32 episodes

We produce radio drama, mockumentary, and even journalism all while exploring ways to create it with each episode. This is a sporadic pod of art and wayward radio pieces left on pitching room floors.

Smash/Cut Alexander Charles Adams

    • Documentary

We produce radio drama, mockumentary, and even journalism all while exploring ways to create it with each episode. This is a sporadic pod of art and wayward radio pieces left on pitching room floors.

    Quick Rising

    Quick Rising

    a memory from the Great Flood of 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana from Rachel Shiff-Arnold

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    Audio Production/Sound Design: Alexander Charles Adams

    Consulting Editors: Margaret Laurena Kemp & Laine Farber

    Special Thanks: Eleanor McDowall

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    • 13 min
    into the main~frame!

    into the main~frame!

    i made this in 11th grade and i totally stand by it... well sit by it... on the floor. --Xander

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    "Produced" by Alexander Charles Adams

    Consulting Editors: Margaret Laurena Kemp & Laine Farber

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    • 5 min
    A Cave Carol

    A Cave Carol

    A Cave Carol comes from a two-minute audio clip Lainey sent Xander after a date with her ex about two years ago. With words and distance, it's become much more. Written with words scratched out and re-written to make sure it's *exactly* what it means.

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    Writer: Laine Farber

    Audio Producer/Sound Designer: Alexander Charles Adams

    Consulting Editor: Margaret Laurena Kemp

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    • 9 min
    It's a Commitment

    It's a Commitment

    "It's a Commitment: A Dance Dialogue" is an audio story composed of dialogue between Drs. Brenda Dixon Gottschild and Halifu Osumare recorded in 2015 at University of California, Davis by theater professor Margaret Laurena Kemp.

    It is a rare dialogue between two black dance scholars talking about their individual roads to dance, which illuminate the East and West coasts in the 60s and 70s for young, black, women dancers. 

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    Audio Production/Sound Design: Alexander Charles Adams

    Executive Producer/Consulting Editor: Margaret Laurena Kemp

    Consulting Editor: Laine Farber

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    • 23 min
    Coming... Time Capsule

    Coming... Time Capsule

    today we announce a special return

    a little radio series on pieces from our junk drawers and dusty boxes

    first new ep released on Apr 17, 2018

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    • 5 min
    La Fumée Fatale

    La Fumée Fatale

    A young woman who has never had a cigarette fights the self-destructive urge to pick up the first cigarette. Along the way, she finds out what she's really craving.

    Produced by Monique LaBorde (Transom 2018)

    Prompt Third Coast Short Audio Doc 2016 Challenge

    Father: Robert LaBorde 

    Smoker in Circle: "J.J.", Harry Waznack

    Friend: Yagmur Menzilcioglu

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    Smash/Cut is produced by Alexander Charles Adams with editor Laine Farber

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    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

Hipstrrqween ,

Really brilliant stuff

I can’t get over this show and the ways in which it bends my perception of what an audio piece should sound like. Wow

Abbie Shull ,

Inventive, endlessly entertaining

I’ve loved this group for awhile, every episode brings something wonderful and new to the table.

DebbieBaudoin ,

Incredible Storytelling

Amazed by the quality of the writing and production. Thought-provoking stories, excellent acting, and a really great premise. This is as good as any podcast I've listened to, including those on NPR. Well done and best wishes for great success.

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