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Radio horror serial launching January 30
January 30 marks the return of serialized radio drama to the Atlanta airwaves. Kennesaw State University radio (www.ksuradio.com) will begin airing Harry Strange, a radio serial stylized on the classic radio dramas of the 40s and 50s but playing against a contemporary backdrop.
“We’re excited and thrilled to be bringing this style of radio back to the airwaves,” said Reggie Joseph, General Manager of the student run radio station. “This type of experimental programming is what people expect from college radio. We are happy to be the ones to give it to them.”
The story, written by Tony Sarrecchia, centers on Harry Strange, a private investigator whose beat is the supernatural and paranormal. “If you’re a fan of Supernatural, Buffy/Angel or Doctor Who, you’ll enjoy Harry Strange,” Sarrecchia said.
In addition to playing on KSU radio, the episodes will be available on iTunes as free downloads. At the end of Season 1, there will be a DVD release for sale featuring interviews with the actors and behind the scenes footage.
Featured in the cast are Kellen Stennett (1940’s Radio Show, The Hobbit) Sylvia Galan (The Fat Boy Chronicles, Mad Money), Tisch Cistrunk-Parmelee (Aether Age anthology, The Voice), Parisa Johnston (Everything’s For Sale, Final Etiquette), Jason Tyler (Fast Fixes HGTV, The Signal) and others.
Harry Strange airs Sundays at 10:00 p.m. with encore presentations on Tuesdays from 5-6 p.m. The debut episode is January 30 on www.ksuradio.com