I love Spotify. However, I would love it even more if it included audio dramas, in addition to just music.
If you don't know what audio dramas are, think old time radio shows. They're shows created purely for audible entertainment. Some famous ones include Dragnet, Gunsmoke, Suspense, and The Adventures of Superman. These shows, and so many others from the old days, are available through the Internet Archive, and can be shared freely because they've been released through Creative Commons licenses.
But it's not just old shows from the mid 20th century. There are a number of groups out there today creating new audio dramas and sharing them via their own sites and podcasts. We're Alive is an incredible zombie apocalypse serial. 19 Nocturne Boulevard is an anthology series where episodes range from sci-fi, horror, fantasy, comedy, drama, and supernatural. And there's Decoder Ring Theatre, which publishes two popular long running series. One is a superhero drama called The Red Panda Adventures. The other is an old school styled detective drama called Black Jack Justice. This isn't even counting all the audio dramas created and aired via the BBC radio networks either, some of which are based off popular television series, like Torchwood.
I do hope you give this idea some consideration. I'm currently listening to most of these shows through iTunes, or just by downloading episodes from the Internet Archive, but I would love to be able to follow my favorite audio drama series through just Spotify.
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