The Sonic Society

Showcasing the very best in new Audio Drama

Welcome To The Sonic Society!

Each week Jack Ward and David Ault are pleased to showcase the very best Modern Audio Theatre (Radio Drama) from around the world. From the days of Old Time Radio in the early 20th century until the modern age of broadcasts, podcasts, and streaming simulcasts, audio plays are movies for the mind!

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Sonic Society #665- Stranger Sound

Posted By on November 29, 2020

This week on the Sonic Society Jack and David focus on the two first episodes of “The Stranger Among Us” written by MP Johnson and edited by Daniel P Ramirez which is a Medium Pajama Production based on a story from Orson Welles.

The Gilded Age of Radio- My Friend Irving

Posted By on November 29, 2020

Professor Peter P. Pickpepper and his manservant David Lea Roth have opened up a portal from a parallel dimension where the genders are flipped from what they are here! In this first listening to The Gilded Age of Radio, they tune into “My Friend Irving”, the Thanksgiving episode!

Sonic Speaks 0504: Nightfall #4: Elva Mai Hoover

Posted By on November 22, 2020

In our continued 40th anniversary look back at the classic Silver Age series- Nightfall from the CBC, Jack speaks to celebrated Canadian actress- Elva Mai Hoover!

Sonic Society #664- Witchever Way You Listen

Posted By on November 22, 2020

This week on the Sonic Society Jack and David focus on the two first episodes of Witchever Path which is an anthology series where your decisions effect the story. The stories are based in America’s North East, featuring characters finding themselves in the thick of the unknown while tackling issues like queer identity, gender, race, and spirituality.

Sonic Echo: 409 Western Adventures: Have Gun Will Travel

Posted By on November 15, 2020

Join the Amigos as Jack brings the first radio drama that came from a television series with “Have Gun Will Travel!”

Sonic Society #663- Monsters from Nowhere

Posted By on November 15, 2020

This week on the Sonic Society Jack and David present a trip back to swinging London in the early 1970s and meet Roy Steel, ex – big game hunter, and Lorrimer Chesterfield, a brain in the shape of a man. Together they are The Monster Hunters from Definitely Human Productions. Their mission: to protect the country from vampires, werewolves and a whole pantheon of unmentionable terrors and the pilot of Nowhere, On Air from Jessica Syratt! Semi-late night community radio broadcasts from a strange little town in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta (aka, not just the middle of nowhere, but nowhere itself). Nothing ever happens here. Certainly nothing weird. Why would you even suggest that? If you like mysteries, conspiracies, the absurd, and Canadians, Braedon, Alberta might be the place for you! It’s Audio Drama Time!

Sonic Society #662- Reminiscent Radio

Posted By on November 9, 2020

Welcome to November in the Society and this week David hosts alone as Jack busily works on Mid-terms! Our features this week are Reminisce With Me from Rachel Pulliam for 11th Hour Productions, Sixty-six Trip to Lancing by Will Anderson. It’s Audio Drama time!

Transcontinental Terror 2020 #5

Posted By on November 1, 2020

The end of the line as the darkness breaks into eldritch light and the clamor and temultous thundering of the tracks signal the final run of the Transcontinetal Terror. Dare you climb aboard?
This final week the train takes us through the black stops of “Dead Man’s Hate” by Robert E. Howard read by Jack J. Ward, “Quiet Please” from the KCAL OTR Radio Players, “The Sound of Silence” from Breanna Cross, “Nanites” from CNY Table Reads, “The Tainted Noctuary” from Lothar Tuppan and The Ninth Tower Productions and finally parts one and two of “The Thing on the Ground Floor” by John Ballentine and Campfire Radio Theatre. Do you have your tickets? Dare you climb aboard? Where this train ends, you may not disembark…

Sonic Society #661- Absolute Ash Audio

Posted By on November 1, 2020

It’s Halloween week at Mutual, and our tricks and treats for the Society include Absolutely No Adventures episode one from AudioOhm Media and Out of the Ashes #1-4 from Unknown Squared Productions. 5 Bite-sized audio drama to fit in your treat bags!

Transcontinental Terror 2020 #4

Posted By on October 25, 2020

The ground splits open, flames burst from the nether-Earth and The Railroad Hobo finds himself on the tracks watching the oncoming fury of the Transcontinental Terror!
This week the extended circuit includes “Help Me” from John Bell, “White Zombie” from Pete Lutz, “The Red-Headed Girl” from Rachel Pulliam, and “Plague Studies” by Jack J. Ward and John Bell. Hold tight to your belongings and your tickets please, the train is racing to the station!