The Lost Cat Podcast

An Arts, Books and Comedy podcast
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The entirely true adventures I have had while trying to find my cat.

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The unnamed protagonist is out to search for his cat. But the lengths he must go and the secrets he will uncover are quite, quite unusual. There is a gentle comedy in the narrator’s singleminded focus on his cat. Lovecraftian sensibilities feature significantly - all dark clouds and unspeakable monsters in the heart of the earth - but are tempered by good humour. “Horror” doesn’t quite cover it, but neither does “comedy”. Each episode also features lengthy musical interludes - your mileage may vary, but they disrupt the flow for me. Still, The Lost Cat is terribly enjoyable and I tore through the archive very quickly.
Oh man, I’m really loving this podcast. It has all the characteristics of art I love: clever, original, weird, and a little dark, with a dash of the paranormal/supernatural. The voice acting is great, and I love that drinking wine means a song. Each song I’ve heard so far has been good, too. This is definitely on my list of favorites.
First season, while unconnected, was eerie and interesting to listen to. Second was kinda hard to follow, and third was unremarkable. Fourth was pretty cool though.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Andrew Clarke
Podcast Status
Jul 1st, 2014
Latest Episode
Jun 5th, 2020
Release Period
2 per month
Avg. Episode Length
25 minutes

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