I'm told the audio adaptation of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds that I scripted was aired online on Christmas Day by the American Council of the Blind.
Their online radio feed offers a regular stream of old time radio drama and other programming.
I was kind of excited to learn we got the holiday slot. The producer, Troy Thayne, had hoped to have the production finished for Halloween, sort of in remembrance of the Orson Wells broadcast, but sound editing took a little longer than expected. (I should note ours is quite different from the 1930s version. It sets the tale in England in the 1890s, closer to the period of the novel.)
Working on an old time radio style drama--of which I am a fan--has been exciting all around, and it proved to be a truly international production.
The actors, led by the fabulously talented Martyn Tott, were all British, and the soundtrack was composed by Greek musical artist Yiannis Kranidiotis.
You can listen to a streaming sound clip via the banner at the right.