Little City in Space Download Revue #18

LCS promo photo - Stu & Damon wFlashlight Stuart & Damon Mathews (pictured above) carried on as regular hosts of The Little City in Space show between 1981 and 1983 . In the LCS aircheck presented on Download Revue #18, they’re joined by special guest Dave Vischer. Features: This Week’s Scratchy Record; News,  Sports,  Joblines; Otto’s Nose Wear. Listen at archive.org

Photo by Gordon Mathews. LCS Download Revue features classic clips &Internet Archive logo all-new material by The Post Void Radio Theater. Edited & curated by Stu Mathews & Chuck Isle; broadcast engineered by Chris Waterbury, on The Musical Transportation Spree, KFAI (Mpls.-St.Paul). ***Now Archived, Download Revues #14 and #15 posted on our LCS page under Comments.

The Post Void: Damon,Peter and Stuart

LCS promo photo - Stu&DwPeterTVThe Post-Void combo that has probably done the greatest number of Little City in Space radio shows is Damon Mathews (left), Peter Stenshoel (on TV) and Stuart Mathews (right). (Photo by Gordon Mathews)

They were present (with Jeff Pike) when LCS started in 1978; after a two year sojourn in Japan, Peter re-joined as a regular in 1983; Damon, Peter & Stu performed in the Little City in Space movie; andDamon-Peter-Stu after LCS left KFAI in 1985, the trio spent many hours creating audition tapes for National Public Radio.

Little City in Space *Download Revue # 13 Post-Void political satire: crazy candidates vie for votes. Damon, Peter & Stu use their floating space platform to deliver hilarious speeches. Listen archive.orgInternet Archive logo

*Stu Mathews, Chuck Isle host Download Revue: Shows from LCS’ past, plus new material from members of the Post Void Radio Theater. A feature of KFAI’s Musical Transportation Spree.

JUST ARCHIVED: Early LCS! December 1978 – January 1979 see comments on Scorchedear’s Little City in Space Page for links to airchecks.

January 21, 1979 – Little City logoStuart, Damon & Peter welcome KFAI listeners to orbiting satellite LCS-1. Gems of mirth at the birth of the long-running show. Listen to 1-21-79 at archive.org

The Little City in Space Art of Gordon Mathews

Gordon Mathews (1930-2008) commercial artist, father of The Post Void Radio Theater‘s Stuart & Damon Mathews, created this dazzling LCS logo with ideas from the boys. LCS full-color logo enhanced

Listen to Little City In Space

The Little City in Space show, created by the Post-Void Radio Theater, returned to KFAI in 1988. Jerry joined regulars Peter Stenshoel (center) and Stu Mathews (right) at this point, as LCS  found new fans who had never heard the show’s initial 1978-1985 run.

Long-time LCS regular features returned: The Paul Bunny Report News from Nowhere , Sports and Joblines. New sponsors included Holy Cola; Starplate of Lavonne; Wursterkaasen Scenario Beer; Hokey Smokies. There were new voices of Occam E. Razor, Carl Toad, Sergeant Stratofender, and The Listener. Mark Masyga contributed fake ads for Post-Modern Flakes; The Freud Daddy; Wiggly Vehement Gum and more.

Just go to our Little City in Space page here at ScorchedEar and scroll down to Comments to find links to shows from 1988-1990.

The LCS-Y2K  Show braced listeners for yet another  kooky calendar shift in 2000 with the Post-Voiders girding their loins for who-knows-what’s-gonna-be happenings globally and aboard LCS-1! Listen at archive.org now!  Internet Archive logo

Golden Cage of Radio Vol. 4: Little City In Space

Stu Mathews, Peter Stenshoel and Jerry brought back Little City in Space to KFAI in 1988 after a three year absence, and Golden Cage Vol. 4 collects audio examples with Planet-Go-Round, Jolly Gambler Department Store, Big Gunny Sack O’ Peanuts, Paul Bunny, News from Nowhere (“The Hollow Earth is real!”), live Skeleton Crew (Fred Frith, Tom Cora, Zeena Parkins).
Here’s a taster: Stu and Jerry’s ad for the galaxy’s biggest amusement park, Planet-Go-Round!

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