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Petrified

Peter Dunne / Liam Geraghty

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Petrified - a horror fiction anthology podcast from a darker Ireland. Petrified tells the chilling tales of ordinary people encountering the supernatural, and their terrifying fates. Written and directed by Peter Dunne. Produced by Liam Geraghty. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Talking Translations brings together an Irish writer and a translator for each episode, sharing stories from one language to another. Our hope is to share these stories across the globe, in many different languages. To read the original short story and translation online, and to discover more about what we do, visit www.literatureireland.com. Literature Ireland is the national organisation for the promotion of Irish literature abroad, primarily in translation. We are funded by Culture Irelan ...
 
Having served over thirty years in the RUC / PSNI I was medically retired with CPTSD. Dissociative Identity Disorder also evolved in me as a residue of CPTSD. I wrote a novel, 'The Bitter End of Dreams', through which I hoped to reflect the experiences of working class folk caught in the grip of a sectarian conflict. I set my story in Belfast, but replaced the Judeo-Christian god with that of Mithras. I also gave Northern Ireland an extra county. Such counterfactual alterations opened up for ...
 
We bring immersive, border-breaking stories about identity and culture from all corners of Europe straight to your ears. Every week you can listen to a readout from our print magazine, an episode from one of the podcasts in our Podcast Family, an exclusive behind the scenes interview or an original narrative story. Using cutting-edge audio storytelling techniques, we tell the stories of Europeans from Moldova to Ireland.
 
Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts or Patreon for early access to complete chapters. To celebrate a hundred years since Sylvia Beach published James Joyce’s ULYSSES, and to encourage readers to engage (or re-engage) with this spirited, funny, life-changing book, Shakespeare and Company, Paris—in partnership with Penguin Classics and Hay Festival—has created an ensemble recording of the unabridged text, to be released as a free podcast between the centenary of the publication on 2nd February 202 ...
 
Original fiction audio podcasts or new versions of classic radio shows in many genres. Written by the cast and performed via zoom video calls. Produced by Tom Konkle and Kurtis Bedford. Directed and edited by Tom Konkle. Performers in episodes include Tom Konkle, Bob Clendenin, Kurtis Bedford, Vernon Wells, Jude Gerard Prest, Karah Britton, Pete Handelman, Theresa Ireland, David Beeler, Michael Neill, Gino C. Vianelli, Kate Engren, Stephanie Stearns Dulli, Pete Lutz, Rhiannon McAfee, Tanya J ...
 
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Michelle M. OCallaghan

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Irish Stories is a weekly podcast which consists of original stories set in Ireland. Each story is a serialized work of historical, literary fiction imbued with a touch of folklore. Each story will consist of several episodes. All stories are written by and performed by the author, M. Maureen O'Callaghan. Irish Stories begins with "All Those Things Revealed", a story set in 19th century Ireland. It involves the little-known tradition of the Priest Woman. Take a step back in time and visit Ol ...
 
“Fractured” is a set of stories about a fictional family living through the War of Independence and the beginnings of the Civil War in Maynooth, Co. Kildare. It is a Down at Heel production written by four Kildare based writers, Martina Reilly, Claire Joyce, Joe Bergin and Brendan Farrell who also acted as sound engineer. The project was sponsored by Kildare County Council through a Creative Ireland Bursary.
 
All aboard! Welcome to the HMS Games, where we’ll be broadcasting the TRUTH about video games, straight from an undisclosed marine location. Headed by Captain Aubrey Nintendo and her crew of pirate-radio gaming whizz-kids, this ship is on a mission: to save our games from the bigwigs who want to shut us DOWN. So sit back, start listening, and do not track the source of this radio signal, as we give you the low-down on all things gamery. Welcome! To Save Our Games. Supported by the Arts Counc ...
 
The unseen creature whose ravenous fangs dog your every step as your footfalls echo down the midnight alleyway. — A long, icy shadow looming over you, making the hairs on your neck rise and your breath turn to ragged puffs of mist. — Unearthly howls that pierce the night, pulling you from the comfort of sleep with feverish, heart-pounding dread. — Welcome to Tales to Terrify, a weekly horror fiction podcast that gets under your skin, lays eggs and hatches writhing baby horrors nursed on your ...
 
Welcome to They’re Only Stories. The podcast that celebrates storytelling and the people behind those stories. In our first season we are celebrating all things horror. Each week we have a new spooky audio drama, followed on by an interview with the writer, so make sure to sit back, relax and just listen… They’re Only Stories is produced by Ryots Productions in association with HeadStuff Podcast Network, funded by the Arts Council Ireland. To hear more about They’re Only Stories and other Ry ...
 
The Spinning Master is an adventure story about a woman who travels to another world to find her missing brother. Written like literature, researched like history, and steeped in Irish mythology, this is sci-fi without spaceships; fantasy without magic; and a love story that transcends species and gender. Expect aliens, autism, and video games. The Spinning Master is set in Ireland, in a dystopian and not-too-distant future. Ronan Lawless has vanished leaving his sister, Liath, deep in debt. ...
 
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Welcome to Bloomcast, a ten-part plunge into James Joyce's Ulysses presented by Adam Biles, Alice McCrum, and Lex Paulson, live from Shakespeare and Company bookshop in Paris. Join them as they muddle through this radical, sublime, and often misunderstood novel first published one hundred years ago, in 1922. In episode nine, Alice, Lex and Adam fin…
 
Welcome to episode 539. This week, we have two runners-up from this year’s Bram Stoker Awards. First, a down-on-her-luck woman finds a second chance at a mysterious house of ill-repute. Then, a horror author on a family outing runs afoul of the local livestock. COMING UP Good Evening: Flash Contest Closing, Stoker Awards: 00:01:06 Carol Gyzander’s …
 
Inga, Winnie, Burkhard and Henning take us to the 90s: a decade of Change and Unification of East and West into the Germany we know today. They recall how a new, capitalistic system was implemented into the hearts and minds of the former citizens of the GDR: with great force and speed. Free-floating years full of unknown dangers, in which these Chi…
 
Pages 795 - 814 │ Ithaca part II│ Read by Eloise Millar & Sam Jordison Eloise Millar and Sam Jordison are co-directors of Galley Beggar Press, an independent publisher from Norwich. Follow on Twitter: www.twitter.com/galleybeggars galleybeggar.co.uk * Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: https://podfollow.com/shakespeare-and-compa…
 
Pages 776 - 795 │ Ithaca part I│ Read by Greg Proops & Jennifer Canaga Greg Proops and Jennifer Canaga have a long-running podcast, The Smartest Man in the World. Recorded Live in New York, San Francisco, Hollywood, Australia, New Zealand, Montreal, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Stockholm, Oslo, Maui, London, aboard a ship off St. Maarten and oft…
 
Pages 766 - 776 │ Eumaeus, part VIII │ Read by Declan Mc Cavana Declan Mc Cavana MBE, was born in Belfast and educated at Trinity College Dublin. He is a senior lecturer of Rhetoric at the Ecole Polytechniqe. He is a founding member of the Paris Bloomsday Group, which reads from James Joyce's works in public several times a year. He is also Preside…
 
With huge thanks to Battle bards.com Syrinscape Kevin MaCleod at Incompetech FesliyanStudios and Pedar B Heland For their excellent music and sfx Intro Theme Composed by Ninichi : ninichimusic.com Twitter : @ninichimusic You can find my new scenario "The Idol of Thoth" here http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/229639/The-Idol-of-Thoth?src=hottest_fi…
 
As a special episode, listen to an interview with author Claire Keegan and her Argentinian (Spanish language) translator, Jorge Fondebrider. Sinéad Mac Aodha moderates. The discussion touches on Claire's latest novel, Small Things Like These; the beginnings of stories; the practice of writing fiction; translation and the relationship between author…
 
Our guest is artist and Berlin flaneur Constantin Montana. We discuss… The differences between gay life in Berlin and New York. How the internet changed hookup culture. Comparing our sexual educations. The effects of porn on kids. The death of subcultures Differences between dating in gay and straight cultures ‘The chat’ The glorious sluttiness of …
 
Pages 758 - 766 │ Eumaeus, part VII │ Read by Will Burns Will Burns is a writer from Buckinghamshire. He is the poet in residence at Caught by the River, was named a Faber New Poet in 2014 and his debut novel The Paper Lantern was selected as one of The Observer's best debuts for 2021. Buy The Paper Lantern here: https://shakespeareandcompany.com/I…
 
Pages 748 - 758 │ Eumaeus, part VI │ Read by James Gregor James Gregor is the author of the novel Going Dutch, published by Simon & Schuster. Going Dutch was selected as one of Entertainment Weekly's Ten Best Debut Novels of 2019, and was a finalist for the Amazon Canada First Novel Award. James holds an MFA in Fiction from Columbia. He has been a …
 
In this special bonus episode Lex Paulson speaks with Daniel Mulhall, author of Ulysses: A Reader’s Odyssey and Ireland’s ambassador to the USA. Buy Ulysses: A Reader’s Odyssey here: https://shakespeareandcompany.com/I/9781848408296/ulysses-a-readers-odyssey * Marking the centenary of Ireland’s – and possibly the world’s – most famous novel, this j…
 
Inga, Winnie, Henning & Burkhard were born in East-Germany, in the former GDR. They paint the picture of their youths in a country that no longer exists, the social principles of that society, the massive protests in the Autumn of 1989 and the complex feelings towards the fall of the Berlin wall. Did this day really mark the end of German history? …
 
Welcome to Episode 538. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a man whose hatred of elevators is eclipsed only by their hatred for him, and why you don’t have to be the sharpest tool in the shed to stand against the end of the world. COMING UP Good Evening: Flash Contest: 00:01:06 Rick Kennett & B. Michael Radburn’s They Wait as read by Chr…
 
Massage? Check! Fitness lesson? Check! Afternoon seance? Check! Imprisoned for murder? Yup! Time for a fancy dinner with a fancy Count in his fancy castle! Conversation should be flowing... the wine... oh and those emotions! Follow us on Twitter @D8Dungeon Join our Discord for more shenanigans! Dungeon Master - Declan Hephaesta Tinderson - Amber Na…
 
Pages 741 - 748 │ Eumaeus, part V │ Read by Carter Bays Carter Bays is the co-creator of the television series How I Met Your Mother. His debut novel, The Mutual Friend, will be available this summer. He lives in Pasadena, California. Buy The Mutual Friend here: https://shakespeareandcompany.com/I/9781529392180/the-mutual-friend-the-unmissable-debu…
 
Pages 734 - 741 │ Eumaeus, part IV │ Read by Jesse Ball Novelist. B. 1978 New York. Buy The Divers Game here: https://shakespeareandcompany.com/I/9781783785872/the-divers-game * Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: https://podfollow.com/shakespeare-and-company SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR EARLY EPISODES AND BONUS FEATURES All episodes of our…
 
With huge thanks to: https://tabletopaudio.com/ for music and SFX Plus: Battle bards.com Syrinscape Kevin MaCleod at Incompetech FesliyanStudios and Pedar B Heland For their excellent music and sfx Intro Theme Composed by Ninichi : ninichimusic.com Twitter : @ninichimusic This episode also features Mechanoreceptor - The Death Spiral (Kult - Elysium…
 
Pages 725 - 734 │ Eumaeus, part III │ Read by David Szalay David Szalay is the author of several books including "London and the South-East", "All That Man Is", and most recently "Turbulence". His work has won and been short-listed for numerous awards, and has been translated into more than twenty languages. Born in Canada, he grew up in London, an…
 
A silly take on the original radio series Flash Gordon. #FlashGordon #vintageradio Starting April 22, 1935, and again in May 2022 the strip was adapted into The Amazing Interplanetary Adventures of Flash Gordon, a 26-episode weekly radio serial. The series followed the strip very closely, amounting to a week-by-week adaptation of the Sunday strip f…
 
Pages 713 - 725 │ Eumaeus, part II │ Read by Tom McCarthy Tom McCarthy is a novelist whose work has been translated into more than 20 languages, and adapted for cinema, theatre and radio. His latest novel is 'The Making of Incarnation'. Since 2021 he has been a Swedish citizen. He lives in Berlin. Buy The Making of Incarnation here: https://shakesp…
 
Pages 704 - 713 │ Eumaeus, part I │ Read by David Keenan David Keenan is the author of five award-winning and critically acclaimed novels, This Is Memorial Device, For The Good Times, Xstabeth, The Towers The Fields The Transmitters and Monument Maker. He lives in Glasgow, Scotland. Follow on Twitter: www.twitter.com/reversediorama Buy Monument Mak…
 
Welcome to Bloomcast, a ten-part plunge into James Joyce's Ulysses presented by Adam Biles, Alice McCrum, and Lex Paulson, live from Shakespeare and Company bookshop in Paris. Join them as they muddle through this radical, sublime, and often misunderstood novel first published one hundred years ago, in 1922. In episode eight, Adam helps us understa…
 
Welcome to Episode 537. This week we have two tales for you, about a woman and her pup trapped at home during the pandemic and a man trying to figure out what keeps killing the neighbourhood dogs. COMING UP Good Evening: Stokers, Human Monsters Anthology, Flash Contest : 00:01:06 [Trigger] Sheree Shatsky’s You Wait in the Dark as read by Kat Woodfo…
 
Pages 672 - 703 │ Circe, part IV │ Read by the S&Co Table Readers Read by Adam Biles, Ben Brown, Heather Hartley, Octavia Horgan and Kate Poston. With Linda Fallon as Leopold Bloom and Lex Paulson as the Narrator. * Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: https://podfollow.com/shakespeare-and-company SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR EARLY EPISODES …
 
Pages 641 - 672 │ Circe, part III │ Read by the S&Co Table Readers Read by Adam Biles, Ben Brown, Amy Burgess, Amanda Dennis, Heather Heartley, Octavia Horgan and Kate Poston. Featuring Francesca Reece as Bella Cohen, with Linda Fallon as Leopold Bloom and Lex Paulson as the Narrator. * Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: https:/…
 
Pages 599 - 641 │ Circe, part II │ Read by the S&Co Table Readers Read by Adam Biles, Ben Brown, Heather Hartley, Octavia Horgan, Kate Poston, Francesca Reece. With Linda Fallon as Leopold Bloom and Lex Paulson as the Narrator. * Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: https://podfollow.com/shakespeare-and-company SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR E…
 
With huge thanks to: https://tabletopaudio.com/ for music and SFX Plus: Battle bards.com Syrinscape Kevin MaCleod at Incompetech FesliyanStudios and Pedar B Heland For their excellent music and sfx Intro Theme Composed by Ninichi : ninichimusic.com Twitter : @ninichimusic This episode also features Mechanoreceptor - The Death Spiral (Kult - Elysium…
 
Pages 561 - 599 │ Circe, part I │ Read by the S&Co Table Readers Read by Anne Bielec, Ben Brown, Amanda Dennis, Heather Heartley, Octavia Horgan, Conor Lee Bourke, Kate Poston, Francesca Reece. With Linda Fallon as Leopold Bloom and Lex Paulson as the Narrator. * Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: https://podfollow.com/shakespea…
 
Pages 554 - 561 │ Oxen of the Sun, part VIII │ Read by Paul Muldoon Paul Muldoon was born in County Armagh in 1951. He now lives in New York. A former radio and television producer for the BBC in Belfast, he has taught at Princeton University for thirty-five years. He is the author of fourteen collections of poetry including Moy Sand and Gravel, fo…
 
Bloomcast | Episode 7 | Circe Welcome to Bloomcast, a ten-part plunge into James Joyce's Ulysses presented by Adam Biles, Alice McCrum, and Lex Paulson, live from Shakespeare and Company bookshop in Paris. Join them as they muddle through this radical, sublime, and often misunderstood novel first published one hundred years ago, in 1922. In episode…
 
Welcome to Episode 536 We have one longer tale for you again this evening, about the importance of good nutrition for newborns.. COMING UP Good Evening: Flash Contest, Merch, HWA Mental Health Month: 00:01:06 Warren Benedetto’s Baby Food as read by Andrew Gibson: 00:05:37 PERTINENT LINKS Support us on Patreon! Spread the darkness. Shop Tales to Ter…
 
Just when the gang thought it was safe to go back to staying at Inns... or a Spa... or wait is it a Castle? Either way; they're in for more than a treat or treatment... as an old enemy resurfaces and the matter of some very dank lodgings raises serious threats! Seaweed wrap anyone? Follow us on Twitter @D8Dungeon Join our Discord for more shenaniga…
 
Agnes, Michael & Chris make us feel what it means to live in a country, divided by identity politics in every aspect of daily life. In response, they show us how to move forward from a place of trouble. With courage & guided by strong principles, but always: with lots of care for the people around you. Part 2 of 2. Created by Andrea Voets and Luke …
 
Pages 547 - 554 │ Oxen of the Sun, part VII │ Read by Tara Mulholland Tara Mulholland is a screenwriter and translator. Born in London, she grew up in Ireland, and moved to France in 2002. https://www.taramulholland.net/ * Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: https://podfollow.com/shakespeare-and-company SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR EARLY EP…
 
Pages 540 - 547 │ Oxen of the Sun, part VI │ Read by Pete Buttigieg Pete Buttigieg currently serves as the 19th Secretary of Transportation. Prior to joining the Biden-Harris Administration, Secretary Buttigieg served two terms as mayor of his hometown of South Bend, Indiana. A graduate of Harvard University and a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, Buttigie…
 
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