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Tales From New Babbage

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Tales From New Babbage is an audio podcast featuring members of the New Babbage community reading classic stories that are in the public domain, and broadcast on Radio Riel as part of the Sunday evening Radio Riel Players Presents show. It is understood that Tales From New Babbage are to be selections of darker material than what is usually presented by the regular Players.

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==Past Readers==

Amadeus Hammerer
*Knecht Ruprecht ”by Theodor Storm (traditional)”

Bianca Namori
*King Winter ”by Gustav W. Seitz publishing house” (1859)

”’Mr. W–”’
*The Basha’s Gorilla ”by William Patterson White” (1910)
*The White Ship ”by H.P. Lovecraft” (1919)

Emperor Ezra Crumb II
*Voyage Eastward ”from The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen” (1895 edition)
*’Twas the Night Before a New Babbage Christmas ”by Salazar Jack” (2010)

Ianone Constantine
*The Cats of Ulthar ”by H.P. Lovecraft” (1920)

Junie Ginsburg
*A Christmas Fantasy, with a Moral ”by Thomas Baily Aldrich” (1891)
*The Red Haired Girl ”by Sabine Baring-Gould” (1904)

Loki Eliot
*Billy’s Santa Claus Experience ”by Cornelia Redmond” (1895)

Satu Moreau
*The Robber Bridegroom ”by Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm” (1812)

Stargirl MacBain
*The Christmas Fairy of Strasburg, ”adapted from the German by J. Stirling Coyne (1803-1868)”

Tepic Harlequin
*Three of a Trade ”by Fitz-James O’Brien” (1858)

Victor1st Mornington
*The Horror of the Heights ”by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle” (1913)
*The Tale of the Goblins Who Stole a Sexton ”by Charles Dickens” (1836)
*The Bodysnatcher ”by Robert Lewis Stevenson” (1884)
*The Brownie of the Black Haggs ”by James Hogg” (1828)
*Davey Jones’s Gift ”by John Masefield” (1905)
*The Ghost of the Blue Chamber ”by Jerome K. Jerome, from Told After Supper” (1891)
*A Man of Science ”by Jerome K. Jerome” (1892)

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