Fiktion – Storbritannien – Nye podcasts

  • 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. New eps Mon & Thu.

  •  NAUGHTY RAUNCHY SEX STORIES . If you want to add spice to your sex life my stories will give you some great ideas. You won't be able to stop wanking. Naughty dirty stories that will blow your mind. If you love SMUT this is for you.  Tons of dirty stories from all walks of life.                                                                                                                       Followed by my book readings of  SEX  WORKER in the making, a very British look through the life of a normal working girl in the UK. Roxy had had enough of being used and abused. She just wanted to take back some control. She knew money talked . Sexy, dramatic, full of BDSM and kinks you would never have dreamed of. Excitedly played out with all the dirt, grime and drama that's just part of the life of a UK sex worker.( Please don't forget to hit the follow button  and review if possible and please subscribe all your help makes everything possible to keep my show alive ) 

  • PSBC is a podcast where we get together to discuss science fiction & fantasy books that we have read recently. Your hosts are Mohit, Vivek and Varad, all avid sci-fi readers.

  • Each short story is family-friendly and ready to listen to by anyone! The stories are spooky, but not TOO spooky for little ones and grown-ups alike!

  • Samuel has been a Cowboy Bebop fan for fifteen years. Georgie has never seen the show before. Join them as they chase the Bebop across the solar system!

  • Podcasts from writer Stephen Fitzsimons. Who is he? Well...From early childhood Stephen Fitzsimons learnt the art of telling fibs. At first, they were just innocent little ones that were easily proven false, like "i didn't do it" when everyone saw him tie the weights to the poor fleas feet. Then they became harder to challenge, such as the time he explained that a garackle-fargen from Xink had eaten his Geography Homework. This is quite easy to understand, after all garackle-fargens are very partial to dry subjects, particularly with a smattering of continents. Finally, Stephen went on to the University of WhoppingLies and managed to achieve a 2:1 in Pre-Watershed Falsification.
    Having displayed such a natural talent in all things fabricated, Stephen went (of course) into teaching and spent eighteen years attempting to instruct knukle-grazers in the art of standardised paper filling in a building in London. Suddenly, one day, he got hit by a bad case of the zoogles and decided he needed a change. So now Stephen spends his time professionally telling GREAT BIG FIBS as well as instructing others in the art.

  • Greetings Traveller! Welcome to the Jade Frog Tavern. Grab yourself a drink and pull up a seat by the fire while we laugh and tell tales.

    Have you ever thought ”I wonder if I could take the ring to Mordor?” Or ”Taking over the Dark Brotherhood would be easy, hear me out”

    No? Well then, join Gemma & Will as they drink, joke and delve into the important topics of Fantasy.

  • After what seems like a million years drawing and telling stories, its time to finally sit down and talk about the good, the bad and the ugly. Join me as I go over my career, speak with colleagues and generally moan about anything and everything in the comic book world from today and yesterday.

  • A podcast designed to entertain, intrigue and perhaps change your perspective on the writer known variously as Flann O'Brien, Myles na gCopaleen and Brian O'Nolan. Featuring special guests, archival sounds and interesting theories about this fascinating figure. Made with the support of Birkbeck College, University of London. 

    Read episode transcripts at 

    Ident and artwork by Will de Villiers:

  • One of the greatest English tragic novels, TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES (1891) is the story of a “pure woman” who is victimized both by conventional morality and its antithesis. Born near Dorchester, Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) set most of his stories in the region between Berkshire and Dorset in the fictional county of Wessex. He was a controversial writer whose work often showed the result of flouting the rigid Victorian moral code — his novel JUDE THE OBSCURE was (allegedly) burned by the Bishop of Wakefield for its shocking content. Hardy was an unflinching observer and in TESS has left us some unforgettable vignettes of rural life in late 19th-century England: the slow death of a flock of wounded pheasants, the monotony of field labour under an iron gray sky, and the itinerant farm worker’s seasonal round.

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  • Café Stories

    داستان‌های کوتاه کافه‌ای کوچک در گوشه یکی از دهکده‌های انگلستان

  • Two Boldly Go chronicles the journey of Matthew Toffolo and Annie Levin as they make their way through the entirety of Star Trek on television and film from start to finish. However, while Annie is a long time Star Trek fan, Matthew can't tell a Vulcan from a Romulan... expect serious discussion with a hint of silliness as Two Boldly Go on a journey into Star Trek!

  • An original short story by Doe Wilmann every single week for at least a year.

    I wanted a platform where I could communicate directly with all the people who like my writing. And yes, I could have invited both of them out for a coffee but they don’t get on. So I’m doing a podcast instead.

    Will I keep it up? Will anyone listen? Does it matter either way?

    A mix of styles, genre and quality. Some will be comedies, some will be dramas, some will be sci-fi, and some will be rubbish.

    Common topics/ themes:

    The absurd
    Free will
    Artificial intelligence
    The Afterlife
    Non Duality

    You’ll like this if you like….

    Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror
    Sum: Tales of the Afterlife by David Eagleman
    Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads
    Julian Barnes
    Kazuo Ishiguro (I realise I’m now just listing writers I like…)
    Margaret Atwood
    Oscar Wilde
    Anton Chekhov
    George Orwell

    This is my challenge to write, record and produce a short story every single week for a year. If you’re looking for quality, suspense and intrigue, I’m not making any promises. But if you do like one of these stories please share it with your friends.
    And if you’re a writer, maybe this will inspire you to take on a similar challenge yourself. In which case, let me know about it via email. doewilmann @

    For writing tips and advice, follow me on TikTok.

    I also have an Instagram and Twitter account but I can’t promise I’ll use them.

    @piecesofdoe for all three.



    Thanks to Katie Empett and Ross Hindle for reading early versions of the episodes and providing notes. 

    Artwork by Katie Empett

    Music by Claude Debussy with permission from Pond5. 

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    Meaningless Problems with Doe Wilmann
    (C) 2023

  • Re: Dracula takes the famous horror tale, breaks it up chronologically (every entry of this epistolary novel has a date), and sends the story directly to your podcatcher as it happens. Every time something happens to the characters, Re: Dracula will publish an episode, in as close to real time as it happens. Some entries will be brief, and others will be long and intense.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Storytellers from all around the world join us to tell their favourite tales. Join us for tales of wonder, might, magic, folklore and history as we head to every corner of the earth, every period in history and even into the otherworlds.

  • A Cure-All Tonic of Sketch Comedy, written by Liam Horrigan and Matthew Howell.
    Warning: May cause Gentleman’s Elbow, Sediment on the Knee, Huckster’s Curse and Bumswell.

  • A real-play Call of Cthulhu podcast set in retro Philadelphia.

  • Welcome to Of Dice and Them! Join Jack, Ralph, Lou, Tove and Bambi, in their new TTRPG actual play podcast, as they laugh in each other’s faces and try to get through a session where no one beefs it. Contains frustrated swearing, light-hearted DM bullying, and far too much owl-based combat. Download wherever you get your podcasts!

  • A D&D podcast made by three clueless streamers and a very patient DM

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • The Nerve is back, and better than before. After a short 8 week break, 2 years later we have decided to come back to give you more top quality audio pleasure.

    The wonderful people at Here We Aren't studio's have joined us and are sponsoring the podcast. They have provided us an amazing studio with a fantastic production team which means we now post a full video version of the podcast on the Here We Aren't YouTube channel, all links below. The studio looks amazing, check it out....But also make sure to listen here....

    The Nerve is no longer 2 idiots trying to not die of boredom during an enforced and possibly politically motivated lockdown, instead; Ethan, Will, Beardy (yup), and sometimes lil Matty sit and chat with other bands, artists and friends to bring you what is possibly only slightly better content than before. But hey, we're having fun right?