Aug 27, 2009

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The Legacy of Euriah Pillar

CCRMT’s first radio drama marked the first appearance of Captain Waverly Underhill and his cohort, Doctor Alexander Scofield.
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Aug 25, 2009

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Audio Commercials

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Aug 5, 2009

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Sound Effects

Sound Effects are crucial, since the success of a radio thriller hinges on...

Aug 4, 2009

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Radio Ads

Listen to this CCRMT radio ad, heard on radio stations which air the program!...

Aug 4, 2009

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Audio Previews

We’ve put together some coming attractions for our productions. Give...

Aug 4, 2009

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Program Audio Samples

Check out these samples of our productions! The Caller on Line One (1:50) The...

Aug 4, 2009

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THE MERMAID ON HALLOWEEN BRIDGE

For years an anonymous Cape Cod mural painter has been adorning the underpass...

Aug 4, 2009

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THE PLEASURE OF YOUR COMPANY . . .

For those of you who, over the years, have enjoyed the music of Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater, which has been an integral part of the quality of the series since its inception, (for example, the inspired CCRMT theme music and the tour-de-force underscoring to shows like Danger at Seven Mile Bend, Don’t Touch That Dial and The Case of the Shooting Star), we invite you to partake of composer Mark Birmingham’s piano based, instrumental CD, Garden Life, featuring the same impeccable musicianship in 9 original compositions that are thrilling, not because they underscore some dramatic scene, but because they are thrilling in themselves.

Aug 4, 2009

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Will H. writes:

We are planning our annual vacation at the cottage in New Hampshire and our...

Aug 4, 2009

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Laura F. writes:

Memories of Cape revisited Just yesterday my younger brother and I were doing...