• Actual Frostgrave Fanfic

    Frostgrave is a great miniatures game, created by Joe McCullough. This is a completely unofficial (and rubbish) tribute to it. 

    E27 - 3m - Mar 24, 2022
  • Roll to Hit - A "Miniature" Tabletop Tale

    A short fantasy adventure, tabletop-style. Leon and Dougal face off against a horde of zombies. 

    E26 - 7m - Feb 17, 2022
  • A poem for Willy
    For our wee pal. 
    E25 - 2m - Feb 16, 2022
  • The Kindly Nettle

    A little seedling is sheltered from a storm by a kindly nettle. 

    E24 - 3m - Aug 20, 2020
  • The Lords of the Ring Piece - a High Fantasy Adventure

    A Mighty Empire is threatened by a coalition of evil forces from the badlands of the North. An epic tale of sword and sorcery. 

    This is a story about a mighty Empire. A mighty Empire, ruled by a noble king.

    For many years, the people of the Empire had lived in peace and prosperity.

    But, far North, in the barren and untamed wastelands beyond the civilised world, a darkness was growing.

    A fearsome and terrible warlord by the name of Brutus the Merciless had united clans and armies of barbarians, mutants, and savages. It was said that he planned to march this gigantic force South, with the ultimate aim of taking the throne for himself, and enslaving the people of the Empire.

    Whispers of fear and uncertainty began to spread throughout the towns and villages of the South. The King pleaded for calm, and assured his people that they were not at risk. This Empire had stood for a great many thousands of years. They'd seen off countless similar attacks in that time, and this one would be no different – if it indeed came at all.

    As a precaution, scouts were regularly sent North to investigate and report back on what was going on up there. But none ever returned.

    That was, until one day, on the outskirts of the Northernmost town of Cludgiemyre.

    This was a rustic town, with a salt-of-the-Earth population, hardy, and world-weary.

    Though the people here often complained that they were the “forgotten town of the Empire”, being way up here in the North, Cludgiemyre was of great strategic importance.

    They called it the Gateway to the North, because it was wedged in the valley between the mighty peaks of the Stauner Mountains. If an attack was to come from the Badlands, the invaders would most likely head straight through Cludgiemyre on their way into the Imperial Heartlands.

    The townsfolk were already on edge, that fateful day, when a young guard on the town wall spotted a lone figure stumbling down from the pass.

    It was one of the King’s scouts, covered from head to toe in dried blood, having spent time as a guest in one of Brutus the Merciless’ torture camps.

    He had managed to escape and travel homeward, to give warning to the people of the Empire, and confirm their worst fears. Brutus had forged an unholy alliance with the infamous Necromancer Bryar, Lord of the walking corpses.

    Also forging part of this alliance was the cold and cruel Beastmaster Alicia, with her hordes of mutant barbarians, trolls, and other savage creatures.

    They were joined too by the forces of General McGeever. A ruthless and uncompromising champion who led a contingent of battle hardened mercenaries.

    The escaped guard told the folks of the Empire that this dark coalition – an army of unprecedented size and strength - would soon begin their descent on the Empire’s capital city.

    As scared as they were though, the folks of Cludgiemyre weren’t the types to run from danger. A raven was sent to the King himself to tell him of this grave news, and the townsfolk agreed that once reinforcements arrived, they’d be on the front line with them.

    But it wasn’t the King’s soldiers who first appeared through the guard’s looking glass on the Southern horizon. It was two men on horseback.

    They were Bard Leon the Powerful, and his faithful scribe Dougal.

    Bard Leon had come to chronicle the war that would go down in history as the one that changed these lands forever.

    E23 - 1h 2m - Apr 26, 2020
  • Ravenous - The Legend of Sawney Bean

    Investigating the disappearance of a colleague, BBC journalist Albert Titus lands the scoop of a lifetime in the Scottish coastal village of Redmayne as he unravels a terrifying mystery perhaps tied to a sinister cannibal clan of legend.

    Written, directed and produced by John Ballentine

    Check out Campfire Radio Theater for full details. 

    E22 - 34m - Mar 5, 2020
  • Ghosts of Flannan Lighthouse

    A chilling mystery unfolds in 1900 off the Scottish coast as Joseph Moore arrives at the Flannan Island Lighthouse to find it cold and abandoned... its keepers vanished. Will a blood-stained journal reveal a clue to their dark fate or resurrect an ancient long-dead curse?

    Written, directed and produced by John Ballentine

    Check out Campfire Radio Theater for full details. 

    E21 - 35m - Feb 27, 2020
  • Christmas Special of 'A Scottish Podcast'

    “In the bleak midwinter” 

    We’re rolling back the years to the peak of Lee’s radio career. It’s Christmas Eve, he’s just finished his shift on Drive Time, and he’s meeting Dougie in the pub for a couple of pints. What could possibly go wrong? 

    Full List of Episodes


    E20 - 19m - Dec 17, 2019
  • DAW of the Dead

    There is a new software for working with sound. Whether you are an aspiring podcaster, professional studio engineer, or live electronic musician, ZannTech is the answer to everything you need.

    ZannTech is a powerful way to create and it will change your life. Users lucky enough to get an early access trial are just...dying...to unleash it on the world.

    Written by Ali Maloney, Matthew McLean, Libby Thomas, David Deveraux. 

    11th Hour Audio Productions presents a collaboration featuring performaces by

    Sound Design and Music by David Deveraux

    Produced using ZannTech Audio

    E19 - 21m - Jun 13, 2019
  • The All New 'A Scottish Podcast' Prequel

    A New Beginning. Literally. 

    We decided to make a new prequel for A Scottish Podcast. Here's why

    Former radio DJ Lee Power tells a local student radio station why he turned his back on the industry to launch a paranormal investigation podcast.

    E18 - 8m - Jul 29, 2018
  • Cargo

    A small group of humans wake up on board an alien space craft. They soon discover that the ship's crew and other passengers are all dead.

    But they're not the only beings who are still alive. Something else is on board with them.

    Something deadly.

    E17 - 26m - Oct 31, 2016
  • A Scottish Podcast | E05

    Lee releases episode 1 of his podcast, with a little help from Doug and Jane. He's feeling good about things, but that might not last. 


    We’ll be continuing to put out short stories and one off audio dramas here, as and when we make them, so please stay subscribed.

    But if you want any more episodes of A Scottish Podcast – and hopefully you’re enjoying the story – then you just need to pop over to ScottishPodcast.com and subscribe to the show’s brand new feed.

    That feed will be exclusively for Scottish Podcast episodes, and they won’t be available anywhere else. Not even here.

    So if you want to find out what dark secrets lie under the streets of Edinburgh, make sure you subscribe to the new feed! 

    E16 - 11m - Jul 31, 2016
  • A Scottish Podcast | E04

    A new discovery is making the headlines in Scotland, but it isn't what you might think. 

    E15 - 8m - Jul 8, 2016
  • A Scottish Podcast | E03

    Lee and Doug explore the vaults and tunnels underneath Edinburgh. They're in search of answers, but all they seem to find is more questions. 

    E14 - 9m - May 27, 2016
  • A Scottish Podcast | E02

    Lee and Doug head under the streets of Edinburgh to investigate an ancient vault. The pair plan to record episode one of Lee's new podcast - The Terror Files. 

    With thanks to Kevin Parr, who stars as the night watchman. 

    E13 - 9m - May 19, 2016
  • A Scottish Podcast | E01

    Three years after the events of "Why Kat & Doug Don't Get Along", DJ Lee and musician Doug are reunited in Edinburgh. 

    E12 - 9m - May 8, 2016
  • What You Can't See
    A new episode
    E11 - 5m - Jan 13, 2016
  • Kraken Mare

    Nine years ago the Wells-Dyson satellite picked up images of what appears to be some sort of wreckage on the floor of Titan's biggest hydrocarbon ocean - Kraken Mare. 

    The discovery prompted eccentric billionaire Jennifer Barrie to fast-track an expedition to the mysterious moon of Saturn. 

    The three British astronauts who have just arrived in Titan's orbit have only one job - find out what's lying under Kraken Mare. 

    And potentially answer one of humanity's biggest questions.

    Are we alone in the universe? 

    E10 - 26m - Dec 17, 2015
  • Necromancer

    An electrician works out a way to reanimate corpses and have them perform basic tasks.

    Will it end well?

    Have any of our stories ended well? 

    E9 - 13m - Feb 14, 2015
  • Time is Money

    Sci-fi tale that begins 500 years from now on board a dank, sprawling space station, where petty thief and protagonist Rose is caught up in the web of dodgy antique dealer Mr Jennings, who sends her back in time to present day Edinburgh. Her mission, once back on ‘Old Earth’ (now uninhabitable after the great nuclear war of 2166) will be to retrieve a painting and bring it back to the future, where Jennings has already agreed its sale with a dangerous and powerful mafia boss.


    Katie McNulty, as Rose

    Karim Kronfli, as Jennings

    Rosemary Stanford, as Kelly

    Jim Balfour, as Blinky

    Robert Cudmore, as Gav

    Michael Leslie, as Levi

    Tanja Milojevic, as Bex

    Kevin Parr, as Guido

    Owen McCuen, as the video narrator

    And Cameron MacBeth, as the guard

    Sound effects, music, and ambience by Blastwave FX (Themes & transitions), Kevin MacLeod ('Old Timey' - educational video), and Martin Matheny ('Break in', 'Jennings' office', 'Blinky's Workshop', and 'Preparing to Travel')

    Artwork by Kessi Rilinki


    E8 - 22m - Dec 2, 2014
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