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Children of the Stones

BBC Radio 4
FictionDrama

The Stones are calling you. Do you feel the shiver? more

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Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars from 234 ratings
  • Unfortunately, I had to drop this podcast half way. The production quality was good, as well as the voice actors, but the writing was so bland I was bored listening. All the episodes are short as well so the pacing was terrible. Everytime I thought the plot would finally start to pick up the episode would end, and come the next episode it was just a slow crawl where it felt like nothing happened. I thought 'that's kinda weird I guess' and that was it, no real hook to discover the mystery.

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    apocrypha
    5 months ago
  • Creepy podcast

    This podcast was very well done. I couldn’t stop listening! I wasn’t aware that this was a remake of the 1977 children’s series. Will need to watch the original next!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Rea29
    Canada6 months ago
  • Well done

    Good podcast. Great voice acting

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Jenn187
    Canada10 months ago
  • Might have been decent if our gender-swapped protagonist was in anyway likeable. Instead we're stuck with this miserable, obnoxious child who treats everyone like crap. If any of the other characters had any depth this might be ok, but there's little characterisation outside Mea. The editing and pacing are also really off making the majority of the plot and relationships a confusing mess. more

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    Bodcast
    a year ago
  • Disjointed

    Good story if you can find it - lots of disjointed scenes, music/sound effect interludes that go on too long. Needs to be tightened up for a listening audience.

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    Wren1961
    United Statesa year ago

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