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These little gems are so hilarious, you’ll be convulsed with laughter, gasping for air. With occasional comments by the author, good ol’ Meatball Fulton.

Saratoga Springs was originally produced as 90 (4) minute daily episodes for National Public Radio. So many of these episodes, dealing with the lives and loves of a whole cast of wacky characters in this charming town of Saratoga Springs, are brilliant little gems. But we found that not many people will spend 6 1/2 hours listening to a series about a town they couldn’t care less about, so it was edited down to 2 1/2 hours. What a shame, because some of the finest and funniest things we’ve ever done are buried in here. So, we decided to take the very best episodes, add the author as a character to tie things together, and tell this story in a different way.

​For fans of audio drama, radio drama, radio adventure, adventure radio drama, and short radio dramas.

Audio Samples

Donna in Rio” 320kb/sec MP3 (6.7MB)
Jim Dandy” 320kb/sec MP3 (7.6MB)
Born Again Billie” 320kb/sec MP3 (7.8MB)


by John Clemo Date
Added: Saturday 17 March, 2007

I once knew a fellow who had an interesting tradition: Every year, on the first day of Summer, he would read THE GREAT GATSBY from cover to cover. I admired not only his dedication to tradition, but his choice of material.

It was not long after that I developed my own tradition: On the first day of spring, I would pull out the complete SARATOGA SPRINGS and listen to it from beginning to end as I went through my day.

With that in mind, the compilation entitled THE BEST OF SARATOGA SPRINGS is fine, for what it is, but for us die-hard fans of the original, complete series, it falls short. What are considered BEST by some are not BEST for others.

I would encourage ZBS to bring back the collection in it’s entirety, because, quite frankly, spring is almost here and my tapes are wearing out.


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