Mar 21, 2019
Season 2 Episode 2 – The Grand Salcombe
39 min

Fleet and Clara meet with former magician Edouard Vidocq to learn about the disappearance of Dr Tilvane.

Primordial Deep
Primordial Deep
No Such Thing Productions
Two: The Goddess Claw
Something has come to nest in the station below the sea... and it isn't just the crew... In this episode of Primordial Deep, The Goddess Claw: Dr. Marella Morgan - Jordan Cobb Aden "Spinner" Davit - Giancarlo Herrera Captain Clarion Loire - Jesse Inocalla Dr. Destan Seychelles - Eamonn Leighton Lieutenant Commander Talise Asherah - Regina Renee Russell Matira "Matti" Coburn - Lindsay Zana Tiamat Computer - Jes Washington Written, Directed and Produced by Jordan Cobb Sound Design by Julia Schifini Score by Daryl Banner Cover Art by Chel Geter The sea shanty High Barbary is performed by Regina Renee Russell, courtesy of the Public Domain. Primordial Deep is a No Such Thing Production. To donate, read transcripts, or find out more about us, visit or Content Warning: Primordial Deep is a science fiction adventure thriller with elements of horror, aimed at a mature audience, and as such, may contain material that is upsetting or triggering for certain people. THIS EPISODE contains harsh language, animal attacks, gun violence, mentions of sedation and mentions of blood/injury. Listener discretion is advised. This episode is sponsored by The White Vault, an award winning, intellectual horror fiction podcast, set in the Arctic wastes. Journey north with an international repair team to locate the source of a mysterious signal. Trapped in the white wastes, the team makes an ominous discovery and finds that they might not be alone... What terrors lurk beneath the ice? Find The White Vault however you listen to podcasts, and find out more about the show at Subscribe now and delve the waiting horrors.
47 min
Ostium Podcast
Ostium Podcast
The Ostium Network
Episode 57 - Albion
Kind of Lord of the Rings, except with an awesome gay sorceress on the planet of Albion. I’ve wondered for a while with the creation of the Ostium spin-off Circe on the distant planet of Albion, if Jake or Monica might one day end up there somehow. This is the story that came out of that, as I wondered what Pragma might be up to now that Thyra is gone. I think there may be more visits from one or more of our main characters to Albion in the future. You’ll just have to wait and see. This episode was written by Alex C. Telander. The part of Monica is performed by Georgia Mckenzie. The part of Pragma is performed by Belinda Roddie. Sound design was done by Hail and Well Met Podcasts. Check out more of their great work at Music featured in this episode is "Reflections on the Water" by Lance Conrad, "Different Universe" by Neil Cross, "In My Heart" by Sander Kalmeijer, and "Ethereal plane" by Emanuele Dentoni under a Creative Commons license. For a link to a transcript of this episode please follow this link: If you enjoy Ostium and would like to support the show, you can do so on our Patreon at We’ve updated our rewards structure with lots of new bonus goodies like new miniseries, a special zoomcast about how podcasts are made called From the Sound Up, postcards for patrons, and a zoom chat with members of team Ostium and patrons every couple of months. You can find all this and more at Thanks for listening and our next episode will release in two weeks.
16 min
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