BBC Radio Drama: Stephen King’s Salem Lot (podcast)

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Humphrey Camardella - Tales Of Horror podcastThe 1995 BBC radio-dramatization of Stephen King’s horror novel Salem’s Lot was recently serialized by a Humphrey Camardella Media Productions podcast called Tales Of Horror. The production combines the ‘psychological thriller and the classic horror genres, making references to Bram Stoker’s Dracula.’ I was surprised to see this relatively new audio drama in their feed, but perhaps owners Dennis Humphrey and Bob Camardella, have struck a deal with the BBC. Here is the official Humphrey Camardella word:

“The Humphrey Camardella Media Productions (H&C) is a privately-owned media company with offices in Dallas, Texas and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At present H&C publishes 150 podcasts, portaled by the world’s largest distributors and subscribed to by over 2 Million monthly listeners. With over two million monthly listeners we are one of the largest independent media companies in the United States and one of the largest new media companies in the world.”

That is big!

Salem’s Lot
Based on the novel by Stephen King; Performed by a full cast
Seven 30-minute Parts – Approx. 3.5 Hours [RADIO DRAMA]
Podcaster: Tales Of Horror
Podcast: March – May 2008
Ben Mears, a successful writer who grew up in Jerusalem’s Lot, has returned home following the death of his wife. Ben plans to write a book about the Marsten House, an abandoned mansion that gave him nightmares after a traumatic childhood experience.

Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3| Part 3 |MP3| Part 4 |MP3|
Part 5 |MP3| Part 6 |MP3| Part 7 |MP3|

or subscribe to the podcast feed:

http://horrortales.libsyn.com/

Posted by Jesse Willis

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2 thoughts to “BBC Radio Drama: Stephen King’s Salem Lot (podcast)”

  1. Sorry, but HC are well known thieves who steal shows from other podcasts. Even much of their artwork is lifted from the Radio Spirits cataloges, and podcast descriptions are taken from other, better, Radio Relics podcasts. Anything they play from the BBC is wholey and completely without permission.

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