A Short History Of Vampires

Episodes

EpisodeTitleFirst
Broadcast
RepeatedComments
01Dracula's Guest20110213 (BBC7)
20151221 (BBC7)
20151222 (BBC7)
By Bram Stoker. The Count looks out for a curious Englishman. Read by Dan Stevens.

By Bram Stoker. Natalie Haynes introduces a series of tales of the undead. The Count looks out for a curious Englishman. Read by Dan Stevens.

01Dracula's Guest - Bram Stoker2011021320110214
20110214 (BBC7)
20111009 (BBC7)
20111010 (BBC7)
20121029 (BBC7)
20121030 (BBC7)
20130424 (BBC7)
20130425 (BBC7)
20131215 (BBC7)
20131216 (BBC7)
20151221 (BBC7)
20151222 (BBC7)
20190305 (BBC7)
20190306 (BBC7)

Natalie Haynes introduces a tale with the greatest vampire of all.

The vampire genre in all its dark glory. Natalie Haynes introduces a tale with the greatest vampire of all. Read by Dan Stevens.

By Bram Stoker. The Count looks out for a curious Englishman. Read by Dan Stevens.

By Bram Stoker. Natalie Haynes introduces a series of tales of the undead. The Count looks out for a curious Englishman. Read by Dan Stevens.

In Bram Stoker's tale, Count Dracula looks out for a curious Englishman.

The ultimate killing machines. Natalie Haynes introduces a four-part series of dark stories, as she examines why the vampire - an iconic figure in horror-fiction - continues to exert such a powerful hold on our imaginations...

Producer: Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC Radio 7 and first broadcast in 2011.

01Dracula's Guest By Bram Stoker2011021320201027 (BBC7)
20201028 (BBC7)
The ultimate killing machines.

Natalie Haynes introduces a four-part series of dark stories, as she examines why the vampire - an iconic figure in horror-fiction - continues to exert such a powerful hold on our imaginations...

Dan Stevens reads Bram Stoker's tale: Count Dracula looks out for a curious Englishman.

Producer: Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC Radio 7 and first broadcast in February 2011.

The Count looks out for a curious Englishman. Read by Dan Stevens.

The vampire genre in all its dark glory

02Hero Dust2011022020151222 (BBC7)
20151223 (BBC7)

By Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Natalie Haynes introduces another tale of the undead. A slayer is searching for his successor. Read by David Horovitch.

By Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Another tale of the undead. A slayer searches for his successor

02Hero Dust - Kristine Kathryn Rusch2011022020110221
20110221 (BBC7)
20111016 (BBC7)
20111017 (BBC7)
20121030 (BBC7)
20121031 (BBC7)
20130425 (BBC7)
20130426 (BBC7)
20131222 (BBC7)
20131223 (BBC7)
20151222 (BBC7)
20151223 (BBC7)
20190306 (BBC7)
20190307 (BBC7)

Natalie Haynes introduces another vampire tale, featuring their arch-nemesis - the slayer.

Natalie Haynes introduces another tale about vampires featuring their arch-nemesis - the slayer. Read by David Horovitch.

Natalie Haynes introduces another tale about vampires featuring their arch-nemesis - the slayer.

Read by David Horovitch.

episode-b00yqqs8.jpg

By Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Natalie Haynes introduces another tale of the undead. A slayer is searching for his successor. Read by David Horovitch.

By Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Another tale of the undead. A slayer searches for his successor

By Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Natalie Haynes introduces another tale about vampires featuring their arch-nemesis - the slayer. Read by David Horovitch.

By Kristine Kathryn Rusch. A slayer is searching for his successor. David Horovitch reads.

In Kristine Kathryn Rusch's tale, vampire slayer Bram is getting old and tired so starts the search for his successor.

The ultimate killing machines. Natalie Haynes introduces a four-part series of dark stories, as she examines why the vampire - an iconic figure in horror-fiction - continues to exert such a powerful hold on our imaginations...

Producer: Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC Radio 7 and first broadcast in 2011.

A slayer searches for his successor.

The vampire genre in all its dark glory

02Hero Dust By Kristine Kathryn Rusch2011022020201028 (BBC7)
20201029 (BBC7)
The ultimate killing machines.

Natalie Haynes introduces another dark story, as she examines why the vampire - an iconic figure in horror-fiction - continues to exert such a powerful hold on our imaginations...

David Horovitch reads Kristine Kathryn Rusch's tale: Vampire slayer Bram is getting old and tired so starts the search for his successor.

Producer: Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC Radio 7 and first broadcast in February 2011.

Another tale of the undead. A slayer searches for his successor

The vampire genre in all its dark glory

03Israbel2011022720151223 (BBC7)
20151224 (BBC7)
By Tanith Lee. The tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter.

By Tanith Lee. Natalie Haynes introduces the tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter. Read by Mark Bonnar and Claire Harry.

03Israbel - Tanith Lee2011022720110228
20110228 (BBC7)
20111023 (BBC7)
20111024 (BBC7)
20121031 (BBC7)
20121101 (BBC7)
20130426 (BBC7)
20130427 (BBC7)
20131229 (BBC7)
20131230 (BBC7)
20151223 (BBC7)
20151224 (BBC7)
20190307 (BBC7)
20190308 (BBC7)

Natalie Haynes introduces the tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter.

Natalie Haynes introduces the tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter. Read by Mark Bonnar and Claire Harry.

Read by Mark Bonnar and Claire Harry.

By Tanith Lee. The tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter.

By Tanith Lee. Natalie Haynes introduces the tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter. Read by Mark Bonnar and Claire Harry.

In Tanith Lee's tale, a beautiful vampire hires an artist to paint her portrait, but then he develops a dangerous obsession...

The ultimate killing machines. Natalie Haynes introduces a four-part series of dark stories, as she examines why the vampire - an iconic figure in horror-fiction - continues to exert such a powerful hold on our imaginations...

Producer: Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC Radio 7 and first broadcast in 2011.

The vampire genre in all its dark glory

03Israbel By Tanith Lee2011022720201029 (BBC7)
20201030 (BBC7)
The ultimate killing machines. Natalie Haynes introduces a four-part series of dark stories, as she examines why the vampire - an iconic figure in horror-fiction - continues to exert such a powerful hold on our imaginations...

Mark Bonnar and Claire Harry read Tanith Lee's tale: A beautiful vampire hires an artist to paint her portrait, but then he develops a dangerous obsession...

Producer: Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC Radio 7 and first broadcast in February 2011.

The tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter.

The vampire genre in all its dark glory

04Quid Pro Quo2011030620151224 (BBC7)
20151225 (BBC7)
By Tanya Huff. Deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger.

By Tanya Huff. Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger. Read by Genevieve Adam.

04Quid Pro Quo By Tanya Huff2011030620201030 (BBC7)
20201031 (BBC7)
The ultimate killing machines. Natalie Haynes introduces the last in a series of dark stories, as she examines why the vampire - an iconic figure in horror-fiction - continues to exert such a powerful hold on our imaginations...

Genevieve Adam reads Tanya Huff's deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger.

Producer: Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC Radio 7 and first broadcast in March 2011.

Deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger.

The vampire genre in all its dark glory

04 LASTQuid Pro Quo - Tanya Huff2011030620110307
20111030 (BBC7)
20111031 (BBC7)
20121101 (BBC7)
20121102 (BBC7)
20130429 (BBC7)
20130430 (BBC7)
20140105 (BBC7)
20140106 (BBC7)
20110307 (BBC7)
20151224 (BBC7)
20151225 (BBC7)
20190308 (BBC7)
20190309 (BBC7)
Natalie Haynes introduces the tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue her human lover

Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue her human lover. Read by Genevieve Adam.

Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue a human lover.

Natalie Haynes introduces the tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue a human lover.

By Tanya Huff. Deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger.

By Tanya Huff.Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger. Read by Genevieve Adam.

Natalie Haynes introduces the tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue her human lover

Natalie Haynes introduces the tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue a human lover.

Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue her human lover. Read by Genevieve Adam.

Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue a human lover. Read by Genevieve Adam.

Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue her human lover.

Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of a vampire's battle of wits to rescue a human lover.

By Tanya Huff. Deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger.

By Tanya Huff. Natalie Haynes introduces a deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger. Read by Genevieve Adam.

Tanya Huff's deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger.

The ultimate killing machines. Natalie Haynes introduces a four-part series of dark stories, as she examines why the vampire - an iconic figure in horror-fiction - continues to exert such a powerful hold on our imaginations...

Producer: Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC Radio 7 and first broadcast in 2011.

The vampire genre in all its dark glory