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  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Hello and welcome to the Dark Matter Magazine podcast, an audio presentation of the short fiction, interviews, and features you’ll find in the pages of Dark Matter Magazine. Our magazine strives to curate the best and darkest of horror and science fiction from both new and established voices. This podcast is no different.

  • The Case Files short crime fiction story podcast is perfect for busy lives.

    Each murder mystery story is less than an hour in length, so whether you're listening during your lunch break, visiting the gym or walking the dog, these twisted tales will keep you company.

    If you love audio drama or true crime podcasts, then the Case Files short crime fiction stories are just for you.

    Written by USA Today bestselling crime author Rachel Amphlett and brought to life by actors from around the world, the Case Files mysteries are available in eBook, print and audiobook from and all major retailers – you can also borrow them for free from libraries.

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  • Alien Worlds was a science fiction/adventure omnibus—an anthology with the same characters set in the same universe, as opposed to an anthology of completely unrelated stories. The series was independently created, produced, and directed by Lee Hansen from 1979 to 1980. He produced 30 episodes covering 19 individual plotlines. Episodes were in standard 30-minute format, but story arcs were as long as 90 minutes.

    It's the mid-21st century and the International Space Authority (ISA) is the body which governs space exploration and development. Alien Worlds follows the adventures of ISA staff as they encounter strange cosmic mysteries. Some episodes take place aboard Starlab, an orbiting space station, while other episodes take place throughout the galaxy. All of the episodes are full of action.

    The series was written by Lee Hansen and Ron Thompson, with various co-writers, including Ken Ross, Jim Cook, Skip Press, Dudley Brown, Mike Hodel, and Babylon 5 writer J. Michael Stracynski. The full-symphonic soundtrack was written by Jim Kirk and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.

  • Welcome to the color soaked psychedelic cosmic nightmare you've been waiting for (whether you knew it or not.)

    Where every tragedy is a ritual and every sacrifice is a joke.

    Welcome to Wireland Ranch

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  • Character, plot, and career discussion to help you with your theatrical writing.

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  • Lore of the Rings: Wander the world of JRR Tolkien is an introduction to JRR Tolkien's mythology and the stories that are foundational to the Lord of the Rings. This show is for you if you've only seen the movies, or maybe even read the books, and want to know a little more of Tolkien's tales but don't want to read The Silmarillion. This show will prepare you so that you can deepen your enjoyment of of Amazon Studios' upcoming LOTR series. Subscribe and share with a friend! Support this podcast:

  • For comedy, history, self-improvement & culture fans. ☘️Shannon, is a “Plastic Paddy”; a clueless Irish-American who loves Ireland. She’s at the arts residency to collaborate with her Druidic-healer poet cousin. (They met online when their DNA matched on a genealogy website.)The residency is rundown, the lakefront is full of stoats and her fellow housemates put her “positivity practice” to the test. As they prepare to inaugurate the new Megacorp Exhibition Hall, an heiress, a hot groundskeeper, a fairy fort, a famous Russian dissident artist, and an army of frisky stoats have other plans.

  • 3 Independent Irish Booksellers talking books. A Tale of Three Indies is brought to you by Antonia, from Antonia's Bookstore, Cian, from The Maynooth Bookshop & Dawn from Woodbine Books.

  • It’s finally time us men had our own romance novels. St. James St. James is the greatest sexual icon in the history of the world. He bones hard, is completely unapologetic, and probably f**ked your grandma. These stories are just as horrific and awe-inducing as you can imagine. You’re welcome.

  • In this series of funny monologues Frances Rosenblatt recounts the ups and downs (mostly downs) of her career and love-life. You might laugh, you might cry - but you’ll definitely relate. And there won’t be a dry leg in the house.

  • Peter Griffin hosts a podcast to pay for his wife's funeral. Created by thesmalldude.

  • The Iliad, together with the Odyssey, is one of two ancient Greek epic poems traditionally attributed to Homer. The poem is commonly dated to the 8th or 7th century BC, and many scholars believe it is the oldest extant work of literature in the Greek language, making it the first work of European literature. The existence of a single author for the poems is disputed as the poems themselves show evidence of a long oral tradition and hence, multiple authors. The poem concerns events during the tenth and final year in the siege of the city of Iliun, or Troy, by the Greeks.

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  • Créés dans le cadre de l'exposition Ô Merde! du Musée de la civilisation, présentée par H₂O Innovation, Les Contes des mille et une merdes proposent de courtes histoires imaginées par trois conteurs sur des thématiques réfléchies autour, hé oui!, du caca. Richesses sous-estimées, sources d'humour intarissables et porteuses d'enjeux sociaux, les déjections humaines sont pourtant complètement évacuées du discours culturel et social. Prêtez l'oreille, car la merde est un sujet excrémement riche!

    Une série produite par le Musée de la civilisation de Québec et réalisée par La puce à l'oreille, d'après une idée originale d'Anaïs Palmers.

    Production : Caroline Thériault-Lepage et Nadine Davignon (Musée de la civilisation)

    Réalisation, montage et conception sonore : Francis Thibault pour La puce à l'oreille

    Textes et narration : Anaïs Palmers, Yolaine Carrier et Yoda Lefebvre

    Illustration : Maylee Keo

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  • Welcome to Infinite Rabbit Hole, the podcast that explores the depths of the worlds that parallel our own. Join us every week as we explore everything from the far reaches of the multiverse to the vast caverns of open space beneath our feet. Some paths lead to the upright walking nightmares that stalk the forests of the world and some paths lead into your own subconscious. Where will the Infinite Rabbit Hole lead us this week? The only way to find out is to tune in! Support this podcast:

  • What happened at the Observatory? Who is Dr. Bruknenko? What is in those core samples?

    And, most importantly…

    Where is Jimmy Curtains?

  • Dire Wild is a western horror Dungeons and Dragons podcast centered around a group of Wild West adventurers thrown into the heart of darkness.

    Themes will involve...
    Death, murder, gore, religion, psychological torment, and adult language/situations.

  • The Bootsy Boys got tired of waiting for Michael Flatley to release his modern day masterpiece, action spy thriller, ‘Blackbird’, so they wrote their own version. Starring Edwin Sammon, Finbarr Doyle & The Bootsy Boys, Edited by Michael Sullivan and Directed by Mikey Fleming.

    The Bootsy Boys are a sketch group comprised of Steve Bennett, Victor Bible, Fionn ‘Danger’ Cleary, Jordan Daniel, Brian Garvan, Niall Johnson, Kori Schagunn, Michael Sullivan, & Richard Zimmermann. They are part of MOB Theatre Dublin. @thebootsyboys ( on Instagram.

  • Welcome to a world very much like our own, but with one key difference: in this world, folklore is rooted in stark reality. The Wayfarer's Compendium guides listeners through stories of strange events, close encounters, political conflicts, and tragic history, all set in a unique world that blends reality and mythology.

  • The Prairieland Paranormal Podcast is an exploration into all things paranormal with dramatic storytelling, historical research, relevant science, and witness accounts.

  • Roll To Meddle is an actual play podcast.
    Based on the Powered By The Apocalypse inspired tabletop roleplaying game Brindlewood Bay by Jason Cordova, Roll To Meddle is a full murder mystery campaign.
    Influenced by Murder, She Wrote, the works of Agatha Christie, the H.P. Lovecraft mythos, with a dash of adventure of the week TV shows, our retiree characters solve mysteries while slowly piecing out the larger, dark conspiracy below the surface.
    Set on the fictional island of Brindlewood Bay within the very real Thousand Island Park, our stories are set within this archipelago in the St. Lawrence River between New York state and the Provence of Ontario.