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Cornucopia Radio Podcast

Summary: Hello and welcome, we’re the Cornucopia Radioshow and we make audio. Our work is a mixture of original sketch comedy, new radio plays, monologues, streams of consciousness, interesting features, strange music and whatever else keeps us up late at night. Above all, we like to be creative...

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 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 69: Fading Down The River | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:30:44

The future comes for us all eventually. No matter how many times we have fought the good fight. So on the morning of September 1838, the HMS Temeraire, known as the ‘Fighting Temeraire’, was towed down the Thames to her final destination. On that day, the artist William Turner looked upon the scene and immortalised it in what was later to become the nation’s favourite painting. But there was more to this story than just a painting, but perhaps it is not the story you were expecting… "Fading Down The River" is our new historical audiodrama. Written by Brian Stephenson and Christopher Bellamy.

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 68: The Exhibit | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:21:52

The gavel slams onto its pedestal and the audience burst into applause. All around them, the gallery is buzzing with conversations from its many occupants, who mingle amongst the different paintings, photographs and sculptures that reside in this beautiful and luxurious endless white room. At the back, beaming with pride; stands Oscar Johansson. He is the artist behind all of this work... even though most of it was created by ‘something’ else. ‘The Exhibit’ is our new Scripted-Podcast written by Andrew Shaktah, which investigates how Artificial Intelligence is increasingly being used to create new artistic works in a variety of fields. But at what point do the people behind the AI start to deserve as much credit as the artists themselves?

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 67: Sink With Me | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:18:00

Deep underneath the waves of the ocean, two young women are on an adventure to see what hides within these hidden dark depths. Yet, danger lurks within this alternative steampunk world and soon Evie and Savannah realise that their submersible might also become their permanent tomb. So as the lights slowly fail and the air becomes cold, the only thing left between these two best friends are hidden secrets and forgotten emotions… ‘Sink With Me’ is our new emotional ‘steampunk audiodrama’ written by Jonas Tintenseher. Starring Julia Gu and Kim Gasiciel. We hope you enjoy listening

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 66: Accelerator | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:12:34

Deep underground, in a secret location; a team of engineers and scientists are about to embark on a breakthrough experiment which could change our fundamental understanding of science and physics. But do these people actually understand what it is they are attempting and are they really correct in ignoring the dire warnings? They say monsters could be unleashed and that the timestream might even start collapsing backwards upon itself... But that could never happen... could it?

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 65: Pod to Pluto | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:13:50

Today is going to be the last day for Jemima working as a UK space engineer. Once she’s finished this final job on adult satellite hugemongouswowwows.com , she’s taking the engineering-pod back to Command & Control for her leaving party. It’s going to be glorious. She’s going to make a funny yet poignant speech. People will cry and tell her that they’re going to miss her. She’ll be showered with gifts and then she’s going to Exeter with her boyfriend to start a new life! She’s forgotten to put any of this in her protocol diary, but that won’t matter; will it? This is a special one-off broadcast of our new #scifi #comedy #audiodrama. To listen to future episodes you’ll need to subscribe to the separate feed at http://www.cornucopia-radio.co.uk/pluto

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 65: Pod to Pluto | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:13:50

Today is going to be the last day for Jemima working as a UK space engineer. Once she’s finished this final job on adult satellite hugemongouswowwows.com , she’s taking the engineering-pod back to Command & Control for her leaving party. It’s going to be glorious. She’s going to make a funny yet poignant speech. People will cry and tell her that they’re going to miss her. She’ll be showered with gifts and then she’s going to Exeter with her boyfriend to start a new life! She’s forgotten to put any of this in her protocol diary, but that won’t matter; will it? This is a special one-off broadcast of our new #scifi #comedy #audiodrama. To listen to future episodes you’ll need to subscribe to the separate feed at http://www.cornucopia-radio.co.uk/pluto

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 64: Lonnie Taylor's Bigfoot Encounter | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:19:32

Lonnie Taylor is not a man given to sudden whims or flights of fancy and doesn’t believe in most things until they can be proven to him. But one day in 2002, while deer hunting on Hayden Ridge in Lytle County. He suddenly found himself a true believer in Bigfoot. A creature he’d never previously given any thought to. ‘Lonnie Taylor's Bigfoot Encounter’ is our new scripted documentary (narrated by 'Harper the Fox') about how the things we search for externally, can often be the truths we want to look for within ourselves...

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 64: Lonnie Taylor's Bigfoot Encounter | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:19:32

Lonnie Taylor is not a man given to sudden whims or flights of fancy and doesn’t believe in most things until they can be proven to him. But one day in 2002, while deer hunting on Hayden Ridge in Lytle County. He suddenly found himself a true believer in Bigfoot. A creature he’d never previously given any thought to. ‘Lonnie Taylor's Bigfoot Encounter’ is our new scripted documentary (narrated by 'Harper the Fox') about how the things we search for externally, can often be the truths we want to look for within ourselves...

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 63: Luck | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:20:25

I’ve never had any luck. Infact, my entire life has been plagued by bad luck. It just follows me around like a bad smell. I was born unlucky, and it’s followed me around ever since. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not bitter and I wouldn’t swap my life for the world, but couldn’t I have just a bit of what other people have? Luck is our brand new comedy audiodrama about living with badluck and even worse weather...

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 63: Luck | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:20:25

I’ve never had any luck. Infact, my entire life has been plagued by bad luck. It just follows me around like a bad smell. I was born unlucky, and it’s followed me around ever since. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not bitter and I wouldn’t swap my life for the world, but couldn’t I have just a bit of what other people have? Luck is our brand new comedy audiodrama about living with badluck and even worse weather...

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 62: Reluctant Genius By Henry Slesar | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:09:59

It is said that life crawled up from the slime of the sea bottom and became ‘Human’ because of some inherent greatness that was bred into us before the dawn of time. But perhaps this urge was not as formless as we might have first thought… For this experimental production we had three different people read out the same short story in its entirety. We then edited/mixed these voices together; creating this unique multicast recording. Please note: This work was originally written for the January 1957 edition of ‘Amazing Stories’ magazine. Copyright on this publication was not renewed, and it is now in the public domain.

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 62: Reluctant Genius By Henry Slesar | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:09:59

It is said that life crawled up from the slime of the sea bottom and became ‘Human’ because of some inherent greatness that was bred into us before the dawn of time. But perhaps this urge was not as formless as we might have first thought… For this experimental production we had three different people read out the same short story in its entirety. We then edited/mixed these voices together; creating this unique multicast recording. Please note: This work was originally written for the January 1957 edition of ‘Amazing Stories’ magazine. Copyright on this publication was not renewed, and it is now in the public domain.

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 61: The Origins of Comic-Book Boy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:11:26

They are stories of heroism, strength and of courage. Stories in which one person can stand up against the darkness that surrounds us, and say with total conviction and self-belief; that they are the ‘light’. We see pages full of colour and life, in which kinetic action moves across the panels. Dancing in front of our eyes, filling our imagination with endless possibilities... Comics are a way of life for so many people, but do we truly understand their power? More importantly; if that power was ever unleashed, would it be used for good or for evil? So today, we're asking the question. What would we create?

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 61: The Origins of Comic-Book Boy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:11:26

They are stories of heroism, strength and of courage. Stories in which one person can stand up against the darkness that surrounds us, and say with total conviction and self-belief; that they are the ‘light’. We see pages full of colour and life, in which kinetic action moves across the panels. Dancing in front of our eyes, filling our imagination with endless possibilities... Comics are a way of life for so many people, but do we truly understand their power? More importantly; if that power was ever unleashed, would it be used for good or for evil? So today, we're asking the question. What would we create?

 Cornucopia Radio Podcast 60: One Last Time | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:17:14

While a backyard tree bellows silently in the wind; Barbara Knox attends her husband David’s crematorium service. Naturally she is sad but also secretly, a little angry. You see, there are unresolved issues between the two of them and questions that still remain unanswered. However as we will soon discover in our new audiodrama; David's story isn't yet over. He needs her help and somehow he finds a way to turn back to Barbara. For one last time...

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