Our hosts creates a “self-help tape” that will in time inspire him to talk more naturally with neighbors. A repetitive monologue about burgers and newspapers descends into hysterics.
An incident in a library in which a stalker is forced to confront the boyfriend of his stalkee and ends with him throwing books at the object of his affection. First broadcast on the 7th July 2004.
- A stalker observes the female object of his lust in a university library leading to conflict and self loathing. An unprovoked attack against the girl’s boyfriend lead to an escalation of violence.
- An untitled melody that sounds like it was performed on guitar and bicycle spokes.
- An untitled track that features moaning and buzzy-sounding percussion.
- A hypnotic yet distressing electronic melody.
This episode begins with an exciting yet depressing techno number about alienation, arrest and imprisonment. Our host bakes and eats a pie containing miscellaneous prescription drugs. First broadcast on September 14th 2005.
An experiment into the power of offensive words. Our host shouts insults at complete strangers in order to observe their response. This episode was first broadcast on the 20th of April 2005.
- Introduction, the sounds of a CD
- Insult Experiment
A show all about supermarkets, and how they are spoilt by the human element. It features songs about being penniless in Tescos, and the shopper’s favourite: The Biddy Lady.
A half-hour long dirge about the end of life, suicide and depression.
The host of Epistaxis time presents a horrifying example of bad science; Reverse charges is a thrilling scientific experiment, and a bizzare work of performace art; Potentially our host’s very final work.
Our host’s head is suspended beneath a deadly contraption comprising a brick which will drop the instant a modified phone rings. Perhaps the most suspenseful episode of Epistaxis ever broadcast. Once again, Professor Finkelton proves that he is willing to die for your un-tertainment.
Yet another scientific / musical experiement decends into rubbish and paranoia. Our host investigates the accoustic properties of stolen Lamp-Post Doors when suspended by twine. This show includes lamp-post door compositions and a visit from the Jehova’s Witnesses. First broadcast on July 14th 2004.