Name of Podcast: Le cacao qui tue
What topics are covered: This podcast tells a story and it is funny.
Why is it good to listen to? The participants use familiar language, and have a very rhythmic cadence. Since it is an audio story, the voices are important, and they are very stereotyped. We can hear many sounds, and some accents.
You can subscribe or listen to the podcast by finding “Cacao qui tue” on iTunes, or through http://www.lecacaoquitue.fr/
How often are the podcasts updated? This podcast is no longer updated anymore since the story is over.
Length of each podcast: Each episode is between 15 and 25 minutes long.
Le cacao qui tue is a podcast broadcast online. It is a web radio series created by Sébastien Claud, screenwriter and Helen Martin, engineer. It is a sound series, inspired by a popular soap opera broadcast on the internet only. The aim is to tell a story; here the story of a young chemist specialized in chocolate that flows into a scavenger hunt in search of the famous cocoa that kills. The image is created with the sound so the listener thinks he is with the pirate on the sea and that he accompanies the heroes wherever they go.
On the website, there are many illustrations of this web series. The podcasts are also available. The purpose of this podcast is to reconnect with the evocative power of sound and to create a distance from the image.
Summary: This podcast is interesting for people who like story telling.