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In the Ostium Season One finale, "A Crack in the Edge of the World, Part One," Jake and Monica . . . well, you're just going to have to listen to the episode to find out. Written and produced by Alex C. Telander. Performed by Chris Fletcher and Georgia McKenzie. Warning, this episode contains explicit language. Please help and support Team Ostium by rating and reviewing on iTunes, as well as checking out our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast. Perks include mini episodes, all the music to Season 1, transcripts featuring full-color covers and illustrations, outtakes, and access to new episodes a week before regular release. And don't forget to subscribe and tell your friends. And finally from Team Ostium to you: Thanks for listening to season one and see you in season two! In the meantime, enjoy lots of upcoming mini episodes and outtakes, and lots of other good stuff.
In Episode 4 - First Contact, Jake learns about some big changes in his life and the world, before he travels to Ostium. He now knows he's not alone in this special town, and as he passes through Door 4 he wonders if he'll have any company. Also what world will he be taken to this time? Written by Alex C. Telander Performed by Chris Fletcher, who also composed the interstitial music pieces. Background music by Ketsa and The Angulars, courtesy of the Free Music Archive. Warning, this episode contains explicit language. Please help and support Team Ostium by rating and reviewing on iTunes, as well as checking out our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast. Perks include mini episodes on the Enigmatic Mysteries of the Unknown, a sub-plot to Ostium, all the music to Season 1, transcripts featuring full-color covers and illustrations, and access to new episodes a week before regular release. And don't forget to subscribe and tell your friends. And finally from Team Ostium to you: Thanks for listening.
Jake and Monica decide the need a little break from Ostium town proper, and decide to go on a bit of joyride. Get a bite to eat in the nearest town and get some supplies. This is Monica's take on the trip. Music by Axletree, courtesy of the Free Music Archive. Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out: www.redbubble.com/people/ostiumpodcast/shop?asc=u If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast, where for just $2 a month you'll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you'll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com. And if you wouldn't mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you're saying to convince them to listen to Ostium. Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks for Monica's take on this interesting trip!
In the debut episode of the Ostium podcast, listeners get to meet Jake Fisher for the first time and learn about a special place called Ostium. Episode 1 - Population Zero was written and produced by Alex C. Telander. Music and the voice of Jake Fisher is by Chris Fletcher. For more information, go to ostiumpodcast.com.
In the prologue to Book One: Toll, we get to meet Thyra for the first time and how she has come to tell the story of her past life.The Circe Podcast is written and produced by Alex C. Telander.The role of Thyra is performed by Arden Rachel.This episode was sound engineered by the talented blokes at Hail and Well Met podcasts. If you're looking for some other shows once you've finished Circe, be sure to check out their work at hail and well met podcast dot com"The music featured in this episode is “Sunrise” by Kickhat, as well as “Lost Time” and “Almost New” by Kevin MacLeod under the Creative Commons License. The Circe Podcast is a podcast of the Ostium Network. You can support Circe, as well as all other Ostium Network shows by supporting us on Patreon at patreon.com/ostiumpodcast, where you can get access to a whole variety of bonus material including mini episodes for Ostium, Circe, and Manifestations, as well as the Ostium Files, and the Behind the Ostium series. You will also get access to a new Circe mini series all about her lost love, Pragma, and behind the scenes episodes about Circe called Circe Confidential. Once again, that’s patreon.com/ostiumpodcast.Thank you so much for listening to the Circe Podcast. This story came out of the character of Thyra as she took me along on her journey which is very far from over, and I’m delighted to have you all with me for the ride.
Jake, Monica, Zhang and Dave attempt to solve the mystery behind the strange explosions occurring across the rock of Gibraltar. They of course find out way more than they bargained for. Written and produced by Alex C. Telander The part of Jake performed by Chris Fletcher The part of Monica performed by Georgia Mckenzie The part of Dave performed by Alex C. Telander Sound effects are courtesy of the wonderful people at Freesound.org. You can find a transcript of this episode here. The music featured in this episode, all from the Free Music Archive, is: "The Signals," "Sleepwalker V," "United Voyager," Waltz - The Inevitability," and "Glow in Space" by Sergey Cherimisinov. Did you know there are many ways you can help support Ostium? You can tell a friend about the show, or talk about Ostium on social media. You can leave us a review on iTunes and let us know and we’ll send you a free sticker as a thank you. And if you really want to help us out, you can support us on Patreon, where you’ll get access to a whole bunch of bonus content like outtakes, the Ostium Files, and even early access to new episodes. So check it out. Thanks so much for listening and we’ll see you in two weeks for the final episode of the season. ~ ~ ~ Every day now there’s something on the news about climate change. Whether it’s big corporations, small towns, entire countries, or indigenous groups affected. It’s across the entire globe, and we’re all involved. But there are times where it feels there’s only so little we can do. We recycle as much as we can. We pay attention to where we shop and buy what we need. But ultimately, we end up feeling pretty helpless. Every day now there’s something on the news about climate change. Whether it’s big corporations, small towns, entire countries, or indigenous groups affected. It’s across the entire globe, and we’re all involved. But there are times where it feels there’s only so little we can do. We recycle as much as we can. We pay attention to where we shop and buy what we need. But ultimately, we end up feeling pretty helpless. Arcadia Power is a place where you can make a difference. If you sign up for Arcadia Power, you can feel good knowing that 100% of the energy being supplied to your home - whether you rent or own - is being supplied by clean, renewable sources.  I was using PG&E before and thought it was going to be a hassle to switch. It wasn’t; it was so easy. I even got to pick what type of renewable energy I wanted. I went with wind power and each month I get to see a graph with a breakdown of my renewable energy usage and my “clean impact.” All the information you need is at arcadiapower.com/ostium-podcast. I know it’s not a lot. But I will fully admit I feel a little better about myself now, knowing I’m doing what I can to help fight climate change. And now you can too just by signing up, plus you’ll be helping support this show too. So . . . Win-win! Just head on over to arcadiapower.com/ostium-podcast.  
At the peak, emotions will be frayed, feelings will be stretched, and choices will be made. Things come to a peak . . . at the peak. Written and produced by Alex C. Telander The part of Jake performed by Chris Fletcher The part of Monica performed by Georgia Mckenzie The part of Dave performed by Alex C. Telander The part of Zhang is performed by Emily Wang. Sound effects are courtesy of the wonderful people at Freesound.org. You can find a transcript of this episode here. The music featured in this episode, all from the Free Music Archive, is: "Dissolve," "Sky With Milk, and "Hjrta Riva" by Bismaratta.  Did you know there are many ways you can help support Ostium? You can tell a friend about the show, or talk about Ostium on social media. You can leave us a review on iTunes and let us know and we’ll send you a free sticker as a thank you. And if you really want to help us out, you can support us on Patreon, where you’ll get access to a whole bunch of bonus content like outtakes, the Ostium Files, and even early access to new episodes. So check it out. Thanks so much for listening and we’ll see you in two weeks. ~ ~ ~ Every day now there’s something on the news about climate change. Whether it’s big corporations, small towns, entire countries, or indigenous groups affected. It’s across the entire globe, and we’re all involved. But there are times where it feels there’s only so little we can do. We recycle as much as we can. We pay attention to where we shop and buy what we need. But ultimately, we end up feeling pretty helpless.Every day now there’s something on the news about climate change. Whether it’s big corporations, small towns, entire countries, or indigenous groups affected. It’s across the entire globe, and we’re all involved. But there are times where it feels there’s only so little we can do. We recycle as much as we can. We pay attention to where we shop and buy what we need. But ultimately, we end up feeling pretty helpless. Arcadia Power is a place where you can make a difference. If you sign up for Arcadia Power, you can feel good knowing that 100% of the energy being supplied to your home - whether you rent or own - is being supplied by clean, renewable sources.  I was using PG&E before and thought it was going to be a hassle to switch. It wasn’t; it was so easy. I even got to pick what type of renewable energy I wanted. I went with wind power and each month I get to see a graph with a breakdown of my renewable energy usage and my “clean impact.” All the information you need is at arcadiapower.com/ostium-podcast. I know it’s not a lot. But I will fully admit I feel a little better about myself now, knowing I’m doing what I can to help fight climate change. And now you can too just by signing up, plus you’ll be helping support this show too. So . . . Win-win! Just head on over to arcadiapower.com/ostium-podcast.
An unknown voice from the other side . . . This episode was written, produced and performed by Alex C. Telander.  The music was composed by Chris Fletcher. Drumming for the theme song was performed by my brother, Dan Telander, at the Bakermoon Studios in Berlin. If you enjoyed it, you can hear more of Dan’s drumming with the band Modern Earl. Any sounds effects used are courtesy of the amazing people at freesound.org. Tweaked audio is helping us out this season, and if you’re looking to get a new pair of headphones, or upgrade the ones you’ve got, they have a whole range of cool models on their website at tweakedaudio.com. If you find something you like, be sure to enter the offer code OSTIUM and get 33% off your order, plus a free backpack. So that’s tweakedaudio.com, offer code OSTIUM. For a transcript of this episode, and lots of other info on everything Ostium, check out ostiumpodcast.com. You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Just search for Ostium podcast. We also have a store on Teepublic. If you enjoy the show and would like to support us, please consider joining our Patreon where you can get some neat rewards and support a good show. You can also leave Ostium a review on iTunes and be sure to let us know and we’ll send you a free sticker as a token of our appreciation. Thanks so much for listening, we really appreciate it, and see you in two weeks.
Monica opens up about the Ostium Network. What went on there. What her purpose was there. How Steve fits into it all. And most importantly . . . what's the big deal about the rock of Gibraltar? This episode was written and produced by Alex C. Telander. The voice of Monica is performed by Georgia Mckenzie.  The music was composed by Chris Fletcher. Drumming for the theme song was performed by my brother, Dan Telander, at the Bakermoon Studios in Berlin. If you enjoyed it, you can hear more of Dan’s drumming with the band Modern Earl. Any sounds effects used are courtesy of the amazing people at freesound.org. Tweaked audio is helping us out this season, and if you’re looking to get a new pair of headphones, or upgrade the ones you’ve got, they have a whole range of cool models on their website at tweakedaudio.com. If you find something you like, be sure to enter the offer code OSTIUM and get 33% off your order, plus a free backpack. So that’s tweakedaudio.com, offer code OSTIUM. For a transcript of this episode, and lots of other info on everything Ostium, check out ostiumpodcast.com. You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Just search for Ostium podcast. We also have a store on Teepublic. If you enjoy the show and would like to support us, please consider joining our Patreon where you can get some neat rewards and support a good show. You can also leave Ostium a review on iTunes and be sure to let us know and we’ll send you a free sticker as a token of our appreciation. Thanks so much for listening, we really appreciate it, and see you in two weeks.  
Welcome to the complete Ostium Season Two. The Complete Ostium Season One (Remastered) is now available in three big parts, and you'll be getting the same deal with Season Two, releasing TODAY! Giving you the chance to listen to both seasons, just in time for Season 3, with the release of Episode 21: The Loneliest Number dropping August 19th. This second part consists of the last three episodes, as Jake reaches a precipice and must make a big decision. Episode 18: People in Glass Houses Episode 19: Home by the Sea Episode 20: Once More with Feeling All episodes were written and produced by Alex C. Telander. The part of Jake Fisher is performed by Chris Fletcher. The past of Monica is performed by Georgia Mckenzie. All music was composed by Chris Fletcher. Background music is courtesy of the incredible people at the Free Music Archive. All sound effects are courtesy of the talented people at Freesound.org. If you enjoyed this and would like more Ostium as well as to support the show, consider helping us out on Patreon for as little as $2 a month where you'll get access to many bonus mini episodes, upcoming outtakes for season 2, and special mini episodes called The Ostium Files. When you become a patron, you will be assigned a unique door number, and will get a chance to find out what's behind your special door. So consider supporting Ostium now!
Well, we did it. Actually: you guys did. Ostium has now been downloaded over 300,000 thousand times, which is just mind-blowing. So thank you to everyone who has listened, told a friend about the show, tweeted or left a review, or done anything to help Ostium. From Team Ostium to you, it means so much, and we are deeply grateful. And now here’s a special mini episode we did for International Podcast Month, called “Special Delivery.” Enjoy. This special mini episode was written and produced by Alex C. Telander. It was inspired by a conversation I was having with two people on Twitter and I swear I wrote down their Twitter handles in my notes and now they’re gone. So hopefully you remember who you are, and thanks for chatting with me and being the spark for this Ostium mini episode. The voice of Jake was performed Chris Fletcher, who also composed all the music. The voice of Monica was performed by Georgia McKenzie. The voice of the pizza delivery person was performed by Elena Fernández-Collins. For a transcript of this mini episode, and lots of other info on everything Ostium, check out ostiumpodcast.com. If you enjoyed this mini episode and would like to support us, please consider joining our Patreon where you can get some neat rewards and support a good show. You can also leave Ostium a review on iTunes and be sure to let us know and we’ll send you a free sticker as a token of our appreciation.
Jake doesn't know what's happened, where he is, or what this is all for. And then he does recognize himself, and realizes this is where everything comes to a climax. This is the second wave of the storm, much worse than the first.  Written and produced by Alex C. Telander Jake played by Chris Fletcher. Monica played by Georgia Mckenzie. Music composed by Chris Fletcher.  Sounds effects are courtesy of the incredible people at Freesound.org. For a transcript of this episode, please visit our website. Reviews are the lifeblood of podcasts. Reviews are one way people discover new podcasts. Reviews are how people learn what a podcast is about, what they might like about the podcast. Five-star reviews get podcasts highlighted and featured and mentioned on podcast apps. So you can show your love for Ostium by supporting us on Patreon, or you could write us a five-star review on iTunes or whatever podcast app you use. This is a really big deal for Ostium, so much so that we’re doing a special giveaway for it. What’s up for grabs? Well, I’m glad you asked. We’re giving away a paperback copy of the Ostium book: Population Zero. But what’s even more special about it is it’s signed by Team Ostium. You’ve got autographs from Chris Fletcher, the voice of Jake; Georgia Mckenzie, the voice of Monica; Sara Warren, our incredible artist; and Alex C. Telander, who writes all the episodes and is writing these words right now. Yeah. I know. Pretty special, huh? This giveaway will run from the release of Episode 18 through the release of Episode 20 up to just before midnight Pacific Time on Saturday, June 2nd. So two weeks after Season 2 is complete. What do you need to do to be entered? Just leave us a review on iTunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Shoot an email to ostiumpodcast@gmail.com to let us know and you’re entered. A winner will be randomly drawn and announced on Sunday, June 3rd and the book will be mailed to that person. Simple as that. So . . . Time to get reviewing! And if you need some inspiration, here are a few recent entries: From Rumorian: I’m listening to a lot of audiodramas and this is one of my favorites. The premise is fascinating and every episode is fun to listen to. Apparently they have already planned out the whole series and I can’t wait to find out where it’s all heading. And from Tug35919: I just started listening to Ostium, and I’m taken by the plot so far. I’m really excited to find out where the story will go. Much more catching up to do! This week’s podcast recommendation is The Box: When Addison Gilmore found the old lockbox of journals filled with entries about bizarre and terrifying events, she thought she'd stumbled upon a unique mass participation fiction project. But as she shares those stories and digs into their contents, it becomes increasingly clear that these journals are more than they seem... and she's in over her head. The Box is just a wonderful podcast that draws the reader in right from the start with its fascinating protagonist, and keeps them hooked as the interesting and complex world is revealed. Thirty-one episodes have been released and while the show has been on hiatus for some time, I recently heard the show will be coming back eventually, so get caught up now! And . . . That’s a wrap for season two. A huge thank you to all our listeners who’ve kept listening since season one, and an equally sized thank you to our new listeners. We sadly did not reach any of our support goals, but our hiatus will be much shorter this time, with season 3 beginning on September 2nd. The next two seasons will be a little different than the first two as we follow the story arc of our characters, but this is an ongoing story and sometimes it won’t be always clear why something is happening, but remember: everything in Ostium happens for a reason. You just have to be patient. And then I’ve got some really big surprises for season five that I’ve hinted at a few times on social media. So be sure to follow us on Twitter with the handle @ostiumpodcast. And you can follow me personally via @bookbanter. So what can you expect during this shorter hiatus: you will get the five mini episodes of Enigmatic Mysteries of the Unknown that were released for a patrons during Season 2. And at the end of those I’ll put together a special long episode with all ten installments of EMU, so you can get the complete story in one chunk. Trust me, it’s going to be important for future seasons. And after that I hope to put together each season into one super long episode so new listeners can choose to go with the “big gulp” version to catch up. I’ll also be remastering the sound for season one so it’ll have a clearer, more even sound for you listeners. As for our supporters on Patreon and our website, you will continue to get a new Ostium File every two weeks and I’ll be putting up the outtakes from season 2 bit by bit as well. Remember, you can become a supporter of Ostium for just $2 a month and get access to all this great bonus content. Well, I think I’ve talked your ears off for long enough and stalled enough so that this episode crosses over the hour mark. So for now, it’s goodbye from me, sayonara to Ostium Season 2, and here’s to lots more interesting Ostium happenings in the very near future.
Jake is really worried that something's very wrong with him. He and Monica travel through a door and, as per Jake's prediction, it is the future where there are some very strange things in stall for them.Thank you so much for listening and see in you in two weeks with Episode 19: Home by the Sea.
The Earth Collective is a sci-fi audio drama delivered as a first hand account from the eyes of Joseph Crane, Humanity's "last historian," as he attempts to chronicle their survival in rolling cities known as The Collective, fleeing from a malicious entity only found on the dark side of the planet.I remember discovering this podcast either just as it debuted in February 2017 or shortly after and the story drew me in right away. The creator has clearly done so much work in world building and making it complex and fascinating. With each episode, it feels like you’re going deeper into a work of epic science fiction. And the great thing is even though the show is now in it’s third season, there’s still so much story to tell about the world of Oasus, and its people. If you enjoyed this crossover episode, subscribe to the Earth Collective, start at the beginning and be transported to a distant world where a future humanity is eking out a new life on a strange planet.This episode was co-written by Mike Troup and Alex C. Telander.The part of Jake Fisher is performed by Chris Fletcher.The part of Joseph Crane and “Man” is performed by Mike Troup. Sound design was done by Hail and Well Met Podcasts. Check out more of their great work at http://www.hailandwellmetpodcasts.com.The Ostium theme song was composed by Chris Fletcher.For a transcript of this episode please follow this link: https://ostiumpodcast.com/episode-41-the-earth-collective-transcript/Please join us for a Discord chat session about this episode, Ostium Season 5, and whatever else we feel like talking about on January 11th at 8PM Pacific Time, 11PM Eastern. You can find a link to the Ostium Network Discord here: https://discord.gg/nxZvahE.If you enjoy Ostium, you should check out some of our spin off shows, including Manifestations and the Circe Podcast. If you really enjoy Ostium and would like to support us, please go to http://www.ostiumpodcast.com/support where you can make one-time donations or help us out on Patreon, as well as get some cool rewards to all our Ostium Network shows for as little as $2 a month.The next episode will release in two weeks, and we’ll find out where Monica ended up.
Manifestations is a podcast of the Ostium Network. This episode will take Alan somewhere he's been before, but it's completely different from what he remembers. He will also discover things aren't what they appear. Or maybe it's just him. Written, acted, and produced by Dwayne Farver.With input and help from Alex C. Telander. Transcripts are a downloadable PDF at http://podmanifest.libsyn.com/ Our intro music is Breathe, by Chill Carrierhttps://chillcarrier.bandcamp.com/https://www.chillcarrier.de/The end credit music is Sunshine, by Cobycrackerhttps://cobycracker.bandcamp.com/ Also heard in this episode is background music composed by Chris Fletcher for the Ostium podcast. Sound effects are from freesound.org You can find us on most social media at PodManifesthttps://twitter.com/PodManifesthttps://www.instagram.com/podmanifest/https://www.facebook.com/podmanifest/https://podmanifest.tumblr.com/Or, look for us at podmanifest.com As long as we have access to the temporal feed, we will transmit more of our story each Wednesday and Saturday. We hope you join us.
In the beginning of Episode 8 - Back to the Future, Monica goes on a solo mission to try out something with a door in Ostium, and things don't go according to plan. Later on, after a heart-to-heart discussion, Jake and Monica realize they need to visit an old haunt and sort some things out. Written and produced by Alex C. Telander. Performed by Chris Fletcher and Georgia McKenzie. Warning, this episode contains explicit language. Please help and support Team Ostium by rating and reviewing on iTunes, as well as checking out our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast. Perks include mini episodes, all the music to Season 1, transcripts featuring full-color covers and illustrations, outtakes, and access to new episodes a week before regular release. And don't forget to subscribe and tell your friends. And finally from Team Ostium to you: Thanks for listening.
Jake begins the episode talking about something called the Voyager program, then leads to he and Monica going through door #42 and on the other side finding themselves very far from Ostium both in space and time. This episode was written and produced by Alex C. Telander. The voice of Jake is performed by Chris Fletcher; the voice of Monica is performed by Georgia Mackenzie. All the music was composed by Chris Fletcher. Graphic design and artwork is done by Sara Warren. Sound effects are courtesy of the awesomely incredible people at the Freesound Project (www.freesound.org). Ostium will continue to be ad free thanks to our great and wonderful patrons who support the show through our website at www.ostiumpodcast.com/support, or through our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast. Why not consider becoming a supporter of our show? For as little as $2 a month you can get access to exclusive mini episodes, including something called The Ostium Files. It’s a series playing around with the idea of what if you could go through an Ostium door to the time and place of you’re choosing . . . Where would you go? There are also lots of other rewards like episode transcripts with illustrations, music, and special early access to new episodes of Ostium. Plus if we hit our support goals, you’ll get access to Ostium Season 3 MUCH sooner. If we hit our top goal, Season 3 will start right after Season 2, without any break. So check it out at www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast. Whatever you can spare will be greatly appreciated and means so much to us. You can also support Ostium by leaving us a review on the podcast listening app of your choice, or simply by telling your friends, or mentioning how much you enjoy this podcast on social media. And of course, there’s also our merchandise store with a whole variety of goodies likes mugs, t-shirts and even fancy pillow cases, all at www.ostiumpodcast.com/store. Also if you’re looking for a good book to read, "Ostium Book One: Population Zero" is out now on Amazon in ebook, paperback, and a fancy full-color illustrated edition (www.amazon.com/gp/product/1549878514). This week’s podcast recommendation is the Victoriocity (https://www.victoriocity.com/): A detective comedy drama set in even Greater London in 1887. In this vast metropolis, Inspector Archibald Fleet and journalist Clara Entwhistle investigate a murder, only to find themselves at the centre of a conspiracy of impossible proportions. I’m not a huge fan of comedic podcasts because I like more stories serious and gripping, but Victoriocity manages to do both incredibly well. There’s the non-stop dry British humor that has me constantly laughing out loud, along with the cool steampunkish world of this alternate London where technology has gone in some very interesting directions. Plus you get to hear from Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. What’s not to like? Finally, thanks for listening. Without you, there wouldn’t be any point in doing this podcast. So thank you and see you in two weeks with Episode 15: Columbia.
In the fourth installment of Enigmatic Mysteries of the Unknown, Dave is physically and emotionally reeling from the nuclear plant disaster. (For more info, check out Ostium Episode 4.) He also talks about Jake's latest adventure passing through a door in Ostium. Written and performed by Alex C. Telander. Warning, this episode contains explicit language. We've partnered with @Podchaser, a new website for podcast listeners to rate and review their favorite podcast episodes! Visit the website at beta.podchaser.com and review your favorite episodes from our show. Use the key "ostiumpodcast" to gain exclusive access. Only the first 100 listeners can join, so hurry over! If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast, where for just $2 a month you'll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you'll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com. And if you wouldn't mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you're saying to convince them to listen to Ostium. Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.
In the final EMU mini episode of the season, Dave finally makes it to the States. The question remains whether he can find this secret town called Ostium, and if and when he does, will he find Jake and Monica inside? Written and performed by Alex C. Telander. Warning, this episode contains explicit language. Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out: www.redbubble.com/people/ostiumpodcast/shop?asc=u If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast, where for just $2 a month you'll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you'll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com. And if you wouldn't mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you're saying to convince them to listen to Ostium. Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.
In the second of the four-part "Ten questions" series, listeners get to hear from the talented voice of Monica. Music featured in this mini episode is by Komiku courtesy of the Free Music Archive. Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out: www.redbubble.com/people/ostiumpodcast/shop?asc=u If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast, where for just $2 a month you'll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you'll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com. And if you wouldn't mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you're saying to convince them to listen to Ostium. Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.
The first teaser for a new podcast called Ostium debuting January 1 2017.
YOU WILL DESIST IN YOUR ATTEMPTS TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE OSTIUM NETWORK.
ANY FURTHER INCURSIONS OF THE OSTIUM NETWORK MUST STOP IMMEDIATELY, AND WILL BE MET WITH HARSH PUNISHMENT.
This special Ostium mini episode was a special feature for International Podcast Month. You can find more special episodes from a bunch of different podcasts, as well as blog posts and more at internationalpodcastmonth.com. And be sure to use the hashtag #IPM2019 when mentioning this episode or anything else related to International Podcast Month.It was co written by Alex C. Telander, Gavin Gaddis, and Elena Fernandez Collins, and produced by Alex C. Telander.The voice of is Monica is performed by Georgia MckenzieThe voice of BARK33P is performed by Gavin Gaddis.The voice of Marisol is performed by Elena Fernandez Collins.Sound effects are courtesy of freesounds.org.The music featured in this episode, all from the Free Music Archive, is: “Suchtrupp,” “Mines of the Dogants, “Tanz de Gelben Elefants, and “Repeater Station” by Lobo Loco, and “Future Soundtrack” by Adam Henry Garcia.For more info on the Ostium Podcast check out ostiumpodcast.com.
The Ostium Podcast has surpassed 500,000 downloads, a feat none of Team Ostium could ever have believed possible. It is all thanks to you wonderful fans and listeners and we are so appreciative. To celebrate this achievement, we're releasing this special Ostium File #242. Written and directed by Georgia Mckenzie. Voice Acted by Matthew Rives. Music composed and performed by Matthew Rives. To find out more about Matthew, check out his Instagram. Thank you again and here's to hitting a million downloads in the future!
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Started
Dec 3rd, 2016
Latest Episode
Feb 16th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
118
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33 minutes
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