Wisconsin-based Radio Theater
Better Living Through Show Tunes
Featuring the best of Broadway's musicals, old and new, with hosts Tara Ayres and Bruce Wheeler.
- Sunday, 2-3 pm, WORT 89.9 FM
A live reading of Gregg Williard's meta-fictional/thriller/mystery novels in serialized form. Presently he's in the final chapters of I Wake to Sleep, the newest in a cycle of four interconnected novels (Wonderwheel, The Morphology Club, The Busy Bees).
- 3rd and 4th Friday, 11-12 pm, WORT 89.9 FM
Harris Radio Showgram
Live radio variety show.
- Sunday, 8-11 pm, WEKZ 93.7 FM
New radio theater productions, generally mysteries.
- Sunday, 11-12 pm, WIBA 1310 AM
An Internet radio show tailor made for the performing arts in Madison, Wisconsin, which focuses on guests with a variety of different backgrounds. Early guests have included Jennifer Uphoff Gray, Heather Renken, and Audrey Lauren Wax.
Mind's Eye Radio
Mind's Eye Radio is a compelling radio program that mixes poetry, commentary, drama, interviews, vox pop, and feature stories which explore contemporary social issues.
Each one-hour program addresses a theme such as Creativity, Dreams, Common Sense, or Death, blending a diversity of voices, ideas, opinions, and stories into a single program. Call 276-9425 for more information.
- First Friday of each month, 11pm, WORT Madison's Community Radio Station 89.9 FM
Old Time Radio Drama
Rebroadcasts of classic radio shows. Mysteries, dramas, comedies, etc.
- Saturday and Sunday, 8-11 pm, WHA 970 AM
Madison group performing live Old Time Radio Drama for a theater audience!
Madison-produced variety quiz show.
Elsewhere-based Radio Theater
The Metropolitan Opera
- Saturday, 12:30-4 pm, WERN 88.7 FM
A Prairie Home Companion
Variety show including radio theater segments
Riders' Radio Theater
Variety show with a cowboy theme!
- Sunday, 8-8:30 pm, WHA 970 AM
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