Posted By Jack on March 11, 2014
Escaping from the pirate Lizardmen on the Windshearer, Jack and David continue to follow the signal of David’s sonic screwdriver to get back to the central control room of the TORTIS (Now don’t you wish you kept up with the show more often?) This time with the aid of A Beginner’s Guide to Interplantetary Destruction‘s Harbinger’s of Calamity Parts 1 and 2 and Great Northern Audio‘s The Last Shuttle!
Posted By Jack on March 4, 2014
Jack and David fight lizard pirates onboard crystal cutting sailing ships. But even their troubles are not as exciting as those on Jack Kincaid and Slipgate Nine Entertainment’s Edict Zero Season 3, Episode 4!
Posted By Jack on February 25, 2014
Seth Bramwell brings us another Room 503 Productions with “King’s Drive” from Allan North and “It’s Shot from Guns” by Great Northern Audio.
Posted By Jack on February 24, 2014
Audio Drama’s grand master, Stevie Farnaby, has a super interview on Narration Fixation, where he gets to talk about his amazing work with Broken Sea Productions and his phenomenal music!
Posted By Jack on February 18, 2014
Jack and David are at flight with “The Huntsman Legion” from Nother Audio and “The Groomsman“.
Posted By Jack on February 16, 2014
BANG!! POW!! ZOOM! The Red Panda and Flying Squirrel are making their mark in the Toronto Star this Sunday edition! Don’t walk, RUN to your local store and grab yourself this collector’s copy of the Panda Brigade’s mighty rise. Years from now, this will be a souvenir on virtual Ebay 3.0 for multiple kubits! Congratulations Gregg Taylor and all the gang!
Posted By Jack on February 11, 2014
Jack and David have left one desert for an ocean of glass and a new conveyance as they follow the sounds of Tallington’s episode “The Disappearance of Gerald Fry” and The Midnight Audio Theater’s Script Writing Contest entry “The Hostage”.
Posted By Jack on February 4, 2014
David and Jack leave Miri behind and face another new challenge, an endless sea of glass. But (they) We Are Not Alone. This week it’s Tallington- “The Anomaly” and a live action performance of Cerebus the Aardvark by Dave Simm and adapted by Kara Dalkey.
Posted By Jack on January 28, 2014
Jack and David and their new companion “Miri” find their way along the endless desert of the TORTIS and enjoy the sounds of Desert Gems Audio’s “King Sharyar and his Brother” and “The Tale of the Three Apples”.
Posted By Jack on January 21, 2014
Jack and David’s trek continues this month long with more from Desert Gems Audio and The Porter of Baghdad- Part 1