When an experiment in a time much like our own goes horribly awry, Dr. Sally Grissom finds herself stranded in the past and entrenched in the activities of a clandestine branch of the US government. Grissom and her team quickly learn that there's no safety net when toying with the fundamental logic of the universe.
Marvel & Stitcher Present: MARVELS
MARVELS, based on the graphic novel by Kurt Busiek & Alex Ross. Written by Lauren Shippen. Directed by Paul Bae. Recording & sound design by Mischa Stanton.
Out now, wherever you listen.
Introducing Remarkable Providences
Remarkable Providences is an exploration of Puritans and pettiness, magic and misogyny, gospel and government, and, of course, the Salem Witch Trials.
CARAVAN, A Weird-West Audio Adventure by Tau Zaman.
First two episodes available now!
Social media: @CaravanRadio
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Inside Ars Paradoxica 36C (feat. The Whisperforge et al)
A story about the past, the future, and the choices we make that can change both forever
The Far Meridian – Season 2 Teaser
The Far Meridian returns August 27th.
Subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts, and follow on social media @TheFarMeridian!
Bonus: The Whisperforge Gets Locked Out
At PodCon 2017, weary travelers Kristen and Dan just want to check into their hotel room. Deprived a clean bed and a warm shower, they search for food and pine about potentially-lost costumes.
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If you love quality audio drama, this is a must-listen. The great thing about finding a brilliant podcast like this late in the day is being able to binge all three seasons in one go. Wow! What a ride it’s been! I’m so impressed by the creative brilliance of the writers, producers and performers. I’ll be hunting down other productions they’ve made - right after I’ve listened to this from beginning to end again, because I live it so much.
god what a story
i love the characters, the story. the acting... how everything ties in together. the ending was bittersweet, but nice.
This is the one
This is the podcast that made me love audio dramas. Ars paradoxica became the pillow I slept on every night for a month and left me dreaming of butterflies, their effects, and the hurricanes a flap of their wings can cause.