Eddie, Adam, and David have the same gift. Separated by generations, they are linked by their ability to time travel. Using their dreams, they can appear like ghosts, wherever and whenever they want. The first is the genius who discovers dreamwalking. The second is a Haunter, a dreamterrorist, determined to change history for his own ends. The last is the novice dreamwalker who must battle to save his family, and himself, from oblivion.
Thomas Taylor was the first to translate the complete works of Plato into English and as such, a prominent Neoplatonist of his day. He wrote prolifically and his huge body of work has been influential on generations of writers and thinkers that followed him. Here he presents us with a concise summary of Platonic philosophy in the form of a creed. It is not intended to be heard as dogma, so much as it is a guide for students and thinkers alike.
Dan can see ghosts. See them, speak to them, and sometimes help them - for a price. Dan and his ghostly sidekick, Simon, help the unquiet dead solve their problems and move on. But when they take on the case of a teenage shoplifter, things start to spin out of control. Soon Dan is up against a dangerous and badly dressed gangster, a rather unusual vicar, the ghost of a Victorian stage magician who cut off his own head, and a spot of grave robbing!
A full cast, fully soundscaped production for the holidays from the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company! Welcome, welcome one and all to our family Christmas! To every family Christmas that ever was or ever will be! Behold the traditional Christmas tree weighted down with ornaments and decorations! Every five year old's Christmas morning writ large and come true! Christmas is memories.