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LifeAfter

LifeAfter

This new series from the people who brought us The Message, one of last year's audio drama hits, raises the bar on its predecessor. Having done away with the faux-journalism framing that dominated 2015's dramas, it's a richer, more sophisticated fiction, which acknowledges audiences' growing familiarity with and appetite for the form (happily, GE Theater/Panoply aren't the only ones to have cottoned on to this trend). The premise: an FBI pen-pusher is mourning the death of his wife in not very healthy ways. He spends most of his time listening obsessively to the audio recordings she posted on a new social media platform, which together represent a comprehensive archive of her life and personality. But when he suddenly encounters new clips - clips he's never heard before in his endless trawls through her feed - and the clips start talking back to him, it begins to look like his wife is not as lost to him as he imagined. One episode in, we can't say where this will go, but we like where it's starting out. Hear new episodes weekly, for 10 weeks.

Making Gay History

Making Gay History

Curtain

Curtain