Beneath Ceaseless Skies Audio Fiction Podcasts

Beneath Ceaseless Skies Audio Fiction Podcasts

Published by: Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine
269 Episodes | First Released: Nov 5 '08 | 🇺🇸
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JorgeSevillano
Oct 2 '19
Rating:   10
Portrait of the artist

This is my first time listening to a podcast about stories and I really enjoy listening to it. The narrator was a delight to listen to.

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Hey Snow White
Apr 20 '19
Rating:   10
Love this

This is one of my favorite story podcasts. “Magic Potion Behind The Mountains” is one I loved so much I have listened to it at least four times now.

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cherikim
Oct 1 '18
Rating:   10
Very very good podcast

Good stories well read and no extra talk around them, it's really all about the stories.

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P.S.III
Aug 21 '17
Rating:   10
Superb!

Excellent stories! Excellent storytelling!Fantastic narrators!What else is there to say?Plug-in and enjoy!

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J.T. Evans
Jul 19 '17
Rating:   10
Good Stories on a Regular Basis

The stories in BCS range from good to great with most of them being closer to "great" on that scale.

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Cactguy
Jul 16 '17
Rating:   10
One of my favorite story podcasts

Fresh stories, wide variety, varying length to fit your listening time. One of the best podcasts for fiction.

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Chuck Noble
Apr 10 '15
Rating:   10
Solid podcast

Lots of great stories here. If you're just checking it out, try #142 "Everything beneath you "

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James&Jewell
Jan 11 '15
Rating:   10
Great short fiction podcast

Listen to this podcast and you'll be hooked too.

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Galaxix Gal
Jan 10 '15
Rating:   8
Great Stories, Good Variety … but ...

I am a big fan of fantasy and science fiction, short stories, and variety. This excellent podcast satisfies them all! There is quite a range of subject matter and writing style, and all are engaging and entertaining, polished and concise. The lengths are just right for a commute, or, if you have insomnia like me, need something to listen to quietly at night. The intro gives you a short background on the author. The reading is done in a straightforward manner, so if you want “performance”, this may not be the podcast for you. Now for the “but…” The man and woman who do the majority of the readings, while clear and intelligible, are monotone and lifeless enough to detract from the stories. The guest speakers sound as if they are reading in a cave, with an annoying echo that gives it an amateurish note. Unfortunately, this keeps it from being 5 stars.

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Moodgirl
Nov 26 '12
Rating:   4
ohhhh..... the narrator

.... should stop. i listened to several stories. even up to the magically #42. unintentionally. i'm sure the stories are good; there's just no emotion behind them. please go to escapepod, or toasted cake, or scott sigler, or jc hutchins, or cast of wonders, podcastle, psuedopod... oh, and drabblecast (he's quite good). i could go on. and "no", i'm not remotely involved in any of these. sadly, i haven't even donated to all. there is a difference between READING a story and PERFORMING a story. this is just reading. i'm sorry, i know they've tried. i can't get beyond the monotone either.

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