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Season 6

  • Episode 62 – Anomalies I 41:04

    This episode was written, edited, and produced by Alex C. Telander.


    The part of Steve is performed by Alex C. Telander.


    Sound design was done by the wonderful Mike Nye of Hail and Well Met Podcasts, for more info check out hailandwellmetpodcast.com.


    Music featured in this episode is “Snow Ticket” by PC III, courtesy of the Free Music Archive. Be sure to check out the artist at freemusicarchive.org.


    The theme song was composed by Chris Fletcher.


    You can find a transcript for this episode here.


    If you enjoyed this episode and would like to help out the Ostium Network, you can talk about it on social media and leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice.


    Thank you to all our patrons on the Ostium Network Patreon. We couldn’t do it without you. If you would like to support our shows, you can do that here. You’ll get access to lots of bonus material including brand new episodes of the Ostium Sagas, and getting access to new episodes of Ostium a week before regular release.


    For more info on Ostium, our other shows, transcripts and merchandise, you can visit our website.


    The Ostium Podcast is a member of the Rusty Quill Network. For other great Rusty Quill shows, be sure to check out rustyquill.com.


    Thank you very much for listening and we’ll see you in two weeks with our next episode.

    Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/ostium.



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  • Episode 61 – Arrival 48:16

    This episode was written, edited, and produced by Alex C. Telander.


    The part of Jake is performed by Chris Fletcher


    The part of Monica is performed by Georgia Mckenzie


    The part of Thyra is performed by Arden Roddie


    The part of Zhang is performed by Emily Wang


    The part of Steve is performed by Alex C. Telander.


    Sound design was done by the wonderful Mike Nye of Hail and Well Met Podcasts, for more info check out hailandwellmetpodcast.com.


    Music featured in this episode is “Deep Sky” by Kirk Osamayo, courtesy of the Free Music Archive. Be sure to check out the artist at freemusicarchive.org.


    The theme song was composed by Chris Fletcher.


    You can find a transcript for this episode here.


    If you enjoyed this episode and would like to help out the Ostium Network, you can talk about it on social media and leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice.


    Thank you to all our patrons on the Ostium Network Patreon. We couldn’t do it without you. If you would like to support our shows, you can do that here. You’ll get access to lots of bonus material including brand new episodes of the Ostium Sagas, and getting access to new episodes of Ostium a week before regular release.


    For more info on Ostium, our other shows, transcripts and merchandise, you can visit our website.


    The Ostium Podcast is a member of the Rusty Quill Network. For other great Rusty Quill shows, be sure to check out rustyquill.com.


    Thank you very much for listening and we’ll see you in two weeks with our next episode.

    Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/ostium.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Extras

Ostium Podcast

Some doors should not be opened

Ostium is an Adventure, sci-fi , fantasy audio drama podcast set in the mysterious and thrilling town of Ostium. Follows Jake Fisher who discovers a secret and abandoned town hidden in the far reaches of Northern California. Jake notices something: while there is no one around, there are many, many doors. When he eventually gets inside Ostium he learns that every door has a specific number. None of the doors will open for him, until he starts with the first door. It opens and begins a journey for him that will take him far away from his normal life, through many more doors leading to different places in time and space …

Show transcripts available here.


Written and Directed by Alex C. Telander

Music by Chris Fletcher

Jake Fisher – Chris Fletcher

Monica – Georgia McKenzie


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Press

“10 Thrilling Audio Dramas to Transport You to Other Planes of Existence – Ostium It turns out that every door in Ostium contains a portal to another place, each one more fascinating than the last. It’s very Infinity Train, only with far fewer trains.” – Beth Elderkin – Gizmodo – 10 Thrilling Audio Dramas to Transport You to Other Planes of Existence (gizmodo.com.au)

23 fiction podcasts to tune into right now – the podcast host

Great – Sci-fi Podcasts – discoverpods.com


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