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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

More from the Golden Age of Radio - posted by Don

Big thanks for another huge update of scripts and transcripts from the golden age of radio go to the Mysterious M. There is an episode of Candy Matson: PI and an episode of Suspense Kaleidoscope – Ray Bradbury’s tale of a spaceship’s last voyage.

All in all, there are thirteen new OTR scripts and transcripts over on the Old Time Radio from the Golden Age of Radio page. – Don

Thursday, January 29, 2009

OTR Radio scripts and transcripts - posted by Don

Big thanks for this huge update of scripts and transcripts from the golden age of radio go to the Mysterious M. There is an episode from Arch Obler’s Horror radio show Lights Out and an episode of Mercury Theater The Man Who Was Thursday adapted by Orsen Wells based on G. K. Chesterton’s classic novel of the same name.

All in all, there are fourteen OTR scripts and transcripts over on the Old Time Radio from the Golden Age of Radio page. – Don

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Daddy is Home - posted by Don

image from Old Photo Album http://oldphotoalbum.blogspot.comDaddy is Home by PC
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A man wakes up in a stranger’s bedroom after a wild night only to find out the stranger is his wife.

Short, Horror, Thriller
Rated R for Language

Read the script (12 pages pdf format). Listen to the script:

{note: This audio recording is released under a Creative Commons, attribution, noncommercial, no derivatives 3.0 license. You can share the audio recording in its entirety, but you can’t change it or sell it. }

Happy Family image courtesy of Old Photo Album

Saturday, September 29, 2007

Better Days Episode 02 “Pop Up & Go” by Steven Cameron - posted by Don

Better Days Pub & Eatery 166 N. Main St. Wellsville, NY 14895Better Days Episode 02 “Pop Up & Go” by Steven Cameron
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Now that we know the characters a little better, Jason has bad luck with his computer, finds out a family secret, has a stroke of great luck and he may even get a job. Our cast grows to include Kenny’s father and others.

Short Series – Comedy
Rated R (for language)

Read the script (27 pages – pdf format). Discuss the script. Listen to the script:

{note: This audio recording is released under a Creative Commons, attribution, noncommercial, no derivatives 3.0 license. You can share the audio recording in its entirety, but you can’t change it or sell it. }

Friday, August 17, 2007

Silent Universe episode 7, A Man Called Rejoice and a Ton of OTR scripts and transcripts - posted by Don

It is a flood of radio scripts! Silent Universe has release the pre-production draft of Episode 7: Hello World. Now is the time to get your input into the story before it goes to production. The teaser is Some thought that the dawn of the Second Space Age would unite humanity in a common cause. Dreams of grand utopias, fevered the minds of visionaries and futurists, who proclaimed that the stars would save us from ourselves… They couldn’t have been more wrong.. The production values on Silent Universe are fantastic. The scripts are not read, they are performed by voice actors that do this for a living. I highly recommend you sci-fi fans check it out.

On another note, more back to earth, James Whyle has release the script to his radio play A Man called Rejoice which has been broadcast numerous times by the BBC Radio 3. I haven’t found an audio copy of the play online, but you can buy it for a buck at The Home of MiDor. Personally, I’d love to see the audio play released under a Creative Commons license. James’ work has been published as Rejoice Burning by Aurora Metro Press in New South African Plays.

Thanks so much to Marie for the heads up on these, too many to list here, scripts and transcripts from the Golden Age of Radio. There is the ‘manly espionage thriller’ David Harding, Counterspy, a handful of Sci Fi dramas like The Planet Man and Tales of Tomorrow as well as more recognizable series like Little Orphan Annie, Mark Trail and Escape. It is folks like Generic Radio Workshop and Early Radio that makes this stuff available to you, the reader.

So, skip on over to the Radio Scripts and transcripts page and do some reading. – Don

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Silent Universe Episode Six released - posted by Don

Episode Six of Silent Universe, a draft of the script can be read on the Radio Scripts page, is now available in 64kbps stereo – go now and listen The Wheel Never Stops – Episode 6 of the Silent
Universe

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Ali script, Silent Universe radio script, Dead Silence script - posted by Don

Thanks to JBM for the heads up on these. On the Movie Scripts we have two new scripts. Thanks to Horror Lair read the 2nd draft script of Whannell and Wan’s Dead Silence. Over at Daily Script read an unspecified draft of Ali.

Silent Universe has the script up to the sixth episode of Silent Universe: The Wheel Never Stops. That would be on the Radio Scripts page.

Ever thought of giving up your job and trying to become a writer in twelve months? In February of this year, IQCrash washed his hands of a career in advertising and gave himself 12 months to make it as a professional screenwriter. Follow his adventure on his ‘blog 12 Months

Update Pirates of the Carribbean 3Joblo.com has a link to the script and a couple of clips to the upcoming POTC3. – Don

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Ten from the Golden Age of Radio - posted by Don

Thanks to Marie for the heads up on these ten transcripts of radio shows from the golden age of radio. Vic and Sade.net has a pretty complete collection of transcripts from Vic and Sade. Generic Radio has a script from the Popeye radio show. And, thanks to Early Radio we have two more Quietly Yours scripts and Columbia Workshop scripts. Find these on the Radio Scripts page. – Don

Tuesday, January 2, 2007

Silent Universe – episode 5 is now live! - posted by Don

The further adventures of Emmeline is now live with episode 5 of Silent Universe

Kostya Abramov’s plans unfold, sweeping the unwitting members of Serendipity into a conspiracy larger than any of them can yet imagine. Listen to it Now! and read the script.

Visit the Old Time (and Modern) Radio Scripts page to read more radio scripts from the Golden Age of Radio. – Don

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