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Imaginary Advice

Imaginary Advice

A miscellany of stories, written and presented by Ross Sutherland.


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Latest Episodes

Imaginary Advice returns for a brand new season, starting 1st February 2022.

a month ago

Imaginary Advice is going on a short break! The hiatus is probably going to last around six months, but after that, IA will be back, bigger and better than before. All Patreon payments are paused (I'll give plenty of notice before unpausing). You can... more

8 months ago

Ross Sutherland presents an audio adaptation of Joel Stickley's anti-writing manual, "100 Ways to Write Badly Well". Episode written by Joel Stickley. Produced by Ross Sutherland. Performed by Joel Stickley and Ross Sutherland with additional voice a... more

8 months ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 358 ratings
  • I love the twisted and gleeful imagination of Ross Sutherland.

    a month ago
  • Beautiful expressions of loneliness and the universe and all manner of things.

    Podcast Addict
    3 months ago
  • DELIGHTFUL ABSURDITIES SIR. I'm experiencing the level of intimacy described in the poem with this episode.

    4 months ago
  • Amazing

    I’m usually wary of fiction podcasts but this one consistently blows my mind.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago
  • Brilliant

    A truly creative, intelligent and funny podcast which doesn’t fall into the trap of taking itself too seriously

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom6 months ago

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