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By PodCake Some say August is like the Sunday of summer, and that September is just Halloween Eve. For introverts, goths, and the people who just hate how hot it is, Halloween is the entirety of October as far as we’re concerned. And the best part of it for yours truly is diving into the
A lot has changed in podcasting over the past five years. Back in 2010 I mainly listened to a handful of football shows. It was around that time that a friend suggested I check out a “zombie podcast” he’d been listening to. The show in question was We’re Alive, described as a “modern audio drama”.
“Make sure every character is necessary. It can be difficult to tell characters apart on the radio, and hard to get actors in, so make sure ‘Waitress 3’ really needs her story told.” We’re big fans of audio drama and fiction podcasts here at The Podcast Host. As listeners we’re always looking for new shows
It’s that time of year again where the macabre goes mainstream in the lead up to Halloween. And – to quote John Ballentine of the excellent Campfire Radio Theater – “horror and audio drama go together like peanut butter and jelly”. There are a lot of famous horror fiction podcasts out there now. Take the
Podcasts are a great resource for movie fans. Up to the minute movie information, new releases and movie-related comedy. There’s a movie podcast to fit all needs and desires – here’s a few of my favourites. These aren’t necessarily the most popular or well-known examples, but they are the ones I love the most. That’s
Fiction podcasts. Otherwise known as audio dramas, radio plays and `the Theatre of Your Mind.’ I love them. I started listening to them after my colleague Matthew introduced me to We’re Alive, a post-apocalyptic survival story set in LA, California. Here at The Podcast Host, we listen to wide range of programs, including audio fiction,
Love fiction podcasts? Always wanted to make your own? You’ve come to the right place!
Weds 8th of March is International Women’s Day. To celebrate, we’ve enlisted the help of audio dramatist Lauren Shippen to interview her fellow creators.
Why a podcast? What does the medium provide your storytelling that other mediums do not? That’s Lauren Shippen’s question for the panel in Part 2 of WoFP.