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  • Follow the adventures of three shadowrunners as they search for life, love, and unexpected ways of slaying entire rooms full of people as their stealth runs fail! Be amazed as limbs fly, psyches get traumatized, and even more people die as their GM gets annoyed with the players! Welcome to Shadowrun: Anarchy!

  • Roll for Relaxation is an immersively soundscaped adventure story created by ASMRtists playing 5th edition D&D.

  • Two friends with widely differences of opinion sitting down weekly and having a rational discussion over everything from sports to politics and everything in between.

  • H2OME is a sci-fi story about how we managed to build a sustainable society.

    In a future where a few hundred people have sought shelter on Mars to escape the climate crisis, an expedition back to Earth 150 years later could shed light on the energy transition and reveal many secrets.

    What would we do if our backs were against the wall? What if our civilization was able to create a fully sustainable society, eliminating pollution and the other harmful effects of climate change?

    Find out with Joanna, a 30-year-old anthropologist from Mars, leading an investigation on Earth to answer these questions.

    H2OME is a 6-episode story by cH2ange (supported by Air Liquide). Listen to one episode each week!

  • Rocky Jordan was a radio series about an American restaurateur in Cairo who each week became involved in some kind of mystery or adventure. The show was broadcast on CBS from October 31, 1948 to September 10, 1950, and then again from June 27, 1951 to August 22, 1951. The character of Rocky Jordan had been introduced to listeners in a similar show called A Man Named Jordan that was broadcast from 1945 to 1947 on the CBS West Coast network, but set in Istanbul, rather than Cairo.

  • CAMPUS is a social satire, a story about higher education in the South, born out of the joys and frustrations of almost thirty years of teaching, twenty-five in Western North Carolina. It is completely fiction unless you believe in gnomes, fairies, vampires, trolls, Moon-faced people, boojums (Sasquatch-type people), the Moth Man, zombies, and various other creatures found in and outside of Appalachian lore. The town of Dog Hobble, where you will find the Enchanted Campus, doesn't really exist. I don't think so anyway. Support this podcast:

  • The Salmonville Letter Writer is a deep dive into a fake crime. Salmonville, part idealistic-part disgusting, is an American town in a northern, rural corner of Rhode Island. It was overrun by scandal in the late 1970s when a string of letters from an unidentified writer were sent to residents around town, threatening to reveal the dirty secrets lurking in the seedy underbelly of Salmonville. The town police, mainly Investigator Randy Peterson, have kept the investigation open, never securing a conviction despite arresting three separate suspects. Olivia Fielder, Ron Dinkinson and Geoff Lamond were all at one point facing trial for the crimes of the Salmonville Letter Writer. The scandal died off in the 80s, but has recently seen a resurgence, bringing freelance journalist and podcaster, Rutherford Winchester, to town to get to the bottom of the mystery. This podcast is much better than Serial.

  • There are things we're simply not meant to know. A horror anthology podcast.


  • A paranormal cold case, re-investigated through a thrilling blend of drama and documentary. The true story of one of Britain’s strangest hauntings, with Dafne Keen and Toby Jones.

  • It's 2027 and a new Virtual Reality game takes the world by storm. Set in the 1920s, everyone wants to play this horror role-playing game. But the game is so real, it begins to invade your mind.

    Darkworlds, a Cthulhu horror LitRPG story.

  • A story of how a sparkling friendship between two then strangers started who now just can't keep away from each other

  • Tales of Mystara is a mixture between a solo Dungeons & Dragons campaign, a dark fantasy novel and a narrated audio dramatization. The rules of the table top and the roll of the dice dictate where the story goes as well as whether a character lives or dies. Nothing is precious and no one is safe from the roll of the dice...

  • In this scripted sci-fi thriller, John Boyega (STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS) stars as Jack Locke, a mysterious conman with a vendetta who infiltrates NextCorp, a Silicon Valley body hacking startup run by enigmatic CEO Max Fuller, played by Emmy winner Darren Criss (AMERICAN CRIME STORY: THE ASSASSINATION OF GIANNI VERSACE). Nextcorp has secretly been developing a revolutionary new mind app that promises to amplify the human brain in incredible ways. "Shut-Eye," promises to change the world by eliminating its users’ need to sleep, but when participants of the human trials begin dying off, the program is shut down. Max starts testing the product on himself, unleashing a dormant and dangerous alter ego. As Jack goes toe to toe with Max and his fractured psyche, he finds himself on the run for his life in a race to stop a dark plot seeking to radically advance humankind to its next stage of evolution.

  • Abortion has had a big impact in many lives and it has caused people to separate from their families and has made others get closer to their families...

  • Have you ever wondered what others think of your Fandom, or maybe why they are so excited about a different Fandom? Let's Talk Fandoms' host Tezeta Gant sits down with friends and family to learn more about their history with different Fandoms. She dives deep into a multitude of Fandoms from all walks of mediums. Join in on the conversation as we discuss; our OTP's, fandom cultures, conspiracy theories, societies views, and much more. Twice a month Tezeta will dive deep into a new fandom topic with a new guest. Are you prepared to hear our thoughts? Support this podcast:

  • From the idyllically peaceful coastal town of Sandpoint to an ancient lost city at the top of the world, Rise of the Runelords takes a party into the mysteries of Varisia's ancient past. Millennia ago, the powerful empire of Thassilon ruled the land, dominated by despotic runelords who maintained their power through harnessing the power of rune magic. Thought gone forever, the workings of Thassilon are not so far beneath the surface and one of the runelords plans a return to power. Only the brave adventurers, guided by fate, stand in his way. Join us as Wayward Expeditions presents the Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rise of the Runelords, an RPG Actual Play edited to be in the style of a radio drama. Visit for more info about the content, cast, and show.

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  • 21st Precinct

    GenrePolice drama

    Running time30 minutes

    Country of originUnited States



    StarringEverett Sloane

    AnnouncerArt Hanna

    Bob Hill

    Original release1953 – 1956

    21st Precinct (aka Twenty-First Precinct and Twenty First Precinct) was a police drama broadcast on CBS radio from July 7, 1953, to July 26, 1956. It was initially a summer replacement for My Friend Irma.

    The program was produced in cooperation with the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association of the City of New York and presented "adaptations from true criminal records in New York...from the policeman's point of view." Historically, the 21st Precinct had been located near Gramercy Park in Manhattan but in 1929 the Department reorganized the precinct numbering, and the 21st designation was dropped from use. No such precinct existed during the show's run, nor does a 21st exist today. However, the fictional precinct's territory corresponds closely to that of the Upper East Side's 23rd Precinct as it has existed since 1929.

    Stanley Niss was the producer writer-director. The role of precinct Captain Frank Kennelly was played by Everett Sloane (for the first 109 episodes and briefly in episode 135). During episode 109 Captain Frank Kennelly was promoted to Deputy Inspector and reassigned out of the 21st Precinct. He was replaced by Captain Cronin James Gregory (1955–56) and Les Damon (1956).

    Other cast regulars were Ken Lynch (as Lt. Matt King), Harold Stone (as Sgt. Waters), Jack Orissa (as Sgt. Collins), and Santos Ortega (as Lt. Gorman).

    The program's announcer began the program's opening each week:

    21st Precinct. It's just lines on a map of the city of New York. Most of the 173,000 people wedged into the nine-tenths of a square mile between Fifth Avenue and the East River wouldn't know, if you asked them, that they lived or worked in the 21st. Whether they know it or not, the security of their persons, their homes, and their property is the job of the men of the 21st.

    At that point the lead actor would complete the introduction:

    The 21st Precinct. 160 patrolmen, 11 sergeants and four lieutenants of whom I'm the boss. My name is Kennelly. Frank Kennelly. I'm Captain in command of the 21st.

    Art Hanna, Bob Hill, and Hugh Holder were the program's announcers. The series was produced by John Ives; it was usually directed and written by Stanley Niss. (Another source lists Niss as producer.)

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia