Colonial Radio Theatre On The Air

Every Sunday at 8pm, encore broadcast Thursday at 8pm.

The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air is an award winning radio drama production company based out of Boston, Massachusetts. Officially established in 1995 by Jerry Robbins and Mark Vander Berg, they have produced over 600 audio drama productions, including collaborations with such authors as Ray Bradbury (Something Wicked This Way Comes, The Halloween Tree, Dandelion Wine, The Martian Chronicles), and Star Trek legend Walter Keonig (Buck Alice And The Actor Robot). Other productions include Zorro, The War of the Worlds, the musical  Jimmy And The Star Angel, and two popular series, Ticonderoga, and Powder River –  which has just completed taping its 12th season, and its 162nd episode. Colonial has won two Parents’ Choice Awards, six Ogle Awards, and has twice been nominated for the Audie Award by the American Audio Publishers Association.

Every Sunday at 8pm, a variety of entertaining programs.  And two chances to enjoy them, with encore broadcasts every Thursday at 8pm.  Get ready for something different and exciting every week.  First week of the month – Action and Adventure.  Second week of the month – Mystery.  Third week of the month – Drama.  Fourth week of the month – Comedy and Family.

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During the American Revolution, 15-year-old Louis Nelson and 10-year-old Paul Sampson join famed frontier scout Simon Kenton in the advance section of Major George Rogers Clark force crossing the Ohio River to take the British Forts of Kaskaskia, Cahokia, and Vincennes. Danger awaits them as they go deep into enemy territory while war drums ring through the forest.

This program contains sensitive language, listener discretion is advised.