Tag: Captain Pigheart

FPGE2 – Pigheart's Accursed Christmas

Welcome to Flash Pulp, Guest-isode 002.

Flash PulpTonight we present, Pigheart’s Accursed Christmas.

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This week’s episodes are brought to you by Captain Pigheart.

 

Flash Pulp is an experiment in broadcasting fresh pulp stories in the modern age – three to ten minutes of fiction brought to you Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings.

Tonight, we welcome Captain Pigheart into the Flash Pulp universe, so that he might tell us a salty tale of holiday doings.

 

Pigheart’s Accursed Christmas

Written and Narrated by Nick Tyler
and Audio produced by Jessica May

 

Christmas Captain Pigheart

Find out more at CaptainPigheart.com

 

Flash Pulp is presented by http://skinner.fm, and is released under the Canadian Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 License.

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Text and audio commentaries can be sent to skinner@skinner.fm, or the voicemail line at (206) 338-2792 – but be aware that it may appear in the FlashCast.

– and thanks to you, for reading. If you enjoyed the story, tell your friends.

FC47 – Spielbergian Whimsy

FC47 - Spielbergian Whimsy
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Hello, and welcome to FlashCast 47 – prepare yourself for flying dragons, the unfortunate Ms. Marvel, poorly timed noises, a salty Christmas tale, axe murder, and Mulligan Smith.

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Pulp-ular Press

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[youtube_sc url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUlv5FCqpeo]
Godzilla Christmas Tree

 

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A Spot of Bother:

Find Jeff at @PleaseLynchMe or at the Spot of Bother Blog

Read more at his site.
Bothersome prop

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Fresh Fish, with Threedayfish

Contact Fish at his Facebook Page or on Twitter.

This week’s review, The Sitter

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New York Minute:

Find Barry at http://bmj2k.com or on twitter
NY's Dynamite Subway System

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Curious Tales of Vienna:

Find Ingrid at Dancing Ella’s WordsViennese Legends

The Devil’s Sleigh Ride

The Devil's Sleigh Ride

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A Captain Pigheart Tale

Find Nick/Pigheart at http://captainpigheart.com
Captain Pigheart

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Mailbag:

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Art of Narration:

  • Opop discussed Skinner Co. Ink!
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    Audio-dacity of Hope:

  • Jessica May completed her song for Mob Week: New York, New York
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    Backroom Plots:

  • FP226 – Mulligan Smith in The Late Call, Part 1 of 1
  • FP227 – Close, Part 1 of 1
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    Also, many thanks, as always, Retro Jim, of RelicRadio.com for hosting FlashPulp.com and the wiki!

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    If you have comments, questions or suggestions, you can find us at http://flashpulp.com, call our voicemail line at (206) 338-2792, or email us text or mp3s to skinner@skinner.fm.

    FlashCast is released under the Canadian Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 License.

    FlashCast 42 – Old Timey

    FC42 - Old Timey
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    Hello, and welcome to FlashCast episode forty-two – prepare yourself for hill folk, free stickers, dead toes, chimney sweeps, the open sea, and Will Coffin.

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    Pulp-ular Press

  • Stickers are being given away to The Mob
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    October 31:

  • The Boy Who Cried Werewolf
  • [youtube_sc url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzKajYGKMY4]

  • The Leopard Man
  • [youtube_sc url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGDQ0xNxZjQ]

     

  • Carlos the Jackal is going to trial
  • The new Bond film has a terrible title
  • Check out new episodes of Radio’s Revenge at RadiosRevenge.com!
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    A Spot of Bother:

    Find Jeff at @PleaseLynchMe or at the Spot of Bother Blog

    Read more at his site.
    Pickled Appendages

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    Fresh Fish, with Threedayfish

    Contact Fish at his Facebook Page or on Twitter.

    This week’s review – Freaks:

    [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Zf-ah9ZrWM”]

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    New York Minute:

    Find Barry at http://bmj2k.com or on twitter
    Rogue Sandwich Meat Roams New York Streets

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    Curious Tales of Vienna:

    Find Ingrid at Dancing Ella’s WordsViennese Legends

    The Thirteenth Chime

    St. Stephen's Bell Tower

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    A Captain Pigheart Tale

    Find Nick/Pigheart at http://captainpigheart.com
    Captain Pigheart

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    Mailbag:

  • Colorado Joe
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    Backroom Plots:

  • Flash Pulp 216 – Coffin: Communication, Part 1 of 1
  • Flash Pulp 217 – The Murder Plague: Positioning, Part 1 of 2
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    Also, many thanks, as always, Retro Jim, of RelicRadio.com for hosting FlashPulp.com and the wiki!

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    If you have comments, questions or suggestions, you can find us at http://flashpulp.com, call our voicemail line at (206) 338-2792, or email us text or mp3s to skinner@skinner.fm.

    FlashCast is released under the Canadian Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 License.

    FlashCast 39 – Drone War

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    Hello, and welcome to FlashCast episode thirty-nine – prepare yourself for phantom stories, Lance Henriksen, new old New York, Pigheart, advice for baby vampires, superstitions, and Free Alaska.

    Pulp-ular Press

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    Fresh Fish, with Threedayfish

    Contact Fish at his Facebook Page or on Twitter.

    This week’s review – The Thing (2011):

    [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKjErC2JLQc”]

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    A Spot of Bother:

    Find Jeff at @PleaseLynchMe or at the Spot of Bother Blog

    Read more at his site.
    Heavy Drinking by Jeffrey Lynch

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    A Captain Pigheart Tale

    Find Nick/Pigheart at http://captainpigheart.com
    Captain Pigheart

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    Mailbag:

    • Gigantor called to tell us about Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
    • [youtube_sc url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tNrvDA_eE8]

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    Backroom Plots:

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    Art of Narration

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    Also, many thanks, as always, Retro Jim, of RelicRadio.com for hosting FlashPulp.com and the wiki!

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    Freesound.org credits:

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    If you have comments, questions or suggestions, you can find us at http://flashpulp.com, call our voicemail line at (206) 338-2792, or email us text or mp3s to skinner@skinner.fm.

    FlashCast is released under the Canadian Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 License.

    Flog-It Friday: Salty Stories

    CaptainPigheart.comA very brief Flog-It Friday this week, although it’s certainly worth looking up all involved in the last entry.

    There’s a very distinct reason that Flash Pulp contains no piratical storyline, and that reason’s name is Captain Pigheart [Warning: salty talk and adult implications].

    As far as I’m concerned, the man is the maestro of the merry mizzen-mast, and I’ve no interest in crossing comedic cutlasses with the Captain.

    Update: Speaking of opportunities to get the word out regarding projects, have you checked out The Seekrit Project Podcast? It’s great work by men of words, Scott Roche and David Sobkowiak.


    Got something you want flogged? Leave a comment below, or email me at skinner@skinner.fm and I’ll include your project (or any project you think is worthy) in the next round-up!

    Return Of Pigheart

    Captain Ignatius PigheartJust a quick note to cast further light on the barnacle-encrusted jabbering of Captain Pigheart, yarn spinner and peglegged entrepreneur.

    He’s a favourite around the skinner.fm labs, and he now has mp3 versions of his misadventures available for sale.

    [It should be noted, in case you can’t scrape together a couple of doubloons, that most of his recountings are available to be read on his site].

    A silent sample:

    It were the kind of island where a man longs to bury his treasure. Alas, me gold was now being colonised by humourous octopi who amused themselves by hurling coins at me splashing crew.Now I knows ye may be afeard for the safety of meself and me crew and yet ye should worry little, for this maroonin’ lark is bread and butter to us pirate types. Ye forestation were lush as Eve’s own lady garden before she choked on the serpent’s apple, so we’d not want for sustenance. In time we’d assemble a rude craft to take us back to our wives and other foes. In the meantime we rigged shelters and foraged amongst the local flora for spit-roastable fauna.

    – From Pigheart’s Tale of The Delicious Sweet-Monkey