Come with us now to those thrilling radio days of yesteryear…
The Incomparable Radio Theater is a series of original radio shows that pays homage to classic mid-20th century radio while also giving a nod to modern pop culture. It’s produced by the people who bring you The Incomparable Podcast.
Galaxy Scouts: Lost in the Stars
A raging space battle. A pilot in freefall. A rescuer in the nick of time…or not? Welcome to the first Galaxy Scouts Prelude, a series of short episodes setting the scene for the upcoming miniseries, Galaxy Scouts’ Greene. You may think you know the Scouts, but this is a whole new Galaxy…...
Knight Must Fall
After snowstorms and blackouts, the conclusion to the Revengers’ adventure at last! John Squire and Anna Steele find themselves playing a deadlier game than the role playing adventure they were invited to attend. Another member of the ministry has gone missing, as has his game token. Did Butler do it? Why does that bartender look so familiar? What project is Mrs. M hiding? And who—or what—is staying in the guest house? Who? Who? Featuring a preview of the upcoming Galaxy Scouts miniseries—yes, you heard me, it’s a whole miniseries....
...and to All a Good Knight
It’s a Christmas miracle, the Radio Theater is back on the air! Tonight’s episode features the Revengers, two British spies facing the impossible—and often the improbable. Because nothing says “Happy Holidays” like cold blooded murder and intrigue… Someone is killing off Ministry analysts in the middle of team building exercises which hardly seems sporting, all things considered. John Squire and Anna Steele get pulled into a most dangerous competition indeed. Who is Rabbit? What does the rook mean? What unspeakable things have occurred in the Archives? Why does the bartender seem so familiar? And will Squire and Steele prevail or...
Away We Go
When murder strikes in the heart of Manhattan, two cops walk the dark side of the theatre district to solve the case. Broadway is their beat, and it’s five minutes to curtains. Also, the foley artist tries announcing, there’s some exciting news about the show, and David is apparently still delirious in the Canadian Rockies. (But the news about the show is for real. Honest.)...
I'll Write Now
Sunday night at seven? That means it’s time for The Monty Ashley Show! What are Monty and his friends doing for New Year’s Eve? And isn’t it a bit late for that? Feuding aunts, wacky neighbors, an announcer entirely too entranced by gelatin, and a lot of mistaken identities later, will we ever find out how the cream gets in the cow? Don’t count on it. And is that really the band you hired? Good thing they work cheap. Steve is not in this one, but Chris is hair. Also, where the hell is David, and how is your mattress...
A Mysterious Place Filled With Wonders
This week in technothrills, a science team at the South Pole experimenting with new food sources finds something has gone horribly wrong. Naturally, the call goes out for Pip Morgan and the Full Fathom Five, the undersea adventurers and international rescue team. Can they solve the mystery of what happened to the missing scientists before they turn up missing themselves? Join Pip, Jake, the Cochran Twins, and Professor Alatriste on their most dangerous adventure yet!...
Incomparable Radio theatre is a fiction anthology with a variety of rotating series and sketches
Timmy Preston, Galaxy Scout
Jenny Lane, Girl Detective
Doll Tearsheet Detective
The Two-Fisted Tales of Tesla
Wonderful short stories that captivate your attention & entertain .
Incomparable is a modern noiresque audio drama. Inspired by the golden age of radio and reminiscent of 1960’s > 1970’s retro TV shows like :
The Thunderbirds , Roger Ramjet + The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show.
A high calibre production with talented performers that transport you directly into the retro culture of the tale.
If you enjoyed other theatrical noiresque fictional anthologies such as :
Decoder Ring Theatre
The Red Panda
Crimes against Christmas
Aural Stage Studios
Fireside Mystery Theatre
Story Fables Ghostly Tales
LampLight Radio Play
you will like this
Final Rating 7.7/ 10
Have listened to all the content from 2013 > 2020. Keen to hear more in 2021
Excellent radio theatre
I have listened to every episode of Incomparable Radio Theatre and it is of an incredibly high quality every episode. David J. Loehr’s writing is fantastic and the myriad of cast members (especially Nikola Tesla) are amazing. I highly recommend this podcast.