Dramatic Listening makes radio plays intended for native speakers accessible to the Upper-Intermediate and Advanced learner of English. 無論是出國生活，還是日常和外國人接觸，你需要好的聽力和說話能力。得到高TOEIC 的成績是不夠的！Dramatic Listening,「戲劇化的聆聽」，是能幫助高中級和高級學習者銜接到真實世界英語的 Podcast。用著40-60年代廣播劇，各podcast 集都是見聞廣博和有趣的，分享不同文化的心得與理解，用著英文與中文解釋生字造句。
DL107: Richard Diamond – Hard to say ‘Thanks’
Richard doesn't want to tell his girlfriend about his day at work, and not wanting Walt to feel obligated, he won't accept his thanks. Can you understand the psychology behind his behaviour? (Upper-Intermediate ESL)
DL106: Richard Diamond – Aren’t I a genius
Spence and Diamond chat like friends. Spence is thrilled that Diamond recognizes his genius so he takes pleasure in explaining how his bomb works.
DL105: Richard Diamond – It’s all arranged
Diamond puts Otis in charge of the music. Then he goes back into the room to use some psychology on crazy Spence. Will Otis get it right the first time, or will he louse it up?
DL104: Richard Diamond – Diamond goes shopping
This scene finds Diamond shopping in a music store. What! Is he taking a break, or is this all part of solving Lieutenant Levinson's dilemma? He almost arrests the chatty sales clerk for obstructing justice. (Radio play for Upper-Intermediate to Advanced ESL)
DL103: Richard Diamond – Expert Insight
Who has better understanding of the criminally insane than a psychiatrist? Diamond asks a psychiatrist for insight and comes away with a better understanding.
DL102: Richard Diamond – Reasoning with a Crazy Man
Richard Diamond meets with a crazy hostage-taker face to face. The guy is insane! Will Diamond be taken hostage too? (Radio play for U-I to Adv ESL)