Primordial Deep - 'Tiamat'

What creatures live down in the deep? What horrors will tread through your nightmares of water and darkness? Discover the bottom of the ocean in Primordial Deep, right here on Radio Drama Revival

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

Zero Hours - Sarah Shachat & Zach Valenti

It’s interesting how we always return to the apocalypse, both as a concept of our inevitable future, and as an event that has already occurred. We’re obsessed with death, and endings. Let’s find out what’s involved in the apocalypses of Zero Hours.

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

Zero Hours - 'These Familiar Spirits'

It’s the end of the world as we know it — or maybe not. You can only find out by counting down with Zero Hours.

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

Meteor City - Madelyn Dorta

Sometimes, when you visit a place, it is electrifying. It’s a place that digs deep into your soul, into your bones, until it shows up in your art. Join us as we talk with Madelyn Dorta about Meteor City, and its inspiration in the city of Detroit, right here on Radio Drama Revival.

Content Warning: Discussions of the effects of gentrification on communities of color, racism in entertainment, and the reality of Detroit after the 2008 economic crisis.

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

If you are looking for ways to support or donate to Native communities, the Quileute are fundraising to move their at-risk community to higher ground, and out of the tsunami zone, so that their culture and heritage can thrive for generations to come. Their first objective is to move the Quileute Tribal School, which is currently located right next to the beach, endangering the lives of children and the future of the Quileute tribe. You can learn more and donate at https://mthg.org.

Meteor City - 'Patty Melt'

Recovery from disaster is long, arduous, and complex, especially when corporations move in to take over your home, transforming it into something you don’t recognize. Join Bianca as she returns to Meteor City, right here on Radio Drama Revival.

Content Warnings: A community post-natural disaster.

Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Wrightwood Studios on their website.

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

If you are looking for ways to support or donate to Native communities, the Quileute are fundraising to move their at-risk community to higher ground, and out of the tsunami zone, so that their culture and heritage can thrive for generations to come. Their first objective is to move the Quileute Tribal School, which is currently located right next to the beach, endangering the lives of children and the future of the Quileute tribe. You can learn more and donate at https://mthg.org.

Dos: After You - David Orión Pena

The gray reality of Deck is a vehicle for discussing love, loss, and identity for writer David Orión Pena, creator of Dos: After You. Join us for our interview right here on Radio Drama Revival.

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

If you are looking for ways to support or donate to Native communities, the Quileute are fundraising to move their at-risk community to higher ground, and out of the tsunami zone, so that their culture and heritage can thrive for generations to come. Their first objective is to move the Quileute Tribal School, which is currently located right next to the beach, endangering the lives of children and the future of the Quileute tribe. You can learn more and donate at https://mthg.org/.

Dos: After You - Episodes 1 through 5

If you fell in love with a god, would you follow them down to the ends of the earth? The home is hungry, and the flesh is weak, with Dos: After You right here on Radio Drama Revival.

Like what you hear? Us too. You can support David Orión Pena and Dos: After You on Ko-fi at https://ko-fi.com/dosafteryou.

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

If you are looking for ways to support or donate to Native communities, the Quileute are fundraising to move their at-risk community to higher ground, and out of the tsunami zone, so that their culture and heritage can thrive for generations to come. Their first objective is to move the Quileute Tribal School, which is currently located right next to the beach, endangering the lives of children and the future of the Quileute tribe. You can learn more and donate at https://mthg.org/.

Of Fae & Fiends - Fred Greenhalgh

How do you tell entertaining stories for kids about difficult topics? How do you do that by being kind to your audience and to yourself? We're talking about monsters and men, the wicked and the weasels, fables, fae, and fiends. And friends! It's a wide-ranging and wonderful conversation with the incomparable Fred Greenhalgh.

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

If you are looking for ways to support or donate to Native communities, the Quileute are fundraising to move their at-risk community to higher ground, and out of the tsunami zone, so that their culture and heritage can thrive for generations to come. Their first objective is to move the Quileute Tribal School, which is currently located right next to the beach, endangering the lives of children and the future of the Quileute tribe. You can learn more and donate at https://mthg.org/.

Of Fae & Fiends - 'Tapes in the Attic'

Monsters may not always have fangs and sometimes they eat children, but in the land of Faerie the courageous can fight back. Join Lizzie on her adventure down the rabbit hole with Of Fae & Fiends.

Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Of Fae & Fiends and Final Rune Productions on their website.

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This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded territory of the Kalapuya people, the Clatskanie Indian Tribe, the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, and the Atfalati tribe. Colonizers named this place Beaverton, Oregon.

If you are looking for ways to support or donate to Native communities, the Quileute are fundraising to move their at-risk community to higher ground, and out of the tsunami zone, so that their culture and heritage can thrive for generations to come. Their first objective is to move the Quileute Tribal School, which is currently located right next to the beach, endangering the lives of children and the future of the Quileute tribe. You can learn more and donate at https://mthg.org/.

OBSIDIAN - Safiyah Cheatam & Adetola Abdulkadir

Why are we afraid of the novel, the new--and how do we handle that fear? What can we learn about Afrofuturism through a non-Western lens? Who are we as parents, and what does being a parent mean? Host Elena Fernandez Collins discusses these questions and more with Safiyah Cheatam & Adetola Abdulkadir of OBSIDIAN.

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This episode was recorded in the unceded territory of the Akimel O’odham people. Colonizers named this place Mesa, Arizona.

If you are looking for ways to support or donate to Native communities, the Quileute are fundraising to move their at-risk community to higher ground, and out of the tsunami zone, so that their culture and heritage can thrive for generations to come. Their first objective is to move the Quileute Tribal School, which is currently located right next to the beach, endangering the lives of children and the future of the Quileute tribe. You can learn more and donate at https://mthg.org/.

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