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  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • The Roman Empire is falling apart. As the tyrannical reign of Tiberius Caesar comes to an end, his adopted nephew, Gaius, steps into the breach. Guided by his beloved sister, Drusilla, Gaius seems poised to get Rome back on track... until his mind begins to break. Surrounded by ambitious praetorians, vicious siblings and stubborn senators, Gaius descends into a madness beyond even his own reckoning.

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    A collaboration between Blood, Sweat and Tea Productions LTD and Cwmni Ennyn Awaken Productions.

  • Want there to be more good audio drama? Lindsay and Sarah do. Each episode, they'll discuss an aspect of audio drama, examples from current audio drama podcasts, and writing exercises so writers can play along. Join Sarah Golding and Lindsay Harris Friel on a voyage of discovery on the seas of audio drama podcasts.

  • Pint of a Story is a podcast that delivers pint sized stories you’ve never heard before. Stories that are short enough for you to listen to while you walk down to your corner shop, or wait for your friend to arrive at the cafe, or even as you finish your pint - maybe while you assemble a salad. We will narrate very short to short stories and bring out a new one every Friday. So subscribe and stay tuned!

  • Star Trek comics have been coming out for over 50 years! Hear the latest news, reviews and interviews about Star Trek comics from yesterday to today here!

  • This is a story podcast documenting the alternate history of the U.S. and the world from 1963 to 1985, in a world where John F. Kennedy survives and the great upheavals of the time take a different path than they did in real life.

  • A team of investigators looks into suspicious activity of a community organization called The Sharing.

  • After all species in the galaxy suddenly die off, their AI-equipped spaceships are left looking for answers, survivors, and adventure!

    Spaceships is a sci-fi comedy podcast created and written by Filip Momirovski.

    Voiced by Bobby Gaglini and Arson Alfaro.

    Sound-designed and edited by Vlad O.

    Produced by Afterscape.

    If you enjoy Spaceships and would like to support us in making more episodes please consider becoming our patron on

  • A delve in to the paranormal and supernatural with guests recounting their stories from all over the world. Ghost stories, ufo encounters, strange noises and things that go bump in the night. Werewolves? Goblins? Fairies? Demons? Astral projection? Have you ever needed to perform an exorcism? We have stories just like this, from real people with real stories, it is up to you to decide if they are believable or almost unbelievable. #paranormal #ghost #supernatural #podcast

  • The Price of Fear is a horror/mystery radio serial. The host and star of the show was Vincent Price.

    This show stands out in Price's radio career as some of the episodes are based on fictional adventures of Vincent Price himself, in which Price plays himself, while others have him merely introducing the macabre tale of the week. Twenty-two episodes were produced. Writing credits for the series include William Ingram, Stanley Ellin, Richard Davis, R. Chetwynd-Hayes, A. M. Burrage, Elizabeth Morgan, Rene Basilico, Roald Dahl and Price himself.

  • My friend and I thought we would move to the East Coast to get some fresh air and try something new. We can't explain it, but something about the new house

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  • An audio scrapbook of the beloved and seminal sci-fi novel, "The War of the Worlds" by H.G.Wells. Each episode reads through a chapter of the book along with tangents of deep dives, inspired comedy songs and guests.

  • An original short stories podcast, each episode telling a brand new tale. From science fiction and fantasy, to horror, historical, romantic and supernatural, these are tales to transport you - doorways into another world. Written, performed and produced by Calum Bannerman, Stories from the Hearth reminds us what it must have been like to gather around a fire in days gone by, and listen to the tales of a wandering bard. New episodes are released every three weeks. Episode #6 launches Sunday 11th April 2021 (11.04.21). Original artwork by Anna Ferrara.

  • We are The Splintered Chair. This is our entirely improvised project; "Splintered Chair Industries"

    A darkly satirical take on British corporatism, nestled deeply in a twisted world where the internet exists but no one cares. A world where the memo is king and interns are deployed at the cruel whims of malign and god-like directors and where everything you know about the workplace is wrong.

  • The night-time radio show of a lofi-aesthetic city where no one remembers where they came from. It's a calm and relaxing place to live, but there's something bubbling just beneath the surface.Contact us with poems and other stories at:DreamGirlCityRadio@gmail.comLook us up on Facebook:Dream Girl City (podcast) Support this podcast:

  • Newly qualified Police Officer PC Gifty Zahra has at last fulfilled a lifelong ambition to join the force. After making a gruesome discovery, she finds herself at the centre of a tangled web of local corruption. Visit for award winning audio drama.

  • 🤵🏿‍♂️ ARSENE LUPIN ?

    • This modern Robin Hood puts his intelligence, physical strength and his sefl-control to the service of "persecuted innocence".

    He is also an elegant and seductive man, much appreciated by women. He knows how to show himself with an unequalled irony towards the police forces and his rivals (mainly Inspector Ganimard and the British detective Herlock Sholmès (parody of Sherlock Holmes).

    • His childlike side as well as a darker side, a character at once seductive, tortured and mysterious, have ensured his success with many readers. His creator, Maurice Leblanc, was nicknamed "the French Conan Doyle".

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    Unusual death - True StoriesThe Dumbest Criminals - True Stories.Sherlock Holmes, Private investigator.Arsène Lupin, The incredible stories.

    Produced by John Mac & Romain Landsberg. Narrated by Paul Spera. A Studio Midnight program (french company Studio Minuit :

    Did you like this episode? Feel free to comment, share and rate it! A 5 would be perfect. See you soon for new stories! Midnight Studio. Addictive podcast creator.

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    From an island is a podcast drama built from ‘found’ audio files, ranging from voice notes to news reports. It’s a micro drama formed of short episodes to be enjoyed when you have a spare moment.

    Written and produced By Ben Burrell

    From An Island is a Fuelled By Coffee production.

    @benburrell / @fuelledmedia 

  • Inspired by real events – the discovery of three human skulls placed around the tropical paradise of Mahé island in Seychelles – British expatriate journalist Patrick Muirhead’s fictional tale sets him to investigate a mystery in the Indian Ocean.
    He soon uncovers a white aristocratic family’s dark secrets and clues to an unsolved murder committed 20 years earlier.
    When links emerge between the family and the illegitimate birth of a mixed-race baby, a local Catholic priest admits to killing the baby’s father – a blackmailer – and the case seems complete. But the exhumation of the victim’s body from a shallow grave on an old coconut plantation reveals injuries inconsistent with the priest’s confession.
    It leads Patrick to the real killer and a showdown in the mansion home of the proud family’s matriarch, the Comtesse Marie-Alise de Challis.
    All That Remains is the opening ten-part story of The Mahé Mysteries.
    Written and recorded on location by Patrick – a former BBC World Service and Radio 4 announcer living in Mahé – it explores the realities of island life and its sinister underbelly in a seemingly tranquil tropical paradise.

  • Fortnightly audio plays. An online theatre. Currently supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

  • The premier season of Earwig presents six new pieces by Scottish based playwrights, commissioned especially to explore the possibilities of sonic theatre. Designed to be listened to on headphones, incorporating text, sound design and music, Earwig seeks to challenge, inspire, envelope and embrace its audience, inviting you deep into the inner world of its characters, placing you, the listener, at the centre of the drama.