PRLog - April 29, 2014 - HOUSTON -- There was a time not so long ago when people would not think of missing the latest episode of their favorite radio drama. That’s right, radio drama, not TV show. Although for many this may be little more than a fond memory, other people are appreciating a resurrection of this broadcast form.
An Origianl Radio Drama by Charles Lyons
This coming Thursday night the Ask The Pastor Radio Program, carried on BlogTalkRadio, will air an unusual event. What will it be? The broadcast premiere of a new play titled, “Good Clothes, Poor Clothes.” Revolving around an encounter with a person living on the streets it has as much to say about our reaction to such a man by someone most of us could relate to.
In an age of so many media forms you might ask the obvious question, “Why a radio drama?” The answer from the writer of the play, Charles Lyons, is that, “a radio drama is unique in that the special effects are highly personalized. Each listener imagines an array of characters from their own experience. You can become immersed in the play because any voice may stir a memory of someone you knew just like that person in the play. Soon as you hear the voices and sounds you become a part of the moment.”
You can hear the play this Thursday night at 7:30 PM Central Time on the Ask The Pastor Program. It will also be available later through the show’s archives at their WriteLyons website at http://www.writelyons.com. The play has a strong combination of stars that are very relatable as you experience the play and sound effects. The program will begin with a brief introduction by the program’s cohosts, Jim Simmons and Charles Lyons, Ph.D. and then the play will run commercial free for the remaining 45 minutes of the hour.
The program will be of interest to people with a sense of humor, a passionate heart and an interest in communicating a message in an unusual way. If you want a fun, challenging and interesting evening, plan on listening to “Ask The Pastor” Thursday night on BlogTalkRadio at 7:30 PM Central Time. Remember to dim the lights and let your imagination explore the moment. You can access it from anywhere in the world at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/