The ZBS Radio Hour Returns — with two new adventures!

Today sees the return of the ZBS Radio Hour after its hol­i­day break, and at 11am and 7pm Pacif­ic (19:00 and 03:00 GMT), we are pleased to bring you two new adven­tures cour­tesy of our friends at ZBS Foun­da­tion.

At the top of the hour, join us for a brand new adven­ture series with Jack Flan­ders and his friends: The Fan­tas­tic Voy­ages of Jack Flan­ders. Our first adven­ture in this series is Orchids and Moon­beams.

Some­where in the trop­ics, yet anoth­er beach resort is being built. The devel­op­ers are plan­ning to put a road through a val­ley the locals con­sid­er sacred, they believe a pow­er­ful Nature Spir­it dwells there. As the devel­op­ers bull­doze into the jun­gle, and the warm trop­i­cal rains con­tin­ue, the jun­gle is sprout­ing up every­where. At Mari­a’s Café, chairs are sprout­ing leaves, tables are grow­ing roots, vines are creep­ing over the counter, and orchids are cling­ing to the walls. One morn­ing, Mojo finds a snake coiled up on his chair, “Oops, looks like this seat’s been tak­en.” Jaguars are seen strolling through town, while spi­ders, igua­nas, tree frogs, etc., are hop­ping and crawl­ing every­where. There’s even a par­rot infes­ta­tion. In the local bars, scar­let macaws snatch pret­zels out of patron’s fin­gers. Mean­while, Jack, Mojo, and Clau­dine are attempt­ing to prove the Nature Spir­it not only exists, she may have just begun to “even the score.”

Then at the bot­tom of the hour, tune in for Part 1 of Land of Enchant­ment.

Mojo takes a job play­ing piano at the Armadil­lo Bistro and Cabaret in Coy­ote, New Mex­i­co, where he’s drawn into an adven­ture with a cast of wild west char­ac­ters, includ­ing a 100 year old curan­dera (med­i­cine woman), and an Apache spir­it guide who is one hel­lu­va prankster.

And don’t for­get, if you enjoy the fab­u­lous adven­tures you can hear every week in the ZBS Radio Hour, you can down­load them your­self (or get them on CD) from the ZBS Foun­da­tion web site, at!

Lis­ten to the pro­gramme in-world at, or sim­ply click here to start your play­er, if your brows­er is con­fig­ured to do so. Lis­ten­ers in the Unit­ed States are encour­aged to tune in using this link:

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