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Posted 23 November 2008 - 12:20 PM
In this episode we continue the reading of "Through the Brazilian Wilderness" by T Roosevelt and then have musical interlude before listening to a dark poetical piece set to music, by James Patton
Posted 30 November 2008 - 06:33 PM
In this episode we continue the reading of "Through the Brazilian Wilderness" by T Roosevelt and then have musical interlude before listening to part 10 of Lovecrafts "The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath!.
Posted 30 November 2008 - 10:57 PM
Posted 03 January 2009 - 03:09 PM
In this episode of the Cthulhu podcast your host takes a bit of a break due to illness ( a cold that just wont go ). So rather than any reading by myself I've broken the format and included little bits from different places.
The first segment is a piece of ambient style music from a group called "the Unnameable", the album is called "Graves are not hard to digg and acids loth to burn"(sic), the track is called "Teeth & Claws Sharpened on Centuries of Corpses".
This is followed by a short story written by Lord Dunsany called "Horde of Gebbelins" and is read by Mark Smith.
Then is an H.P. Lovecraft poem called "The Book, Pursuit, the Key" which is read and put to a musical accompanyment by Colin Timothy Gagnon.
The show winds up with another shorter track from the Unnameable, this one nicely called "If I am mad, it is a mercy".
Posted 10 January 2009 - 08:57 PM
I start the show with part 9 of "Through the Brazillion Wilderness" by Teddy Roosevelt. Today we hear a story about man-eating big cats.
Then is a musical number from 1928 by Abe Lymans California Ambassador Hotel Orchestra called "A Jazz Holiday".
The show ends with the dramatic final part of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dream Quest of Unkown Kadath" read for us by Maureen O'Brien.
Remember folks, I'm always looking for peoples contributions. Stories, poems, articles. There's no money in it, it's done for fun, and would generally be released under an Attrib' Non-Com No-Deriv license. The show will claim no rights on your work.
Posted 24 January 2009 - 10:29 PM
In this episode we continue with teddy's book, Through the Brazillion Wilderness then listen to a 1928 musical number and then leap into a short story from The King in Yellow entitled "The mask".
Posted 01 February 2009 - 03:51 PM
In this episode we continue the trip "Through the Brazillian Wilderness" and hear for the first time about Piranas!
Then a period piece of music from Whispering Jack Smith
The main feature is part 1 of "The Rats in the Wall".
Oh and it's off topic a little but I read a "dark" short story on the 100th episode of the DrabbleCast so you might want to check that out.
Posted 07 February 2009 - 06:50 PM
In this episode we have part 14 of teddy Roosevelt's trip through the jungle and a track from Marrian Harris, a rousing mand martial track from 1918.
The fiction this week is part 2 of "The Rats in the walls" by Howard himself!
Posted 24 February 2009 - 07:27 PM
The main feature is "Mark of the beast" by Rudyard Kipling.
Music from 1929, a track called Marianne.
And of course the show opens with the next part of "Through the Brazillian Wilderness".
Next Sunday a Lovecraft story, but which one...
Posted 08 March 2009 - 09:18 PM
The main feature today is specially written story by Robert Evans called "The Well"
Posted 14 March 2009 - 02:54 PM
Too much? I think not!
Posted 28 March 2009 - 10:55 PM
In this episode I read "Pickman's Model", play a 1920 Ted Lewis musical number, and read part 17 of "Through the Brazillian Wilderness".
There's a lot of me in this episode so I had to draft in a guest to do the continuity.
Posted 04 April 2009 - 02:31 PM
In this episode we hear the next installment of "Through the Brazilian Wilderness" and a 1923 track from Marrion Harris. The main story is a Robert E. Howard story starring Solomon Kane, called "Rattle of Bones".
Posted 12 April 2009 - 11:01 AM
As well as continuing Teddy Roosevelts book, we have a 1925 musical number and then the main feature is part 1 of a two part story by William La Fleur. William also write "Northern Faery Ring" which I featured on the show a while back.
This story is set in warmer climes and starts with a suicide. You cant get more Lovecraftian than that!
Come on by and take a listen.
Posted 02 May 2009 - 02:57 PM
In this episode we breeze past another reading from Through the Brazillian Wilderness and blow over a 1929 musical number and draft into the main story which is a short taken from "The King in Yellow" that's called "The Street of the Four Winds", read for us by Peter Yearsley.