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Episode 18 - Outer Space Theater


Episode 18 - Outer Space Theater

Ray Gun Radio Episode 18 - Outer Space Theater


Welcome back! In our special Christmas episode, we have a special treat for everyone. The special mention in the Space Monkey Flash Fiction Contest, "Outer Space Theater" by Victor Kuprin, was professionally produced by Don Abbot Studios. We're going to hear that special gift, along with an interview with Victor. Additionally, we have a Christmas song, "It's a Fanboy Christmas II - The Wrath of Claus," courtesy of The Fump, followed by Episode 4 of "Rescue Robots" titled "Spacy Christmas." Enjoy the show.


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Cast and Crew:


* Admiral Rick Copple - Host/Director/Producer

* Captain Taylor Kent - Assistant Producer

* Ensign Reader - Steve Forstner

* Ensign Reader - James King

* Ensign Reader - Lee King

* Ensign Reader - Mike Munsil

* Ensign Reader - Scott Sandridge


The theme was created by Paul Christian Glenn and Taylor Kent.



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This podcast is licensed under a

Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License and is a production of Double-Edged Publishing, Inc.




Filetype: MP3 - Size: 16.81MB - Duration: 48:53 m (48 kbps 44100 Hz)

The dates of these podcast is 7 years after their actual airing. This is because the years they aired were from 2006 through 2008. However, the Podcast Generator software doesn't allow for any year added earlier than 2013 as of this date. 

So, I've put them in date order starting with 2013, which in reality is 2006. And so on. So subtract 7 years from the listed dates to get the original date each podcast aired.

Note: you may come across other areas where I've not yet set things as they should be. I'm working on it.