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What happens when a sassy thief meets a Scottish werewolf? Supernatural shenanigans ensue in this actual play Monster of the Week RPG podcast.
It’s been more than twenty years since Aditi and Akash dated, and lost touch with each other. After reconnecting one day, they plan to meet each other in Delhi -- and spend half a day walking down memory lanes.
Murder at Midnight was an old-time radio show featuring macabre tales of suspense, often with a supernatural twist. It was produced in New York and was syndicated beginning in 1946. The show's writers included Robert Newman, Joseph Ruscoll, Max Ehrlich and William Norwood, and it was directed by Anton M. Leder. The host was Raymond Morgan, who delivered the memorable lines of introduction over Charles Paul's effective organ theme: "Midnight, the witching hour when the night is darkest, our fears the strongest, and our strength at its lowest ebb. Midnight, when the graves gape open and death strikes." A total of 50 episodes were produced. Ten shows were syndicated and rerun on Mutual in 1950.
In the world of fanfiction, Harry Potter is the most searched for fandom. Each week, I will share my passion for HP fanfic by reading excerpts from some of my favorites, including my own. I will also share my comments, reflections, and discuss deeper meanings and themes in each fanfic. Disclaimer: the fanfiction read in each episode belongs to its identified author. The world of Harry Potter belongs to J. K. Rowling. This podcast contains adult themes, language, and content.
Lights Out is an American old-time radio program devoted mostly to horror and the supernatural. Created by Wyllis Cooper and then eventually taken over by Arch Oboler, versions of Lights Out aired on different networks, at various times, from January 3, 1934 to the summer of 1947 and the series eventually made the transition to television. Lights Out was one of the earliest radio horror programs, predating Suspense and Inner Sanctum
At one point, far in the past (not that time exists) someone did what someone always does: built something in the face of chaos.
When the waves of the universe crash unrelentingly, when the stars seem indifferent to your plight, suddenly there is a diner.
We open at 6.
Have you heard the stories of the Putty Man? With his misshapen & melting face, he’s a local legend in Los Angeles. With only fleeting glimpses of him ever being seen, he is supposedly responsible for scores of people going missing from Griffith Park over the past few decades. What is the truth behind his origins? And what happens when the story you go looking for winds up finding you instead? Find out on Searching for Putty Man, a new investigative podcast series from iHeartRadio and Bamfer Productions.
Always striving to be the reason you're afraid to use the bathroom at night. New story added every week. Mega-episode on the last Thursday of every month! Some stories may contain harsh language or descriptions of violence and gore. Listener discretion advised.
In her own unique way, Megan hosts this show about legends, myths, and conspiracy theories. Through her own satirical way, she tells these stories and always adds in her own opinion. With a little finesse, a sparking sense of humor, a dash of sass, and southern charm comes each week’s episode.
What if everything you've ever been told about your mother was a lie? What if you were raised to kill on those lies? And what if your own blood became your deadliest secret? Follow Ellowyn, a King’s Assassin, as she comes to realize that the rebellion against the monarchy isn’t as misguided as she’s been raised to believe. Bloodlines is a fantasy audio-drama podcast created by Rae Flores. New episodes are released every Tuesday. Coming 2021.
A cosy murder mystery set in Wales during a very boring apocalypse.
Life in Prosperity heights during the apocalypse is boring. That is until the day-to-day tedium is shattered by murder!
Serial slacker Jack Davies and his housemate's, Kara and Gethin, set out to solve the crime.
Will Jack be able to concentrate long enough to find the murderer?
Will Kara kill Jack before they even find the killer?
Will Geraint's English neighbours ever learn to pronounce his name correctly?
Find out, in the first series of Gather the Suspects.
Lydia was perfect, because Soft Voice told her exactly what to do and what to say. But one day, Soft Voice left.
SOFT VOICE stars Naomi Scott, Olivia Cooke, and Bel Powley.
Written and directed by James Bloor.
From series creator and producer Cam Tait
My love of listening to voices, sound effects and music goes back to my teenage days. Radio personality Bob Comfort did a piece on 630 CHED called Posters for Your Mind, combining his voice telling a story and then, very cleverly, picking a current piece of music to drive home the point.
It made an impeccable impact.
And, it inspired me to, maybe, make a profession as a radio producer.
Back in the early 1970s, though, technology was … well, a turntable, a cassette tape recorder and a microphone.
Add in my shaky and unco-ordinated hand — I have cerebral palsy — and, for some reason, my family and friends weren’t very pleased to find multiple scratches on their records.
Record needles and me? Not a marriage made in heaven.
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Same with audio tape: my good friend Brian Wilkes lent me his favourite eight-track cartridge for one of my projects.
When the tape got twisted between those two plastic heads on the top, no problem, I thought.
I can do this.
Tape was all over the basement. And the harder I tried the bigger mess I made.
But something whispered in my ear to keep chasing my producer idea.
Off to NAIT I went to take Radio and Television Arts. To my instructor’s astute credit, they didn’t let me within 100 yards of their state-of-the-art turntables and impressive record library.
Yet, I learned about writing copy — good, crisp copy — for the ear.
My love for the spoken word continued but my dream of producing audio was put on pause until 2009, when my good friend Doug Woolgar told me about Afghanada on CBC radio.
The half-hour drama was about Canadian soldiers serving in Afghanistan. I was hooked.
And it gave my an idea about writing my own fictional drama about a police chief who becomes physically disabled and returns home.
Home care, government funding, equipment challenges are in the storyline. Also mental toughness, acceptance and denial, and family dynamics.
Spending lots of time at home over the past year, I’ve had time to surf the internet. I found Voicemaker.in, a text-to-speech program with over 100 different voices.
I admit: they aren’t like the real thing and they don’t have much inflection or tone. But we’re working on it.
I have a 24-part series called The Awkward Homecoming, with the first three episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other podcast platforms.
I am having a blast.
But … this isn’t about me. It’s about technology allowing disabled people to creatively enter the booming podcast industry.
It’s another form of storytelling. And, for me, that never gets old.
Hi there and welcome! Seaside stories is a collection of spooky, strange and weird short stories written and told by the three of us; Sara, Erin and Amanda. Each episode will alternate on who reads and each week you’ll hear from a different one of us. So get comfy and settle into Seaside stories.
WARNING : Some episodes may not be suitable for younger listeners, may contain disturbing themes. Listeners discretion advised.
Campfire Stories is an auditory retelling of our favorite tales about those creepy creatures that go bump in the night. Geared not only to scare but also to delight listeners. This horror fiction podcast mixes both riveting and classic spooky stories, around a campfire at a mysterious camp. Each episode is crafted uniquely for each tale giving listeners an over-the-shoulder experience at Camp Redrum.
The classic American radio series, enacting the cases of a dedicated Los Angeles police detective, Sergeant Joe Friday, and his partners. The show took its name from the police term "dragnet", meaning a system of coordinated measures for apprehending criminals or suspects.
Ritualistic is a biweekly horror and psychological thriller podcast following the recordings of anthropology student Jamie Locke, who is studying human sacrifices while stationed on the dig site of an abandoned church.
سلام دوستان همراه.......شاعران پارسی زحمات زیادی جهت خلق اشعار بی نظیر و بی بدیل پارسی نمودند اما به دلایل مختلف از جمله ضیق وقت در جهان مدرن امروز بسیاری از این آثار خارج از دسترس دوستداران فرهنگ و ادبیات فارسی قرار گرفته است . در این پادکست سعی براین است تا بقدر بضاعت از این سرچشمه ی عسل نوشیده به دوستداران شعر و غرل بنیوشانم .💖💖 محمد مصدق فروردین ۹۹
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