We've been recording our stories since the beginning, and we have a ton of audio goodness (over 150 episodes) available on our podcast over at Jellycast: you can subscribe, download or listen to them individually here if you haven't already. Our most popular episodes, by bandwidth, are listed in order below. #CommuteSorted
Gods & Mortals (September 2016) Starring in September's six stories we have a sassy Satan, a Yorkshire Charon, the Irish god of poetry and love Aengus Og, the Almighty himself in a Mexican prison, Dionysus at AA, Baron Samedi on a Bradford bus, and, of course, guineapigs.
Work & Play (August 2016): Let your hair down in an office-appropriate fashion with our five winning stories on a Work & Play theme. Topics include demonic harassment in the workplace, death while shopping, post-mortem am-dram, colleague cuckoldry and a room full of nightmares, which for once doesn't mean the stationery cupboard ...
Flesh & Bone (October 2016): For Hallowe'en we served up plenty of fresh fictional meat: embalmers and gravediggers in love, vengeful Hollywood wives, worms, livestock, bodyswaps, zombies, ghosts, revenants and a rather crap cyborg. Enjoy!
Beginning & End (May 2014): Five stories running the gamut from birth to death, with rat pie, off-piste birth plans, Aussie anglers, eidetic prodigies and fiery apocalypse in between.
Rack & Ruin (March 2017): Join our pity party and drown your sorrows! Our six tales-of-fail feature stomp-happy giants, ailing pets, serial killers, Roman ruins, decadent down-and-outs and - perhaps most distressingly - creeping male pattern baldness.
Light & Dark (December 2016): Elves, Secret Santa, obscene Christmas lights, Ebenezer Scrooge, estranged relatives and a really, REALLY awkward Christmas dinner - our seasonal special has it all.
Truth & Dare (March 2014): We asked for tales of honesty, bravery and Spin the Bottle. What we got was snipe, booze, Central African corruption, coups, Hoxton tw*ts, naked photography and Death personified, twice. Enjoy.
Boom & Bust (March 2015): The winning stories for our Radio 4-broadcast 2015 event featured Polish pick-up artists, financial cruelty, Deptford dockers, people jumping off buildings, Japanese translators and really a LOT of swearing. (Fly Like a Dolphin is definitely NSFW).