Fiction – New podcasts

  • From a Westboro Baptist Church defector and an ex-Hasidic Jew to the world's first ever blogger and teenage class president who confessed to being a pedophile, BBC journalist Andrew Gold takes us away from our comfort zone and into the worlds of people on the edge. New episodes every Wednesday.

    It's been a top Editor Pick for Castbox and Stitcher, who also placed it in their 'What we're listening to'. Andrew has been making documentaries about bizarre, unusual and remarkable people around the world for a decade. He's done battle with an exorcist, taken on anti-abortionists and hunted for UFOs, all while living in six different countries and learning to speak five languages.

    In this podcast, he aims to get to the humanity of people living on the fringes, and introduce these people with diverse ways of looking at the world to the listener. It's not all deep and sad - he aims to get humour and fun out of these people, so the audience can also entertained! Follow him on twitter here @andrewgold_ok and check out his documentaries on his YouTube channel.

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  • Are there any parallels between real life conspiracies and events in the Star Wars universe? What about conspiracies in the Star Wars universe itself? This podcast discusses both. Open your mind and let the force flow!

  • Join us on a cinematic journey as Kristy attempts to explain the plots of popular movies she has never seen, much to Zach's dismay. New episodes Mondays and Fridays at 9AM EST!

  • A lighthearted look into the world of Cryptids (An animal who's existence is disputed), as well as all science fiction, horror, video games, and more!

  • Hawkins, do you copy? Every Saturday, we will be broadcasting from Cerebro to you, covering all things Stranger Things. With a new theme every month you don't wanna miss this, nerds. Over.

  • Lovingly Yours Allen. M2M Love stories. Love Stories. Filipino. Tagalog

  • This is a story about me making a huge mistake and it leads up to me getting stitches.

  • Classified as a juvenile crime drama but written and acted with more adult style than most of the breed, "The Green Hornet"---whose protagonist fought crime by infiltrating or even partnering (initially) with known criminal operations, which deceive police into believing him a wanted criminal himself---was the creation of George W. Trendle and Fran Striker, the brains and head writer behind "The Lone Ranger" (whose protagonist, according to storyline, was the great-uncle of Britt Reid, the heir who assumed control of the Daily Sentinel newspaper publisher and takes the crimefighting guise of the Green Hornet).

    The show originated from Detroit WXZY in 1936 and was picked up for network broadcast by Mutual in 1938; NBC Blue Network (later ABC) picked up the show in 1939. "The Green Hornet" left radio as an actively-produced series in 1952, though reruns of several shows were known to have aired as late as 1954.

    Britt Reid/The Green Hornet: Al Hodge (1936-1943); Donovan Faust (1943); Bob Hall (1944-51); Jack McCarthy (1951-1952).
    Kato: Tokutaro Hayashi (a.k.a. Raymond Toyo); Rollon Parker; Michael Tolan.
    Lenore Case, Reid's secretary and occasional Sentinel photographer: Leonore Allman.
    Michael Axford, a Sentinel reporter: Jim Irwin (1936-1938); Gil Shea (1938-1952).
    Ed Lowry, another Sentinel reporter: Jac Petruzzi.
    Newsboy (who closed each episode, almost invariably, by shouting the headlines after the crime is solved, ending habitually with "Green Hornet Still at Large!!"): Rollon Parker.

  • #TheSLFPodcast are best friends of 10 years who share their life from relationships, friendships, insecurities to mental health, religion and life hacks. Come along on this new journey with us. Get to know us as we get to know you. Tune in every week for tasteful sounds of pure honesty and transparency.

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  • This podcast is about my sisters and my CRAZY life. It includes drama and emotional things. So get ready because it's about to be a wild ride.

  • In a world full of unsolved crimes and mysteries, the best way to answer the toughest cases is to ask the victims... EVEN IF THEY’RE DEAD!
    Because they may be called restless souls but they will not remain helpless. They will find ways and they will be heard! The question now is, will you be listening?

  • You know how it feels: The one that got away. Sliding doors. Ships passing in the night. Missed Connections. With her best friend Joel, DJ Sally is MISS CONNECTION. You can call her for your own missed connections, to share your stories.

  • Best feeling in this world is to be love and to be inlove.

    A story written by aspiring Bisaya Writers will be featured in this podcast Program.

    Be prepared for the rollercoaster ride feeling of in pain and in happiness. Fasten your seatbelts for the story that's forbidden by circumstances and twisted by fate. This stories can only be heard at Bisaya PodcaStories ๐Ÿ–ค

  • A collection of tagalog short stories for your listening pleasure.

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  • Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar was a radio drama that aired on CBS Radio from February 18, 1949 to September 30, 1962. The first several seasons imagined protagonist Johnny Dollar as a standard private investigator drama.

  • 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 Brown's 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 Marshall's disturbing utterance, "Come in!โ€ฆ Welcome. I'm E. G. Marshall." This was followed by one of Marshall's other catchphrases, usually either "The sound of suspense" or "The fear you can hear." At the conclusion, the door would swing shut, preceded by Marshall's classic sign off, "Until next time, pleasantโ€ฆ 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.

  • In our world, Low Tide is a scripted comedy podcast. But in fictional Conch County, Low Tide is a popular news and culture radio program that airs on Conch Public Radio. If you're a fan of NPR, Parks and Recreation, or Welcome To Night Vale, tune in to Low Tide. We have tote bags.

  • Come with an open mind and join Kelsey Cortes as she talks about conspiracy theories that roam around the internet! She is not claiming any of these to be true, but they are her own opinions and beliefs. Take what she says and let it open your eyes to a new perspective on life. All good vibes here. Support this podcast:

  • Do you enjoy dark, twisted, and occasionally comical stories? Do you like the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and the Call of Cthulhu tabletop RPG? Then this is the show for you. We are an actual play Call of Cthulhu RPG podcast mixed with readings of the complete twisted works of Lovecraft himself. So gather around an Elder Sign and remember, the Library is always open.