Radio dramas are almost as old as the radio medium, dating over 100 years old. Students in the audio production courses at the University of Central Missouri learn all aspects of radio drama, including script writing, foley art, and sound mixing. In “Central Storytellers”, we share some of their work.
“Central Storytellers” airs Sundays at 6 p.m. (new episodes followed by the previous week’s episode). Archived episodes are available here.
Radio dramas are almost as old as the radio medium, dating over 100 years old. Students in the audio production courses at the University of Central Missouri learn all aspects of radio drama, including script writing, foley art, and sound mixing. In “Central Storytellers”, we share some of their work. In week one, we feature Mason Harding, Roman Pfister, Greg Burns and Delaney Echelmeyer.
A disgruntled restaurant employee, a potentially life-changing audition, actors and actresses who are too good for any role, and pumping up a buddy for his big date. In this second episode of Central Storytellers, Will Knight, Charlene Hills, Brinkley Beever and Noah Lampson share their creativity, writing and radio drama skills.
A classic fable, science fiction, young love, and a Thanksgiving mishap. All are featured in this week’s episode of “Central Storytellers”. In this episode, we enjoy the works of Jacob Marqua and Sam Federoff … as well as alums Alex Wilson and Matthew Reis.
This week … you’ll be hearing from three current students and one recent graduate as they share their stories. We have a complicated relationship … some thrillers and intrigue …. Aaannnnddd a little comedy to end it off for you today. Featured this week are Joanna Fowlston, Taylor Horn, Jackson Ward and Devin Jones.
In the winter of 2022, students and faculty in the UCM Digital Media Production program collaborated to produce the radio drama of “A Christmas Carol”. Students also served as Foley artists, and the Warrensburg High School Concert Chorale was enlisted to provide carols. Hope you enjoy this special presentation of “A Christmas Carol”.
A frustrated doctor, a couple brothers with criminal minds, a modern take on a classic, and some “great” dad jokes! Madison Preston, Zac Crane, Seth Harvey, and Greg Holz share this week on “Central Storytellers”.
In this episode of “Central Storytellers”, Dominque Hampton shares the tale of a father telling his child the story of how he met the child’s mother. Josh Wagner feels the frustration of having a paper destroyed, Abram Tabor presents a Mark Twain classic, and Lauryn Morrow delivers Joseph Arnone’s roommate drama.
Chance Chamberlain put a new spin on a Dr. Seuss classic, Laura Jacobs shares a Joseph Arnone tale, Thomas Delzeit produces a drama with gritty humor, and Noah Moore finds himself in a bit of a pickle. All are featured this week on “Central Storytellers”.
Broken hearts and important lessons are featured in this, the ninth episode of “Central Storytellers”. Jadelyn O’Dell, Zara Rethman, Nick Hron and Quentin Weed all share their talents with us this week.