By Newgate Productions, May 1 2018 08:00AM

Uncork the scotch and make yourself a branded instant soup as we have exciting news: the second half of series three is on the way and we're teaming up with Definitely Human Productions to make it happen.

Definitely Human have been producing podcasts since 2014, first with The Bunker, a fictional breakfast radio show set in the post-apocalypse; then with Mars based sitcom MarsCorp, the first episode of which was picked by Wired as one of their podcasts of the week. They currently produce the role playing game horror series The Infinite Bad, so The Monster Hunters should be in perfect company. It feels like the perfect fit.’ says Matthew, who co-writes and plays Roy Steel. ‘I’ve had the pleasure of working on MarsCorp and other projects with them for the last four years and I think they’re the right people to be looking after Roy and Lorrimer. I’m really pleased to have the chance to bring the story we’ve been building up to over the last few episodes to its exciting and gruesome conclusion!’

In addition to brand new episodes there’ll be a chance to catch up with the story so far as The Monster Hunters’ back catalogue will also be available. There’s a full 24 episodes to enjoy, comprising the first two series', the first half of series 3 and a number of special Christmas and Halloween episodes. But there’s still something there for long term listeners as each episode will include bonus content going behind the scenes to explore the genesis of the Monster Hunters so whether you’re a new listener or old, you’re in for a fang-tastic time.

You can find out more about Definitely Human and their shows by visiting their website. If you want to support their work and help make more of shows a reality, you can subscribe to their Patreon.

By Newgate Productions, May 15 2014 09:24AM

The Monster Hunters are back, and ready for their most dangerous adventure yet!

Someone is targetting the world's monster hunters and their sights are set on Roy Steel and Lorrimer Chesterfield. To unmask the culprit and ensure they live to fight, drink and pun another day, our heroes must travel from the mean streets of London to the mysterious northern city of Leeds. But is a power capable of destroying all monster hunters just too much for them?

Written and directed by Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock. With Matthew Woodcock as Roy Steel, Peter Davis as Lorrimer Chesterfield and Silas, Laura Marshall as Karla, Sarah Whitehouse as The Lizard Girl, Simon Kane as Sir Maxwell House and Dan Starkey as Sir Princely Mothman and Lord Chislewood.

By Newgate Productions, Apr 7 2014 09:22AM

We're thrilled to announce that Dan Starkey will be joining us for our upcoming episode, Destroy All Monster Hunters!

Dan will be familiar to fans of Doctor Who as Strax, the Sontaran butler to Victorian adventuresses Madame Vastra and Jenny. He's also appeared in Wizards versus Aliens and The Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as working for Big Finish Productions. You might have also seen Dan as a visiting artist for The Fitzrovia Radio Hour.

Dan will be playing Sir Princely Mothman, a figure who will cross the path of Roy Steel and Lorrimer Chestefield as they investigate the deaths of the country's other top monster hunters. 'It was a huge pleasure to work with Dan,' said Peter Davis, otherwise known as Lorrimer Chesterfield. 'He's a nice guy and a great performer. His Sir Princely was brilliantly funny. He also chipped in with a voice for another character in the story and he was unrecognisable, even switching from one to the other in a scene!'

Destroy All Monster Hunters, our first adventure for 2014, will be available to stream and download soon.

Dan Starkey prepares us for Sir Princely. Simon Kane witnesses.
Dan Starkey prepares us for Sir Princely. Simon Kane witnesses.

By Newgate Productions, Sep 1 2013 04:32PM

WARNING: Not heard part one yet? Stop reading this and get yourself here then.

The Beast of Albion, Part Two, the final episode of series 2 of The Monster Hunters, is now available to stream or download.

The Beast of Albion is free and on its way to London. Roy, Lorrimer and Sir Maxwell are following via the medium of chopper. Meanwhile, at the top of the Post Office Tower, Colonel Dalby's plans are coming to a head and they all involve the arrival of something very large and very beasty.

Can our heroes prevent the world entering an age of terror, ruled over by one man and his beast? The Monster Hunters are about to face their greatest challenge yet. Things might never be the same again.

The Beast of Albion, Part Two is written and directed by Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock, with Matthew Woodcock as Roy Steel, Peter Davis as Lorrimer Chesterfield, Nick Lucas as Colonel Dalby, Laura Marshall as Miss Pleasance, Phil North as General Laidlaw and Simon Kane as Sir Maxwell House. Other parts played by members of the cast.

By Newgate Productions, Aug 1 2013 10:56AM

As the heady days of August descend upon us like a giant head, you'll be pleased to know that The Beast of Albion, Part One is now available to stream or download. It's the first part of our two-part series finale which is set to play havoc with the lives of Roy Steel and Lorrimer Chesterfield.

Roy and his mysterious girlfriend, Griselda Promogrew, are on another of their exotic holidays, this time to a small island off the coast of Northumberland. An island full of nuns guarding a terrible secret. Could The Monster Hunters' mission be at an end?

Meanwhile, Lorrimer and Sir Maxwell have discovered the truth about Griselda and must race against time to reach Roy Steel. But first they must make an important detour.

The Beast of Albion, Part One is written and directed by Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock. Starring Matthew Woodcock as Roy Steel, Peter Davis as Lorrimer Chesterfield, Sarah Whitehouse as Mother Superior, Katy Danbury as Sister Magenta, Sean Garratt as Captain Bates, Simon Kane as Sir Maxwell House, Nick Lucas as Colonel Dalby and Susy Kane as Griselda Promogrew.

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