The ZBS Radio Hour

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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