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NOCTURNAL TRANSMISSIONS is a fortnightly podcast featuring inspired performances of short horror stories, both old and new, by voice artist Kristin Holland. You'll hear works of creepy fiction from the likes of Lovecraft, Poe and Saki as well as horror stories from contemporary writers; both emerging and renowned. Watch the skies, fear the dark, and don't trust anyone... especially yourself.
 
Steve Roe talks to the experts as well as local heroes to bring you the stories from the bat conservation movement. Designed for both Bat Conservation Trust members and the wider bat conservation community, Series 2 will have episodes released every second Wednesday from autumn 2020 all the way through to the spring of 2021. Bats are magical but misunderstood mammals. At the Bat Conservation Trust we have a vision of a world rich in wildlife where bats and people thrive together.
 
These aren't the stories your mother used to tell you ... no, these are The Other Stories. The Other Stories is a weekly short story podcast. A modern take on The Twilight Zone, Tales From The Crypt, or The Outer Limits. Sci-Fi, Horror, Thriller, WTF stories delivered right to your podcast feed every Monday morning.
 
Nocturnal Asylum is a music podcast which exhumes the best gothic rock, post-punk, deathrock, and dark wave from the global dark alternative scene, broadcasting every other week from Cleveland, Ohio. While our DJs primarily focus on new music, they will occasionally open the vaults for a classic track or three. So bust out the blacklights, ignite some incense, apply extra AquaNet, and let Nocturnal Asylum be a weekly ritual to slake your dark thirst.
 
YabYum Music + Arts proudly presents Confessions from the Nocturne Nebula, an original, science fiction, space-noir podcast. Starring a 25 member cast, the story centers around Nolan Stone, owner of a popular nightclub on Aldfar Station. When one of the women working for Nolan decides to head back to her home planet, the station gives her a send off, but she’s back at the bar only hours after her departure, injured and in trouble. And so begins our tale of misadventure through the seedier si ...
 
Nocturnal Radio is the Official Monthly podcast straight from the studio of Mitchell Frederick in NY. Featuring different sub-genres of House in each mix, keep up to date with some of the best productions in the industry, and enjoy amazing vibes every time. This is one podcast you need to subscribe to! Check out Mitchell Frederick's website @ www.mitchellfrederick.com
 
Classically trained pianist. I enjoy playing not only the traditional repertoire but also pieces from unusual composers. Support me at Patreon and get MP3 and FLAC Lossless Quality Audio downloads of my recordings every week! =========== New album “Rachmaninoff: Moment Musicals”. Available in streaming services. ==========
 
Welcome to a fresh,exciting and dynamic new blog devoted to the underground sound of Sydney.Here you will find Mixes by some of the best local and international artists, weekly charts, production tips, reviews and a guide to whats on in the local area. Nocturnal Instincts is the home of forward thinking and innovative electronic dance music from around the globe with an emphasis on supporting local emerging talent and established artists a like... Music is life !
 
Written at the height of the Great War, the poems of this volume are suffused with a sense of melancholy and tragedy. Some of the poems (such as "1915: The Trenches") speak directly of war-time scenes and images, but even those which don't do so are permeated with a feeling of loss and desolation occasioned by the War. In spite of this pervading pathos, however, these poems are also filled with haunting beauty of imagery, drawn as Aiken so often does from natural images of wind, sea, and wea ...
 
Trance Owns The night is a podcast dedicated to the nocturnal lovers of Trance music!Whether you're in bed drifting off to your dreams, driving on a highway under city lights, or in a club immersing yourself in the lasers!Featuring a mix of old, new and classic trance songs, the ToTn podcast will also bring you some amazing underground tracks (gems) that may not have heard.10 tracks in a 1 hour show, with BPM varying to keep things fresh.Hope you enjoy :)
 
New York Times best-selling novelist Scott Sigler gives away all of his stories as free, serialized audiobooks. Described as "Stephen King meets Michael Crichton meets Chuck Palahniuk," Scott's stories of hard-science horror will have you tapping a vein as you Jones for next week's fix. Subscribe to hear major-release hardcover novels read by the author, as well as short fiction and the "FridayFix," a random piece of weekly nonsense. For more info on the author, visit http://www.scottsigler.com
 
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This is Part II of the NOCTURNAL Throwback Q&A. We say goodbye forever to this storied tale of the Siglerverse and move on to GFL Book VI, THE GANGSTER, next week. Written and Narrated by Scott Sigler Produced by AB Kovacs Production Assistance by Allie Press Engineered by Steve Riekeberg Copyright 2020 by Empty Set Entertainment Theme music by the…
 
Cristobal & Jamiez with 5 successful releases in 2020 join us for the first time on Guest Duties on Select Radio Rob Made returns with another Selection Plus Neal's Weapons include :- Son Of 8, ElternHouse & Garruk, Tinlicker, ATFC, Mark Knight & Low Steppa to name a few. & More Hot GLobal Groves from Normal Droay / Cheyne Christian & JC Morales & …
 
On a cool night in Malaysia, scientists track mysterious colugos across the treetops A reporter tags along for nighttime observations of these elusive mammals Colugos are nocturnal, tree-living mammals.
 
A story more about rarity than actual berries. narrated by "Atomic" Julie Hoverson sound editing by Jimmy "superdad" Robbins ...and some info on upcoming projects! http://www.gutenberg.org/files/60995/60995-h/60995-h.htm Catch up on The Deadeye Kid before the new episode drops! http://www.19nocturneboulevard.net/all_show_pages/deadeye%20kid/Deadeye…
 
Symbiosis bites. Written by Edward Ahern (https://twitter.com/bottomstripper) Narrated by Justin Fife (https://twitter.com/justinbfife) Edited by Karl Hughes With music by Dark Fantasy Studio (http://darkfantasystudio.com/) and Thom Robson (https://www.thomrobsonmusic.com/) And sound effects provided by Freesound.org (https://freesound.org/) and Za…
 
Join the Facebook group Facebook.com/groups/hawkandcleaver T-shirts and mugs are available at gumroad.com/hawkandcleaver The Other Stories is a production the story studio, Hawk & Cleaver, and is brought to you with a Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives license. Don’t change it. Don’t sell it. But by all means… share the hell…
 
We hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving Spoilerpeeps! This week we start with ANIMALS (3:13), a drama about hard partying friends struggling to grow up. Then it's the HBO documentary THE MYSTERY OF D.B. COOPER (14:53) about the infamous plane hijacker. Next, it's PRINCESS OF THE ROW (28:05), a drama about a teen struggling to care for her homeless, ve…
 
01 Jacob Groening - Giom 02 Melt - Lee Burridge, Lost Desert - Rain 03 Jacob Groening - Sosa04 Mark Alow - Astrophilia (Original)05 Mahonie - En Route (Original Mix)06 Renga Weh - Forbidden Fruits07 Ancone - Stargaze Rhapsody ( Digital Only )08 Timujin - High Scheherazade Original Mix09 Manasarovar - Volen Sentir - Fatoumata10 Slow Hearts - Eyepads…
 
Water exists on sunny parts of the moon, scientists confirm New observations confirm previous hints of H 2 O on the lunar surface Past observations of the moon have suggested that there is water on the surface.
 
Heating deltamethrin may help it kill pesticide-resistant mosquitoes The insecticide is used to control pests that spread life-threatening diseases like malaria A new, more potent form of the common insecticide deltamethrin could be better at killing malaria-transmitting Anopheles mosquitoes (one pictured in this colored scanning electron micrograp…
 
NASA's OSIRIS-REx survived its risky mission to grab a piece of an asteroid If all goes well, the NASA spacecraft will return the samples from Bennu to Earth in 2023 This artist's illustration shows the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft reaching out toward asteroid Bennu as it prepares to grab a sample of the space rock's dust…
 
How octopuses 'taste' things by touching Unique nerve cells found in the animal's suckers can detect prey's defense chemicals A California two-spot octopus ( Octopus bimaculoides ) rests in a coffee mug in a Harvard University lab.
 
We still don't know what COVID-19 immunity means or how long it lasts It's unclear whether we could ever reach herd immunity without a vaccine or a high death toll With questions remaining over how long immunity lasts, such protections as wearing masks like these people lined up to go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in August may…
 
Why bat scientists are socially distancing from their subjects Biologist Winifred Frick argues for precautions to shield North American bats from the coronavirus Scientists are keeping their distance from North American bats, such as Indiana bats ( Myotis sodalis ), to avoid spreading the coronavirus to the animals.…
 
Large-scale changes in Earth's climate may originate in the Pacific Long ago, 'catastrophic' purge of North America's western ice sheet may have kicked off losses to the east The Bay of Alaska (Prince William Sound with the Blackstone glacier in the background seen here) holds clues to past climate change.…
 
Bat-winged dinosaurs were clumsy fliers Yi and Ambopteryx were a dead end on the evolutionary road to bird flight Even though it had batlike wings, Ambopteryx longibrachium (illustrated) was more of a short-distance glider than an active flier.
 
The longest trail of fossilized human footprints hints at a risky Ice Age trek The more than 1.5-kilometer-long trail was made by a young adult carrying a toddler The longest set of human footprints, dated to the Ice Age, were possibly made by a young woman carrying a toddler (illustrated).
 
Galileo's famous gravity experiment holds up, even with individual atoms Different types of atoms fall with the same acceleration due to gravity Individual atoms fall at the same rate due to gravity, scientists report, reaffirming a concept called the equivalence principle.
 
These human nerve cell tendrils turned to glass nearly 2,000 years ago Part of a young man's brain was preserved by hot ash from Mount Vesuvius' A.D. 79 eruption Nerve cells (tendrils in this microscope image) turned to glass inside the brain of a young man who died in Mount Vesuvius' A.D. 79 eruption, preserving these neurons for nearly 2,000 year…
 
How malaria parasites hide from the human immune system The parasite may turn genes on or off to allow the spleen to clean up infected blood cells Once transmitted to a person via mosquito bite, the malaria-causing parasite, Plasmodium falciparum (shown purple) , multiplies within red blood cells.
 
Ardi and her discoverers shake up hominid evolution in 'Fossil Men' A new book blends science and drama to tell the story of a major paleoanthropology find The story of the discovery of Ardi, the hominid skeleton shown in this composite image, involves a colorful cast of characters and plenty of drama.…
 
How environmental changes may have helped make ancient humans more adaptable A sediment core traces 1 million years of ecological shifts in eastern Africa Drilling by an African company in Kenya's Koora basin produced a sediment core that records much of the last 1 million years of environmental events in that area, including some that may have cha…
 
Doubts over a 'possible sign of life' on Venus show how science works Further searches for reported hints of phosphine have been turning up empty Earth's neighbor planet Venus, shown here in an artist's impression, is under the microscope after a contested report of phosphine in its clouds.
 
Easy interventions like revamping forms help people show up to court Behavioral nudges can prevent people from facing an arrest warrant for a missed court date In New York City, about 40 percent of people issued a court summons for a minor infraction, such as disorderly conduct, never show up, which can trigger a warrant for their arrest.…
 
A rope bridge restored a highway through the trees for endangered gibbons Simple artificial structures could help reconnect forests fragmented by human activities Simple rope bridges like this could help connect forests fragmented by human activities, a new study finds.
 
Hepatitis C discoveries win 2020 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine Identification of the virus dramatically reduced infections through blood transfusions The discovery of the hepatitis C virus (illustrated) has won three virologists the 2020 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine.
 
Lonely brains crave people like hungry brains crave food After being alone, people's brains showed increased responses to pictures of other humans Social isolation something many people are experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic leaves people's brains craving other people, showing that social aspects of a pandemic shouldn't be ignored.…
 
Gene-editing tool CRISPR wins the chemistry Nobel The 'molecular scissors' were developed just eight years ago Researchers Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna devised a powerful gene-editing tool called CRISPR/Cas9 (illustrated).
 
The first room-temperature superconductor has finally been found The compound conducts electricity without resistance up to 15° C, but only under high pressure When squeezed to high pressure between two diamonds (shown), a material made of carbon, sulfur and hydrogen can transmit electricity without resistance at room temperature.…
 
Farming on Mars will be a lot harder than 'The Martian' made it seem Growing plants in Red Planet soil will require adding nutrients and removing toxic chemicals To prepare for a future where astronauts could grow their own food on Mars, researchers are trying to grow crops in the lab with fake Martian dirt.…
 
Supercooled water has been caught morphing between two forms The result could help explain some of the weird properties of H 2 0 A new study confirms that supercooled water comes in two versions: a high-density form (illustrated by closely packed water molecules in the bottom half of a glass) and a low-density one (top).…
 
Planets with many neighbors may be the best places to look for life Single exoplanets with wild orbits hint at a chaotic past Planetary families with lots of siblings, like the TRAPPIST-1 exoplanet system shown in this illustration, tend to have more circular orbits than singleton worlds.
 
A beaked whale's nearly four-hour-long dive sets a new record The previous record, set in 2014 by the same whale species, was around two hours A Cuvier's beaked whale ( Ziphius cavirostris, three shown) has broken the record for longest dive by a marine mammal, clocking in at three hours and 42 minutes.…
 
How planting 70 million eelgrass seeds led to an ecosystem's rapid recovery The study is a blueprint for capitalizing on this habitat's capacity to store carbon Seagrass beds off Virginia's Eastern Shore went from barren sediment to abundant meadows in 20 years in the world's largest restoration project.…
 
Newton's groundbreaking Principia may have been more popular than previously thought Researchers found over 300 copies of the book's first edition New research has more than doubled the number of known original copies of one of the most famous books in the history of science, Isaac Newton's Principia (one copy shown).…
 
The FDA has approved the first drug to treat the rapid-aging disease progeria An oral treatment blocks the buildup of defective proteins in the body People with the genetic disease progeria, such as this brother and sister from Belgium, age very rapidly and often die before age 15.
 
Glowing blue helps shield this tardigrade from harmful ultraviolet light Fluorescence may allow water bears to survive in especially sunny regions A newly discovered tardigrade species protects itself from ultraviolet radiation with fluorescent pigments, which glow blue in this fluorescence micrograph, a new study finds.…
 
Immunity to COVID-19 may persist six months or more Evidence is emerging that the coronavirus sparks potentially lasting protection in some people Traces of the coronavirus (green) in intestinal cells may help train a person's antibody response to better recognize the virus.
 
A new moon radiation measurement may help determine health risks to astronauts Radiation exposure from two months on the moon is equivalent to roughly five months on the ISS A detector on China's Chang'e-4 lunar lander, photographed from the Yutu-2 rover, has now measured radiation levels on the moon.…
 
Cannibalism in the womb may have helped megalodon sharks become giants The ancient sea terror may have grown to 14 meters thanks to a firstborn's predatory practice Massive megalodon ruled the seas between about 23 million to 2.5 million years ago, as seen in this illustration.
 
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