Here’s the Tower is a short-form audio series from Scott Ritcher. Since most episodes are just one minute long, it’s really the only podcast you have time for.
Each episode can be a short radio play, song, skit, monologue, fake commercial or soundscape. But despite the quick format, the episodes are packed with hours of production, writing, guest performers and recurring characters. New episodes appear most Wednesdays.
Every other Wednesday this summer, we’ll hear a complete season of Here's the Tower in its entirety. These five special shows are comprised of 104 episodes and total more than 3 1/2 hours of action-packed entertainment.
Gather 'round the smart speaker for an old timey radio play. Our main character, Frank, just purchased a smart home system that has the voice of country legend Merle Haggard. But soon after he plugs it in, Merle begins complicating Frank's life.
Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice has been made into movies and mashed up with zombies. Now you can enjoy all the breathtaking romance of this classic 1813 novel without missing any of your GPS driving directions.
I have a vintage, framed portrait of Bobby Kennedy hanging on my wall. It has moved to new apartments with me for 15 years or more. When I moved to Sweden, it was one of the few things I brought with me. During that move, I sold or gave away most of my belongings, but this, I kept.