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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.

  • The thin line between good and evil, courage and cowardice, heroes and monsters is old as humanity itself. While there are many modern retellings of biblical classics like David and Goliath or the death of Saul and Jonathan, few have explored the timeless truths and universal struggles of the David and Saul story. KINGS: A David and Saul Epic is most appropriate for ages 12+. The five-episode dramatic series is written by Caleb G. Brown, a script doctor and writing instructor who honed his craft with Act One and Lin Pictures (now Rideback). His most recent screenplay credit is Blue Ridge (2020).

  • Welcome to Gray Matter Video, the only video rental store where you can find tapes telling true tales of horrific transformation, bodily destruction, and death from all across the dimensional spectrum.

    With a blend of original stories from author Jonathan Inbody in the proud tradition of Carpenter and Cronenberg, and modern adaptations of classic Weird Fiction tales from authors like H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allan Poe, this full-cast scifi-horror anthology explores the blurred line between psychology and biology alongside the flawed and fragile depths of human nature when faced with the hideous unknown.

    At Gray Matter, everything is horribly, brutally possible. Will you let it get under your skin?

  • Collecting in audiobook form the fanfictions of author The_Carnivorous_Muffin, read by Sam Gabriel!

  • STORY EFFECT is a podcast that celebrates the butterfly effect of stories on our communities, cultures, and selves. In each episode, Writer and Developmental Editor, Abigail K. Perry, interviews a guest on the top stories that impacted their life--be it book, movie, song, you name it. Whether or not you’ve read, heard, or seen the tales discussed on each episode, you’re sure to be inspired by the unique experiences and practical life lessons explored because of these stories.

  • Steve got a Dark Cloud through the Endless Abyss, but he has no idea how to use it, so it just hovers in his closet while he takes odd jobs and avoids Bob, his only friend. The following episodes are a collection of interactions intercepted from inside that cloud.
    A comedy sketch series written and produced by David Huntsberger.

  • The Razumov Files, from Spyscape Studios, is an audacious audio reimagining of Joseph Conrad’s classic spy thriller Under Western Eyes, starring Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey, Brave New World) and Maryam D'Abo (The Living Daylights). Approaching the events leading to the 1917 Russian Revolution like a present-day investigative podcast, The Razumov Files is a radical reinvention of spy fiction - and podcasting. Episode 1 is available wherever you get your podcasts from 23 November 2022. The remaining episodes are available on the same day exclusively with Spyscape+ on Apple Podcasts. A Cup & Nuzzle production, written and directed by Justin Trefgarne.

  • Two teens, Vincent and Robert, will take you on a trip to explore pop culture, sports, and other shenanigans the world has to offer.
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  • In 1979, Grace and her friends witnessed something strange in the night sky - something that changed them forever. Forty years later, Grace is a successful research scientist at global biotech giant, Feelrite. When Grace questions the safety of Feelrite's new anti-ageing treatment, she is suspended and disgraced. As the carefully woven threads of her life unravel, she begins to manifest powers and discovers her true purpose - to save humankind.

  • We interview PC's from different TTRPG's to learn more about them and the quests that they have been on.

  • Welcome to the Sixth World chummers! Shadowrunnin' On Empty is a lore podcast where a seasoned GM (That's me, SoEasyMode) takes a couple of green runners (CaptCozy & AustinCSY) and introduces them all the fun, entertaining and horrible that exists in the Shadowrun Universe. Our runners have exactly ONE experience playing Shadowrun, and are totally in the dark on some of the finer parts of the lore, but we aim to fix that! Join us as I take them on a journey through the sixth world. Hop in, buckle up, and hang on. It's gonna be a wild ride.

  • Friends just talking about life experiences, awkward moments in life and controversial issues.

  • Heavy Bored is a biweekly book podcast that explores a different work of fiction, poetry, or nonfiction each episode. Hosts Andrew Wittstadt and Sophie Weiner desperately attempt to not be bored reading everything from Shakespeare to contemporary pop novels. All for the love of books!

  • Werewolf of Connemara tells the story of The Sodhoppers, an Irish band who never had a hit single but had more supernatural experiences than any other act in musical history. Barreling around the countryside in their beat-up old van, they would meet some of the strangest creatures ever to darken the door of a rural dancehall. The four lads in the band grew up in a harsh 1960s Industrial School (orphanage), but when they finally escape the dreaded institution, their path to musical greatness is sidetracked by a host of fiends they meet along the byroads of rural Ireland, including vampires, a fairy seductress and the mysterious werewolf who runs a lonely dancehall in the middle of Connemara. Werewolf of Connemara is told through the eyes of Fergal McGettigan, lead guitarist with The Sodhoppers. Incarcerated in the Industrial School from a young age, Fergal's quest is not only one of musical fulfillment, but a desperate search for his long lost brother and two sisters. Though each bizarre adventure seems to bring Fergal no closer to his ultimate goal, hidden behind these fantastical encounters may lie the truth about the fate of his long lost family.

  • CBS Radio Mystery Theater (a.k.a. Radio Mystery Theater and Mystery Theater, sometimes abbreviated as CBSRMT) was a radio drama series created by Himan Brown that was broadcast on CBS Radio Network affiliates from 1974 to 1982, and later in the early 2000s was carried by the NPR satellite feed. The format was similar to that of classic old time radio shows like The Mysterious Traveler and The Whistler, in that the episodes were introduced by a host (E. G. Marshall) who provided pithy wisdom and commentary throughout. Unlike the hosts of those earlier programs, Marshall is fully mortal, merely someone whose heightened insight and erudition plunge the listener into the world of the macabre (in a manner similar to that of The Man in Black on yet another old time radio program, Suspense). As with Himan Browns prior Inner Sanctum Mysteries, each episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater opened and closed with the ominous sound of a creaking crypt door, accompanied by Marshalls disturbing utterance, Come in!… Welcome. Im E. G. Marshall. This was followed by one of Marshalls other catchphrases, usually either The sound of suspense or The fear you can hear. At the conclusion, the door would swing shut, preceded by Marshalls classic sign off, Until next time, pleasant… dreams? Marshall hosted the program from January 1974 until February 1982, when actress Tammy Grimes took over for the series last season, maintaining the format. CBSRMT was broadcast each weeknight, at first with a new program each night. Later in the run three or four episodes were new originals each week, and the remainder repeats. There were 1,399 original episodes. The total number of broadcasts, including reruns, was 2,969. Each episode was allotted a full hour of airtime, but after commercials and news, episodes typically ran for about 45 minutes.

  • Haunted by the ghosts of his recent past, PI Hunter James leaves Pensacola, Florida, in the hopes of finding the means to start a new life in South America. The problem is there are ghosts on whatever path he takes.

  • One history teacher and one law student go on a journey through the Tortall Universe to uncover the origins and references within Tamora Pierce's legendarium.

  • Books with Abena is a light-hearted podcast that puts a spotlight on African and Black literary culture. The podcast celebrates the art of storytelling and literature by Africans and Black authors past and present. The podcast will feature in-depth discussions and interviews with authors, publishers, and influencers on reading, writing, and publishing on the continent and in the diaspora. Through this podcast, I hope to create awareness on African and Black experiences and how it relates to current events.

  • A MTV's Teen Wolf rewatch podcast where 3 best friends dive into the mythology, storyline, characters, and parallels of the show. Meghan as host and fan of the show walks her best friends, Erin and Avalon, through each episode as new watchers to Teen Wolf. New episodes every Wednesday! Follow us on Instagram for all podcast updates @thenemetontwpod Music: Climb by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

  • Join two fans of Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's Dragonlance books, Jonathon Howard and Shivam Bhatt, as they read through the 100+ books in this vast and sprawling Fantasy World inspired by the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game.