The Black Mass Programme 4: Six Tales by Lord Dunsany

The Black Mass

Now at noon and 4pm Pacific!

Due to pop­u­lar demand we have added a broad­cast of The Black Mass at an ear­li­er time on Fri­days  — from now on, in addi­tion to 4pm Pacif­ic, there will be a broad­cast at noon Pacif­ic time too. This is in line with our oth­er spe­cial pro­gram­ming, which also goes out at noon and 4pm Pacific.

So… Join us on Fri­day at a lit­tle after 12 noon or 4pm Pacif­ic time (20:00 or mid­night Fri/Sat UTC), for anoth­er episode in the land­mark radio dra­ma series The Black Mass, cre­at­ed at the Paci­fi­ca radio sta­tion KPFA in Berke­ley, Cal­i­for­nia, over fifty years ago. In 30 chill­ing tales of mys­tery, imag­i­na­tion and the human mind, The Black Mass brings you some of literature’s most haunt­ing sto­ries, by mas­ters of the craft — many of whom are best-known in oth­er fields.

Today: Six Tales by Lord Dun­sany: Lob­ster Sal­ad, The Work­man, The Charm against Thirst, How the Ene­my Came to Thlun­rana, The Dream of King Kar­na-Vootra, Charon

Note that episodes will not start until the track play­ing at the top of the hour has fin­ished, so the actu­al start time of the episode will be a few min­utes after the hour.

The Black Mass art­work was cre­at­ed by Ter­ry Lightfoot.