The Absinthe Affairs O’ Atticus Oldman

“Tootle Pip Your Tuesdays!” International Steampunk music and mischief frae Atticus Oldman – Broadcast around the Multiverse exclusively via the media player on the home page of the Steampunk Almanac!

The Clockwork Cabaret
The Clockwork Cabaret is a steampunk music podcast riding the windy wilds of the aethernet. Spontaneous, silly, and ever expanding, Their goal is to pump coal-heated music o’ gears directly into your copper-plated ears and steampowered hearts.

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Cogwebs and Strange
Cogwebs and Strange is a Goth, Steampunk, Punk and Cheese night on Meander Valley Community Radio (MVFM 96.9FM), Thur 9-10pm, repeated Mon 9-10pm.

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New episodes released every Thursday – GASP plays an eclectic mix of progressive, steampunk, alternative, gothic, folk horror, cabaret and metal sounds, mostly contemporary but with a few established artists from yesteryear.

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Hisnande Historier – Queen Vic & The Valve Men
We produce original audio drama podcasts inspired by American radio serials of the golden age. For the fun of it. The words ‘hisnande historier’ translate to thrilling, dizzying stories. Based in Sweden but with English versions available via the link provided

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The League Of S.T.E.A.M.
Our talented group of inventors and actors take the audience back to a time of scientific adventure; a common ground between the paranormal and the Pythagorean. We are monster hunters from the Victorian era. From up on the stage to mingling the crowd, our members engage the audience with proton packs capable of firing blasts of “steam,” zombie manservants on chain-leads, net guns and titillating electro-shock packs and ethereal glowing ghosts.

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The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Archives
By Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris
Underneath the secret headquarters of The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences is the Archives, nearly half a century of stories, oddities, and curiosities collected in its massive catacombs and preserved for all time. With this much mysterious history, agents Wellington Thornhill Books and Eliza D. Braun discover that some stories have as yet to be told. Inspired by the new steampunk series The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences comes a collection of short stories, edited and produced by award-winning podcasters Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris.

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Radio Retrofuture
Radio Retrofuture is an informative You Tube channel covering speculative fiction, Steampunk and other forms of Retrofuturism.

Online: Radio Refuture On You Tube

Sage and Savant
The continuing Steampunk podcast and blog of Dr. Petronella Sage and her friend Professor Erasmus Savant. Join us as we venture back to the Victorian Science-fiction world of Sage & Savant as they travel through space and time.


Sin and Gin!
Join Victor and the Bully for their Podcast Sin and Gin! Here you will hear the latest updates from the band, interviews, games, facts and all the finest Silliness and Debauchery there is too offer!


The S.T.E.A.M.Geeks Podcast
Steampunk, plus a lot more! – Movies, Liquor, History, Imagination, DIY Crafting; the list of topics goes on… We attempt to discuss subjects that may be relevant to folks in the Steampunk community. Though sometimes the “geek” wins out over the “steam,” it’s always a good time!

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The Steampunk, Gothic & Sci-fi Show.
Thursday’s 1.00pm – 3pm (UK Time)

Playing an eclectic mix, shining a light on the hidden gems from the darkest corners of this earth, to the deepest reaches of Space. Highlighting the many crossovers, between alternative sub cultures, Horror, science Fiction and beyond, plus their influences on each other.

Show features include “Name the Sci-fi Theme Tune”,  and “that Live Part”, where the show’s host Dale Rowles or his guest’s perform live in the studio.  But most of all, Having a Laugh, and hopefully introducing some of your next Favourite Bands, and reminding you of some you’ve forgotten.