Forty Story Radio Tower
About This Show
The brainchild of and hosted by J Ferron Hiatt, writer and playwright, 40 Story Radio Tower is a live variety show performed and recorded on stage of the Mauch Chunk Opera House then re-mastered for a podcast/broadcast. It is an evening of artists and writers presenting all original radio theatre, poetry, spoken word, comedy and more. Each episode features an extended immersion in the work of a singular musical guest.
Most Recent Episode
40 Story Radio Tower Episode 35
musical guests, HOUSE OF HAMILL PLUS: (5:55) Our Kelly, Kelly’s Call In, Kelly interviews a recent college graduate and his mother, with Christopher Wolfe, Mary M. Malmquist and Christian Gould (17:11) Poet, Briana Kairewich (23:12) Knuckles, the Clumsy Alien, Knuckles, having lost some of his payload, has to return to earth to gather more specimens, including two stoners and a lunch lady, with Christian Gould, Christopher Wolfe, Marissa Miller, Joe Hiatt, Briana Kairewich, Anthony Cundro and Helen Van Pelt. (41:21) Poet, Briana Kairewich (49:08) Helen Van Pelt of Troy, New York, the story of the fall of troy, with Helen Van Troy, Marissa Miller, Christopher Wolfe, Christian Gould. (59:08) Ode to House of Hamill, by Lynn Highland read by Christopher Wolfe. (1:09:26) One Stranded Life, Joe Ferron Hiatt. This evening’s players include, Briana Kairewich, Anthony Cundro, Christopher Wolfe, Marissa Miller, Helen Van Pelt, and Christian Gould Foley soundscape created by Mary M. Malmquist Word product by J. Ferron Hiatt, Michael Newton, Lynn Highland, Briana Kairewich Created and hosted by Joe Hiatt (ferronhiatt451.com) Company stage and sound manager, Mary M. Malmquist Original opening and closing theme by Keith Barrett Schron Original photos and video by Michael Angelo Delmonico and Anthony Cundro Produced by Vincent DeGiosio & Christie McGorry of Jtams Productions at the Mauch Chunk Opera House (mcohjt.com) and Purple Audio (purpleaudio.com) Engineered by D.Patrick for Daedalus Productions headtower logo design by William Lance (williamlance.com) ferroniatt’s photo by Tom Storm (tomstorm.net) This show continues due to the contributions of many many more volunteers and artists to count and we thank every one of you!