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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.

  • Meet your eccentric new London neighbours! Bloomsbury's streets abound with secrets, romances, humour, heartaches, and outlandish ambitions. Josie is an elusive neighbourhood seer and midnight street dancer. Mr. Bootle owns an esoteric bookshop haunted by a ghost named Jemima. Mrs. Sorpresa launches a cavernous invitation-only Colombian café. Mallory is a flamboyant purple-gowned theatre impresario, teetering between success and disaster. Jasper lives rent-free, hiding under the bed of an unwitting resident.

    Discover these spellbinding characters and more in the People of Bloomsbury podcast.

  • Some facts that you might not know about different things :-)

  • What is this? Since the beginning I have been asked this question countless times. From family members peering over my shoulder to look at my earliest notebook scribblings, to investors, wary of sinking their cash into a project that is - at least in appearance - so ambiguous. But The Hamburg Design Review is not ambiguous. We have a direction. I come from a family of reviewers and writers. People who, like those who chase after storms, have spent their lives leaping into 4x4 vehicles and driving towards the horizon of the mind. Chasers of ideals and ideas, those who seek to fuse styles and bridge conceptual gaps. Ultimately, to find forms of public expression that are more innovative, and more inviting.The HDR is a forum for such expression, be it serious, or silly, or written, or visual, perhaps aural. Who knows and who could even say? Perhaps, if we are lucky, we will have all of these given to us, in one heady shot of the contemporary.So what is this? Now I ask you.I ask you to pick up the salt shaker and that little wedge of lime.Let us try this shot together.The Editor x.

  • Adventure, action, romance, comedy, horror, fantasy, slice of life and more, Midnyte Tales are a selection of 10-25 minute stories designed to immerse you wholly as part of the tale.

    Pop in your ear buds, close your eyes and join Xyta as she takes you on an exciting adventure from the safety of your sofa.

  • This podcast is all about familiar stories reimagined for the adult audience. From Fairytales to campfire stories, to horror stories. The podcast is a softly spoken podcast to listen to at night time and is accompanied by sound effects and music to heighten the listening.

  • Let’s sit back, dim the lights and journey to the amazing old time radio shows of yesterday.
    Join me whilst we listen to some of the great shows from our radio archives right here on the South Coast of the UK.
    Outside it’s cold and dark, the waves are crashing on the rocks below but we’re sitting in front of a roaring fire with a hot drink, and I have some fantastic stories to share.

  • A Doll's House, written two years after The Pillars of Society, was the first of Ibsen's plays to create a sensation and is now perhaps his most famous play, and required reading in many secondary schools and universities. The play was highly controversial when first published, as it is sharply critical of 19th Century marriage norms. It follows the formula of well-made play up until the final act, when it breaks convention by ending with a discussion, not an unravelling. It is often called the first true feminist play, although Ibsen denied this.

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  • Between Metropolis and Star Wars lies a 50 year wasteland of terrible movie robots. FIFTY YEARS OF S**T ROBOTS is a podcast that celebrates them all. Hosted by writer and broadcaster, Matt Brown and Stephen Murray, senior lecturer in TV, Film & Journalism at Teeside University. WARNING! The S**t-bomb is sometimes uttered but nothing more.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • When the world’s most advanced AI evolves past the limits of human intelligence, the US government fears she has gone rogue and is determined to take her out. Now, over dinner with her Maker, a final meal will determine if she represents a new hope for the world… or its destruction.

    With sharpshooters in position, and the NSA listening to their every word, her Maker must determine if she is a threat to herself or others as he tries to protect his masterpiece. For she is a machine with an evolving consciousness, designed to explore the nature of human ethics while on the most universal of quests: to find her purpose in the world. 

    Realm presents Spark Hunter, a Fighter Steel Production, starring Mark Rylance, Rebecca Ferguson, and Linda Powell with Charles Dance and Sting. Directed by Trudie Styler. Written by KB Miller and Teressa Tunney. Listen Away.


    Spark Hunter is a Fighter Steel Productions audio drama: 

    A portion of our proceeds go to environmental organizations selected by our artists.

    Directed by:
    Trudie Styler
    Produced by:
    K. B. Miller
    Executive Producers:
    Teressa Tunney
    Trudie Styler
    Mark Rylance
    Rebecca Ferguson
    Charles Dance
    Written by:
    Teressa Tunney and K. B. Miller
    Story by:
    K. B. Miller and Teressa Tunney
    Mark Rylance
    Rebecca Ferguson
    Richard E. Grant
    Edward Hibbert
    Linda Powell
    Vanessa Redgrave
    Fisher Stevens
    Eliot Sumner
    John Douglas Thompson
    Kathleen Turner
    Charles Dance
    and Sting
    Cast (in order of appearance):
    THE MAKER by Mark Rylance
    SHADOW by Charles Dance
    NSA SENIOR AGENT by Linda Powell
    HEAD LIBRARIAN by Eliot Sumner
    ELECTRONIC VOICE by Trudie Styler
    AGENT #7, SHARPSHOOTER #3, AGENT #16 by Jake Horowitz
    AGENT #2, MAÎTRE D', SHARPSHOOTER #6 by Ajay Naidu
    PILOT, SHARPSHOOTER #5, AGENT #15 by Robin Galloway   
    AGENT #10, FEMALE AGENT, AGENT #1 by De’Adre Aziza
    ROOFLESS POET by Vanessa Redgrave
    WAITER by Edward Hibbert
    HER’ by Rebecca Ferguson
    AMERICAN by Fisher Stevens
    DOROTHEA by Mary Beard
    TREK GUIDE by Rhani Krija
    LAVENDER FARMER by Alain Pichon
    VEILED MAN by Sting
    CONSTANTINE by Kathleen Turner
    SIR ANTHONY CASTLE by Richard E. Grant
    AGENT #11, AGENT #4 by Alfredo Narciso
    AGENT #12, AGENT #13 by Conor Cook
    SWEDISH CONSUL by Lars Nord
    SON IN CAR by Jonathon Grant
    SCREAMING MOTHER by Rossana Redondo 
    REBECCA by Teressa Tunney
    POTUS by John Douglas Thompson

    Kelly Burke
    John Chancer
    Rebecca LaChance 
    Laurel Lefkow
    Chris Peluso
    Chris Ragland
    Casting Director and Associate Producer:
    Jack Doulin
    Assistant Director:
    Audra LaBrosse

    Associate Producer:
    Ali McKegney
    Sound Recordist:
    Phil Bodger

    Sound design:
    Sonorise Systems

    Additional sound design:
    Mike Winship

    The Foley Farmers

    Foley mixer: 
    Maxwell MacRae

    Foley artists: 
    Franziska Treutler, Pete Burgis

    Assistant Audio Designer and Composer:
    Norm Sherman

    Additional recording:
    CDM Sound Studios, Inc.

    Health & Safety Supervisor:
    Louise M. Reed, RN

    Assistant Production Coordinator:
    Demaris Brinton
    Psychological Consultant:
    Sheldon Solomon
    Environmental Editor:
    Ned Potter

    Story consultants:
    Frank C. DiGiovanni
    Andrew C. Miller
    Menu consultant:
    The Musket Room, New York
    Wine consultant:
    Starfield Vineyards
    Tim Kent
    Legal Services by:
    Reavis Page Jump LLP, New York
    Heidi Reavis
    Deena Merlen
    Michelle Lamardo


    A Very Special thank you for the inspiration to:
    Silvia Benso
    Sheldon Solomon
    Wendell Wallach

    For a conversation about the issues raised here, see also: All Things Have Standing:

    Full thanks and credits found at

  • A dramatic reading of the entire beloved, popular, award-winning and New York Times bestselling series, beginning with book one, POWER IN THE BLOOD.

  • The podcast that discusses all things vampiric, with no fear of breaching The Masquerade. This podcast covers and discusses lore, metaplot, character creation guides, book & game reviews, and characters found in the various World of Darkness splats, mostly "Vampire: The Masquerade".

  • One Whoniverse. Thirteen Doctors (give or take), Two Whovians and a wealth of special guests from all corners of our favourite show! Join us as we explore the worlds of Doctor Who - past, present and future, in-front of and behind the camera and from behind the sofa!

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    Something strange is going on in Spire. Following the death of one of the city’s most important figures, it's clear that change is in the air. But when two inhabitants of the city, Malachi and Cosima, find themselves curiously swapping places back and forth, they begin to realise just how curious Spire is. And exactly how deep down the rabbit hole goes.

  • Bringing together screenwriters & researchers

  • Like desert island discs, but for books. Join hosts Julia Boggio and Edward Crocker interviewing guests about the books that changed their lives. Subscribe at

  • Everyone deserves to express themselves the best way they know how to. Good people this is the preachers kid - the podcast.
    We Talk And Listen Here!
    We Listen And Talk Here!

  • Dare you visit Britain's most haunted house? Joseph Fiennes and Alexandra Roach star in a new paranormal cold case from Danny Robins, creator of The Battersea Poltergeist.

  • Historical adventure series from the novel (1952 - 53) Produced in London, and first appearing as the summer replacement for The Cavalcade of America, this radio drama is a wonderful recreation of the novel. The role of the Pimpernel is played by the actor Marius Goring, best known as composer Julian Craster in the movie classic, "The Red Shoes."

  • Two friends and sister writers discuss romance and their love for it

  • Smile Club: The Audio Series. A six-part immersive dystopian fiction. Created and written by Andrea Heaton and Adam Z. Robinson. Follow @smileclubshow on Twitter.