The Sonic Society

Showcasing the very best in new Audio Drama

Department of Nerdly Audio

| May 6, 2016

Meanwhile… back in the Department of Nerdly Affairs, episode fifteen… Jack drops in to talk about his favourite subject with Agents Rob and Agent Don. None other than AUDIO DRAMA. Subscribe and listen!    

Longest Career in Wisconsin Passes

| May 5, 2016

a tiger in the arena of radio drama and radio personalities passed. Wisconsinites remember Karl’s decades long commitment to WPR’s Chapter a Day. Inducted in the Wisconsin Broadcaster’s Hall of Fame in 2013, they consider his long career spanning back to The University of Wisconsin station WHA-AM in 1941 while he was still a student at the school. Read the […]

Episode 470- Cutting Pulp

| May 3, 2016

Pete Lutz from Narada Radio Company and Pulp-Pourri Theatregives us another episode of pulp with “Time Cutter” this week. It’s time for Audio Drama!


| May 2, 2016

Manga and Anime seem to be burning up the extras by throwing on radio dramas on both DVD’s and CD’s. Add Long Riders! to the list. An original audio drama, written by Longriders, and illustrated by Taishi Miyaki, is being released in the special edition of the 7th volume. Check out more details about the drama […]

One of Five in Vancouver

| May 2, 2016

Visiting Vancouver for a couple of days? Just two left to catch the #2 on this Vancouver Courier article: 2. Billed as a “live graphic novel,” The Intergalactic Nemesis: Target Earth combines sci-fi, comic books and old radio drama. Three actors provide the voices, a Foley artist creates the sound effects and a pianist plays […]

BBC Must Not Become BCE

| May 2, 2016

Some folks are quite concerned with the latest budget considerations for the famous British Broadcasting Corporation. Public radio has a long history of audio drama in England, and if the mother country wants to avoid the terrible state that conservatism has placed the CBC in Canada, they might do well to listen to the words […]

Asked Again… Maybe… Just Maybe?

| May 1, 2016

Like a nervous groundhog peering into the early morning light from the darkness, Hindustan Times ask the perennial question: “Could podcasting possibly be the next big thing?” When they ask that question, the early adopters of the new age of modern audio drama just sort of wave like they have been waving for the last ten years. […]