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  • KAYLA's living her best, unfiltered life, vlogging to a loyal, but tiny crowd of 934 followers. Dishing out truth becomes a problem when her MOTHER arrives unannounced to survey the urban trappings her daughter showcases weekly. KAYLA's transparent world is targeted by her mother's overt skepticism, triggering KAYLA to bare it all to prove her mother wrong.

    Starring Brenna Coates and Jessica Steen.

    Featuring Patrick Desmond, Tyson Kash, Gina Dineen, Debbi Dable.

    Sound Edited & Mixed by - Justin Maradin
    Cover Photo - Theresa Kennedy
    Written, Directed & Produced by Hayley Tyson

  • Join host Adam Graham as we journey through all the old time radio programs featuring Sam Spade including adaptations of the Maltese Falcon starring

  • The Big Story is an American radio and television crime drama which dramatized the true stories of real-life newspaper reporters. The only continuing character was the narrator, Bob Sloane.

    Radio
    The Big Story
    Genre Crime drama
    Running time 30 minutes
    Country of origin United States
    Language English
    Syndicates NBC
    Starring Bob Sloane
    Announcer Ernest Chappell
    Written by Gail Ingram
    Arnold Perl
    Max Ehrlich
    Directed by Tom Vietor
    Harry Ingram
    Produced by Bernard J. Prockter
    Original release April 2, 1947 – March 23, 1955
    Opening theme Ein Heldenleben
    Sponsored by Pall Mall cigarettes, the program began on NBC Radio on April 2, 1947. With Lucky Strike cigarettes sponsoring the last two seasons, it was broadcast until March 23, 1955.

    The radio series was top-rated, rivalling Bing Crosby's Philco Radio Time.

    Produced by Barnard J. Prockter, the shows were scripted by Gail Ingram, Arnold Pearl and Max Ehrlich. Tom Vietor and Harry Ingram directed the series. Gail and Harry Ingram were husband and wife. The theme was taken from Ein Heldenleben ("A Hero's Life"), a tone poem by Richard Strauss.

    Prockter was inspired to create the program after hearing about a man who was freed from a life sentence in jail by the work of two newspaper reporters in Chicago. Most of the stories in the show dealt with stories about closed cases. Ross Eaman, in his book, Historical Dictionary of Journalism, wrote that the program was "originally intended to honour reporters ignored by Pulitzer committees ...." Jim Cox also cited that plan in his book, Radio Crime Fighters: More Than 300 Programs from the Golden Age.

    Each week the program recognized the reporter who wrote the story on which that episode was based and the newspaper in which the story appeared. The reporter received $500, was interviewed on the air and was acknowledged in the introduction, as in this example:

    Pall Mall, famous big cigarette, presents The Big Story, another in a thrilling series based on true experiences of newspaper reporters. Tonight, to Russ Wilson of the Des Moines Tribune goes the Pall Mall award for The Big Story. Now, the authentic and exciting story of "The Case of the Ambitious Hobo."

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Starring Brian Donlevy as Steve Mitchell, Dangerous Assignment is a product of the Cold War, with mystery and intrigue cropping up across the globe. Mitchell, an agent for an unnamed U.S. goverment agency, is dispatched to some exotic, faraway place at the beginning of each episode.

  • Hello and welcome to Midnightmare. The podcast where I share immersive horror stories that will surely give you chills. New episodes come out every other Monday! Follow our twitter and instagram to stay updated on future episodes. we hope you enjoy.

  • Bold individualists the world over believe that scary stories are best told over a roaring fire with a bottle of wine. Join horror host Edward October by the fireside to enjoy a curated selection of true, true-ish, and classic tales of horror and the paranormal ... all told with a retro/vintage aesthetic, reminiscent of old time radio. For retro horror of impeccable taste, choose Octoberpod.

  • The Clearing tells the story of an Australian Constable who is blamed for ruining the life of a young activist and tries to redeem himself by helping her fight to save a sacred Birthing Tree from destruction. Her presence, however, ignites buried war memories and unsettled family conflicts, which threaten his stability.

    Written and Read by Belinda Lees

    For more great stories, visit www.thescriptdepartment.net

  • ICE-CREAM is a psychological thriller that follows 14 year old, Elgin Foster, who spends the summer of 1988 with his younger brother, Dustin at his newly divorced father's house in Arizona. Not long after arriving, he begins to witness children being abducted by the local ice-cream truck man. Nobody believes Elgin, not even the local police, which leads him to question if what he saw was real. The listener will follow along as Elgin and neighbor Olivia, do their own investigation to try and uncover who the ice-cream truck man really is and what he is doing to these missing children...

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    ICE-CREAM Premieres SEPTEMBER 26th, 2022 on all podcast platforms! Follow this feed to be amongst the first to listen when it airs.
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    ICE-CREAM stars: Adam Murciano, Hunter Dillon, Princess Davis, Eric Hicks & Lauren Jackson.
    Directed by: Antonio Cordero
    Written By: Adam Blanford, Adam Murciano & Antonio Cordero
    Produced by 911 Podcasts, 2022.

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    گوینده و تهیه کننده: متین رضایی
    کانال تلگرامی : [email protected]

  • A podcast where friends chat about Fire Power by Robert Kirkman, Chris Samnee, Matt Wilson, and Rus Wooton.

  • A 14-episode series of science-fiction short stories, tinged with horror and, I’m not going to lie, sentimentality. Moth travels everywhere and everywhen in search of (often deadly) Discrepancies, and tries to make sense of the Briefs she gets from Collection.
    She also pines a bit for her colleague Cicada.
    Episodes are standalone but linked, and details add up.

  • Cole, Mark, and D come to you to showcase some of the most interesting stories on the Tiny Terrors Offline Scary Story Exchange. As they fall deeper into the grips of the forgotten world of scary stories pen pals, they'll find that not all is as it seems. There are bits of ourselves we give away as we tell our stories, and there are those things without eyes in the dark that feed as we spin our yarns.


    Produced by Pulp Audio


    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • This is a Bob's Burgers review show. We go over each episode, test out the burger of the day and do trivia. Great for all ages. Excellent for anyone who loves Bob's Burgers, useless trivia and great mouth feels.

  • Located in deepest British Columbia, you wouldn't think a town like Darkstead existed. But it does...When a spiteful local woman disappears under mysterious circumstances, it’s up to a jaded vampire detective and his over-eager new recruit to find her.

  • Choice Classic Radio brings to you old time radio’s greatest detectives! Each day we feature a program chosen from the most popular shows of the period. So sit back and enjoy the best detectives The Golden Age of Radio has to offer!
    Our current line-up is
    Monday: Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar
    Tuesday: Dragnet
    Wednesday: Richard Diamond, Private Detective
    Thursday: Boston Blackie
    Friday: The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
    Saturday: The Shadow
    Sunday: Dangerous Assignment
    Please rate us on Apple Podcasts/iTunes. Thanks for listening!

  • Choice Classic Radio brings to you old time radio tales sure to keep you on the edge of your seat! Tune in for the most thrilling mystery, suspense, drama and horror stories the Golden Age of Radio has to offer!
    Our current line-up is

    Monday: Lux Radio Theater
    Tuesday: Inner Sanctum Mystery
    Wednesday: The Whistler
    Thursday: Lights Out
    Friday: Suspense
    Saturday: X Minus 1 & Dimension X
    Sunday: Dark Fantasy
    Please rate us on Apple Podcasts/iTunes.
    Thanks for listening!

  • New audio fiction from Canada written and produced by Zoe Henderson... ..Plus, occasionally (just to mix things up) a music show, featuring Ontario songwriters hosted by Bob Cohen.

  • The Rings Of Power Podcast - Tales From Middle Earth is a community for fans of the television show The Rings Of Power to share throughs and feedback each week about the show. Think of it as your audio water cooler, where you have a say.

  • When mysterious circumstances caused an old scout camp to close 40 years ago, the town is surprised when it reopens with under the supervision of a chipper older man that everyone calls Pappy. Join our group of camp counselors as they guide their cabin of campers through a fun filled summer while trying to solve the mysteries of this haunted campground.

  • The Zero Hour (aka Hollywood Radio Theater) was a 1973–74 American radio drama anthology series hosted by Rod Serling. With tales of mystery, adventure and suspense, the program was broadcast for two seasons. Some of the scripts were written by Serling. Originally placed into syndication on September 3, 1973, the series was picked up by the Mutual Broadcasting System in December of that year. The original format featured five-part dramas broadcast Monday through Friday with the story coming to a conclusion on Friday. Including commercials, each part was approximately 30 minutes long. Mutual affiliates could broadcast the series in any time slot that they wished. In 1974, still airing five days a week, the program changed to a full story in a single 30-minute installment with the same actor starring throughout the week in all five programs