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.
- Evie's two novels are After the Fire, a Still, Small Voice and All the Birds, Singing. She has also published a graphic memoir called Everything is Teeth in collaboration with artist Joe Sumner.
- The bookshop which Evie helps run is Review in Peckham, London.
- Evie's website can be found here and her Twitter feed is at @EvieWyld.
- 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 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
- Family of the Damned was written by Stewart Pringle and performed by Ben Scheck. The music was composed by Odinn Orn Hilmarsson. It was directed by Tom Crowley and recorded by Benjamin Partridge.
- Eleanor spoke to Sarah Anson and Máirín O'Hagan of Queynte Laydies, whose website can be found here and whose Twitter feed is at @QueynteLadies.
- Queynte Laydies' play in development Lady Percy is an adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry IV plays.
- Virginia Davis is a Professor of Medieval History at Queen Mary University of London.
- Warkworth Castle is a ruined medieval stronghold in Northumberland, England.