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November 2020 Audio Drama, Fiction and RPG Podcast Debut Releases

Every month, there are a large number of new audio drama and fiction podcasts released. These monthly lists collate everything I can find that has released an Ep1 in its RSS feed (or youtube page, depending) for the relevant month. Feel free to shout in the comments if you've got more information or corrections and I'll update with anything I'm missing.

And tell me which ones I should be listening to. What have you enjoyed this month?

(This post has been simplified, due to page load time. There's also a page with all the first episodes embedded in it, but beware, it might take ages to load.)

Want to submit your podcast to one of these release lists? Use the dedicated contact page.

11/1: Reverie's Curse
(Dramatised - Urban fantasy)
This podcast is a Fantasy Audio Drama with voice actors and sound fx. It is made to play like a show in your ears.
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11/1: The Miseducation of John Mark
(Dramatised - Thriller)
After an unarmed black man is killed by a local officer, an unassuming activist, John Mark, sets out to unite his divided city together and stop both sides from descending into chaos. Will he succeed or only make things worse? Find out in this gripping audio drama created and directed by Joshua Williams. Starring Trevon Foster, Adrian Justis, Christina Connerton, Justice Hall, and Jonathan Dauermann. Produced by Joshua Williams, Evan Carrington, and Michael R. Salas. The Miseducation of John Mark is a C-Space Media production.
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11/1: The Stygian Chronicles
(Fiction - Anthology)
A collection of stories and tales of horror and fantasy that stretch the boundaries between the real, and unreal - releasing weekly from Halloween 2020.
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11/2: A Purdy Good Story with Corbin Eaton
(Dramatised - Comedy)
A Purdy Good Story tells the tale of a young filmmaker's experience with the small Missouri town of Purdy and the antique mall that lives there. Using recordings from his time there, Corbin Eaton takes his audience on a journey of glass eyes, moondew, and murder.
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11/2: Erratically Epic: The Musical - The Radio Play of the Musical of the Book!
(Dramatised - Musical)
Welcome to the official podcast performance of "Erratically Epic: The Musical", written by Drew Lane and based on the hilarious book by Adam Wallace with illustrations by James Hart. Jackson Payne is taking centre stage as he auditions for the school play. The problem is, Jackson may LITERALLY break a leg and bring down the house! Cue chaos as Jackson steps, trips, slides and falls into the limelight! Will he get a standing ovation, or will the curtain come down on his acting career ... and possibly his head? Performed by students from St Peter's Primary, East Bentleigh, Australia.
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11/2: Getting Our Crit Together
(RPG - Fantasy)
A comedy D&D 5e podcast where our heroes are actually just interns at a local heroes guild working to fix their mistakes.
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11/2: Lore of the Loch
(Dramatised - Fantasy)
“Lore of the Loch” is a dramatic podcast created by The ANY Collective member, Betty Matthews. Each episode brings a folktale from The Orkney Islands in Scotland to life for a global audience. Featuring spooky tales of the devil, great monsterous creatures, and stories of love and loss, “Lore of the Loch” is sure to spark the interest of anyone who enjoys the fantasy genre.
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11/2: The Call
(Dramatised - Slice of life)
THE CALL is our brand new podcast drama which deals with the themes of connection and disconnection, timely for the world we find ourselves in today.

11/2: The Dragon's Mark
(Fiction - Fantasy)
Do you believe in dragons? Michael and Brida don't, but that's about all they have in common. After all, he is coming to take the city she has sworn to protect. But a chance meeting leads to a secret friendship---one that will test Brida's resolve and Michael's loyalties. Welcome to a world where art has power, where a friend can be a deadly enemy, and where imaginary dragons are oddly important. There will be magic and monsters, fighting and romance, mystery and geometry, currant buns and pigeons.
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11/2: The Piper
(Dramatised - Horror)
When strange music makes a girl vanish, a detective and her daughter uncover a terrifying force.
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11/3: Astronomica
(RPG - Science fiction)
Welcome to Astronomica, a Stars Without Number actual play podcast. Join Star Master Stan and regular players Colin, Cullen, Geoff, and Kristen as they crew the definitely-not-piloted-by-a-rogue-AI ship The Admiral Grace. From encounters with magnificent space whales to swashbuckling adventures across the galaxy, there is nothing this crew can't make way more complicated than it needs to be. Tag along every Wednesday and listen in as we learn that the true friends were the ones you decompressed and maybe accidentally spaced along the way.
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11/3: The Arts of Murder
(Dramatised - Comedy)
The Arts of Murder is a serial podcast following the private eye, Jack Handjob, as he solves the Broadway murder of...at least this week.
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11/4: Dem Times
(Dramatised - Slice of life)
A trouble maker in high school, Samuel finds himself on a plane heading to Ghana; a different country, needless to say, a different life. His formative years have begun. These are ‘DEM TIMES‘. The show is in the broader sense, a serialised teen odyssey, set within the closed-off microcosm of Ghanaian boarding school life. At its core, this is a cultural migration; a fish-out-of-water story stemming from an outsider’s identity crisis inside the Ghana educational ethos – where the school day begins before sunrise and ends after 9pm, and only after students have finished their homework (assuming chores have been completed too).
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11/5: Adventure On, Everyone!
(RPG - Fantasy)
We are an actual play podcast! We plan on uploading on a roughly biweekly basis! Currently running a D and D 5e campaign! Follow us across the socials for any announcements or information we have to pass along to everyone! Hey, also never forget your A.o.E and Adventure On Everyone!!
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11/5: Smothered
(Dramatised - Crime/Mystery)
Join two weary homicide detectives as they uncover the disturbing truth about a seemingly simple, open-and-shut murder case. In times of extreme stress and scrutiny, will they make the right choice?
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11/5: Tabletop Tiddies
(RPG - Fantasy)
Tabletop Tiddies is a weekly Dungeons & Dragons 5e Actual Play podcast that’s run entirely by marginalized genders. Join Dungeon Master Char and players Amanda, Emily, Rachel, and Sara for their weekly adventures, released every Thursday! It’s our mission to provide a safe place at the table for everyone, and we are thrilled to invite you to join our fun, hilarious, queer, and feminist adventure!
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11/7: Pod of Wonders
(RPG - Fantasy)
Role play gaming podcast generally focusing on Dungeons and Dragons.
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11/8: Lost Souls Monologues
(Fiction - Anthology)
Fictional monologues exploring the idea that we're all a little lost from time to time. Beautiful new writing, performed by an impressive cast including Maggie Wheeler (‘Friends’, ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’), Tamla Kari (‘The Inbetweeners Movie’, ‘The Musketeers’) and voiceover superstar Rupert Degas (‘Red Dwarf X’, ‘Pope Joan’).
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11/8: The Hidden Gate
(Fiction - Anthology)
A short stories podcast produced and hosted by narrator William Cook and author Eugene Chernett.
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11/9: A Bad Feeling Horror Podcast
(Dramatised - Horror)
A Bad Feeling Horror Podcast is a WODC original horror anthology series. Each episode includes multiple creepy tales written by the WODC presented by ghoulish hosts.
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11/9: Adventure Check Podcast
(RPG - Fantasy)
Adventure Check is an actual play TTRPG podcast that runs campaigns using Adventures in Middle-Earth and Dungeons and Dragons. With two main campaigns, join this group of friends as they adventure through fantastical worlds.
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11/9: Cobbler's Gulch
(Fiction - Children)
Welcome to Cobbler’s Gulch! Fair warning: As a visitor to Cobbler’s Gulch, there’s a better than even chance that you will encounter the following: pirates, circus folk, roughnecks, dwarves of various sizes and temperaments, dragon slayers, and a menagerie of monsters including goblins, tuxedo-wearing frogs, screaming scarecrows, witches, and many others that have yet to be properly named. If the above list makes you feel uncomfortable, please know there will also be adventure, whimsy, magic, bold acts of derring-do, and lots and lots and lots of goats. So many goats. Consider yourself warned! If you're still wondering if this show is for you, know this: The story is a celebration of adventure and fantasy, of fiction and storytelling, of gut-busting laughs and the occasional spooky turn. It's about friendship and turning your flaws into a force with which to be reckoned. It's for kids, yes. Or children if you're puttin' on airs. But it's also for those of us in charge of kids or children, particularly those of us who may have forgotten how much adventure is still out there. We of Cobbler's Gulch hope this story helps you remember. We hope you join us. Either way, we offer you this: never let a goblin get your goat.
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11/9: Dead of the Night
(Dramatised - Crime/Mystery)
Devon Riesling vanished from a remote mountain road during a snowstorm in 2019, never to be seen again. Kenneth Bailey investigates her disappearance with a deep dive into the case by interviewing witnesses, uncovering new leads, and breaking the case wide open.
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11/9: Taverns, Travel & Tests
(RPG - Fantasy)
Taverns, Travel, & Tests is a meme and Food Network infused Actual Play podcast, taking inspiration from cooking shows, internet culture, and a genuine love of tabletop roleplaying games. If you like memes, Guy Fieri, or memes about Guy Fieri, you'll like this podcast. It's like a rib burn-off in a fantasy world.
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11/10: Arcane
(Dramatised - Horror)
A man with no name investigates the supernatural.
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11/10: SPR - Superhuman Public Radio
(Dramatised - Superhero)
A podcast on the lives and stories of superhumans like you.
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11/11: From Sad Shires
(Dramatised - Historical)
A Podcast Audio Drama to mark the centenary of the burial of the Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey. Harry Harmes and Maisie Merman fall in love in the East End of London in 1914 and marry. Then Harry takes the King's shilling to go off to war. Written by Clive Stubbings and produced by theatre company Little Pixie productions.
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11/11: Sub-Class Act
(RPG - Fantasy)
A clean 'Actual Play' podcast with a focus on storytelling, sure, but also the lulz.
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11/12: From Beyond the Broadcast
(Dramatised - Science fiction)
From Beyond the Broadcast is a storytelling podcast that delivers unusual radio content from other dimensions and alternate whens. Loosely guided by our unwitting host Jamb Handee, each episode gives a glimpse and escape into another realm not unlike our own. Bonus! FBTB acquires talent exclusively rooted in BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and female artistry-- because let's face it; the realms of sci-fi and horror are sorely lacking.
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11/12: Margaret's Garden
(Dramatised - Science fiction)
Everton was the perfect American suburb, cookie-cutter homes full of every modern appliance imaginable, green grass, and shopping malls, but that was 70 years ago. Now the town sits, empty and rotting. Something beneath the suburbs stirs, and threatens to change everything.
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11/12: The Zip Code Plays
(Dramatised - Anthology)
Celebrate the culture and history of the diverse neighborhoods of Los Angeles from the safety of your home. Antaeus Theatre Company presents The Zip Code Plays: Los Angeles, a series of six original audio plays, each set in a different L.A. zip code.
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11/12: Vile Trials
(Dramatised - Science fiction)
Vile Trials is a story of a medical researcher who is forced to think about what it means to do good. In order for someone to make a difference, they need control and power. But at what point does their primary focus switch from doing good to securing control and power? What are they willing to sacrifice? We also explore the amazing world of (real) medical research on (fictional) gut bacteria strains and give it a nice twist of sci-fi horror.
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11/13: Adventuring for Dummies
(RPG - Fantasy)
Welcome to Adventuring for Dummies! The DnD Actual Play Podcast in a world of no adventuring! Will the Dummies find there way through ancient runes and stacks of paperwork!?
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11/13: Novice Kidnappers
(Dramatised - Crime/Mystery)
Will they achieve the goal?
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11/13: The Oyster
(Dramatised - Science fiction)
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?
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11/14: Recital
(Dramatised - Thriller)
A slick and surreal drama about ambition behind closed doors.
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11/14: The Far from the Tree Broadcast
(Dramatised - Adaptation)
Far From the Tree Productions is a grassroots theatre company based in Vancouver, BC. The seedling of Far From the Tree grew from a desire to create theatre that looked all the way back to its origin, the sacred act of storytelling. Now, as we delve into the auditory landscape, we are excited at the prospect of reaching an audience far and wide. Where will we end up? Who really knows! Expect thrilling audio dramas, discussions on life and art making, complex examinations of simple things, maybe a little music, and much much more! Let's see where the wind takes us!
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11/15: The Reignition Theory
(Fiction - Science fiction)
The truth of the world’s most sinister conspiracy is finally revealed - how was the great city of Corraban really destroyed? An account of the final days of the city with interviews, diaries, letters and more. An audiofiction podcast full of espionage, adventure and zombies.
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11/16: Id, Ego and Dice
(RPG - Anthology)
Hey there and welcome to Id, Ego, and Dice. A weekly live play podcast where I get together with friends and loved ones to play tabletop roleplaying games. We play everything from Dungeons and Dragons to Mork Borg to King Arthur Pendragon. Why the name Id, Ego, and Dice? Well besides it being lazily evocative, and the only name suggested that wasn’t already taken, our game and stories always tend to focus on the player characters themselves. Personal conflicts. Their relationships with other players, the relationships with non player characters, or their relationship with the world itself.
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11/16: Secrets of Harridge House
(Dramatised - Horror)
An original radio drama telling a tale of gothic suspense. Strangers Issy, Drew and Cate -- siblings separated as infants -- are summoned to their family home, the mysterious Harridge House, located in the equally mysterious town of Harridge, Nevada. What secrets are the residents of Harridge House hiding... and willing to do anything to protect?
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11/16: The Gaia Miracles
(Dramatised - Science fiction)
Join me, Barry Orsen, a journalist with Nice Guise Media, as I investigate the Gaia Miracles more than a year after the catastrophic ending in Chicago and the disappearance of Elisa Garvey, my friend and the first reporter to witness one of the Miracles. With each interview, the established story unravels. Who is to blame? The industrial giant at the center of the Miracles, The Hydell Corporation, or the mysterious group who made them a target, Gaia Prime.
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11/17: "Saint" Nick and the Big F*ck Up
(Fiction - Comedy)
Nick is a part-time mall Santa, who really hates Christmas. And with good reason. But here he is, on Christmas Eve, wearing the red suit. He shouldn’t be working today, but he is. And he’s about to meet a terrible child who will ruin everything. This is not going to end well. But what’s about to happen, isn’t the worst thing he’s ever done...
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11/17: Dark Tides
(RPG - Urban fantasy)
Dark Tides is a twice monthly improvised audio drama series, set in the Hookba Archipelago. The show follows Ernest Marsh, a newly commissioned Park Ranger arriving in the Archipelago. And Allister Stern, a local conspiracy theorist and aspiring cryptozoologist. Together these young investigators unravel a twisted mystery of disappearances and fatal encounters with the uncanny as they search for the truth. Can you trust the voices in your head? Can you survive the troubled waters? Beware the Dark Tides.
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11/17: Shadows
(Dramatised - Urban fantasy)
New York City, 1983. A private investigator with paranormal ties receives a call from a stripper, whose mother was murdered. A crime lord’s sociopathic son inherits his father’s fortune... and position. And Bakuul, the dark god, grows stronger, as he prepares to enter this world... Shadows is a noir dark fantasy crime thriller, written and produced by Reuben Saffer-Meng. Starring Johnny Salazar, Anna Castiglioni, and Michael Driscal.
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11/17: The Non-Canonical Chronicles
(RPG - Comedy)
Prepare to hear chilling tales, mysterious mysteries and thrilling yet questionable battles between Heroes, Monsters and more in this Improvised Comedy Tabletop Podcast!
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11/18: Fast Radio Burst!
(Dramatised - Anthology)
Contemporary audio dramas in quick, classic form.
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11/18: Script Sirens Presents: Siren Screams
(Dramatised - Horror)
Script Sirens Presents...Siren Screams!! A six-part horror anthology series, performed as audio plays. These hair-raising tales are not for the faint-hearted. You have been warned. Who are the 'Script Sirens'? A powerful collective of female and non-binary scriptwriters situated in the West Midlands. What is 'Siren Screams'? A project supported (and made possible!) by the Arts Council England. Written, produced and released in 'social isolation' during the lockdown in 2020's extended spooky season of Halloween to Friday 13th of November. The series is an experiment in what new artists can create under these unusual conditions.
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11/18: The Agitators: The Story of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass
(Dramatised - Historical)
The Agitators tells of the enduring but tempestuous friendship of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass. Great allies? Yes. And at times, great adversaries. Young abolitionists when they met in Rochester, New York in the 1840s, they were full of hope and a common purpose. As they grew to become the cultural icons we know today, their movements collided and their friendship was severely tested. Follow these brilliant, flawed, and rebellious activists with host Ashley C. Ford. Their message still matters. This six-part podcast is based on the play The Agitators; playwright Mat Smart used historical documents to imagine Susan and Frederick’s conversations. The Agitators is brought to listeners by the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, the National Park Service, and PRX.
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11/18: woe.begone
(Dramatised - Thriller)
An investigation into an online ARG "game", with something mysterious going on in the background.

11/19: Spirit Box Radio
(Dramatised - Comedy)
Spirit Box Radio's new host, the spiritually-challenged Sam Enfield, does his best to guide you through queries about contacting the otherside, advice for the magically inclined, and general guidance for those seeking to participate in the spookier side of life and death.
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11/19: Tales From Your Mom's Basement
(Dramatised - Comedy)
We are a group of Voice Actors, Writers, and Directors that have stories to tell and want you to come along for the ride.
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11/20: Fireteam Wildcats
(Dramatised - Fanfiction)
Pasithea and the rest of Fireteam Wildcats work to overcome a solar system's obstacles in constant peril. Follow Fireteam Wildcats through their journey to become true Guardians. This Audio Drama is not made by Bungie and is a non-commercial fanmade work!
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11/21: Hi Nay
(Fiction - Horror)
Hi Nay, literally translated to “Hi Mom”, is a supernatural horror fictional podcast about Filipina immigrant Mari Datuin, whose babaylan (shaman) family background accidentally gets her involved in stopping dangerous supernatural events in Toronto. Written, directed, produced, and created by Motzie Dapul and co-produced and co-created by Reg Geli.
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11/23: Doctor Who Journey Into Time
(Dramatised - Fanfiction)
A new full professional-cast, unlicensed, non-profit, and FREE reimagining of the lost Peter Cushing Dr. Who radio pilot!

11/23: Greenhouse
(Fiction - Romance)
GREENHOUSE is an anxious audio love story about a recluse writer and a lonely florist who learn, letter by letter, that the world is a whole lot brighter when you have someone to share your story with. It was created by Lillian Holman and produced by Atypical Artists.
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11/23: Jim and Jan
(Dramatised - Comedy)
Fed up of hearing about lockdown? In need of something full of frivolity? Join Jim and Jan in their Audio Drama. *Disclaimer* It is set in lockdown but it's fine because these two are having a blast! They love being confined together, they just love it. Jim, a 70 year old grump from the North of England lives with his wife Jan, a 69 year old alien from London who spends half her time away with the fairies. They're ever so happy so you will be too...nothing eventful happens on a daily basis don't worry. No one gets attacked by a cat. Jan doesn't tell unnecessary and terribly trivial stories that would send you to sleep...So come in for a cuppa as lockdown has brought Jim and Jan to the Irish countryside where they will reside and stay safe; safe in the knowledge that every sarcastic comment Jim makes will fly out of his mouth over Jan's head and hopefully into your ears, each Monday instead.
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11/23: Persona
(Fiction - Urban fantasy)
Tales of phenomenal bodies.
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11/24: Rapture 518
(Dramatised - Thriller)
Rapture 518 is a horror/psychological thriller Audiodrama produced in Canada. Dr. Sarah Penn is a resident physician, but she has not been at work for a few weeks. Part of this is because of an imperative need to move from her rental house. Part of this is not yet known. And part of this is because of the unpredictable outbreak that’s turned mild mannered pedestrians into flesh-eating sociopaths.
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11/24: The Wizard of Bombs
(Dramatised - Science fiction)
A Foundation agent must trek the wastes of a hostile reptilian wasteland to capture an evil sorcerer.
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11/25: Cold Storage
(Dramatised - Science fiction)
Cold Storage is a sci-fi narrative podcast mini-series produced by Corvus Audio, an independent podcast production company based out of Dayton, Ohio, and created by sibling duo Savannah and Harrison Webb. The series follows two mechanics tasked with maintaining an underground doomsday bunker in the aftermath of nuclear war who stumble upon a dangerous conspiracy that threatens the last remnants of humanity.
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11/25: How to Fall in Love the Hard Way
(Dramatised - Romance)
A raunchy, saucy audio romantic comedy series about three women who seem to have everything figured out... except love. If you think feelings are scary, friendship makes everything better, and ambitious women shouldn't have to choose between love and their dreams, this show is for you. Oh, and if you like dirty jokes, it's DEFINITELY for you.
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11/25: The Hired Swords
(RPG - Fantasy)
The Hired Swords is a Dungeons and Dragons actual play podcast with four knuckleheads and a sage DM. Roll with us as we TRY to survive and tell our epic tale of monsters and mystery.
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11/25: The Loft
(Dramatised - Horror)
After a devastating loss in the family, a young girl and her friends fall into a mystery that has been looming in their community for generations. Through the use of a ouija board, a mysterious new stranger helps them contact the spirit world in search of answers that result in dire consequences. Nightmares, spectral encounters, and exorcisms are the result of their exploration into the paranormal world. Will they make it out with their sanity intact?
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11/26: History is about to misbehave
(Dramatised - Historical)
A series of audio dramas, artistic creations and interviews inspired by the archive and local history collections relating to York. The city’s civic archive is one of the most significant outside London, covering over 800 years of York’s history as a self-governing authority. The collection is remarkable both for its continuity and its comprehensiveness, detailing all aspects of life in the city. Local organisations and individuals are also represented in the archive’s ‘community collections’ which date from 1529 onwards. Through our award-winning Explore Labs community arts project, we continue to challenge the imaginations of our archivists and artists to use the collections to reach new and diverse audiences of all abilities. History is about to misbehave...
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11/26: Strangers in Paradise
(Dramatised - Adaptation)
Two True Freaks announces the audio drama adaptation of Terry Moore's STRANGERS IN PARADISE!
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11/27: Calls From A Friend
(Dramatised - Horror)
Calls From A Friend are 5-minutes-or-less short episodes centering around receiving a call from a friend. As the story progresses, the atmosphere gets more chilling and psychological.
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11/27: Witness the Critness
(RPG - Fantasy)
Witness the Critness are a group of gamers, artists, writers, and performing artists who happened to get into D'n'D. Now, they want to share their story with everyone else! Current campaign: The Dark of Exandria. Five adventurers take on a journey through the continent of Wildemount!
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11/30: Mistletoe Road
(Dramatised - Fantasy)
An audio drama from JLJ Media and Molina Productions. Three friends wake up in Christmas City. How did they get there? Why are they there? Will they ever leave?
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