Ficção – Finlândia – Novos podcasts

  • Scientist Dr. Scope does ‘research’ on an alien. Warning: The following podcast contains graphic descriptions of sex between a woman and an alien. Listener discretion is advised

  • In a not so distant future, due to overwhelming carbon emissions, The Earth is on the brink of becoming uninhabitable. These conditions are made far more horrifying because the available housing shelters (that can produce sustainable air quality) will only be able to house 80% of the world’s total population. To try and save the human race, every person has a government-mandated microchip implanted in their brains to attempt to facilitate the migration of a portion of the population to an underground shelter. In order to decide who gets to be protected and who must stay above ground, the government implements a value scale they have determined based on “usefulness” to future society. If you are valued at a 50 or above, you will be chosen to enter the bunker, and, if not, you must stay above ground and face the end of days. “Neuron” (which acts as both a prestigious brain implant and also a software company) is folded into a sanctioned branch of the government called, “The Ministry of Experience.” Their job now is to develop technologies and software that can replicate the human experience above ground. But what is far more pressing is The Ministry must find a way to reduce the use of resources, or they will run out of all survivable assets before being able to relocate to “Eden” - the one place above ground that might be salvageable in a few years time. Whether Eden will be ready in time remains to be seen, but its existence is literally the last hope for the human race surviving. In a drastic effort to cut emissions and resource usage, “The Oyster” is created. The Oyster is Nirvana - A state absent from the mind while being filled with complete pleasure and bliss. What, then, happens when reality begins to fade and The Oyster is all that remains?

    The Oyster stars Logan Browning (Dear White People and the Perfection), Mamoudou Athie (Jurassic World), Carla Gugino (Haunting of Hill House), Keith David (Greenleaf), Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad), Constance Zimmer (House of Cards, UnReal), Andrew Santino (Dave) and more.

    Created by Alex Aldea and Adrienne Schaffler

  • The Adventures of Sam Spade, Detective was a radio series based loosely on the private detective character Sam Spade, created by writer Dashiell Hammett for The Maltese Falcon. The show ran for 13 episodes on ABC in 1946, for 157 episodes on CBS in 1946-1949, and finally for 51 episodes on NBC in 1949-1951. The series starred Howard Duff (and later, Steve Dunne) as Sam Spade and Lurene Tuttle as his secretary Effie, and took a considerably more tongue-in-cheek approach to the character than the novel or movie. The announcer was Dick Joy.

    The series was largely overseen by producer/director William Spier. In 1947, scriptwriters Jason James and Bob Tallman received an Edgar Award for Best Radio Drama from the Mystery Writers of America.

    Before the series, Sam Spade had been played in radio adaptations of The Maltese Falcon by both Edward G. Robinson (in a 1943 Lux Radio Theater production) and by Humphrey Bogart (in a 1941 Academy Award Theater production), both on CBS.

    Dashiell Hammett's name was removed from the series in the late 1940s because he was being investigated for involvement with the Communist Party. Later, when Howard Duff's name appeared in the Red Channels book, he was not invited to play the role when the series made the switch to NBC in 1950.

  • A woman wakes in a hospital unable to remember who she is or how she got there. She has to get out. She is supposed to do something of vital importance...Four research scientists cower in the basement of the Institute of Plant Industry, forced to make impossible choices to protect life-saving samples against an invading army, a starving population and each other.

    These worlds entwine in Seeds (Podcast pick of the week in The Guardian and Sunday Times) a thrilling critically acclaimed podcast series inspired by the incredible true story of the world’s first seed bank.

    Starring Nina Sosanya, Graeme Rose, Jordon Kemp, Katy Stephens and Kirsty Rider

    Directed by Nicholas Pitt, Text by Nick Walker, music and sound design by Jon Ouin and produced by Johanna Taylor

    Artwork credit: Gemma Hattersley

    Supported by Arts Council England

  • Glass Letters is a limited series audio fiction story about loneliness, connection, and letters in bottles. Brought to you from an island in the middle of nowhere, and created by Anna Godfrey. Find us on Twitter at @glassletterspod

  • Poesi för alla är en ny podcast från Albert Bonniers Förlag där poeter pratar om dikter som de tycker om. Podcasten sänds i åtta avsnitt under hösten 2020.


    Varje avsnitt gästas av en poet, som väljer och läser en dikt av någon annan. Samtalet utgår från en närläsning av den enskilda dikten: Hur kan man läsa poesi? Hur tar man sig an en dikt? Varför är just den här dikten intressant?

    Gästande poeter under hösten är bland andra Athena Farrokhzad, Johan Jönson, Judith Kiros och Anna Hallberg, som pratar om dikter av Kristina Lugn, Göran Sonnevi, Felicia Mulinari, Paul Celan och flera andra. Programledare är Lina Rydén Reynols, förläggare på Albert Bonniers Förlag.

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  • Broadcasting to listeners in 268 planets, 126 fixed location space stations, and 12 recently terraformed meteors the 89.x1 team works diligently to bring the best in non-news information while complying with Coalition mandates. Stay safe, stay informed, and stay tuned.

    Black written. Afrofuturism. BIPOC Podcast.


  • Kuunnelmia joka lähtöön. Tässä mystisessä podcastissa Klaus Hietala ja vierailevat näyttelijät yrittävät johdattaa kuulijansa lepoon ja kauniiden unien pariin. Kertomukset sivuavat ajankohtaisia teemoja ja tulevaisuuden tuulia. (Tuotanto:

  • Suivez les aventures de la B.E.S.T, actual play se déroulant en 1998.
    Aventure, enquêtes, frisson, un programme incroyable.
    Un JDR (Jeu de Rôle) accessible aux néophytes et bien entendu basé sur une histoire vraie.

  • Aline, Oscar, Boris, Nadine… une véritable équipe qui se met en mouvement pour tenter de cerner un peintre énigmatique. C’est cette quête que relate A la recherche de James Tissot…

    Auteur : Charif Ghattas

    Interprètes : Gérard Watkins (James Tissot), Peggy Martineau (Aline), Julien Campani (Oscar), Assane Timbo (Boris), Valérie Moinet (Nadine)

    Réalisation : Cédric Aussir

    Bruitages : Sophie Bissantz

    Design musical : Aurélien Bianco

    Prise de son et mixage : Alain Joubert

    Une co-production Musée d'Orsay - Le Studio Radio France

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  • Kolme kirjastolaista keskustelevat mangasarjoista viikoittain.

  • Each week, Aaron Catano-Saez and Jeff Stormer take a listener-submitted prompt and spin it into an original fantasy character. Tweet us a character prompt: @AMFC_Podcast Email us a character prompt: