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Spark releases stories on its own podcast once a week, produced by Elle Scott for Rethink Audio.

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Recent Podcasts

22.11.16 • SPECIAL London Podcast Festival (Part 2)

WARNING: the last story contains strong sex references.

Felix Trench (Wooden Overcoasts) & Alix Fox (Close Encounters, The Modern Mann) offer us two more true stories from this year’s London Podcast Festival.

Plus! An extra special treat: Martin Austwick (Song By Song) shares a story in song form, in his additional guise as a musician.

Thanks to Kings Place for their technical support during the show, Charlie Harrison for her fine presentation skills and Joanna Yates & Matt Hill for producing the night.

A rethinkaudio production. For more stories, head to stories.co.uk

15.11.16 • SPECIAL: London Podcast Festival 2016 (Part 1)

True stories told live across the UK. Podcast makers Azariah Williams (The Shapeshifters), Rhianna Dhillon (Back Row) and Dave Pickering (The Family Tree, Getting Better Acquainted), all tell their true stories on the theme of ‘Uncharted Territory’.

This night was recorded at the London Podcast Festival at Kings Place – thanks to the organisers for sharing the recording with us, and the many audience members who came up after the show to say hello and share your stories. You are the reason we keep making this podcast.

09.11.16 • Bipolar Gigolo – Jools

True stories told at Spark’s open mic nights and Encore showcases. Today, Jools tells an audience of strangers how he came to meet his first client whilst working as a gigolo in Bristol.

To hear our back catalogue of 200 episodes FOR FREE – subscribe to the podcast via stories.co.uk/podcast.

02.11.16 • Regrets – Florian & Charley

True stories told live in venues across the UK. In August this year, Florian and Charley both got up on stage and told these stories of ‘D’oh!’ – moments where they had an unforgettable moment of regret.

Unplanned and totally raw, our open mic nights are a great way to get involved with Spark. For more information on these and our showcase event, Spark Encore, visit stories.co.uk

26.10.16 • Not A Boxer – Nira

More true stories, told live across the UK. Nira was always interested in numbers, but found his path of discovery blocked many times.

Thanks to The Steve Sinnott Foundation for collaborating with Spark to make this night a success. You can support their work at http://www.stevesinnottfoundation.org.uk/donate/