Radio Drama Revival
Radio Drama Revival
Radio Drama Revival
Radio Drama Revival is dedicated to showcasing the diversity and vitality of modern audio fiction. Now in our 13th year!
Midst - Third Person Productions (Matt, Ben, & Sara)
Listen in to Ely's conversation with the mysterious narrators of Midst--aka Matt, Ben, and Sara. Hear discussions about narration, improvisation, millennial struggles, and more. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Midst on Patreon. You can read the essay from the Moment of Wil on LitHub. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website. This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. If you are looking for ways to support Native communities, you can donate to the Navajo and Hopi Covid-19 Relief Fund linked in our episode description below, or at https://www.navajohopisolidarity.org/. It is organized by Yee Ha’ólníi Doo, a grassroots and indigenous led non-profit organization.
Dec 2
59 min
Midst - 'Unrise' & 'Secrets'
Fall into the strange world of Midst, where the moon is falling, the vibes are shady, and the narrators are unreliable. This week, we're showcasing the sci-fi podcast's first two episodes. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Midst on Patreon. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website. This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. If you are looking for ways to support Native communities, you can donate to the Navajo and Hopi Covid-19 Relief Fund linked in our episode description below, or at https://www.navajohopisolidarity.org/. It is organized by Yee Ha’ólníi Doo, a grassroots and indigenous led non-profit organization.
Nov 25
45 min
Windfall - Adam and Bob Raymonda
In this interview with two of Windfall's creators, siblings Adam and Bob Raymonda, hear details about music, sound, and texture--but also about family, cults of personality, and police states. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Rogue Dialogue on Patreon. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website. This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. Ways to Support the Mi'kmaq Treaty Rights https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u_LF_bCFBbSijzqJgHNh4-MfpYz0hfdv/view Myths about Treaty Rights https://indigenousstudies.utoronto.ca/news/treaty-myths/ The Land Remains Indigenous https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-to-understand-why-the-land-remains-indigenous-look-to-history/ Treaty Rights between Indigenous Nations and the United States, Explained https://www.teenvogue.com/story/treaties-between-the-united-states-and-indigenous-nations-explainedigenous-communities-in-usa).
Nov 18
1 hr 3 min
Windfall - 'Bottom Feeder' & 'Pickpocket'
Things are dire in the city of Windfall. The childish monarch, Wanda, rules over her people with little care for who they are. A team of all-powerful police called the Wolfpack keep people "in line." Listen in to our showcase of Windfall and see how people cope in this high-genre, but all too real, podcast. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Rogue Dialogue on Patreon. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website. This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. Ways to Support the Mi'kmaq Treaty Rights https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u_LF_bCFBbSijzqJgHNh4-MfpYz0hfdv/view Myths about Treaty Rights https://indigenousstudies.utoronto.ca/news/treaty-myths/ The Land Remains Indigenous https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-to-understand-why-the-land-remains-indigenous-look-to-history/ Treaty Rights between Indigenous Nations and the United States, Explained https://www.teenvogue.com/story/treaties-between-the-united-states-and-indigenous-nations-explainedigenous-communities-in-usa).
Nov 11
55 min
NIGHTLIGHT - Tonia Ransom
Join Ely in this conversation with NIGHTLIGHT creator Tonia Ransom, in which the two discuss the rise of Black horror, tension and suspense in fiction, what makes a good twist ending, and more. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support NIGHTLIGHT on the show's site. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Support Elena Fernández Collins on Patreon Support Wil Williams and Anne Baird on Patreon Support Eli McIlveen and Sean Howard on Patreon Find Fred Greenhalgh on his website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Find Rashika Rao on Twitter You shall not find the elusive Heather Cohen This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. Ways to Support the Mi'kmaq Treaty Rights https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u_LF_bCFBbSijzqJgHNh4-MfpYz0hfdv/view Myths about Treaty Rights https://indigenousstudies.utoronto.ca/news/treaty-myths/ The Land Remains Indigenous https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-to-understand-why-the-land-remains-indigenous-look-to-history/ Treaty Rights between Indigenous Nations and the United States, Explained https://www.teenvogue.com/story/treaties-between-the-united-states-and-indigenous-nations-explainedigenous-communities-in-usa).
Nov 4
48 min
NIGHTLIGHT - '307: Last Stop on Route Nine'
This Halloween season, we bring you a spotlight of NIGHTLIGHT, a podcast of Black horror fiction by creator and producer Tonia Ransom. Buckle in--it's going to be a wild, chilling ride. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support NIGHTLIGHT on the show's site. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Support Elena Fernández Collins on Patreon Support Wil Williams and Anne Baird on Patreon Support Eli McIlveen and Sean Howard on Patreon Find Fred Greenhalgh on his website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Find Rashika Rao on Twitter You shall not find the elusive Heather Cohen This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. Ways to Support the Mi'kmaq Treaty Rights https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u_LF_bCFBbSijzqJgHNh4-MfpYz0hfdv/view Myths about Treaty Rights https://indigenousstudies.utoronto.ca/news/treaty-myths/ The Land Remains Indigenous https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-to-understand-why-the-land-remains-indigenous-look-to-history/ Treaty Rights between Indigenous Nations and the United States, Explained https://www.teenvogue.com/story/treaties-between-the-united-states-and-indigenous-nations-explained
Oct 28
49 min
I Am in Eskew - Muna Hussen and Jon Ware
In this conversation with Muna Hussen and Jon Ware of I Am In Eskew, hear discussions of horrific architecture, isolation, greed and love, and creating about all of these topics . . . during a global pandemic. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support the team on their website. Moment of Wil: Jacob Geller's "Cities Without People": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBBuoD9eL5k About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Support Elena Fernández Collins on Patreon Support Wil Williams and Anne Baird on Patreon Support Eli McIlveen and Sean Howard on Patreon Find Fred Greenhalgh on his website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Find Rashika Rao on Twitter You shall not find the elusive Heather Cohen This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. If you are seeking ways in which to donate to Native communities, the Aniwa Gathering of Elders and the Boa Foundation are raising community relief funds for six reservations: Oglala Lakota, Hopi, Lenape-Ramapough, Apache, Diné (Navajo) and Tohono O'odham communities. You can donate to their GoFundMe.
Oct 21
54 min
Interview with the Writers Guild of America
In this special bonus episode, learn how the Writers Guild of America is helping provide resources for audio fiction creators! More about the WGA Audio Alliance: https://wgaeast.org/wgaaudio Get added to the database RSVP to the October 26th, 2020 panel About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Support Elena Fernández Collins on Patreon Support Wil Williams and Anne Baird on Patreon Support Eli McIlveen and Sean Howard on Patreon Find Fred Greenhalgh on his website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Find Rashika Rao on Twitter You shall not find the elusive Heather Cohen This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. If you are seeking ways in which to donate to Native communities, the Aniwa Gathering of Elders and the Boa Foundation are raising community relief funds for six reservations: Oglala Lakota, Hopi, Lenape-Ramapough, Apache, Diné (Navajo) and Tohono O'odham communities. You can donate to their GoFundMe.
Oct 18
1 hr 50 min
I Am in Eskew - 'Correspondence'
Let's kick off Spooky Month with I Am In Eskew, a completed story filled with body horror and other creeping terrors. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support the podcast on their website. Moment of Wil recommendations: Junji Ito's Gyo (for the story "The Enigma of Amigara Fault): https://www.booksamillion.com/p/Gyo-Deluxe/Junji-Ito/9781421579153 Junji Ito's Uzumaki: https://www.booksamillion.com/p/Uzumaki/Junji-Ito/9781421561325?id=8023639821104 About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Support Elena Fernández Collins on Patreon Support Wil Williams and Anne Baird on Patreon Support Eli McIlveen and Sean Howard on Patreon Find Fred Greenhalgh on his website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Find Rashika Rao on Twitter You shall not find the elusive Heather Cohen This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. If you are seeking ways in which to donate to Native communities, the Aniwa Gathering of Elders and the Boa Foundation are raising community relief funds for six reservations: Oglala Lakota, Hopi, Lenape-Ramapough, Apache, Diné (Navajo) and Tohono O'odham communities. You can donate to their GoFundMe.
Oct 14
48 min
Moonface - James Kim
In this interview with Moonface's James Kim, we tackle questions of emotional processing, collaboration, and the differences between public radio and indie podcasting. Like what you hear? Us too. You can find more about James Kim on his website. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Support Elena Fernández Collins on Patreon Support Wil Williams and Anne Baird on Patreon Support Eli McIlveen and Sean Howard on Patreon Find Fred Greenhalgh on his website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Find Rashika Rao on Twitter You shall not find the elusive Heather Cohen This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon. If you are seeking ways in which to donate to Native communities, the Aniwa Gathering of Elders and the Boa Foundation are raising community relief funds for six reservations: Oglala Lakota, Hopi, Lenape-Ramapough, Apache, Diné (Navajo) and Tohono O'odham communities. You can donate to their GoFundMe.
Sep 30
50 min
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