Radio Without Boundaries
KFAI is a volunteer-based community radio station that exists to broadcast information, arts and entertainment programming for an audience of diverse racial, social and economic backgrounds.
Aug 16, 2020 9:30 PM – 10:30 PM
With Jerry Stearns
Where "radio play" is the important part of the phrase. Hosted by Jerry Stearns.
A showcase of audio theater, featuring the best of contemporary audio theater, snippets from Old Time Radio drama, spoken word comedy, and talk about and with some of the skillful practitioners of the Theater of the Mind, we'll bring the best there is from around the world to your ears.
You can find more about the program and a weekly schedule of what's on the show at the Sound Affects website.
Special Segments: How Time Flys
A hi-fi sci-fi comedy from David Ossman. Mark Time has was sent of to explore Planet X decades ago. Now he's returned and coming out of suspended animation. So the base is informing him of what has happened since he's been gone, with a little number called "The Years In Your Ears". But there's intrigue afoot, as well. (Available from Laugh.com.)
And we'll follow it up with the opening of the sequel to How Time Flys, called "U.S. Mean Time". This is just chapter one, recorded live here at Minicon 32, a regional science fiction convention, as part of a larger program called "Coming Soon To A Galaxy Near You", about the life and times of George L. Tirebiter. It's the only recording there is, so this is the only place you can hear it.