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Cast Macabre runs a wide range of stories from all around the world. Some have classic supernatural tropes, others just take the every day to the extreme, some make you laugh, others shudder, but they're all delightfully dark in some way, and all high quality. We've run stories by new and upcoming authours, as well as established writers, such as Tim Pratt, and the Bram Stoker awarding-winning poet, Marge Simon. Past narrators include, Norm Sherman, Alasdair Stuart, Rish Outfield, and Julie ...
 
History Now is a weekly history show, broadcast on Northern Visions TV in Belfast and presented by historian Barry Sheppard. A focus on Irish and world history, the show's host speaks with local and professional historians from across the world on a range of historical topics. (All podcasts of History Now episodes are courtesy of Northern Visions Television Belfast).
 
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Barry Sheppard is joined by authors Dr Gareth Mulvenna, "Tartan Gangs and Paramilitaries: The Loyalist Backlash" and Dr Jonathan Evershed "Ghosts of the Somme: Commemoration and Culture War in Northern Ireland" to discuss Loyalist youth gangs and Loyalist and Unionist commemorations of the Somme.
 
Barry Sheppard is joined by human rights activist and author, Dr Brian Dooley. Author of several books, including "Robert Kennedy: The Final Years" and "Black and Green: The Fight for Civil Rights in Northern Ireland & Black America", Brian is speaking to Barry about Ireland and the Irish diaspora and his book "Choosing the Green? Second Generation…
 
Barry Sheppard speaks with American philosopher, political activist, social critic, and public intellectual, Professor Cornel West. Recorded on NVTV for History Now's 100th episode, Professor West discusses how history has played an important role in teaching philosophy and discusses some of the historical figures who have made an impact upon his l…
 
Recorded in February 2020, Barry Sheppard was joined by Dr Brian Hanley from Trinity College Dublin, and Dr Ida Milne from Carlow College to talk about the aborted commemoration of Royal Irish Constabulary officers who died during the Irish War of Independence, asking if this proposed commemoration impacted Fine Gael's 2020 election campaign.…
 
Barry Sheppard is joined by historian and host of the History of the Cuban Revolution podcast, Nick Ramos. A podcast series that covers the history of Cuba, from Columbus to Castro, focusing on the events of the Cuban Revolution of 1953-1959, its causes, and its repercussions. https://thinkabouthistory.podbean.com/…
 
History Now Extra - Barry Sheppard is joined by Dr Emily Mark-Fitzgerald, Associate Professor in the School of Art History and Cultural Policy at University College Dublin. Emily is speaking about the controversy over the alteration of photographs in the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum by Irish photography artist, Matt Loughrey, and the colourization of…
 
Barry Sheppard welcomes historians John Dorney and Cathal Brennan to discuss the Irish Civil War and the border question in the revolutionary period. John Dorney is the author of several books on the Irish revolution. Cathal Brennan is a historian and researcher and the host (alongside John) of the Irish History Show podcast.…
 
Barry Sheppard is joined by historian and critic Dr Niamh Puirséil, whose book 'Kindling the Flame: 150 Years of the Irish National Teacher's Organisation' examines the INTO from the age of the Fenians to Brexit, charting the development of one of Ireland’s oldest and most influential unions, as well as offering an in-depth look at education and so…
 
Barry Sheppard welcomes Professor of modern Irish history at University College Dublin, Diarmaid Ferriter to the show. Professor Ferriter discusses his two books, 'On the Edge. Ireland’s Off-shore Islands: A Modern History' and 'The Border: The Legacy of a Century of Anglo-Irish Politics', both of which had been recently published at the time of th…
 
Barry Sheppard is joined by Professor Guy Beiner, historian from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, author of Forgetful Remembrance: Social Forgetting and Vernacular Historiography of a Rebellion in Ulster. And Dr Peter Collins from St. Mary's University College Belfast, author of Who Fears to Speak of ’98: Commemoration and the Continuing Impact …
 
So, I made a new website, which I couldn't afford to maintain, and I have only just managed to get around to getting the old website back and remove the redirect! I only managed to put out one episode on the new site, and here it is. The date of this post doesn't match when this episode was originally put out. I'll look into making sure the iTunes …
 
Read by Graeme Dunlop Click to play or download the MP3. Show Notes This is part three. Thanks to Tim Pratt for selling us the rights to produce this fabulous long story for Cast Macabre. Thanks to Graeme for narrating, producing, and guest hosting this week's episode, and a special thanks to all the fantastic narrators he lined up for us. Music pr…
 
Read by Graeme Dunlop Click to play or download the MP3. Show Notes This is part two. Listen to part one here. Part three will be episode 45. Thanks to Tim Pratt for selling us the rights to produce this fabulous long story for Cast Macabre. Thanks to Graeme for narrating, producing, and guest hosting this week's episode. Music provided by Mevio at…
 
Read by Barry J. Northern Click to play or download the MP3. Show Notes For Neil Gaiman and Mike Carlos Edward Morris is a 2005 British Science Fiction Association Award nominee, also nominated for the 2009 Rhysling Award. To date, he has sold 74 short stories worldwide, including sales to Interzone(#200, 'Imagine'), Pseudopod (#106, 'Jihad Over In…
 
Read by Barry J. Northern Click to play or download the MP3. Show Notes Find out more about Alethea Kontis and her work at http://aletheakontis.com Blue and Gray & Black and Green was first published in the Legends of the Mountain State 4 anthology from Woodland Press. Cast Macabre fans might also like: Music provided by Mevio at Music Alley All in…
 
Read by R. E. Chambliss Click to play or download the MP3. Show Notes “Have you ever heard of the Turner Beast?” My grandpa asked while sitting in his wooden rocker by the fireplace. Jane shook her head from side to side as I took a sip of Moxie. Anna released a groan . . . Find out more about authour Sheldon Higdon and narrator R. E. Chambliss. Mu…
 
Read by Graeme Dunlop Click to play or download the MP3. Show Notes Another great horror short story, this week, from Patrick Hurley. This week's story contains strong profanity and explicit violence. In late spring of 1794, villagers along the Gold Coast of Ghana discovered an abandoned merchant ship run aground on their shore. The proper authorit…
 
Read by Barry J. Northern Click to play or download the MP3. Show Notes Click here to visit Raymond Gates' website Renee Chambliss blogs about her experiences narrating for Cast Macabre. Read Unblinking's comments on the High Priest here. Click here to sign up to the Cast Macabre newsletter. Music provided by Mevio at Music Alley Suite Gothique - T…
 
Read by Graeme Dunlop Click to play or download the MP3. Show Notes Sign up for our new horror community. Find out more about Christopher Ryan at his blog, PrehistoryRanch.com. The text of this week's story is published online at Pulp Metal Magazine Find out more about Dante's Inferno Extra Content and Secret Stuff! Sign up for our new horror commu…
 
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