The ZBS Radio Hour

in Radio Drama, Radio Riel Main, Weekly Programme, ZBS Radio Hour

by Elrik Merlin on Saturday, 26 January, 2013

Join us at 11am or 7pm Pacific Time (19:00 or 03:00 GMT) for the latest installments of our exciting radio serials from ZBS Foundation.

This week we have a new show for you: at the top of the hour we start a two‐part story: Dishpan Fantasy.

When Dora tries new “Blue Goddess” dish detergent, she is whisked away to an earthly paradise where strange and wonderful things happen. Husband Aldo soon follows and in this swaying tropical Shangri‐La, where the trees, flowers and even the breezes sing, Dora and Aldo (now Ador and Odla) renew their relationship to a pagan past and rediscover each other in the process. Literally a soap opera, Dishpan Fantasy takes you on a mythic journey to a time when women were goddesses and men were… well, pan‐like goats. Funny, timely and musically brilliant, this is one soap opera you won’t want to miss. Recorded in real‐time to assure the highest quality sound.

Then at the half‐hour, tune in for Part 2 of the latest Ruby adventure, Ruby 9: “Masque of the Red Moon”.

R9Ruby is hired to find who or what has caused a plague in the city of Aberdeen Dundee on Victoria Moon. And/Or, T.J. Teru, and Rodant Kapoor join Ruby as they explore this eccentric retro‐Victorian society where everyone is pretending to be someone else. In Aberdeen Dundee, known as The City of Lost Illusions, the people have moved into the catacombs beneath the city. They all wear masks, and the masks are alive! Pretending to be a crackpot inventor by the name of Professor Farking Foots‐Foots, T.J. Teru is commissioned to build a submersible for the The Hoochie Coochie Man. The submarine has an odd name: Mister Coochie is calling it The Red Herring. Also incognito, And/Or is managing a circus called Carking Cowputter’s Coronation Circus and Mechanical Menagerie. But most surprising of all, Rodant Kapoor has opened a swanky nightclub called Chez Rodant. Meanwhile the plague continues to spread out across the moon.

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