Michael Lee Richardson: “If you’re not a bit witchy-woo at this point, you’re a Tory”

Writer Michael Lee Richardson (Bafta winner- My Loneliness Is Killing Me) unpacks his biggest fears: THE WHEELERS FROM RETURN TO OZ, GHOSTS, and FACES AT THE WINDOW...


Plus! We Were Always Here: A Queer Anthology, listening to 911 calls on YouTube, Take A Break Fate and Fortune, Most Haunted, Houdini vs Margery Crandon, Orbs, The Usbourne Book of Ghosts, and much, much more...


My Loneliness Is Killing Me: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00039vv


The Fear is a podcast where funny people talk about the things that scare us. In each episode, comedy writer Sarah Morgan asks her guests to bring in three fears - a scary moment from film or tv; a fear from their childhood, and a fear or phobia they live with now. It's spooktacular...


The theme music and production is by Tim Bazell. Find us online @Thefearpodcast, and if you like it, rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts, not that you will, 'cause you're a bunch of ungrateful goth hipsters who think they're too cool to live. (prove me wrong, kids!) 


This programme is a member of the Great Big Owl Network. (insert spooky owl noise here)


 

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