Radio Show Archive

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Part of many ds106 courses is a group project to write and produce an audio story as a radio show, typically broadcasted live on ds106 radio. Listen below to a selection of radio shows produced by previous ds106 participants.

ds106 Summer 2015: The Burgeron Family Fairy Tale Festival AND #prisoner106

Labyrinth Tales, a #ds106 Open Players Radio Show

ds106 Spring 2015: Noir106 (University of Mary Washington)

ds106 Fall 2014: Wire106 (University of Mary Washington)




ds106 Fall 2013: Headless ds106 (open participants)

Headless Radio Shows: Full show listing with posters, pre- and post-show conversations with team members

ds106 Summer 2013: The ds106 Zone (University of Mary Washington)

ds106 Spring 2013: (University of Mary Washington)

Spring is for Radio Shows: Full show listing with posters, pre and post show conversations with team members

ds106 Fall 2012: (University of Mary Washington)

Radio Shows LIVE on the Air: Full show listing with posters, pre-post show conversations

Section 1 (Martha Burtis)

Section 2 (Alan Levine)

ds106 Summer 2012: Camp Magic Macguffin (University of Mary Washington)

ds106 Spring 2012 (University of Mary Washington)

ENG3680 Student Audio Shows (Baruch College)

Live broadcast of several student audio projects from Professor Cheryl Smith’s ENG3860: Advanced Writing: Style and Styles in Prose, Spring 2012, Baruch College, CUNY. With Luke Waltzer, Mikhail Gershovich and Cheryl Smith.

ds106 Summer 2011 (University of Mary Washington)

ds106 Spring 2011 (University of Mary Washington)

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