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Spark - True Stories Live

By Spark Enterprises

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Connecting people through true stories. Listen to stories taken from Spark's storytelling nights across the UK, incorporating our regular nights in London, Preston, Bristol, collaborations and specials. Like what you hear? Come to an event for the full experience - full details at Now in its eighth year, the Spark - True Stories Live podcast is currently produced by Elle Scott for, with the ongoing support of Joanna Yates, Dave Pickering, Charley Harrison and dozens of volunteers.

Customer Reviews

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Doesn't Measure Up

I’m a fan of other storytelling podcasts (The Moth, Risk, etc.) but the quality of the stories presented by “Spark” just doesn’t measure up. I expect in any live storytelling venue there are bound to be hits and misses, and maybe a lot more misses than hits, but for a podcast one would expect the producers to feature the cream of the crop. With Spark, it seems as if the producers pull stories at random. The storytellers generally suffer from poor presentation skills and and their stories generally lack a point: lots of rambling, lots of nervous laughter, lots of dead-end tangents. That the stories are told in London is a minor plus, and there tend to be lots of stories with an international setting. But if you are a fan of The Moth, you are likely to be disappointed with this podcast.

Real people, lovely accents

I'm in the US, so everyone sounds like they have a beautiful accent to me. If you're from the UK, these folks won't sound remarkable to you, but to me it's worth a listen just for he great voices.
Stories are excellent, too.