The Unseen Houractive
Publisher |
The Unseen Hour
Stories of the mysterious, the horrifying and the absurd. Performed live by 3 actors in 10 roles, in the style of old time radio drama. With special guests every episode.
Country Of Origin |
United Kingdom
Produced In |
London, England
Premiere Date |
2017-03-13
Frequency |
Biweekly

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33 Episodes Available

Average duration:00:29:36

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Strideforth attempts to avoid the spread of a terrifying and deadly sickness that sweeps his home town.

As an aristocrat travelling among his people in a clever disguise, Strideforth encounters an outbreak of a mass psychogenic illness that causes people to laugh hysterically, dance uncontrollably, and then die painfully...

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Katie Arnstein and performed by Ashley Tucker. Guest musician: Joey Timmins James Carney. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to protect his town from the spread of a strange disease.

As the local lawman of the colonial town of Palton on the distant planet of Lilith, Strideforth attempts to save the town from an outbreak of a virulent and fatal disease, that does not end in death...

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Holly Morgan and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Dominic Allen and performed by Simon Maeder. Guest musician: Overbeck. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to make a wish...

Visiting a local fair, Strideforth discovers that the local townsfolk are being granted wishes by various mysterious and magical mean - wishes that are more than they bargained for...

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Holly Morgan and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Nicole Acquah and performed by Sarah Langrish-Smith. Guest musician: Niall McNamee . Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Nothing happens. Three times. Strideforth ponders existence as he awaits the oncoming attack of a barbarian horde in a mysterious desert...

As a soldier in a Roman rearguard cohort, Strideforth stands as a meagre defence against the oncoming barbarians, but the featureless desert with its one spindly tree is not all it appears to be...

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows - The Unseen Hour will be at VAULT Festival on March 8th. 

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Sid Singh and performed by Laura Jane Romer-Ormiston. Guest musician: James Carney. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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On the small island of Lilith, Rufus Strideforth runs a funeral parlour. But he has a rival

Recorded live at a special event for Wooden Overcoats, at The Phoenix Arts Club in London. 

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows - The Unseen Hour will be at VAULT Festival on March 8th. 

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth travels through time, space and other dimensions to locate the source of the mysterious podcast he is investigating... this podcast...

As an investigative journalist, Strideforth, is swept up into a world of secret organizations and false realities as he searches for the origin of a podcast which appears to be about his own life...

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows - The Unseen Hour will be at VAULT Festival on March 8th. 

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Angus Dunican and performed by Emily Jane Kerr. Guest musician: Hugh Davies. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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As an investigative journalist, Strideforth, blunders into a world of crime and secrets as he searches for the origin of a podcast which appears to be about his own life, following a series of clues that seem increasingly improbable... For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows - The Unseen Hour will be at VAULT Festival in March. Unseen Things are also bringing a brand new play to VAULT Festival - The Thing That Came To Dinner. Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written and performed by Luke Courtier. Guest musician: Jonny Taylor. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard. @unseenhour
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Strideforth closes in on the source of the mysterious podcast he is investigating... this podcast...

As an investigative journalist, Strideforth, blunders into a world of crime and secrets as he searches for the origin of a podcast which appears to be about his own life, following a series of clues that seem increasingly improbable...

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows - The Unseen Hour will be at VAULT Festival in March. Unseen Things are also bringing a brand new play to VAULT Festival - The Thing That Came To Dinner.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written and performed by Luke Courtier. Guest musician: Jonny Taylor. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth resumes his investigation into who makes... this podcast...

As an investigative journalist, Strideforth, stumbles into a world of myth and legend as he searches for the roots of a podcast which appears to be about his own life, and it takes him to places he never imagined could exist...

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows - The Unseen Hour will be at VAULT Festival in March. Unseen Things are also bringing a brand new play to VAULT Festival - The Thing That Came To Dinner.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by James King and performed by Ben Metcalf. Guest musician: Andy Grieve. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to discover who makes... this podcast...

As an investigative journalist, Strideforth, delves into the mystery of a podcast which appears to be about his own life, only to discover that someone doesn't want him asking questions.

For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows - The Unseen Hour will be at VAULT Festival in March. Unseen Things are also bringing a brand new play to VAULT Festival - The Thing That Came To Dinner.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Joseph Cullen and performed by Richard Holt. Guest musician: Koko Brown. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Unseen Things is now rehearsing a brand new stage play: THE THING THAT CAME TO DINNER Come to see it at @VaultFestival. Or better still, help us to make it, by supporting us on Kickstarter at www.kickstarter.com/projects/unseenhour/the-thing-that-came-to-dinner. We'd be grateful for your support. This message will self-destruct.
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Strideforth attempts to take up residence in a new home with his family.

As an alcoholic novelist trying to finish his book, Strideforth moves into a large isolated house with his family, only to encounter an array of ghosts... and his own internal demons...

Guest writer and actor Karla Marie Sweet will be appearing in James Carney's new play THE THING THAT CAME TO DINNER at @VaultFestival. Unseen Things is currently seeking funding at www.kickstarter.com/projects/unseenhour/the-thing-that-came-to-dinner. We'd be grateful for your support.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written and performed by Karla Marie Sweet. Guest musician: Heidi Gowthorpe. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts enlist the help of an imprisoned cannibal psychopath in order to catch a serial killer.

As a government investigator, Strideforth must lock wits with a genius psychopath in a mental institute in order to gain insight into his search for a serial killer on the loose.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Joey Page and performed by Janina Smith. Guest musician: Len Blanco. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to retrieve an overdue book.

As a lowly clerk, Strideforth, finds that an extremely powerful ancient book 

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Holly Morgan and performed by Alexa Brown. Guest musician: Isobel Rogers. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to defeat the child eating demon that haunted his childhood.

Thinking he has left his gruesome past behind, Strideforth attempts to live a normal, uneventful life, but the lurking evil that plagued his teenaged years has returned to the small town where he grew up, and is calling him home...

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Rebecca Crookshank and performed by Ciara Baxendale. Guest musician: Eugene Feygelson. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts save his highschool crush from a demonic serial killer.

A group of irresponsible teenagers spend a weekend of carefree hedonism on the banks of a beautiful lake, but scary stories around the campfire are the beginning of something much more brutal and terrifying.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Jimmy Osborne and performed by David Aula. Guest musician: Theo Bard. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to resist the robot uprising.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Kathryn Gardner and performed by Paul Collin-Thomas. Guest musician: David Persiva. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to solve a murder on a bus.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Peter Carrington and performed by Josephine Rattigan. Guest musician: Andy Goddard. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth seeks wealth and luxury aboard a pirate ship.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Max Kreisky and performed by Taqi Nazeer. Guest musician: Fiona Jane Thom. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth seeks fame and fortune in one of the worlds greatest cultural centers.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Owen Rixon and performed by Kevin Shen. Guest musician: Sam Shaber. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to locate the mythical Fountain Of Youth.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Brodrick Jones and performed by Maggie Turner. Guest musician: Orlando James. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to defend a Martian frontier town against bandits.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Karim Flint and performed by Amy Fleming. Guest musician: Head Moths. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to find his way home from the magical land of Ohz.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Raymond Miller and performed by Teddy Lamb. Guest musician: ROOKES. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to make a home in a haunted house.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Sergio Maggiolo and performed by Miguel Hernando Torres Umba. Guest musician: Paul Mosley with Maya McCourt. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Prestoon attempts to avert international disaster.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Deborah Pearson. Monologue written by Molly Beth Morossa and performed by Tom Crowley. Guest musician: Gabby Young with Stephen Ellis, Jay Chakravorty and Thom Ashworth. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.@unseenhour

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Prestoon investigates a mysterious curse in a seaside village.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Deborah Pearson. Monologue written by Nic Lamont and performed by Edward Cartwright. Guest musician: Samantha Whates. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.

@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to win the First World War.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Chris Webster and performed by Oliver Gully. Guest musician: Thom Ashworth. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.

@unseenhour

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Strideforth's village is terrorised by a werewolf.

Written by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Sasha Wilson and performed by Rhiannon Neads. Guest musician: Jess Bryant. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.

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Strideforth goes on a quest to discover the origins of civilisation.

Written by James Carney, performed by him with Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Sam Thompson and performed by Greg Lockett. Guest musician: Odinn Orn Hilmarsson. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.

@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to buy flowers.

Written by James Carney, performed by him with Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Camilla Whitehill and performed by Beth Eyre. Guest musician: Tom Moores. Produced by James Carney and Andy Goddard.

@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to upgrade his phone.

Written by James Carney, performed by him with Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford. Monologue written by Mat Burt and performed by Josh Morrall. Guest musician: Luke Courtier. Podcast produced by Andy Goddard.

@unseenhour

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Strideforth attempts to reclaim an overdue book.

The rough and experimental pilot episode, performed live at VAULT Festival in Waterloo, London. The pilot episode of The Unseen Hour, performed by James Carney, Joey Timmins and Brice Stratford, with a monologue written by Deborah Pearson and performed by Lucy Farrett and music from Kat Flint.

@unseenhour

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Some information about the upcoming show. A hint of what to expect.

Quirky, hilarious, very clever
Apr 12, 2018 by Max

My favourite anthology show! Each episode has it's on hillarious story, stufded with comedy, parody and satire, and every episode has a singer, and they always seem to be great!

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