Skönlitteratur – Nya podcasts

  • I Rollspelspodden Skräckblandat frossar vi i skräckrollspel som Call of Cthulhu, Chock, Skrömt och på sikt förhoppningsvis fler. Varje äventyr inleds med en Session Noll där vi skapar våra karaktärer och pratar om förutsättningarna för det kommande äventyret.

    Vi kommer också att skjuta in bonusavsnitt med tips och trix om hur vi skapar egna äventyr och hur just vi använder bild, ljud och hjälpmedel för att få fram den bästa stämningen.

    Måndag = nytt avsnitt!

    /Lars, Emma, Stefan och Mikael.

    Rollspelspodden Skräckblandat är ett samarbete med NBV.

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  • Single-serving actual play from the weird and wonderful world of collaborative storytelling.

  • Romantic mystery as read by the author:
    Susanna Hightower needs an escape from her life in New York. When she happens upon an ad for a flower shop for sale in Cartman, Texas, Susanna finds herself on a path to small-town life in search of the peaceful way of life she's been so desperate to find. But in a town the size of Cartman, she soon discovers that arranging flowers isn't the only job description. Keeping the town's secrets is a full-time job of its own. She must discover for herself which secrets are best kept and which secrets are big enough to threaten the town and its way of life.

  • This will be a series of me reading out my Fan Fictions for my readers to enjoy while going about their busy lives, hope you all enjoy.

  • A Locked Tomb reread podcast where we simultaneously unpack wtf is going on in Gideon the Ninth and Harrow the Ninth. We unapologetically obsess over Gideon, Harrow, and every other beloved and dreadful character. This podcast is FILLED with spoliers - both from Gideon the Ninth and Harrow the Ninth. First time readers: come back once you've finished both books!

  • A six-episode podcast of short horror stories for the birthday bear

  • Fourth Watch Files is hosted by Carl Crew, known as the Barnum of Burbank Blvd. He is the founder of the California Institute of Abnormalarts in North Hollywood, which is a circus themed freak show night club, focusing on the extreme and unusual. Carl is also an actor, screenwriter and filmmaker, starring in the movies Jeffrey Dahmer: The Secret Life and Blood Diner, an underground cult classic. Carl takes a look at a wide variety of unusual topics, including Bigfoot, UFOs, secret societies and conspiracy theories in this new show exclusively on Freedom First Network.

  • A Tale of Two Cities (1859) is a historical novel by Charles Dickens; it is moreover a moral novel strongly concerned with themes of guilt, shame, redemption and patriotism.

    The plot centers on the years leading up to French Revolution and culminates in the Jacobin Reign of Terror. It tells the story of two men, Charles Darnay and Sydney Carton, who look very alike but are entirely different in character.

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  • Authors Beth McMullen and Lisa Schmid iron out the wrinkles in writing, publishing, and everything in between . . . One podcast at a time.

  • 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.

    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."

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  • 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.

  • Tanya Reynolds (Sex Education) stars in a dark, near-future science fiction fairytale about a robot who can feel, and the world that attempts to control her. When a robot called Eliza falls in love with Him (Arthur Darvill, Doctor Who), they work together to make her fully sentient. But consciousness doesn’t come without consequences. As Eliza gets caught in a web of both loving and abusive relationships, she has to fight to survive. #OneVoiceRaisesAnother
    Eliza is a Crowd Network original made in partnership with The Pankhurst Trust / Manchester Women’s Aid. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, help is available now. You can call the 24/7 national helpline on 0808 2000 247 and get free confidential advice at
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  • The Paracelsus Effect is a gothic inspired urban fantasy audio drama about redemption, magic, queerness, and saving the world

  • Meet Cute Presents: Mall Brats. Welcome to the mall in the early 2000s, a place where if all else fails, you can still get an Auntie Anne’s pretzel for under five dollars. Maxine’s just started working at the Clinique counter, and to make her time more interesting, she’s decided to conduct an investigation into the mall. Any good journalist knows not to get involved with their subjects, but who said Maxine was any good?

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