|The wait is finally over as we proudly present the original radio drama, Indiana Jones and the Bridge to Yesterday! In the immediate aftermath of the second World War, Indiana Jones returns home from his time with the OSS, now weary of his daredevil past. But just when he contemplates hanging up his hat for good, an old nemesis re-emerges with a plot to not on only destroy the world’s newly established peace, but also erase the last thirty years of history. In order to stop him Indy must journey into the heart of the legendary Devil’s Triangle where he will decide to either wipe out the sins of the world, along with his own mistakes, or renew his journey and remember the adventure! [In Stereo] |
Directed by Alex Levitsky & Tim Bungeroth.
Written by Keith Voss (Story), Tim Bungeroth (Screenplay) and Alex Levitsky (Radio Script).
Music by John Williams and arranged by Alex Levitsky.
A Raiders Radio Production in association with the IndyCast.
This week we have a contest where you can win an exclusive poster to the soon to be released original audio drama, Indiana Jones and the Bridge to Yesterday, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock is back with another Raiders Rant, Eugene Shin has some more great audio from the Raiders panel at Pensacon, we talk Indy 5 McGuffins, Ron has some more great Indy trivia, Chris A returns with IJ in the UK, Indiana Mic has another Indy outfit segment, and we have lots more!
Tom Hooten, principal trumpet of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, joins Ron and Laird in Club Obi Wan to discuss his career and the upcoming release of his new album, Hooten Plays Williams, featuring John Williams conducting the Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra and the theme from Born on the Fourth of July. Plus the latest John Williams news! [In Stereo]
This week we have a teaser to the soon-to-be released original audio drama, Indiana Jones and the Bridge to Yesterday, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock is back with another Raiders Rant, Eugene Shin has some great audio from the Raiders panel at Pensacon, Ron has some more Indy trivia, Chris A returns with IJ in the UK, Ron Phelps has another Lost Delta update, Morgan and Rich are back with the Expanded Archives of Doctor Jones and we have more of your great emails!
This week Harrison teams up with Amazon (the company not the river), Indy gets ultra high def, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock is back with another Raider’s Rant, Ron has some more great Indy trivia, Joe Stuber chats Indy with actor Michael Rosenbaum, we have another Indy merchandise update with thanks to Ron Phelps, Indiana Mic talks boots and we have more of your great emails!
In our first regular episode for 2019 we cover the latest news that have been doing the rounds, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock discusses whether Belloq is actually a hero, Ron Phelps has an Indy/Disney report, Ron Longo talks Indy trivia, Indiana Mic and John Penman discuss their Indy influences and we have more of your great emails!
Happy Holidays! Laird and Ron return with their longest Special ever. Joined by Chris Allan (IJ in the UK), the trio talk the October 26 John Williams concert from London, and they dissect some possible goodies to buy for your favourite John Williams fan this holidays (or ask for your family and friends to get for you!). Prior to that, Ron and Laird go over the latest news and discuss 1979’s Dracula, just in time for it’s 40th anniversary next year. [In Stereo]