Galaxy Scouts: Lost in the Stars

A raging space battle. A pilot in freefall. A rescuer in the nick of time…or not?

Welcome to the first Galaxy Scouts Prelude, a series of short episodes setting the scene for the upcoming miniseries, Galaxy Scouts’ Greene.

You may think you know the Scouts, but this is a whole new Galaxy…


David J. Loehr with Juno Hopson and Steve Lutz


Knight Must Fall

After snowstorms and blackouts, the conclusion to the Revengers’ adventure at last!

John Squire and Anna Steele find themselves playing a deadlier game than the role playing adventure they were invited to attend. Another member of the ministry has gone missing, as has his game token. Did Butler do it? Why does that bartender look so familiar? What project is Mrs. M hiding? And who—or what—is staying in the guest house? Who? Who?

Featuring a preview of the upcoming Galaxy Scouts miniseries—yes, you heard me, it’s a whole miniseries.

David J. Loehr with Antony Johnston, Serenity Caldwell, Travis Bedard, Kathy Campbell, Myke Hurley, Adina Hurley, Moisés Chiullan and Chip Sudderth


…and to All a Good Knight

It’s a Christmas miracle, the Radio Theater is back on the air! Tonight’s episode features the Revengers, two British spies facing the impossible—and often the improbable. Because nothing says “Happy Holidays” like cold blooded murder and intrigue…

Someone is killing off Ministry analysts in the middle of team building exercises which hardly seems sporting, all things considered. John Squire and Anna Steele get pulled into a most dangerous competition indeed. Who is Rabbit? What does the rook mean? What unspeakable things have occurred in the Archives? Why does the bartender seem so familiar? And will Squire and Steele prevail or will this be a total Christmas party kill?

David J. Loehr with Antony Johnston, Serenity Caldwell, Moisés Chiullan, Travis Bedard, Adina Hurley, Kathy Campbell, Myke Hurley and Chip Sudderth


Away We Go

When murder strikes in the heart of Manhattan, two cops walk the dark side of the theatre district to solve the case. Broadway is their beat, and it’s five minutes to curtains. Also, the foley artist tries announcing, there’s some exciting news about the show, and David is apparently still delirious in the Canadian Rockies. (But the news about the show is for real. Honest.)

David J. Loehr


I’ll Write Now

Sunday night at seven? That means it’s time for The Monty Ashley Show! What are Monty and his friends doing for New Year’s Eve? And isn’t it a bit late for that? Feuding aunts, wacky neighbors, an announcer entirely too entranced by gelatin, and a lot of mistaken identities later, will we ever find out how the cream gets in the cow? Don’t count on it. And is that really the band you hired? Good thing they work cheap. Steve is not in this one, but Chris is hair. Also, where the hell is David, and how is your mattress anyway?

David J. Loehr


A Mysterious Place Filled With Wonders

This week in technothrills, a science team at the South Pole experimenting with new food sources finds something has gone horribly wrong. Naturally, the call goes out for Pip Morgan and the Full Fathom Five, the undersea adventurers and international rescue team. Can they solve the mystery of what happened to the missing scientists before they turn up missing themselves? Join Pip, Jake, the Cochran Twins, and Professor Alatriste on their most dangerous adventure yet!

David J. Loehr


A Tip of Kindness

David’s in the zeppelin on a manhunt this week, but enjoy a word from one of our newest sponsors.

David J. Loehr


Almost Like Being…

Dot is unstuck in time, unconscious in the Teslalator. Tesla is stuck on the spice mining planet of Brigadune, trapped without said Teslalator or any other way out. Malin is alive on a planet doomed to extinction, living her life in non-linear time. Or is Dot living her life instead? How can that be? How do you spell philomaxtlen anyway? Also, mistress, how long can a servobot survive without maintenance? And who just came into the bar anyway? All this and more in the exciting conclusion of this Two-Fisted Tale of Tesla!

David J. Loehr


All the Music of Life Seems to Be…

Tesla and Dot are on their way to celebrate Christmas with Dot’s family when they stop at a planet that exists for only one day every one hundred years, but of course, it’s never that simple. Why is Dot suddenly dreaming of another life, another place…another family not her own? And why doesn’t Tesla recognize her anymore? And what’s with all the bagpipes? And will they in fact be home for Christmas? Holiday spice and temporal displacement in another exciting adventure of the Two-Fisted Tales of Tesla!

David J. Loehr


And There’s a Creepy Doll

The show is back, if not the announcer, as David explores the lore around a doll museum at last, Steve hears voices, and we get the community news from a mysterious town in the French-Canadian desert. And just where is Phil anyway?

David J. Loehr


The Fog: “Vengeance of the Scarab” (live)

In which the Fog rolls in, and in, and in, and Maisie could use a lozenge. Recorded live at the Know Theatre, August 14, 2017

David J. Loehr


The Fog: “The Scarab Strikes!” (live)

In which Margo does some detective work, and our hero seems to be missing in action…or is he? Recorded live at the Know Theatre, August 7, 2017

David J. Loehr


The Fog: “Kiss of the Scarab” (live)

In which our hero is confronted with another masked avenger, and Margo sees a Broadway show because she knows a guy. Recorded live at the Know Theatre of Cincinnati, Ohio, July 31, 2017.

David J. Loehr


Season 2 Teaser

Coming later in 2017… a new season of The Incomparable Radio Theater, including an adventure of the Full Fathom Five!

David J. Loehr


In the Room, 1776

John Adams and Benjamin Franklin declare things in Philadelphia on a date that will live in infamy.

David J. Loehr with Steve Lutz, Andy Ihnatko and Travis Bedard


The Adventures of Timmy Preston in Farfutureland

On their way to a science fair, Timmy and the Galaxy Scouts find themselves instead in the World of Tomorrow…or many worlds of many tomorrows… and yesterdays… not to mention the Happiest Place in the Galaxy…or is it? With our heroes scattered across time and space, will any of them be home in time for Christmas? Stay tuned!

David J. Loehr


That’s What Sidhe Said

When last we left Marjorie Carter, she was on the trail of her kidnapped sidekick, Milo, en route to Connemara and the mysterious Candle of Nuada. Also, if you’re curious about Charles Babbage’s analytical engine, There You Are!

[This ends our run for 2015. See you in December for a Christmas special.]

David J. Loehr


F for Frame

In old Quebec, Paul Citron meets an old friend, winds up with an F, taunts a new friend, and makes out like a bandit—if the old friend can be believed…

David J. Loehr


Dublin or Nothing

When her sidekick Milo is kidnapped, Marjorie Carter embarks on a car chase through the wilds of Ireland to uncover an ancient mystery.

David J. Loehr


Live & Let’s Spy

Commander Jetpack rescues a mysterious man from peril in the skies before meeting his yet-more-mysterious partner and battling peril beneath the waves!

David J. Loehr


Eli’s Coming

Tesla and Schrödinger try to track down a quartet of Mandroids on the Princeton campus, while Dot and Milton journey to the center of the Teslalator to evade a rogue Mandroid hand.

Mandroid art by Philip Mozolak

David J. Loehr


The Go On Show

Princeton, 1934: Tesla’s got amnesia, Schrodinger’s colleague has become a Mandroid, and Dot and a cat are trapped in the box with a robot…or not…wait…

We seem to have misplaced the conclusion to last week’s episode. Please enjoy this rare episode of The Go On Show from our sister service in the UK. Thank you.

David J. Loehr


Schrödinger’s Dot

Tesla and Dot’s visit to Erwin Schrödinger at Princeton in 1934 is interrupted by a series of unexpected visitors.

David J. Loehr



A prominent fashion designer is murdered, and his model girlfriend is the prime suspect. But when Doll Tearsheet begins to pull on one thread, the whole case starts to unravel…

David J. Loehr


O Canada

When a bank robber vanishes in a mysterious phenomenon, the Sky Mounties go from the frying pan into the flyer!

David J. Loehr


Jumpin’ Jupiter!

Season Premiere: An “old friend” of Scoutmaster Greene’s makes trouble for Timmy and the Galaxy Scouts.

David J. Loehr


Layers: The World of Tomorrow (Live)

Live from the Layers design conference in San Francisco, this is a new performance of original material from the Incomparable Radio Theater! (And yes, a full season of Incomparable Radio Theater is coming your way later this year.)

David J. Loehr with Serenity Caldwell, Moisés Chiullan, Antony Johnston, Dan Moren and Jason Snell


Rehearsing in the Zeppelin

Did you know that we’re releasing a season of Incomparable Radio Theater in 2015? It’s true! In fact, right now we are rehearsing the script on the Incomparable Zeppelin… let’s listen, shall we?

David J. Loehr with Serenity Caldwell, Erika Ensign, Lisa Schmeiser, Steve Lutz, Jason Snell, Tony Sindelar, Dan Moren, Monty Ashley, Philip Michaels, Scott McNulty and John Siracusa


Two-Fisted Tales of Tesla

In a special holiday episode, Dot and Nik run into an unexpected set of fellow time travelers. And Dot is confronted with memories of her own Christmas past. Brought to you by Lohengrin Beer.

David J. Loehr with Glenn Fleishman, Serenity Caldwell, Erika Ensign, Lisa Schmeiser and Jason Snell


The Lives of Paul Citron; Marjorie Carter

Paul Citron runs into a holy mess in postwar Vienna; Marjorie, Milo, and Rudolph venture deep into Finland’s interior to find a magic item and discover an old friend. Plus, regular holiday updates from Carl Phillips and the Gotham News Roundup. Brought to you by Kleinman’s House of Music and Bushmill-Schmichaels Distillery.

David J. Loehr with Lex Friedman, Serenity Caldwell, Monty Ashley, Steve Lutz, Scott McNulty, John Moltz, Andy Ihnatko, Moisés Chiullan, Merlin Mann and Dan Moren


The Spooky Twist; The Fog

A roller-derby champion discovers what it means to be a legend; Canadian separatists threaten a ship on New Year’s Eve, and only The Fog and Margo can stop them. Brought to you by Cornet Blue Disposable Facial Tissue and Chock Full Of Coffee.

David J. Loehr with Philip Michaels, Lisa Schmeiser, Serenity Caldwell, Lex Friedman, John Siracusa, Steve Lutz, Dan Moren and Jason Snell


Two-Fisted Tales of Tesla; Jenny Lane

Tesla and Dot meet Jules Verne and Georges Seurat; Jenny Lane tries to sort through a series of red herrings in order to find a murderer. Plus, Melkot Elevators and Grantham Manor Tea Biscuits.

David J. Loehr with Jason Snell, Serenity Caldwell, Glenn Fleishman, Scott McNulty, Greg Knauss, Steve Lutz, John Siracusa, Dan Moren, Jason Snell, Monty Ashley, Lisa Schmeiser, Andy Ihnatko, Lex Friedman, Sarah Barbour and John Moltz


Galaxy Scouts; The Fog

In anticipation of our first original season of Incomparable Radio Theater coming later this year, we’re re-presenting the material from the two previous radio theater episodes of The Incomparable as a sort of “season zero.”

In this episode, Timmy Preston and the Galaxy Scouts discover a mysterious stowaway and The Fog and Margo encounter a man and some menhirs. Plus: Carl Phillips and The Gotham News Roundup.

David J. Loehr with Andy Ihnatko, Steve Lutz, Monty Ashley, Dan Moren, Philip Michaels, Dan Frakes, John Siracusa, Glenn Fleishman, Sarah Barbour, Ben Boychuk and Scott McNulty