Friday, March 05, 2010


The Bard himself has returned to comment on his life, his works, and how the centuries have treated him. J.T. Turner brings Shakespeare to life, and this audio presentation (based on his stage play) is filled with stories about Shakespeare, his works, productions through the ages, and passages from many of the Bard's best works. Created and Written by J.T. TURNER, this is the first production from our newest producer at CRT, Jim Hamilton. The show is now on Lulu.Com, and will be coming soon to Spoken Network, Amazon, Audible and i-Tunes.

Monday, March 01, 2010


We started recording on Nov. 10th 2008 and finished taping in February of 2009, and now, on Feb. 28th a year after, the entire TICONDEROGA production has been completed! Bagpipes, fifes and drums, a few thousand muskets and Highlanders, and we're good to go! CRT's first historical program in almost 10 years.All 24 episodes are now at the CRT store on LULU.COM and the CD release will be this summer. If you don't like single episodes, we will soon have a continuous version available.

COLONIAL RADIO TALK seems to be catching on. We have had quite a few downloads to the podcast, and MJ Cogburn has set us up as a RSS feed; you can download the show from various podcast sites, or have it delivered to you each week via your email. All the info is at CRT PODCAST

Monday, so we're recording tonight. Three more episodes of SOLUTIONS, INC. We will wrap the series on the 15th of this month.

More later!