Mysteries in Audio: Podcast

Radio-micI’m a big fan of audio drama (and for a year I even hosted a blog devoted to the subject) and have occasionally reviewed full cast radio plays here at Fedora (for a list of some of these see here). As a result Patrick of his At The Scene of the Crime blog invited me to participate to his podcast on the subject. The first part just got posted and in it we discuss spoken books, Old Time Radio, John Dickson Carr, BBC Radio adaptations and original audios produced by such fine companies as Big Finish Productions, responsible for the wonderful steampunk ‘infernal adventures’ of Victorian adventurers Jago and Litefoot and a new batch of original Sherlock Holmes stories too, including an excellent case set after the Titanic sinking (reviewed here).

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8 Responses to Mysteries in Audio: Podcast

  1. Sergio – Oh, how wonderful! And a fascinating discussion between you and Patrick too. So very informative. Thanks for working with Patrick on this.

  2. le0pard13 says:

    I must check this out. I’ll be back afterwards.

  3. TomCat says:

    I’ll probably listen to this later today, when I can give it my full attention. Sounds interesting!

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