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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25 By Moonlight

Posted By on April 7, 2014

David Farquhar’s fantastic channel Moonlight Audio Theatre has listed their top 25 free shows that are most downloaded by their fans. Among our favourites, there’s even a couple of EVP shows too!moonlightaudio

Inner Ear Perfection

Posted By on April 6, 2014

Gregg Taylor and his amazing Red Panda-mania hits Canada’s Space- The Imagination Station’s Innerspace. Excellent little interview of our Red writer! Congratulations!

Episode 374- Temple at the World’s End

Posted By on April 1, 2014

Jack and David fight their way through the ancient city of the dead while drawn forward by part 1 of Simon Neilson’s epic tale Children of the World’s End!childrenofthewe

Episode 373- By Order of the Bleeding Pulp

Posted By on March 25, 2014

Pulp-Pourri Theatre and Pete Lutz return with a double order of “By Order of Buck Brady” and “What Bleeds is What Leads” while Jack and David try not to do any bleeding of their own in the Lost City of Death.pulpourri

Can Audio Be Profitable?

Posted By on March 20, 2014

The talented and ever busy Audio Drama enthusiast, Frederick Greenhalgh- creator of Radio Drama Revival, the stellar showcase of modern audio theatre and Final Rune Productions his own high quality production company of “The Cleansed” and other works asks an important question. What is it going to take to have Radio Drama come out of the shadow of the popularity of Audio Books. His thoughtful opinions can be found under the title: Audio Drama Needs a 21st Century Business Model. What do you think? Any ideas for this age old conundrum?


Episode 372- The Scent of Pulp

Posted By on March 18, 2014

David and Jack explore a strange dead city as well as “The Scent of my Death” by Audio Clinic’s Barry Frame and Pulp-Pourri Theatre’s “The Trip Up Yonder” from Pete Lutz.scentofmydeath

Episode 371- A Shuttle to Calamity

Posted By 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!Harbingers

Episode 370- An Edict for Sound

Posted By 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!Edictzero

Episode 369- The King’s Audio

Posted By on February 25, 2014

Spontoon_CD-400Seth Bramwell brings us another Room 503 Productions with “King’s Drive” from Allan North and “It’s Shot from Guns” by Great Northern Audio.

The Incredible Stevie Farnaby Interview

Posted By on February 24, 2014

Audio Drama’s grand master, Stevie Farnaby, has a super interview on Narration Fixationwhere he gets to talk about his amazing work with Broken Sea Productions  and his phenomenal music!