EPISODE 8: FEAR

EPISODE NOTES:
Released Wednesday 25th October 2017

Story Etc. Episode 8: Fear was produced and presented by Tom CrowleyJenny Redmond and Eleanor Rushton. The supervising editor is Odinn Orn Hilmarsson, who also composed the music.

INTRO:

ROBERT NAIRNE:

ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION:

COPPICE, THE LIVING PUPPET GIRL:

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TANYA KIRK:

ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION:

MALIK IBHEIS:

THE WHISPERERS:

JAMES CARNEY:

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EPISODE 6: MUSIC

EPISODE NOTES:
Released Thursday 17th August 2017

Story Etc. Episode 6: Music is produced and presented by Tom Crowley, Jenny Redmond and Eleanor Rushton. The supervising editor was Odinn Orn Hilmarsson, who also composed the music (except where otherwise stated).

STORY ETC. LIVE - 7:30pm, Thursday 24th August at the Wenlock & Essex in Angel, London. Tickets available here.

INTRODUCTION:

  • Tom mentions the Spirited Away score, composed by Joe Hisaishi. The soundtrack album can be ordered online on CD, or bought from the iTunes Store here.

ODINN ORN HILMARSSON:

MARY LOU by LUKE COURTIER:

  • Luke Courtier is a writer, musician and comedian based in London. His website can be found here and he can be found on Twitter at @lukecourtier.

ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION:

JON WYGENS:

VICTOR VOX:

  • Victor Vox is a songwriter and performer based in London. His website can be found here, and he is on Twitter @victorvoxmusic.
  • One of Victor's greatest influences is Tom Waits, the American singer-songwriter, composer and actor.
  • The song Cloud Shepherd, featured in this episode, is available on Victor's EP Live At Eastcote Studios. It features Yaron Stavi on double bass and Adam Hayes on drums.

ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION:

RICHARD by ANNA LOU LARKIN:

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EPISODE 5: INTERACTION

EPISODE NOTES:
Released Thursday 12th July 2017
Story Etc. Episode 5: Interaction is produced and presented by Tom Crowley, Jenny Redmond and Eleanor Rushton. The supervising editor was Odinn Orn Hilmarsson, who also composed the music (except where otherwise stated).

STORY ETC. LIVE - 7:30pm, Thursday 24th August at the Wenlock & Essex in Angel, London.

INTRODUCTION:

  • Grim Fandango is an adventure game originally produced by LucasArts, subsequently remastered and re-released by Double Fine.
  • Punchdrunk Theatre is an immersive theatre company, most famous for Sleep No More, a response to Shakespeare's Macbeth, still running in New York.
  • Secret Cinema screens films in immersive environments, using set and actors to build the world of the film up around the screening.
  • Death of the King was an immersive punk murder mystery, originally performed at Colab Factory in Southwark in May-June 2017.
  • Pantomime is a traditional Christmas performance, first developed in England, still popular today, mostly across the United Kingdom.

CLANCY FLYNN:

BLOOD WILL HAVE BLOOD:

  • This excerpt from Blood Will Have Blood was written by Clancy Flynn. Fleance was played by Dan Buckley and The Witch was Jamie Birkett. The sound design was by Nicola Chang. The director was Rosanna Mallinson.
  • More information on ImmerCity's productions can be found at their website, here.

ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION:

MATT WIETESKA:

ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION:

ELLIE GIBSON:

RHIANNA PRATCHETT:

THE LAMB:

DARYL ATKINS:

  • Daryl Atkins is the Executive Creative Director of REWIND, a creative agency and digital production studio. They can be found on Twitter at @rewindco.

ONEOHONE THEATRE:

  • Oneohone Theatre is an immersive and interactive theatre company based in London. Their website can be found here, and they are on Twitter at @oneohonetheatre.
  • The two founding members interviewed here are Eleanor Rushton and Asia Osborne.
  • Oneohone's show 101 is a recurring event where the audience plays a vital role and the scenarios change in every performance. More information on 101 can be found here.

UPDATE: If you enjoyed The Lamb and are interested in interactive audio, listener Ian R Buck has pointed us towards Codename Cygnus - a verbally interactive audio spy thriller, available for iPhone and Android. More information available at the website, here.

EPISODE 4: SCIENCE

EPISODE NOTES:
Released Friday 23rd June 2017

Story Etc. Episode 4: Science is produced and presented by Tom Crowley, Jenny Redmond and Eleanor Rushton. The supervising editor was Odinn Orn Hilmarsson, who also composed the music.

INTRODUCTION:

MARGARET CAVENDISH:

  • Olivia Smith, interviewed here, is a Wellcome Trust researcher at the University of Oxford. She can be found on Twitter at @OliveFSmith.
  • Olivia Onyehara, who reads the extracts from Cavendish's writing, is a London-based actor. You can find her on Twitter at @oonyehara and you can hear her interviewed in our first episode, Inclusion, here.
  • A small gallery of original plates of Cavendish's books can be found here.
  • Margaret Cavendish was the Duchess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, born 1623, died 1673. More information on her and her work can be found here.
  • Margaret Cavendish's novel The Blazing World, full title The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing World is a utopian romance, widely considered to be one of the first science fiction novels.
  • Olivia S also discusses one of Cavendish's non-fiction works, Observations Upon Experimental Philosophy.
  • Olivia S refers to The Royal Society, a society for scientific experimentation for the UK and Commonwealth, which still exists today. You can find their website here.
  • Olivia S refers to the Diary of Samuel Pepys. Pepys was one of the most notable chroniclers of London society in the mid-17th Century.

MARGARET CAVENDISH FOOTNOTES:

SATURDAY NIGHT IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM:

  • Saturday Night in the Solar System was written by Olly Allsopp and is performed by Jamie Laird. It was directed and recorded by Tom Crowley.
  • An archive of Olly Allsopp's comedy writing can be found here.

ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION:

ADAM ROBERTS:

GEMMA ARROWSMITH:

EPISODE 3: SECRET

EPISODE NOTES
Released Thursday 11th May 2017
Story Etc. Episode 3: Secret is produced and presented by Tom Crowley, Jenny Redmond and Eleanor Rushton. The supervising editor is Odinn Orn Hilmarsson, who also composed the music. Story Etc. is a production of Audioscribble and Crowley & Co. Special thanks this month to Benjamin Partridge of The Beef and Dairy Network Podcast and Matthew Keeler of The Tristan Bates Theatre.

STORY ETC. LIVE - 7:30pm, Thursday 25th May 2017 at the Wenlock and Essex in Angel, London. Tickets available here.

EVIE WYLD:

DARYL GREEN:

  • Daryl's professional profile can be found here, and his Twitter feed is at @ilikeoldbooks.
  • Some images of the books which Daryl and Jenny discussed can be found here.
  • Peter Apian, or Petrus Apianus, was a 16th Century astronomer, who put together astronomical charts, or the Astronomicum Caesareum.
  • The 'colophon' is the publishing information of a book, usually printed on the title or end pages of the volume.

STEWART PRINGLE:

  • Stewart is the Associate Dramaturg of the Bush Theatre in Shepherd's Bush, London.
  • Stewart writes criticism for The Stage and New Scientist occasionally, and you can find his Twitter feed at @stewartwpringle.
  • The Cybermen are a race of cybernetically augmented humanoids, frequent villains in Doctor Who.
  • The Twilight Zone was a science fiction anthology TV programme created by Rod Serling, which has appeared in American film and television in various forms. The guide to the series which Stewart describes is The Twilight Zone Companion, compiled by Marc Scott Zicree.
  • All of the childhood horror stories of Stewart's which he has compiled so far, including thorough footnotes, can be found here.

FAMILY OF THE DAMNED

QUEYNTE LAYDIES

DATELESS NIGHT