Welcome to…The Parson’s Nose Radio Theater of the Air!

Our NEW series, presenting classics to everyone. Click each EPISODE below. First up? Lance Davis and Mary Chalon present Kenneth Grahame’s immortal “Wind in the Willows: Part One: The Riverbankers”. Sound design by Dave Bennett.


The Wind in the Willows

Moley and Ratty Dine!

Scotsman Kenneth Grahame’s immortal classic. Adapted by Lance Davis.

Set in Edwardian 1907, along the River Thames, the story of Mr. Mole, who pops above ground one spring day for “an adventure”, and finds a new pal, Ratty, who is more than happy to introduce him to his riverbank friends.

5 Chapters. Total running time: 65 minutes

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About Wind in the Willows

Episode 1 Moley Meets the Riverbankers

Episode 2 Introducing Mr. Toad 

Episode 3 Moley Lost in the Wild Wood!

Episode 4 Mr. Badger’s Bungalow

Episode 5 Home At Last

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The Summoning of Everyman

Sainte Chapelle, Paris

Lance Davis performs his original radio adaptation of the mysteriously joyful, Medieval Morality Play THE SUMMONING OF EVERYMAN! With original score by Tom Peters. (40 minutes)

In the Middle Ages, life for many was spare and fleeting. Cautionary Christian lessons of salvation and stories of the glories of eternal life were taught to the illiterate – but not unintelligent – populace not only in sermons, but also in the comforting symbolism of ritual, stained glass, and Morality and Mystery plays.


The Tale of Noah’s Ark

The inspiring tale of the beleaguered servant, ridiculed for his faithfulness to God, but rewarded for his belief. Lance Davis’ comic, radio telling of NOAH’S ARK  (ages 6+) (20 minutes)


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