Mysteries in Audio: Podcast

Radio-mic Patrick, a man wise beyond his years and master of that smashing resource, At The Scene of the Crime, today celebrates the second online birthday of his blog. As we are both fans of mystery audios I was thrilled to be asked to participate in his podcast devoted to the subject. Part one was posted in December (to listen, click here) and now you can access the sequel. In it we discuss BBC Radio, such crime writers as Anthony Horowitz and Gilbert Adair, and the original audios produced by Big Finish Productions, the company responsible for Jago and Litefoot and original Sherlock Holmes stories too.

So, if you are you interested in the Sound of Fearclick here

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7 Responses to Mysteries in Audio: Podcast

  1. Colin says:

    Very cool indeed!

  2. piero says:

    Ti avverto che è uscito l’articolo di cui ti avevo parlato. Se ti interessa, e credo di sì, vai sul mio sito inglese. Ciao.
    P.

  3. Pearl says:

    I’m delighted to discover your blog and the wealth of lists you’ve compiled, particularly on vintage mysteries, of which I’ve only scratched the surface (I wish I’d had the list in hand when just the other day, I was perusing the vast mystery section at a used bookstore.). My daughter and I are going through the Ellery Queen titles, and though we’ve not actually solved a single one, we came extremely close on The Dutch Shoe Mystery. It’s only our third one…we’ll get there if it kills us.

    I never knew Big Finish Productions existed, so this revelation is an added bonus. Are you familiar with Jim French Productions? They have a vast library of audio dramas. Their portrayals of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are extremely faithful to Sir Doyle’s (I think he’d approve). They also feature The Hilary Caine Mysteries, which comes in a close second, imo.

    Anyway, your blog is a great find. Thank you!

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