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Welcome to Jabberwocky Audio Theater!

Whether you remember the Golden Age of Radio or have just been introduced to audio theater, we hope you’ll join us as we tell new tales of suspense and put a twist on classic adventure stories. Remember, while we have one podfeed, there are many shows.

Check out our latest podcast episode via our blog, explore specific episodes from our growing list of shows, or subscribe and get it all via our RSS feed, Apple Podcasts, or a whole bunch of other services.

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All our shows are available on one podfeed. So, if you want to make sure you don’t miss an episode go ahead and subscribe to an ever-increasing number of feeds and streaming services. Add yourself and get over 40 hours of audio theater right away!

Libsyn
(our basic RSS Feed)
Apple Podcasts
Google Podcasts
iHeart Radio

Podchaser

Stitcher


Finally. did you know you can catch Jabberwocky Audio Theater on the broadcast airwaves? 96.7 FM to be precise.

Naturally, not all of you will be within WERA’s range, in which case you’re welcome to listen live over the internet.

In any case, please join us every Sunday at 4pm ET. Adventure awaits!

About

Jabberwocky Audio Theater (aka JAT) is a group of storytellers writing, recording, and podcasting out of Deepest Springfield.

Inspired by the classic shows of Radio’s Golden Age, JAT aims to create well-crafted tales to entertain and engross modern audiences. Note that we have one podfeed, but many different shows.

As our name suggests, we will focus on fantastical tales set on other worlds, in other lands, and in places disturbingly similar to our own.

Our travels will also take us to classic tales of adventure, where we’ll give them a fresh audio twist. And we’re also not averse to venturing into the realm of the rampantly silly and absurd. Our name is Jabberwocky after all.

We hope you join us on the journey.

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Raise the Fungal Radiation Shields!

We’d heard about species of radiation-loving fungus in relation to Chernobyl in the past, but this article by Stephen Johnson in Big Think explains how they’ve been testing it on the International Space Station. Specifically, they’ve been testing it with the idea that some form of this radiotrophic fungus could help shield astronauts bound for Mars. Exciting news. And, …

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