Audio Dramas To Inspire Your Own

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Creation Date October 18th, 2019
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Dream of creating an audio drama of your own? The pure sound realm is very different that of film or visual realm. Here are a list of episodes from my favorite audio dramas out there to inspire your own writing and help you create even better for the theater of the mind. GENERIC SPOILER WARNING
  1. Sound Design

  2. Chapter 22 - "Our Doubts are Traitors" Part 1 Against all Enemies, foreign and domestic... Come back May 30th for the next part of We're Alive.
  3. The cornerstone of the MarsCorp terraforming mission is teamwork, so it is essential that department heads work closely and effectively with MarsCorp team members. Managers must ensure instructions are clear and understandable, and from this, synergistic interaction between employees to effectively carry out goal-oriented tasks will follow. Nowhere is this more important than in the terraforming department, due to the presence of volatile, advanced biological agents. In the event of unintended release of said agents, please contact the base manager.MarsCorp is a Definitely Human production. Visit our website to see full credits and check out our other shows. Follow us on Twitter for updates, and support us on Patreon for lots of exclusive bonus content.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
  4. Agent Pierce and Marshall’s investigation takes them on a hunt for a man named Logan. MARVEL’S WOLVERINE: THE LONG NIGHT, starring Richard Armitage as Wolverine. Directed by Brendan Baker. Assistant Directed by Chloe Prasinos. Produced by Jenny Radelet and Daniel Fink. Written by Benjamin Percy. Featuring performances by Scott Adsit (Sheriff Ridge), Bob Balaban (Joseph Langrock), Zoe Chao (Mallory), Ato Essandoh (Agent Marshall), Celia Keenan-Bolger (Agent Pierce), Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Bobby), Brian Stokes Mitchell (Prophet), Jaiden Clark (Strawberry Kid), Lusia Strus (Talia Evans), and Fredi Walker-Brown (Landlord). For more on WOLVERINE: THE LONG NIGHT, listen to The Marvel After Show, hosted by Christina Harrington (Women of Marvel) and Jerah Milligan (Black Men Can’t Jump in Hollywood), exclusively on Stitcher Premium.For more information, visit This episode is sponsored by Quicken ( See for privacy information.
  5. A timeless show. A beloved host. A mysterious murder. Who killed Brushee Sunshine? Follow Detective Dankent as he probes the dank and furry underbelly of broadcast children’s television’s tooth game at the Sunshine Smile Hour. Meet Flosso, who worshipped his brother Brushee, but harbors long-buried secrets as well. Question Braceletta, the girl with braces on her legs and her teeth and Brushee’s bride-to-now-never-be. See Elsa, but don’t stare - she doesn’t like it when you stare. Search, but beware, listener - things aren’t as pearly white as they seem…
  1. Narration & Dialogue

  2. To steal a client away from Eric Chapman, Rudyard must obey a very spooky request. Guest starring Caroline Quentin. || Find Wooden Overcoats on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr, or e-mail us on
  3. The Bright Sides | Dr. Bright makes a house call. Written by Gabriel Urbina. Performed by Julia Morizawa and Zach Valenti. Sound designed by Mischa Stanton.
  4. Stuck inside the bunker, Karina's condition worsens while the rest of the team discovers more about the mysterious stone object and the strange transmissions. Credits: Written by K.A. Statz Produced by Travis Vengroff Mixing by Brandon Strader Cast: Dr. Rosa De La Torre - Lani Minella Walter Heath - David Ault Jónas Þórirsson - Eyþór Viðarsson Dr. Karina Schumacher-Weiß - Kessi Riliniki Graham Casner - Peter Lewis The Documentarian - Hem Cleveland   Spanish Translations by Guillermo Tenorio Russian Translations by Natalia Serebryansky and Ekaterina Ptashkina with assistance by Sergey Serebryanskiy Icelandic Translations by Eyþór Viðarsson German Translations by Kessi Riliniki “Unsealed"– Arranged and Performed by Brandon Boone Art by Kessi Riliniki The White Vault is sponsored by Klipsch! This is a Fool and Scholar Production. Please support us on Patreon:    Special Thanks to: Our Patreon supporters!  |  Klipsch  | Emily Amesquita | David Cummings | Jon Grilz | The Deadly Manners Podcast Support this show  See for privacy and opt-out information.
  5. A research crew meet their new Commander, and the base is completely safe from falling meteoroids. Oblivity is a comedy science fiction audiodrama podcast. Find transcripts, media kit and more at  Say hello on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @oblivitypodcast If you like what we do, we'd love a quick rating and review. 101: Incoming Cast Commander Falconer - Cate Nunn First Officer Christy - Hannah Wilmshurst Officer Burney - Max Windich Officer Lowell - Ashley Hunt Orpheus - Guy Grimsley The sinister voice - Phil Cotterill Creative Created by Rob Stringer Sound by Joe Carr Music by Tom Ashton Caution This episode contains sound/imagery of warfare. Listener discretion is advised.  
  1. World Building

  2. Chapter 1: We ride again! We’re Alive has returned with it’s new season/series Goldrush. This 10-part epic will take you places we have never gone before. Set 17 years after the main events of WE’RE ALIVE, GOLDRUSH is a recollection story that describes the efforts of the “soldiers” (Greg Muldoon, Anthony Robbins, Carl Thomas, and Samuel Puck) as they attempt a side mission to retrieve a suspected stash of gold bullion. As an aging General Puck confides this previously undisclosed tale to Alex Robbins, the son of his former teammate and friend, Anthony Robbins. Over the course of ten Chapters, Goldrush will not only relate past tales of heroics, horror, and humor, but also sets the stage for future events and characters. Warning! These episodes contain loud sounds and adult situations, listener discretion is advised.Brought to you by Wayland Productions and PodcastOne.
  3. Welcome, Loyal Our Fair City. The following audio record comprises Season One of the glorious True Histories of the HartLife Corporation in its entirety. We hope you enjoy this remastered and reissued version. To read more about this new edition of Season One, click here. To hear the original recordings of Season One, start here. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Nathan Rourke— Clayton Faits Jack— Mark Soloff Neal Henderson— Sebastian H. Orr Old Lady— Lauren Faits Alison Dalton— Nina O'Keefe Elizabeth Rourke— Tara Schile Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Clay— Tyler Samples Sandy— Abby Doud Peat— Jared Latore MolePerson Overseer— Jeffrey Gardner Vice President Davenport— Ben Aldred Special Agent George Chamberlain— Jim McDoniel Doctor Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman The Professor— Ginneh Jolan The Dean— Jim McDoniel The TA— Mark Soloff Doctor Herbert West— Ryan Schile The Voice of HartLife— Jeffrey Gardner Written by Clayton Faits, with Ansel Burch, Jim McDoniel, Frank Sjodin. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon. Episode art by Robin Simmons.  Produced by David Rheinstrom.  Production Management by Betsey Palmer. Created by Clayton Faits.
  4. Unsure of who or what to trust after the events at Christmas, Eiffel and Minkowski make contact with Mr. Cutter, their liaison to Goddard Futuristics and the mission's direct supervisor. But given Hilbert's actions, how wise is it to inform Command about their discovery of the mysterious deep space signal? And how much does Mr. Cutter already know about what is happening on the Hephaestus? Plus, long distance calls, exponential emergencies, showing and telling, extreme prejudice, and Hephaestus Mystery 340.  
  5. Inspector Fleet is sent to protect a celebrated scientist who has returned to England, and Clara Entwhistle travels to London to begin her new life as a journalist.

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