Welcome to another edition of Maplewood Barn Radio Theater.
This time, we bring you something a bit different from our normal classic stories -- an original script by our own Brad Buchanan called "Time Stands Still." Brad has done the majority of the adaptations for the radio show over the past couple years, but in this case, he decided to bring you a new story, never before performed.
We hope you enjoy this original production of "Time Stands Still."
Welcome to another edition of Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre. In our continuing efforts to bring you nothing but the best in classic stories, we offer you an audio dramatization of an award winning story, "Golden Dreams," based on the writings of Stephen Leacock. Mr. Leacock is a bit vague about what award it might have won, but perhaps we can learn more from our protagonist, the professor. Let's turn it over to him, so he can tell you all about the book "Golden Dreams." Sit back, relax, and listen to the audio play here:
Today Paul Pepper welcomes JOAN STACK and KRISTEN FORD, Missouri State Historical Society, who talk about National Museum Day tomorrow at Museum of Art and Archeology! The event is kid-friendly and starts at 1 p.m.!
The sexual assault of a young woman on a New Delhi bus last December sparked widespread debate about the safety of women in India. The attack killed a 23-year-old aspiring physical therapist, and led to nationwide protests.
Today Paul Pepper is joined by HARRISON KEITHAHN, BRAD-BOYD KENNEDY and HELEN ROBISON. Find out all about the Columbia CROP Hunger Walk and 5K Run, and then sign up or show up Sunday, October 6 at Missouri United Methodist Church!
Today Paul Pepper is joined by PAULA ELIAS, who talks about October's annual Citizen Jane Film Festival, which raises awareness of women filmmakers. JANESE SILVEY is also here; Janese is the former higher education reporter for the Columbia Daily Tribune, now a "Story Specialist and Strategist" at Stephens College. Janese plugs a One Read panel tomorrow night!
For about the past 10 years citizens of Moberly, Mo. have been working on renovating the Fourth Street Theatre. It is being built completely debt free but is still about $200 thousand away from the goal. Theatre owners plan to open it this spring.
Joe Snodgrass grew up in Moberly, Mo. and remembers the Fourth Street Theatre being packed on Friday and Saturday nights. Now, he is a board member helping restore the theater and bringing it back to all its glory.