The only hour of radio that's neither an hour, nor on radio. These are Science fiction and fantasy stories from the intimidating collection of the Story Keeper. SILENCE! Each episode is written by a different author and performed in front of a live audience by members of the Collapsing Horse ensemble. Come in and wonder at the variety, the virtuosity, the vernacular, and the venereal. Welcome to the Collapsing Horse Science Fiction Radio Hour!
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What Lives of desperation we lead! This week's episode is a speculative look at ways we might remember the past in the future. And what's cool is if you play it backwards you can hear a Led Zeppelin b-side.
"The Irrational Number" written by Ross Dungan
Directed by Oonagh Murphy
Performed by Jack Gleeson, Breffni Holohan, Eleanor Methven, Ian Toner and Cameron Macaulay.
Sound Design and Composition by Kevin Gleeson and Cameron Macaulay.
Editing by Kevin Gleeson.
It was performed live at the Sugar Club in Dublin. It is a Collapsing Horse production.
SILENCE! The Story Keeper has in his vaults every story in the Universe worth telling, this one is a late piece by the blind , old, dead, English national poet John Milton. Old John is embarking on an adventure to once again become the most rad, hip creator of "content" for the kids to enjoy.
As old as the Universe and as wise as the Sun's Dad, this week the Story Keeper brings you "Human History" by Kerri Ward - a story so interesting that to even think about listening to it would implode your brains into a fine powder. Let's listen!
This diamond from the Story Keeper's story dungeon was written by Una Mullally and Sarah Francis. "Yokespiracy" is a timeless tale of government conspiracies, mind altering substances and saving the world; one enormous dopamine dump at a time.
Written by Sonya Kelly and performed at Feile na Bealtaine in Dingle; this week The Story Keeper brings us a comic love story that spans this world and the next. Hold firm to yourselves for The Ballad of Margaret and George in the Para-Universal Love Quadrangle!
"BUG" by Meadhbh Haiceid. Assumpta goes on the radio to discuss her memories of the charming chaos of the early 21st century, a time in which there was boarders, over population, poverty, and suffering; before "They came down".
"Everything is Always Harder Than It Seemed" by Dylan Coburn-Gray. Dr. Gwendolyn Gill, in her search to bring credibility to the study of magic fish, discovers that the hardest part of solving any problem is knowing what the problem is. The Storykeeper and the Collapsing Horse Ensemble bring you an episode of joyous verbosity and truly remarkable restraint on fish puns.