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The quintessence of British horror radio
Appointment with Fear
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Looking at the power of sound and its place in horror culture, including references to sound in classic horror and Gothic fiction. Also features studies of early examples of horror radio.

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Listen in terror

British horror radio from the advent of broadcasting to the digital age

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