An original science fiction audio drama from Darker Projects. Generation 1 takes place after a group of catyclismic events happen to earth. The ONLY Solution is to place the best and the brightest Children into stasis and pray that the earth heals itself. It is now 2563 and the earth HAS healed.. but WHAT is left of the old world?
Broadcast live every Tuesday night at 7:30 pm via the airways at WNJC 1360 AM Radio, a mode of communication that, despite rumors, still exists, even outside of Russia. Besides the few references to the satanic sex cult that I started in my basement while my mom was out shopping and my dad at work, these shows are proper for all ages, though anyone under the age of 2 should be accompanied by a parent.
By Harry Wolf
Mysteries of the Mind is a thirty minute sketch comedy podcast, performed in an old time radio style. Our show is unscripted improv that is recorded "live to tape" and then edited for pacing, music, and sound effects. Each program is unique and follows a different science fiction based theme-- similar to the Twilight Zone.
By Doc, King, Murphey
<img border="0" src="http://www.backwardsofmaine.com/cuz.gif">````Maine humor and illustrations capturing Maine, especially the Northern Maine area surrounding Katahdin.
spurn challenges societal mores through mockery. We bring deviant sexual practices to the mainstream. As an Off-Broadway NYC stage production, we have been favorably compared to the Kids in the Hall, Monty Python and the 1969 World\'s Fair. And we have dead clowns. If you cherish your family, respect your elders, and envision a utopian future of brotherhood and understanding, please don\'t watch spurn. After all, if you\'re happy, you\'re not paying attention.
A must for all TOGs and TYGs, this podcast contains a week's highlights from the Terry Wogan Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2 presented by the TOG-meister himself Sir Terence.````Amongst other things Terry reads listeners' letters, discusses recent events with his studio team, and of course the infamous Janet & John stories crop up from time to time.
By BBC Radio 2