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Cornucopia Radio

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Cornucopia Radio creates and broadcasts original audio sketch comedy, audio drama, monologues, streams of consciousness, music, and other eclectic productions. Shows are broadcast by podcast and on their own internet radio station. They have an open door policy for writers and performers. Potential applicants can contact them by email at studio@cornucopia-radio.co.uk.

Their internet radio station Cornucopia Broadcasting features a rotating schedule of all the audio productions created by their team of writers, performers, and producers. It also features works by other creative groups from across the world.

They also produce Pod To Pluto, a comedy scifi sitcom and http://www.cornucopia-radio.co.uk/a-little-bit-racey/ a comedy improv podcast

They also offer services in which they can host, publicize (making sure it's on iTunes and other podcast directories), and offer advise on creating podcasts.

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