Bedtime Story is a public access program on RadioFairfax (“radio” is kind of a misnomer because it actually airs on TV, but only as background audio). The show was originally conceived of to provide children, particularly ones who are blind, dyslexic, or whose parents are likewise disabled or illiterate, with a bedtime story, but we believe everyone of all ages will enjoy the show. It features unadulterated fairy/folktales that bear little resemblance to the sanitized Disney versions of today. A narrator reads them aloud to listeners, like an audiobook.

Since its inception, the concept of Bedtime Story Broadcast has expanded to also provide creative people of all types and ages with an audience with which to showcase their talents. Together, we can come up with opportunities for actors, animators, composers, graphic artists, illustrators, musicians, singers, writers, etc. Every aspect of this show is crowd sourced. The level of involvement is up to the individual. They do not need to live anywhere near Virginia to volunteer.

RadioFairfax is cablecast via Fairfax Public Access (FPS). Subscribers to Comcast in Falls Church or Fairfax County and Verizon Fios in Falls Church, or Fairfax County, or Arlington County (West), or Loudon County, or Leesburg, or Stafford County, or Fredericksburg can tune into the station via channel 37. Subscribers to Cox in Reston can tune in via channel 27. The show’s time slot is still TBD, but it will air once a week, for 58 minutes). Anyone, anywhere in the world will be able to listen live. Previous episodes are available on our YouTube channel.