Mouahahahahahhhhhh!  All Hallows Eve… Samhain… when the veil between the worlds is thin.. and today on Radio Riel’s Main Stream, albeit a day late, it’s eerie music — with scary tales every even-numbered hour Pacific Time*. Today we present a
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Late for Hallowe’en: Music & Scary Tales

in Daily Programme, Radio Riel Main

by Elrik Merlin on Saturday, 1 November, 2014

Music & Scary Tales for Hallowe’en

Mouahahahahahhhhhh!  All Hallows Eve… Samhain… when the veil between the worlds is thin.. and today on Radio Riel’s Main Stream, albeit a day late, it’s eerie music — with scary tales every even-numbered hour Pacific Time*. Today we present a seasonal collection of music and a collection of tales of mystery and imagination for those of you who are partying on.

We’re presenting a wide and sometimes surprising collection of music during the day, varying from classical to rock and including a selection of fantasy SF TV and movie themes to boot.

But in addition, be sure to tune in at the top of every even-numbered hour Pacific Time* (2am, 4am, 6am etc Pacific Time) to hear a “Scary Tale”. They include old-time radio plays — and of course we are including the famous Orson Welles 1938 War of the Worlds, in case you missed it earlier in the week — some presentations from that master of the macabre, Vincent Price, and E F Benson ghost stories. There’s also Frederick Bradnum’s classic play Private Dreams and Public Nightmares — the first BBC drama to include Radiophonic music, which led to the foundation of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in 1957.

*If you’re using Pacific Time, there will be a scary tale starting on every even-numbered hour. However, if you’re in Britain where the hour went back last weekend, they’ll be on odd-numbered hours. Confused yet? We are!


Today’s programme is presented by Elrik Merlin. If you are in the United States or Canada, please click here to launch the Stream Licensing player. To listen from outside North America, click here to start your player .

This programme is also available in enhanced-quality AAC. Tune in here: http://64.237.34.50:9000/ (note new URL)

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