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Podcasts for fans of horror

Time for some spookies! For the first episode of season 2, Louise and DMR switch the lights off to search for and recommend the horror podcasts that you should be listening to. Not sure how they'd search with the lights off... but anyway... Louise also has a chat with actor and podcaster Stevie Webb, the creator of Brainrot, and we finish off the episode with podcast recommendations from you!

Follow us on Twitter and Insta (@podpodworld) and send us feedback or any suggestions on what genres we should be covering next! Also, record your recommendations and send them to us as voice notes and we might include them in a future episode!

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Here’s a list of all the podcasts that we recommend and talk about in this episode (in order of when we mention them):

Intro (the podcasts we mention right at the start of thew show):

Killt (Louise Blain); The Final Girls; Don't Point That Horror at Me; From the Oasthouse (Audible); Teach Me a Lesson (BBC Radio 5 Live); Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster (Plosive).

Part 1 (Podworld’s top 4 horror podcasts):

The No Sleep Podcast (David Cummings); Lore (Aaron Mahnke and Grim & Mild); Unexplained (Richard MacLean Smith); The Magnus Archives (Rusty Quill).

Part 2 (guest interview):

For this episode, our guest is Stevie Webb, actor, podcaster and the host of Brainrot - An 80s Horror Podcast. Stevie mentions the following podcasts: My Favorite Murder (Exactly Right); RedHanded (RedHanded); The Evolution of Horror (Mike Muncer); The Corpse Club (Daily Dead), My Dad Wrote a Porno (My Dad Wrote a Porno).

You can follow Brainrot and get the merch on the Brainrot website and follow Stevie on Twitter and Instagram (@SteviesBrainRot).

Listener recommendations:

Reppin (Suburban Outlaw Productions); For Real? (For Real?).

If you want to have your recommendation featured on the show, just record a voice note on your phone (try to keep it to 30 seconds) and send it to us >>

Credits: This episode of Podworld was produced and edited by Louise Blain (@shiny_demon) and David Maher Roberts (@dmrpod). Graphics by Dylan Channon. Research by Ella Maher Roberts. Theme music by Dan Phillipson (via Premiumbeat) additional music via Podworld is supported by Dialect - a full-service, digital marketing agency that engages tech and gaming audience for global brands.

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