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It started as one of the most chilling audiodramas of all time, and now A New Winter brings you standalone stories that will make your skin crawl, as well as discussions, ramblings and reviews of cult films, music, TV series and games that inspire the world of A New Winter.


Host Sam LeGassick works as a Producer, Writer & Creative in Film & TV, for companies including Disney, MTV & even the now-defunct UK Film Council. His co-hosts include his long time friend, bandmate and vinyl addict Dan, as well as the occasional special guest - so listen to them give their opinions on the weird and wonderful.

A New Winter: Cults & Culture A New Winter

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.0, 17 Ratings

It started as one of the most chilling audiodramas of all time, and now A New Winter brings you standalone stories that will make your skin crawl, as well as discussions, ramblings and reviews of cult films, music, TV series and games that inspire the world of A New Winter.


Host Sam LeGassick works as a Producer, Writer & Creative in Film & TV, for companies including Disney, MTV & even the now-defunct UK Film Council. His co-hosts include his long time friend, bandmate and vinyl addict Dan, as well as the occasional special guest - so listen to them give their opinions on the weird and wonderful.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Ava0Q ,

Worth listening

I've only heard the first episode, but it was enough to make me subscribe. The episodes are short which makes them great for a quick break. There's a couple of 'Huh?! What?!' moments but hoping they're resolved in coming episodes.

Australian mum ,

Loose track of story with 5 min episodes

I regretfully am giving it 3 stars.
Great story 1, engaging narrator 1, leaving me wanting more 1.
An epic and amazing story is lost in the short episodes. As mentioned in other reviews 25 min episodes would get you 5 stars from many listeners. With the intro and outtro many waisted minutes talking about no advertising, I would rather adverting and longer episodes.I had repeatedly listen to episodes a few times to remind me what part of the story i was up too. I found this very annoying. As this is a fantasy story missing an episode you can miss the context for future scenes. The narrator was engaging and contributed to the tone and confusion of the story. This podcast falls short with the short episodes. I am still persisting in listening to the podcast but its had work. I am very interested in the authors future stories.

WiseSally08 ,

Yeah nah

You should’ve listened to your friend and written a book instead of this podcast... OR combined 5 episodes at a time which would’ve taken 27 minutes including the 2 min spiel of it being ad free and no sponsors. I understand why there are no sponsors as the story gets completely lost with so many breaks. I really tried to listen and frustratingly got to episode 19.
Am unsubscribing. 🤯

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