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AIO Blogcast 29: Sibling Spies


We've been working on it for several months and now you get to hear the finished product: Sibling Spies!

Join teen spies, Andy and Christy Fox, as they try to undermine the evil intentions of Dr. Killjoy!

What's in this podcast:
An (almost) half-hour original drama starring Austin and Natasha Peachey, Frank Montenegro, Phil Lollar, and Victoria Francis!

Behind the scenes info on the making of Sibling Spies

A blooper reel from the recording of the show


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Many hours was spent making this drama and we'd like to know if our work payed off! Tell us what you think by posting a comment on this post, emailing us by using the form on our Contact page, writing on our Facebook wall, post something in our ToO thread, and writing a review for us on iTunes.


Podcast Notes:
>> Listen to our last radio drama, Austin Peachey, P.I.
>> Hear Frank Montenegro on the worldwide-broadcast radio series, Jonathan Park
>> Send in questions for Aria Curzon (Mandy) to answer


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Austin Peachey

Austin Peachey is a die-hard reader and audio drama fan. He's run the Adventures in Odyssey Blog for over 8 years and has produced a few audio dramas of his own. He's also worked on the 2nd edition of The Official Guide to Odyssey and can be heard on Phil Lollar's Iliad House.

4 comments:

  1. I just started listening, but the format sounds a lot like Jonathan Park to me.

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    1. Maybe it's just because Frank is in it. :)

      We didn't purposely make it like JP. Because of the way things were situated, the format for Sibling Spies turned out like it did.

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  2. I think it was awesome! So neat you got to work with Phil Lollar and Frank Montenegro.

    My friends and I make audio dramas too. Our blog is ctdproductions.blogspot.com. I think you once commented on our production of Encyclopedia Brown. Don't know if you've listened to any others or not.

    But if you need any help with your next audio drama, with actors of anything, we could help provide you with additional voices, etc. You can contact us through our blog on the "Contact Us" page.

    Keep up the good work and God bless!
    Caleb

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  3. I thought Sibling Spies was okay, but very predictable, Jonathan Park-ish. I mean, did you have to use KJV for the Bible verse? You know NIV or Message is much more easier to understand and it doesn't sound like Christians art stuckith in the pastith.
    All in all it was an okay episode for amateurs. I did notice the 'plugs' you had to AIO and JP episodes. Keep up the good work (even though you're quitting...)

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