Uncanny USA – Danny Robins takes his investigations stateside

This spring, Danny Robins expands the reach of his hit paranormal investigations series.  The show, which began on BBC Radio 4 in 2021 and has since made the leap to television, will now look into unnerving tales of paranormal experiences drawn from across the US. Here’s what we know about Uncanny USA: The supernatural investigative … >

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BBC Radio 4 - The Witch Farm

The Witch Farm – new podcast series from BBC Radio 4

The show stars Alexandra Roach, Joseph Fiennes, Reece Shearsmith and Torchwood‘s Tom Price.  BBC Radio 4 have announced another potentially terrifying podcast. Again fronted by Danny Robins, the show comes from Bafflegab – makers of The Battersea Poltergeist and Uncanny. Using their customary blend of drama and documentary, The Witch Farm re-investigates the true story … >

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Uncanny meets Ghosts podcast

Ghosts Series 4 launches with a behind-the-scenes podcast (updated)

The hit BBC sitcom returns for more spectral shenanigans.  (Updated 27/09/22): BBC Sounds announce a further podcast special, blending two of our paranormal favourites. With the new series of Ghosts airing, and Inside… Ghosts going behind the scenes, there’s now another piece of ghostly listening – a special edition of the podcast Uncanny. Exploring the … >

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New Scarifyers audiobook released to support the DEC Ukraine Appeal

MI:13 are back for a new adventure, An American Werewolf in Ludlow, read by Terry Molloy.  As the shocking situation in Ukraine unfolds, those brilliant audio producers Bafflegab have responded. They have used their talents to produce a special adventure for The Scarifyers; all profits from the release will support the Disasters Emergency Committee Ukraine … >

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The Sound at the End – a chilly new audiobook thriller from Bafflegab

Audible’s frosty new tale is set on an Arctic research base.  Billed as a “chilling, immersive audio experience”, the brilliant Bafflegab (Uncanny, The Battersea Poltergeist) have produced a new original novel for Audible. Written by Kirsty Logan, the story follows the eclectic crew of an Arctic research base and the newcomer who may uncover the … >

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Bafflegab bring Howl’s Moving Castle to Radio 4

Diana Wynne Jones’ novel has been adapted as an hour-long Sunday afternoon drama.  First published in 1986, and famously made into an Oscar-nominated anime film, Howl’s Moving Castle is a fantasy classic. Set in the land of Ingary, it tells the story of Sophie Hatter who is resigning herself to an uninteresting life working in … >

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Uncanny Podcast

Uncanny – New BBC Radio 4 Podcast series investigates the paranormal

The fifteen-part series, from the makers of The Battersea Poltergeist, will be presented by Danny Robins. The BBC have announced that their new podcast series Uncanny, from the award winning writer Danny Robins will be “an expansive investigation into the paranormal, turning the listeners into armchair supernatural sleuths”. Uncanny will explore fifteen new individual stories, with … >

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Bafflegab goes to Hollywood Battersea Poltergeist

Bafflegab goes to Hollywood — The Battersea Poltergeist to be adapted

Bafflegab goes to Hollywood as The Battersea Poltergeist is picked up for development We’ve reported before on podcasts becoming dramas, and we’re delighted to say this one’s a UK podcast, and it’s made by our friends Bafflegab Productions. Here’s part of their news story: Blumhouse, the studio behind Paranormal Activity, Get Out and The Invisible Man, have … >

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The Battersea Poltergeist

The Battersea Poltergeist coming to BBC Sounds soon

Coming soon to BBC Sounds / Radio 4 is The Battersea Poltergeist an intriguing new podcast made by Bafflegab Productions Just revealed by Bafflegab Productions (whose remake of Children of the Stones is up for an audio drama award) is The Battersea Poltergeist. It’s described as a mix of documentary and drama, written and presented by Danny Robins. On … >

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