Radio Drama: The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Picture of Dorian Gray remains a great example of Gothic fiction. The only novel ever written by Oscar Wilde, this book published for the first time in July 1890.

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Harlan Ellison, I Have No Mouth

A post-apocolyptic tale with a bizarre and twisted plot, “I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream” will keep you tensely riveted to the edge of your chair. And as an interesting side-note, Harlan Ellison voice acts in this radio drama. Can you guess which character?

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Radio Drama: The Lord of the Rings

One of my favorite fantasies, The Lord of the Rings, was dramatized for radio in 1979. The Mind’s Eye has produced over twenty quality adaptations of story greats such as Alice in Wonderland and Homer’s The Odyssey. And like these other tales, J.R.R. Tolkien’s work is sure to please your attentive ear.

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Radio Drama: The House on the Strand

Like much of Daphne du Maurier’s work, a supernatural element weaves through each story. You may have heard of Rebecca or The Birds. But have you read The House on the Strand? Allow Ian Richardson’s narration to transport you back in time…

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Welcome, Fiends…

HBO produced a terribly enjoyable horror anthology Tales from the Crypt. You’ll be treated to entertaining performances by Patricia Arquette, Dan Aykroyd, Demi Moore, Jeffrey Tambor, and other recognized actors and actresses who, you might say, bring the show to life.

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Suspense a’ la YouTube

I hit a radio drama jackpot when I discovered Suspense on YouTube. Blue Hours Productions is doing a marvelous job of reviving one the greatest American radio dramas of all time–maybe the best American radio drama of all time. Beside a YouTube series, a new show is broadcast every other week from over 200 radio […]

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