Princess Thieves: Episode 23
Feb16

Princess Thieves: Episode 23

Gwendoline is put to the test as the battle for the Tower of London begins. Viola and Dashurie performed by Laureta Sela Princess Gwendoline performed by Theo Leigh Robin and Skender performed by Alexander Shaw Captain Baltus performed by Spencer Leeb Ajax performed by Alasdair Stuart Lavinia performed by Lyra Shaw The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound Perspectives, One of Them, Death of Kings, Long Note Three, Killers, Volatile Reaction, Heavy Heart, Myst on the Moor and Angevin were composed by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com one of the most generous creators on the internet. Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio and ASMR Rooms https://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/download/hhwrkt/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_23.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 19
Jan19

Princess Thieves: Episode 19

There was just… one more thing. Mortimer and Scarlet performed by Sharon Shaw Robin, Jack and Iain performed by Alex Shaw The Nag and Captain Baltus performed by Spencer Leeb Old Meg performed by Maureen Foley Dashurie was performed by Laureta Sela The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound Long Road Ahead and Angevin by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio and ASMR Rooms https://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/download/es74af/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_19.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 18
Jan12

Princess Thieves: Episode 18

Gwendoline learns something that turns her world upside down. Princess Gwendoline was performed by Theo Leigh Viola and Dashurie were performed by Laureta Sela Mortimer and Scarlet performed by Sharon Shaw Old Meg and Latika performed by Maureen Foley Oberon performed by Matt Wardle Robin, Skender, Jack and Coriolanus performed by Alex Shaw The Nag, Jetmir and Captain Baltus performed by Spencer Leeb Ajax performed by Alasdair Stuart The Akka girl, Lavinia and Imogen performed by Lyra Shaw Simpson, Doctor Marcus and Stoat performed by Matt Ramsey Lord Aaron and The Black Shuck performed by James Batchelor Nanny T and Marchioness Marissa performed by Lizz Atkins Simon performed by Paul Davies Evans performed by Paschal Dooley Tommy performed by James Perkins Watchmen and other Londoners performed by Matt Ramsey, James Batchelor, James Carter and Derrick Ritchie The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound Rapture and Welcome to Chaos performed by Ross Bugden All other music composed by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio and ASMR Rooms https://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/download/vkt3xr/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_18.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 17
Jan05

Princess Thieves: Episode 17

Gwen and Viola, Robin and Oberon part ways. The players for this episode were… Princess Gwendoline performed by Theo Leigh Viola performed by Laureta Sela Mortimer and Scarlet performed by Sharon Shaw Old Meg performed by Maureen Foley Oberon performed by Matt Wardle Robin and Coriolanus performed by Alex Shaw Captain Baltus performed by Spencer Leeb Watchman performed by Matt Ramsey The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound There is Romance, Mesmerise, Stormfront and Angevin composed by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio and ASMR Rooms Share The Princess Thieves with a friend today, they will thank you for it, and more importantly you will have someone close to talk to about New Century. https://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/download/5wa4ua/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_17.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 11
Nov24

Princess Thieves: Episode 11

Chaos in Camelot, the Knives are attacking from every crevice and Mortimer makes her move. The cast for this episode were… Old Meg performed by Maureen Foley Princess Gwendoline performed by Theo Leigh Robin and Brutal Knife performed by Alex Shaw The Nag performed by Spencer Leeb Mortimer performed by Sharon Shaw Viola performed by Laureta Sela Oberon performed by Matt Wardle The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound Ancient Heroes by Clynos Rapture and Welcome to Chaos composed by the brilliant Ross Bugden, whose YouTube account you should check out. Volatile Reaction, Perspectives, Danse of Questionable Tuning and Angevin composed by musical powerhouse Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com whom I support on Patreon Many soundscapes provided by the truly amazing Tabletop Audio whom I also support on patreon A huge thank you to somebody anonymous, billed only as Amazon Customer who reviewed Arlington very enthusiastically. If this was you, let me know @NewCenturyShaw on Twitter or newcenturyshow@gmail.com which is also the best place to contact me with questions or responses or professional enquiries regarding The New Century Multiverse. Special Thanks to Pam Getchell of @AudiotainmntNws who has been tweeting and retweeting about the New Century Multiverse to her followers every week, getting the name out there. Likewise Mark Lee of @MasqCrew whose retweet was retweeted by 30 others and seen by tens of thousands! http://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/web/nwn2dr/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_11.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 10
Nov17

Princess Thieves: Episode 10

Mortimer picks up the trail, there is an explosive argument over supper and Gwendoline meets two remarkable beings. The cast for this episode were… Narrator 1 performed by Spencer Leeb Mortimer performed by Sharon Shaw Bartender performed by James Batchelor Stoat performed by Matt Ramsey Princess Gwendoline performed by Theo Leigh Robin and Garlic performed by Alex Shaw Viola performed by Laureta Sela Oberon performed by Matt Wardle Old Meg performed by Maureen Foley The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound Miri’s Magic Dance, Volatile Reaction and Angevin composed by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio A huge thank you to somebody anonymous, billed only as Amazon Customer who reviewed Arlington very enthusiastically. If this was you, let me know @NewCenturyShaw on Twitter or newcenturyshow@gmail.com which is also the best place to contact me with questions or responses or professional enquiries regarding The New Century Multiverse. http://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/web/cg9imp/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_10.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 08
Aug04

Princess Thieves: Episode 08

TThe Thieves and their captives make their way to a hideout in Celador, and meet someone extremely bad tempered. Then the Archduke hires London’s greatest Bounty Hunter to track down Gwendoline. Narrator 1 and Old Meg performed by Maureen Foley Narrator 2 and Captain Baltus performed by Spencer Leeb Princess Gwendoline performed by Theo Leigh Robin and Archduke Coriolanus performed by Alex Shaw Viola performed by Laureta Sela Oberon performed by Matt Wardle Mortimer performed by Sharon Shaw The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound Ranz des Vaches is an old Swiss folk tune and features in Rossini’s William Tell. Egmont Overture by Ludwig van Beethoven, both orchestrated here by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com, who also composed Dance of Questionable Tuning, Perspectives and Angevin Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio ——————– Those of you who listen to School of Movies or are on my Patreon will already know that this week I was struck by calcific tendonitis, which means calcium collects and solidifies in the tendons of the shoulder, making it impossible for me to move my right arm without screaming in pain. The only way I was able to finish this week’s episode was that it was mostly done already, and Sharon helped me with the rest. I honestly don’t know when I’m going to be physically capable of the kind of manually dextrous editing that New Century requires, though I will keep everybody posted, and continue to put out a no frills version of School of Movies every week, as I have other people to help me with the basic editing for that. Unfortunately, the editing of New Century is far too complex a task to delegate even to the very supportive fans, including some cast members, who have offered to assist. I will continue being able to write the Princess Thieves, dictating to Sharon or using voice software. Whatever happens we will find a way to finish this story in audio form somehow, it will just take longer than I’d hoped. Meanwhile, if you want to know what YOU can do to help, the thing that will make me happiest would be for you to review the podcast and books on iTunes and Amazon, as they really need the appreciation and it would certainly speed up my recovery. You can also introduce your friends and families to the Princess Thieves, which definitely needs more love, and as you all well know it’s a great entry point to the New Century series. And hey, when they get up to this episode, there’s four other books to delve back into. http://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/web/5hx8e4/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_08.mp3Podcast: Play in new...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 07
Jul28

Princess Thieves: Episode 07

Gwendoline & Viola finally cross paths with Robin & Oberon… chaos ensues. A big thank you to D Morse, Chris Finik and Andrew Nattan for their reviews of New Century on iTunes and Secret Rooms on the Kindle store. They are now on the list, five weeks until the prize draw to get a character with your name. The cast for this episode were… Narrator 1 performed by Spencer Leeb Princess Gwendoline performed by Theo Leigh Robin performed by Alex Shaw Viola performed by Laureta Sela Oberon performed by Matt Wardle Watchman Jones performed by Matt Ramsey Watchman Smith performed by James Carter Latika performed by Maureen Foley Mortimer performed by Sharon Shaw The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound In the Hall of the Mountain King composed by Edvard Grieg for Henrik Ibsen’s play Peer Gynt re-orchestrated here by Kevin McLeod of Incompetech.com who also composed and performed Vadodora, Dirt Rhodes and Angevin Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio http://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/web/43gv2g/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_07.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 06
Jul21

Princess Thieves: Episode 06

Gwendoline escapes into London at long last and immediately gets into a fight. The cast for this episode were… Viola performed by Laureta Sela Princess Gwendoline performed by Theo Leigh Narrator 1 performed by Maureen Foley Robin performed by Alex Shaw Narrator 3 performed by Spencer Leeb Mortimer performed by Sharon Shaw Oberon performed by Matt Wardle The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy originally composed by Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky, re-orchestrated here by Kevin McLeod of Incompetech.com who also composed and performed Willow and the Light, Ossuary 5, Celtic Impulse, Perspectives, Archeide Cheide, and Angevin Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio http://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/web/r5pz3s/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_06.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Princess Thieves: Episode 05
Jul14

Princess Thieves: Episode 05

Someone is stalking the moonlit rooftops of London at night. The Black Shuck performed by James Batchelor Mortimer performed by Sharon Shaw Simon performed by Paul Davies Oberon performed by Matt Wardle Viola performed by Laureta Sela Captain Baltus performed by Spencer Leeb Princess Gwendoline performed by Theo Leigh Archduke Coriolanus and Robin performed by Alex Shaw Evans performed by Paschal Dooley Ajax performed by Alasdair Stuart Doctor Marcus performed by Matt Ramsey The Princess Thieves theme was Arrival by I, Sazonov of Shockwave-Sound Rapture and Welcome to Chaos composed and performed by Ross Bugden. Danse of Questionable Tuning, Moorland, Heavy Heart, Simon Says Don’t and Angevin composed and performed by Kevin McLeod of Incompetech.com Many soundscapes provided by Tabletop Audio James Batchelor hosts the Bond and Beyond podcast, Paul Davies hosts the Retro Asylum podcast and Alasdair Stuart’s does so many things it makes more sense to just follow him on Twitter @AlasdairStuart and use that as a hub. http://newcenturyshow.podbean.com/mf/web/4bxsmj/The_Princess_Thieves_-_Episode_05.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

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