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Sieht schon jetzt danach aus, als hätte da mal wieder jemand ein glückliches Händchen bei der Projektwahl gehabt:

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The 12 Podcasts We Can’t Wait to Hear in 2018
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Nicholas Quah

Can 2018 match the particularly strong year that podcasts had in 2017? If so, it’ll be because some of the shows on this list really took off. These are 12 of the most anticipated podcasts scheduled to drop in the first half of the year, with two big trends standing out: There are a lot of collaborations, and as always, there remains a lot of true crime.

Atlanta Monster (Tenderfoot and HowStuffWorks, January 5)

Tenderfoot, the team behind the popular show Up and Vanished, has taken on a new case to dig through: the Atlanta Child Murders, in which at least 28 black children and young adults were murdered during a two-year period between 1979 and 1981. This new series, which sees the Tenderfoot team partner up with fellow Atlanta podcast company HowStuffWorks, is set to reexamine the murders along with everything else the period wrought. Atlanta Monster went live last week, and the series will play itself out in ten parts.

Secrets (Radiotopia Showcase, January 12)

The next series from Radiotopia’s Showcase initiative has a pretty broad (and somewhat generic) premise, as far as serious public-media-minded audio documentaries go: Secrets is said to be about “people who live every day with a significant lie, and people affected by the lies of others.” (Don’t we all?) But here’s the real hook: The podcast comes from the team behind Spår, which has gained the reputation of being the “Serial of Sweden,” so it’s bound to tell some really interesting stories. Secrets will be made up of six episodes, produced and hosted by Mohamed El Abed and Martin Johnson.

Endless Thread (WBUR, January 12)

Get this: A respected public radio station has partnered up with a vast (and occasionally controversial) social network to produce a show delivering stories of people who dwell in that digital community. If Reddit is a city, then this podcast, Endless Thread, is its city paper. The project is led by WBUR, perhaps most known for the Modern Love podcast, and it will be hosted by former Marketplace Tech front man Ben Johnson and produced by Amory Sivertson.

The Walk (Six to Start and Panoply, January 18)

Interactive podcasts: They’re a thing! The Walk is an intriguing follow-up to Zombies, Run!, the audio-oriented augmented-reality running app from British game company Six to Start. (The premise of those apps is pretty ingenious: They feed narrative and atmospheric sounds — say, zombie noises — and you run with phantasmic motivation.) In The Walk, listeners are placed in the role of someone making a crucial delivery through a Scottish urban landscape that’s been wiped out by a terrorist EMP. While the core experience is the app, Six to Start has partnered with Panoply to adapt The Walk into a 31-episode podcast series for a more casual listen. The script is by Naomi Alderman, who also wrote the 2016 dystopian sci-fi novel The Power.

Launch (Wondery, January 23)

From the looks of the press release, Launch is essentially StartUp, but for writing a novel. In this podcast, the screenwriter John August documents his experience of producing, selling, and promoting a novel. It’s unlike the work August has long been doing on the beloved Script Notes podcast, which he co-hosts with fellow screenwriter Craig Mazin, that is both an educational window into an industry and a pretty fun hang. Launch seems to be structured as a more traditionally linear documentary narrative, which is pretty consistent with its production partner, Wondery, that brought you last year’s Dirty John.

West Cork (Audible, February 8)

In 1996, the French film producer Sophie du Plantier was mysteriously beaten to death in front of her vacation home in West Cork, Ireland. Her murder has remained unsolved to this day — even as the prime suspect, the journalist Ian Bailey, has been arrested twice for the crime. (The most recent arrest happened early last year). West Cork is a true-crime series in 13 parts that will go deep into the case, exploring the role of the rural Irish town and featuring interviews with Bailey himself.

Pounded in the Butt by My Own Podcast With Chuck Tingle (Night Vale After Dark, February 14)

The Night Vale crew has a new imprint that’s rolling out this Valentine’s Day, and its first offering is as fitting as it is audacious: The gloriously named Pounded in the Butt by My Own Podcast with Dr. Chuck Tingle, the pseudonymous author behind the magical line of really, really niche self-published gay erotica with titles like Angry Man Pounded by the Fear of His Latent Gayness Over a Dinosaur Transitioning Into a Unicorn and Lonely Author Pounded by Dinosaur Social Media Followers. With his new podcast, Tingle will deliver tales from “the Tingleverse” that “prove love is real between buckaroos and handsome planes, dinosaur lawyers, and scary reverse twins.” What a mouthful.

Gamebreaker With Keith Olbermann (Audible, March 9)

Audible is coming for that 30 for 30 Podcast money. The premiere season of Gamebreaker’s take on the sports audio documentary will feature stories about runners and neurological rewiring, an athlete that pushes back against the rules of Olympic swimming, and one man’s quest to take back the sport of cycling. It will also contain a multi-episode dive into the chilling Steubenville High School rape case. Each episode will be introduced by Keith Olbermann, fresh off his political video series with GQ, presumably with his trademark pep intact.

Invisibilia (NPR, Early March)

Last year, Invisibilia built a third season that meditated on emotional reality — how it’s fluid in nature and truth, and how learned concepts shape a person’s experience of that reality and the self. The season was a fascinating and slightly frustrating bundle of ideas, but it did mark a shift for the show’s format, which opted to build the whole season around a single theme. The team will re-up the approach for its upcoming fourth season, which will investigate the possibility and moral ambiguity of gray areas through stories about spies, heists, publicly shaming harassers, and fighting terrorism with reality TV.

Wolverine: The Long Night (Stitcher and Marvel, Spring TBD)

What does a comic-book podcast blockbuster sound like? We’ll find out soon, when Wolverine: The Long Night rolls out in the spring. The result of partnership between Marvel and Stitcher, The Long Night will unfold in ten parts and follows three law-enforcement agents as they investigate a series of murders in a remote Alaskan town … with Wolverine, the iconic cigar-chomping Canadian mutant, as the prime suspect. Wolverine will be voiced by Richard Armitage, and the podcast will feature a script by Benjamin Percy and direction by former Love+Radio producer Brendan Baker. As Vulture reported in December, Percy says that “the series will resemble nonfiction true-crime podcasts like Serial and S-Town, as well as True Detective, but that it’s also likely to draw upon plot elements from the title character’s long comic-book and film history.” That’s a mishmash of influences that I’m totally here for.


The Vox Daily Explainer Podcast (Vox Media, Spring TBD)

The daily news podcast genre is heating up pretty hard, with solid and popular entries from the New York Times (The Daily), NPR (Up First) and The Outline (World Dispatch). Very soon, we’ll see another major entry into the category in the form of the still-untitled daily explainer show from Vox Media. Former WNYC and More Perfect staffer Sean Rameswaram is in the hosting chair. If you’re a news junkie, keep an eye out for this one.

Adventures in New America (Night Vale Presents, Spring TBD)

Here’s the official description of this upcoming brand-new Night Vale Presents audio drama: “A wild blues- and afropunk-tinged ride through the New York City of New America, a country not so different from our own, where jobs and healthcare are hard to come by and bad news is a constant presence … except that it’s also populated by vampire zombies from outer space.” There’s a lot going on here, to say the least. Anyway, Adventures in New America is written by Stephen Winter, the acclaimed director behind 2015’s Jason & Shirley, and Tristan Cowen, who also stars. Podcast fans should further note: AINA will also feature Mystery Show’s Starlee Kine in a starring role.


http://www.vulture.com/2018/01/upcoming-new-podcasts-of-2018.html?utm_campaign=vulture&utm_source=tw&utm_medium=s1

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Am 11. März ist Richard in Austin, Texas, in Sachen Wolverine:

"Behind The Scenes with Marvel’s Wolverine Podcast Richard Armitage Mar 11, 2018 | 3:30pm – 4:30pm
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Trade Show - Next Stage - Exhibit Hall 4"

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Heute geht es Schlag auf Schlag! Hier gibt es einen ersten Trailer:

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Published Feb 6, 2018 By Tucker Chet Markus
Streaming now brought to you by Marvel and Stitcher

Prepare to enter the world of The Wolverine.

Today, Marvel New Media and audio content network Stitcher present the trailer for “Wolverine: The Long Night,” Marvel’s highly anticipated first-ever scripted podcast. The 10-episode series airs weekly beginning March 12, 2018 exclusively on Stitcher Premium. It will see a wide release across all podcast platforms in fall 2018.

The “Wolverine: The Long Night” story is a captivating hybrid of mystery and the larger-scale fantasy of the Marvel Universe. It follows agents Sally Pierce (Celia Keenan-Bolger) and Tad Marshall (Ato Essandoh) as they arrive in the fictional town of Burns, Alaska, to investigate a series of murders and quickly discover the town lives in fear of a serial killer. The agents team up with deputy Bobby Reid (Andrew Keenan-Bolger) to investigate their main suspect, Logan (Richard Armitage). Their search leads them on a fox hunt through the mysterious and corrupt town.

In addition to Armitage, the show’s cast includes notable actors Scott Adsit, Bob Balaban, and Brian Stokes Mitchell. Also cast in the series are actors Zoe Chao, Chaske Spencer, Jordan Bridges, David Call, Michael J. Burg, and Lannon Killea. Chris Gethard will also make a cameo appearance.

Stitcher and Marvel have assembled a writing and production team of veterans from both the comic book world and the podcasting industry. “Wolverine: The Long Night” is written by award-winning comic book author Ben Percy (“The Wilding,” “Red Moon”) and directed by Brendan Baker (formerly a producer for Radiotopia’s “Love & Radio”). Chloe Prasinos (formerly a producer for Gimlet’s “Reply All”) oversees sound design. The series is produced by Daniel Fink of Marvel and Jenny Radelet of Stitcher.


https://news.marvel.com/more-marvel/84047/wolverine-long-night-podcast-trailer-released/

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Wolverine Podcast Writer Benjamin Percy on What Fans Can Expect From The Long Night
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Long before Hugh Jackman strapped on the claws as Wolverine in the X-Men film franchise, the character had a recognizable voice. If you read the Marvel comics from which he emerged, you could practically hear it just based on the way writers and artists depicted him: Surely, it was a gravelly growl, tinged with animalistic grunts and harsh cadences. It’s fitting, then, that Wolvie will be the first Marvel hero to get his own podcast. This spring will see the release of Wolverine: The Long Night, a scripted podcast featuring the character, written by novelist and up-and-coming comics scribe Benjamin Percy. We caught up with Percy to talk about influences, format, and his own remarkable basso profundo.

What was the first Wolverine story that had an impact on you?


I’ve been reading Wolverine since I was 7 or 8. He’s one of those characters that I’ve followed my whole life. As a cigar-chomping, sideburned, whiskey-swilling, squat, grumpy loner, I feel a strong connection to him to this day. I always wanted to write Wolverine, but I never thought it would be in this capacity. I never anticipated this podcast universe would unfold before me. I have a strong affinity for the [Chris] Claremont/[Frank] Miller stuff. I really liked what [Greg] Rucka did in his run. He had some cool stuff with a story line with a militia in particular, that lingers in my memory to this day. Jason Aaron is one of my favorite writers in comics. His work on Wolverine is pretty definitive.

What makes Wolverine an interesting character to you, other than the fact that he’s a squat whiskey-swiller?

I have a strong interest in anti-heroes. Everyone from Wolverine to Don Draper to Tony Soprano. That struggle between light and dark. The struggle to do good, even though you’ve done bad. That’s something that absolutely drives me at the page when I’m writing my novels, writing screenplays, writing comics, writing this series. This is a story about atonement, about deception, about sacrifice, about the uncertainty of memory, about man in the wild, and the wild in man. Wolverine is such a compelling prism to explore these elements through. He’s somebody who is thickly bound in hair, and muscle, and adamantium, but inside that cage, deep inside that cage, there’s a big heart that’s hidden. Complicated characters are always the most interesting to me. He’s about as gnarly and complicated as they get.

How did you become a part of the project?


I broke in the side door of comics a few years back. I started off with a two-shot in Detective Comics, and from there I landed Green Arrow, and from there I landed Teen Titans, and from there I landed James Bond. This industry is a ladder. I guess you could say I’ve been working my way up a few rungs at a time. I was approached about this by Midroll and Marvel, and I put together a pitch. I wasn’t the only person they approached. I put together a pitch that was, I guess you could say, muscular. I don’t fool around with this sort of thing. When I knew I had the chance to write Wolverine, and when I knew that there was going to be this exciting new platform for the character, I put everything I had into making sure that this was mine for the taking. My pitch probably numbered 30 single-spaced pages.

Geez Louise.

I laid out what I wanted to do with the character. I laid out as many compelling story beats as I could. They gave me the green light. My claws have been out ever since.

So to speak. What’s the difference between writing a podcast pitch and writing a pitch for other mediums?

The pitch really, there’s no difference there. The scripting, however, is incredibly different. You’re tearing away a primary sense. There’s no sense of vision, so you have to find other ways to tell the story. This is especially difficult with a character most often associated with comics, where oftentimes a fight scene or an action set piece is central to the narrative. How do you write a fight scene in audio? You can’t, really. You have to find other ways to frame the narrative, and other ways to make the listener’s heart race.

Did you go to the well of other scripted podcasts, to get a sense of how that works, or old radio dramas?

I did. I was already an avid podcast listener, but I brushed up on some of my favorites, including Serial and S-Town. Their success, I think, has everything to do with their investigative format, the way that the listeners are complicit in the story. They are co-authors, they are literally detectives, because they are piecing together the clues alongside the point-of-view characters, the reporters in that case. In our series, our point-of-view characters are FBI agents. We’re lodged in their point of view, in their perspective, as we work our way through this community where dark deeds are occurring.

Tell me about them.


I can’t tell you too much. There’s something appealing about an odd couple, whether it’s Sonny and Cher, or Abbott and Costello, or Kirk and Spock. You want characters to play off each other. Sally Pierce and Tad Marshall are characters who have very different techniques. I wouldn’t call them a good cop and a bad cop, necessarily. You might find a parallel in, say, True Detective season one. They’re sparring with each other, even while working together toward a singular goal. In the course of listening to the series and following these characters, it’s not only an investigation into what’s happening in this town, it’s a query into Wolverine himself and the nature of his soul.

When you say the agents are the POV characters, how does that work? Is this like a Twin Peaks thing, where they’re narrating to Diane? Or is it more of a conventional sort of radio-drama approach?

There is a past and there is a present. There’s a past when bad things have happened, and there is a present where the mayhem is still occurring and the investigation continues. We’re cycling through the different timelines, and we’re trying to make sense of it all. Sometimes we’re in past tense and sometimes we’re in present tense. You are following them sometimes in the present, as they investigate a scene, and other times there is a recollection. There’s a recollection when they interview somebody, who tells them what they’ve seen. Sometimes one of the agents is reporting to another what they’ve discovered.

What do you want to bring out in Logan that maybe listeners and readers haven’t seen before?

I talked about podcasts like Serial and S-Town as an influence. I talked about True Detective as an influence. The other primary influence on the construction of this podcast was Unforgiven. Logan is hiding. Like Clint Eastwood in Unforgiven, Logan has separated himself from the world. There’s no better place to do that than Alaska, the last frontier. This is a place where survivalists go. This is a place where religious extremists go and criminals go. It’s very much a land of misfits, and rogues, and ne’er-do-wells. Logan is trying to escape what he has done. He has troubles with his memory. But he does remember that he has done monstrous things, terrible things. Sometimes, he wakes up in a sweat, haunted by bloody images from his time working with a black-ops unit. He is trying to escape himself and seek atonement. That’s what he’s going to pursue over the course of these ten episodes. He’s drinking himself into oblivion. He’s working himself raw as part of a fishing crew. He’s racing through the woods, sometimes even among packs of wolves, until his body wants to collapse. He’s seeking numbness. He’s seeking emptiness.

How cheery.

It’s a romantic comedy.

I take it this is before he’s joined the X-Men, or is it during one of his stints where he’s run away?

I can’t comment on that. Let’s just say that there are glimmers all throughout this first season that Marvel fans will recognize. One thing I do want to level up on and emphasize is that the point-of-view characters, as I mentioned before, are these FBI agents. Wolverine is obviously essential to the series, but what we’re really building up to start with is his offstage mythology. He is the subject of their investigation. Meaning with every episode, he’s going to have a larger and larger role, but up front, this is a tale of suspense. One of the devices of suspense is withholding information. We’re keeping a lot of clues hidden from you and we’re also keeping Wolverine, at the beginning, at the margins of the story, until at last he’s horribly spotlit. Spotlighted? Spotlit.

Let’s go with spotlit. Have you spent much time in Alaska?

I have, yeah. I’ve been up there several times for outdoor adventure, including several fishing trips I’ve done, based out of Homer and based out of Seward.

What kind of impression has it left on you?

It’s nature porn. You have the mountains crashing up against the sea. You have wildlife roaming through town. You have extreme conditions and extreme people. For someone with a personality like mine, it’s kind of heaven on Earth. It’s also a great stage for drama.

What have you heard so far of the finished product?

I have heard not only some clips, but finished cuts of some of the episodes. It’s melting my brain. It really is giving me gooseflesh when I listen. [Director] Brendan [Baker] and [sound designer] Chloe [Prasinos] have done an amazing job with the sound design and the music. This is cinema for your ears. This is not some old-time radio serial. The technology that they’re using, and the editing that’s taking place, and the extraordinary work of the actors, makes this a vividly realized experience.

Where and how did you listen to it?

I put in my earbuds and then ran naked through the woods listening to it.

Sounds like that’s the ideal way to do it.

I actually just turned down the lights in my office, leaned back and closed my eyes, and got swept away. But in my heart, I was racing naked through the forest.

Tell me about Brendan and Chloe. What are they like and what kinds of interactions have you had with them?

It’s been incredibly interactive from the very beginning. A lot of conversations in person and over the phone, and through … I’m spacing on that chatting platform now. Is it Slack?

Slack, yes. It’s the worst. It ruins all of our lives.

From the time I was building up the pitch, to the time that we were honing those final drafts, this was a collective effort.

I’m assuming the answer is nothing, but what can you tell us about the supporting cast? You’ve got some truly awesome character actors, Scott Adsit, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Chris Gethard.


Alaska is a land of misfits, and rogues, and ne’er-do-wells, so there are survivalists in this story. There is a cult stationed outside of town. There are hunters and there are fisherman, and there are bartenders, and there are grizzled and rookie cops. All of them come together and make Alaska a kind of character as well.

The one supporting character we know anything about is Bobby, the local Alaskan cop played by Andrew Keenan-Bolger. But that’s basically all we know about him. By sheer coincidence, Andrew and I went to a socialist summer camp together when we were both growing up. I have to say, imagining him as somebody out living among survivalists and cult members is truly hilarious to me.

He’s a genius.

He’s so talented.

His part is one of my favorites in the whole podcast. He does such a fantastic job. He brings this wonderful vulnerability to the role.

And you got Richard Armitage to play Wolverine!

When they were listing off different names as possibilities, as soon as they came to Armitage, I snapped my fingers and said, “Him, he’s the one.” I just knew that he was perfect for this role. He has not only the gravelly baritone, but a certain haunted demeanor about him that makes him perfectly suited for Wolverine. He’s a very, very smart guy. Some of the emails that he sent, in which he was referencing William Blake’s Nebuchadnezzar and talking about how he wanted to sort of unpack the character of Wolverine, they were scholarly. He’s not someone in this role. This guy is Wolverine.

That’s a good Blake cut.

If you’re familiar with that painting, it’s the man on all-fours. He saw in that painting an equivalency to Logan.


Speaking of voices, I do have to ask perhaps the most important question: Do you ever get sick of having the best physical voice in comics? You have this bass voice that I wish our readers could hear.

I am the voice of Darkseid, right? Darkseid. I am the voice of every comic-book villain.

When did you get this voice? How early in your life did it appear?


I was 14 years old and probably 70 pounds. You can imagine the looks that I got. Like, “What is wrong with you? Did you eat a monster?” You didn’t know the voice of the witness-protection program was an actual dude, until you heard me.

This is good, you’ve got your tight five for when you start doing stand-up.


You should have heard me before I got a vasectomy.

This interview has been edited and condensed.


http://www.vulture.com/2018/02/benjamin-percy-wolverine-long-night.html

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Für den 04.03. ist folgende Veranstaltung im Rahmen des OnAirFests angekündigt:

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What does a superhero sound like? Brendan Baker (director), Ben Percy (writer) and members of Wolverine: The Long Night cast including Celia Keenan-Bolger will share how they brought an iconic character to life. The upcoming 10 episode series brings Marvel's storytelling expertise into the podcasting world and translates the iconic character into the audio format for the first time. Plus attendees will enjoy an exclusive listen. Presented by Stitcher.
04:30 - 05:15


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Heute wird auf dem 'On Air Fest' über 'Wolverine' geredet - allerdings wohl ohne Richard:

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Brooklyn. Maybe I'll see you this Sunday at the On Air Fest, where I'll be talking about our podcast/audio drama "Wolverine: The Long Night" with @BrendanPBaker , @ChloePrasinos and @celiakb


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Zwar war Richard nicht anwesend, aber zu einigen der Tweets gehören kurze Clips und man kann ihn hören: :heartthrow:

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Short clip from @itsthewolverine Long Night the creators are saying the sound design was made specifically for headphones. Wolverine cutting a guys head off sounds amazing btw. @onairfest #OnAirFest #Wolverine


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This is a screenshot of the sound design for @itsthewolverine over a 100 tracks used for this particular section. The pink bars are sound effects. @onairfest #OnAirFest #Wolverine

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The series drops exclusively on @Stitcher on March 12 #OnAirFest #Wolverine


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.@RCArmitage plays Wolverine and this clip is of a character named Prophet who is a cult leader that moves to Alaska @itsthewolverine @onairfest #OnAirFest #Wolverine



https://twitter.com/jonathanmena/status/970402391576244224

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Wie wunderbar rauchig Richard seine Stimme klingen lassen kann, ist schon genial. Da weiß einfach jemand wunderbar mit seiner Stimme umzugehen. :daumen:

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Wie wunderbar rauchig Richard seine Stimme klingen lassen kann, ist schon genial. Da weiß einfach jemand wunderbar mit seiner Stimme umzugehen. :daumen:

Getuned mit Alkohol und Zigaretten - wie er das mal in einem TH-Interview in Bezug auf Thorin behauptet hat? ;)

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