Hallowe’en on BBC Radio Kent

Our Special Hallowe’en Feature for BBC Radio Kent will be floating through the airwaves today at 6.45pm.

Join local ghost expert John Hippisley (Ghost Hunter, writer, investigator of Paranormal experiences) as he leads Richard Dadd and Dan Fryer through the ancient back streets of Faversham, recounting stories to quicken the pulse and curdle the blood.

John Hippisley is our ethereal guide

The Special is expected to broadcast at 6.45pm on Dominic King’s show.

Missed it? Never mind, listen below…

Thanks to John Hippisley, whose Canterbury Ghost Tour is conducted twice weekly; information on this, and his book ‘Haunted Canterbury’ can be found at his official website.

Also – Our sincere gratitude to Mr Tom German Esq. for his atmospheric violin playing; thus ensuring that “Rustic Knives” have finally made it onto the airwaves, albeit in a somewhat unexpected form!


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  1. Just listened to the feature and loved it – well done! Also particularly enjoyed Dom’s choice of song afterwards. 😀

  2. Rich Dad's rich dad

    Another highly polished presentation as usual!

  3. I’ve just listened to this for the second time, and squeezed even more enjoyment from it.

    Your biggest fan

  4. Tom Mathias

    I really enjoyed this one, the cut at the end was excellent; “There’s real evil out there.”

    Did you witness anything supernatural during production?

  5. Richard Dadd *

    Er, well, the only evidence of invisible life forms that we experienced during the recording of this feature, was that one unfriendly pub landlord outside Faversham seemed incapable of either seeing or hearing me at an otherwise empty bar.

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