In this episode we are very proud to present a classic modern tale of the Cthulhu Mythos - The Horror Under Penmire by Adrian Cole, a story of Lovecraftian dread and ancient secrets lurking in mist-shrouded Cornwall!
As a prelude to our next helping of Hallowe'en history, Mr Jim Moon delves in the revivals of radio horror from the 1960s and the 1970s, to sample Hallowe'en specials from the likes of The Black Mass and the CBS Radio Mystery Theatre!
Forty years ago, in autumn 1980, a series aired that terrified a generation - the Hammer House of Horror, which saw the legendary British studio bring a new brand of Hammer horror to the small screen with thirteen scarifying tales of terror!
In this special episode we pay tribute to the late great Dame Diana Rigg with a commentary on her favourite movie - classic horror Theatre of Blood (1973) in which she co-starred with Vincent Price, proving that Shakespeare can indeed be bloody good fun!
In this minisode we return to the Jim Henson's The Storyteller to look at two episodes from the little known second season. In this series, Michael Gambon takes on the mantle of the Storyteller to recount tales from Greek myth. And in this episode, we watch the story of Daedalus and Icarus, and the legend of Orpheus.