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  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Moan Audios is an auditory ASMR escape. Listen in on secret sex, pleasure sounds, whimpers and moans. Because sometimes, no words are necessary…. Listen during bedtime or me time.

    This podcast is intended for mature listeners…Headphones highly recommended.

    Created by Dipsea.

    Can’t wait to hear more? Get access to 1,000+ spicy audios on the Dipsea app. Use promo code MOAN or go to to get 30 days free.

  • One Trekkie and her non-Trekkie friend journey through random Star Trek episodes in an attempt to initiate a non- Trekkie into full-fledged trekdom...or at least have a great time trying.

  • A new magazine-style 12-part series that tells the story of a nation and a world in rapid transition featuring original commissions and performances from some of the UK’s most exciting names in contemporary arts and entertainment.

    That Podcast is a co-production between Storyglass and ETT. Executive Producers: Robert Delamere & Richard Twyman, Commissioning Editor: Jennifer Bakst, Producers: Andrew Hughes & Sarah Jane Murray, Series Producer: Ben Walker.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • "The Mysterious Traveler" was a popular American radio show that aired from 1943 to 1952, featuring stories of mystery, horror, and science fiction. Narrated by the enigmatic "Mysterious Traveler," the program took listeners on suspenseful journeys with tales of the supernatural, strange phenomena, and thrilling adventures. Known for its atmospheric storytelling and memorable sound effects, the show became a classic of the golden age of radio, captivating audiences with its blend of intrigue and mystery.

  • In a similar way to my other podcast, The Classic Ghost Stories Podcast, I thought there would also be an audience for Classic Detective Stories. Here we present stories from the first ever detective story The Murders In The Rue Morgue up until the 1950s or so when copyright gets in the way. Expect stories from the Golden Age and from The Hardboiled era as well as guest appearances by that super sleuth Sherlock Holmes.
    Classic stories will be narrated once a week, mainly by me, Tony Walker, but also by guest narrators.
    If you would like to be a guest narrator (for a modest fee) please email me at [email protected]

  • A Horror anthology and medical mystery. Contained herein are The Heresies of Radulf Burntwine. Follow the Titular monk-turned-medical-investigator as he uncovers the blasphemous truth of a plague ridden world: ours is not a loving God and we are not its favored children.

  • Award-winning dreampunk & fantasy author Anna Tizard plays the surrealist word game of Exquisite Corpse to create unique writing prompts, by mixing words you've posted at Results are often hilarious at first, but after a little digging, they develop into wild, weird & unexpected stories.This is an evolving show! Shows from #37 and after focus more on storytelling, and the story brainstorms are deeper & richer. Most shows before #37 include discussions on writing before game play. Shows 28-33 are Alice in Wonderland specials.Dip in wherever you fancy! A ton of fun.

  • ***The Guardian - Best Podcasts of the Week***
    ***Radio Times - Pick of the Best Audio On Demand***

    Moonkarta is an epic family tale of good vs evil, courage and friendship, written and produced by Terry Mynott and Col Howarth.

    The world is changing. Dark forces are circling, threatening to upset the balance of life and light. Shady characters are turning up on Moonkarta's shores and warning its people of change and revenge.

    When evil forces arrive off the ancient shores of Moonkarta, the balance of everything is threatened. Can Splott and his friends protect the Tree of All Seeds, the magical Forbidden Forest with its precious stone circles, and more importantly, each other?

    Join them on an epic tale that takes our gang on a voyage across seas and deserts, and to ancient lands, where astronomers watch the skies and where magic and legends rule.

  • Stephen Fry lends his unique vocal talent to the critically acclaimed debut thriller from M. S. Singh. The Missing Lines is a dark voyage into Bristol’s sinister underbelly, exploring the ruthless world of county lines drug running.
    At nineteen, Marcus finds himself immersed in gang infighting. Trapped in a world he doesn't understand, his situation becomes increasingly perilous. As his options narrow he is forced to make an impossible choice that will abruptly change his life forever.
    Prepare to dive into the volatile life of a county lines drug runner. Dripping with thrills and secrecy this heart-stopping tale swings a searchlight onto what it’s like to be a vulnerable youth in a sinking society.
    Podcast notes:
    Stephen reveals all:
    To find out more and donate to Missing People, follow this link:
    The campaign to support Missing People all over the UK reaches far beyond this podcast. If you’re interested in helping to join the search for the long-term missing, there’s a podcast series made with the support of Missing People UK, and it’s called ‘The Missing’. Here's the link:

  • Believe? is a podcast about the world's craziest conspiracy theories, or are they crazy? Each episode comedians Phil Green and David Ferguson invite a guest to pick their favourite conspiracy theory and then try to make sense of it. Where did the conspiracy some from? What are the facts? What is the fiction? Phil, David and a guest will discuss and either prove or debunk the theory, or most likely neither as they know nothing (but it's funny to watch them try).

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • "The Murder on the Links" is a detective novel by Agatha Christie, first published in 1923. It features one of her most famous characters, the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, and his friend and assistant, Captain Hastings. The story is set in France, where Poirot is called upon to solve a murder case.The plot revolves around the murder of a millionaire, Paul Renauld, found stabbed in the back and buried in a newly dug grave adjacent to a golf course. Renauld had written to Poirot for help, fearing for his life, but by the time Poirot arrives, Renauld is already dead. The investigation uncovers a complex web of relationships, secrets, and motives, including Renauld's troubled family life and his past connections.Throughout the novel, Christie showcases her trademark twisty plot, red herrings, and clever misdirections. Poirot's methodical and psychologically astute approach to detective work is contrasted with the more impulsive style of the local French police and Captain Hastings. In true Christie fashion, the resolution involves unexpected revelations and a cleverly hidden murderer, with Poirot meticulously unraveling the intricacies of the case."The Murder on the Links" is notable for its well-crafted plot, engaging characters, and the delightful interplay between Poirot and Hastings. It is a classic example of Christie's skill in creating a compelling and intricate mystery.

  • "The Chimes" is a novella written by the famous English novelist Charles Dickens. It was first published in 1844 and is one of Dickens' lesser-known works, often overshadowed by his more celebrated novels like "A Christmas Carol," "Great Expectations," and "Oliver Twist." However, "The Chimes" is a noteworthy work in its own right and is particularly associated with the theme of social reform and the plight of the poor and marginalized.The story is set on New Year's Eve and follows the protagonist, Toby Veck, a humble and downtrodden messenger or ticket porter, who is known by the nickname "Trotty." Toby is a kind-hearted and optimistic man who struggles to make ends meet in the harsh and unforgiving world of Victorian London. On this fateful night, Toby climbs the bell tower of St. Martin's Church in London and reflects on his life and the state of society as he listens to the chimes of the church bells.During his contemplation, Toby encounters a series of supernatural and allegorical visions, including encounters with goblins who represent various social ills. These visions challenge his beliefs and force him to confront the harsh realities faced by the poor and marginalized members of society. The goblins' messages are meant to be cautionary tales, highlighting the injustices and inequalities of the time.As the story unfolds, Toby Veck's experiences and reflections lead to a transformative and redemptive journey. "The Chimes" explores themes such as poverty, social injustice, the power of community, and the potential for personal and societal change. It ultimately delivers a message of hope and the possibility of positive change in the face of adversity.Like many of Charles Dickens' works, "The Chimes" contains vivid and memorable characters, sharp social commentary, and a moral message about the importance of compassion and empathy. While it may not be as widely read as some of Dickens' other novels, it remains a valuable part of his literary legacy, offering readers a thought-provoking exploration of the human condition and societal issues of the 19th century.

  • Join our adventures as they explore an unknown world. Watch as they struggle to find the way home or find a way to live comfortably in this new unfolding story in the world of Salith'zal a homebrew world made by the DM Matte

  • Iterators of the Imperium is a fan made podcast about Warhammer 40K lore.
    In each episode Ryan teaches MEZ about new topics within the 40K universe!

  • The Wonderland Challenge 2: Alice Through The Looking Glass Audiobook with 174 actors in aid of Cancer Research UK

    Hello, I’m Brad Shaw, voice actor and founder of VO training community Wonderland VO.

    At the beginning of the first lock down, I was diagnosed with stage 3 melanoma and had to undergo a year of immunotherapy. Just as I was getting over that, I got prostate cancer and had an operation just over a year ago. Then more recently, I heard that the stage 3 melanoma had returned and so I had had an operation in July at The Royal Marsden Cancer Hospital in London to remove lymph nodes from under my arm. I’m eternally grateful to the amazing doctors, nurses and surgeons who treated me.

    During that first lockdown I created The Wonderland Challenge, where 159 voiceovers and celebrities each recorded a minute of Alice in Wonderland and donated to the NHS.

    I feel the time is right for The Wonderland Challenge 2: Alice Through The Looking Glass this time in aid of Cancer Research. So I split the book down into 175 one minute chunks and again put this out to the voiceover community. As well as recording their minute, I asked each voice actor to donate at least £10 to Cancer Research UK. I was overwhelmed with the response. Within days I filled all the slots and the donations started to come in.

    You can read some of their heart breaking stories on the project page at

    Amongst the 174 gorgeous voices in this production are Phyllis Logan (Mrs Hughes from Downton Abbey), Kevin McNally (Pirates of the Caribbean), actor Henry Goodman, Rosemary Ashe (the original Carlotta in Phantom) and a range of the finest award winning voice actors.

    I then spent several days editing all the pieces together and here it is. Lewis Carroll’s wonderful tale of Alice Through The Looking Glass.

    So far, I’ve raised more than £4600 but with your help we can raise a lot more. If you have friends or family affected by cancer or if you listen to the book, PLEASE donate to Cancer Research UK here:


    🌟📖🎗 #WonderlandChallenge2 #AliceThroughTheLookingGlass #CancerResearchUK #wonderlandvo #bradshawvoice

  • A bookchat podcast from Ramsgate, England hosted by bookshop owner Sapphire Bates and archivist Joseph Dance.

    This is the podcast for the big readers and the book lovers. Once a month we deep dive on one particular book - maybe an old favourite, or something new and exciting - and we will read and discuss it. 

    The rest of the time we are spoiler free covering everything from new releases, old gems you might have missed, long lists, short lists, author spotlights as well as the occasional interview. We’ll also chat about what culture we’ve consumed each week, and take questions from you, our lovely listeners.

    If you love to read, come hang out with Novel Thoughts!

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • "Stories from the Hearth" is a Folklore Podcast production putting listeners in front of the microphone. We source old and obscure folk tales and folklore stories and bring them to a new audience, read for you by our own listeners.

    Enjoy listening to our old tales, and get in touch to lend your voice to the project.

  • George MacDonald's fairy stories and fantasy have inspired a number of writers including C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien and of this popular fairy story, which as you might suspect concerns a little princess plotted against by a race of goblins, G.K. Chesterton said that it "made a difference to my whole existence."

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  • Meet Cute Presents: Dump Him! Starring Minnie Mills. By day Ruby might be your average, jaded college sophomore, but by night she’s Venus Rising—the campus radio love expert dispensing advice to lovelorn undergrads. When Venus Rising’s show faces cancellation due to a lack of interest, Ruby-slash-Venus starts breaking up all the power couples on campus, one bad piece of advice at a time. A cappella stars Paige and Parker are the first to split. But hell hath no fury like a tenor scorned, and when hotshot Parker asks nerdy nobody Ruby for help hunting Venus down... Ruby’s situation gets a little complicated.

    Story by Juli Del Prete. Produced and Directed by Julia Thompson. Sound Edit, Mix and Design by Teeny Lieberson. Story Editor: Amarlie Foster. Director of Creative Production: Lucie Ledbetter. Starring: Minnie Mills, John Karna, Eilise Patton, Jen Goma, Adam Karp, Becca Kauffman, Tommy Kang, Teeny Lieberson.