The Podcast

Jackson Elias

As well as being a place for us to write about the things that interest us, Blasphemous Tomes is also home to our podcast, The Good Friends of Jackson Elias. If you don’t know who Jackson Elias[1] is, don’t worry — he’s an amiable sort of chap and unlikely to take offence.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, subscribe on Android, use our local RSS feed, or stream or download individual episodes using the links at the bottom of this page.

The main subject of the podcast is Chaosium’s Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game, but we also talk about other games, horror films, stories and general inspiration. Each episode focuses on a single subject, and we largely stay on topic, despite our natural tendencies to digress. We try to keep the show short, partly because we don’t want to outstay our welcome, but mainly because we record in a shed in Paul’s garden and it can get cold out there[2].

Be warned: we swear a bit. Well, Scott swears a lot. He was born into a sweary family and learned bad lessons.

[1] Be warned that this link bears mild spoilers for the Masks of Nyarlathotep campaign for Call of Cthulhu.

[2] We no longer record in the shed, as Paul has moved house. We still record there in spirit, however. The cold forever chills our marrow and our souls.

The upside of the move is that our sound quality improved tremendously. You should notice a big difference from episode 40 onwards, and another starting with episode 71.

If you want to see what other people have had to say about the podcast, please take a look at our iTunes reviews page. If you like what you hear and fancy leaving a review of your own, that would make us very happy indeed!

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8 Responses to The Podcast

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  2. raildave says:

    The reason for my post today is because I was watching a new mini-Series on our History channel about the Great World Wars and what lead up to them. When lo and behold a very familiar background song came on at the point when they were talking about Black Monday, which lead to the Stock Market Crash in 1929, which was the start of The Great Depression. So to start the scene as I said a song started and at first I thought by accident up IPad came on playing an episode of The Good Friends of Jackson Elias..because Japanese Sandman was playing just as a Stock Broker opened up a window, got out on a ledge , and jumped. I thought…well…how appropriate.

  3. Nice! That song does get everywhere.

    A few days after Paul first chose it, I watched an episode of Ken Burns’ documentary series on jazz and the song popped up there as well. I’m sure I must have heard it before, but it was a good example of the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon.

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