Welcome to Diary of a Space Archivist...

the podcast about space, family and chocolate


Published on:

15th Oct 2019



Published on:

11th Sep 2019


The Lunar Express: Don't Say De-Commission

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Written and produced by Beccy Stirrup

This episode was recorded live at Rebel Base Media


  • Train Conductor: Beccy Stirrup;
  • Julian: Chris Ratcliff;
  • Donna: Izzy Hoedmaker;
  • Bertram: Chirs Whitehead.

Music by: Dvideoguy

Sound Effects (sourced via Freesound.org):


Published on:

25th Jun 2019


Diary of a Space Archivist: teaser trailer 01 for season two

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Season two is on its way. Promise. In the meantime enjoy this teaser trailer and check out the new voice aboard-ship, courtesy of the talented Helen Parsons!


Published on:

21st May 2019


Diary of a Space Archivist is coming to MCM ComicCon #MCMComicCasts

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Diary of a Space Archivist is coming to London-town with 11 other great shows. Find us at MCMComicCon ST9 - and have a listen to this trailer for all of these great shows!

Episode 6

Published on:

24th Sep 2018


Diary of a Space Archivist season one: episode 06

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What will happen to Sam, CAL and Puck in this, the last episode of season one?
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About the Podcast

Diary of a Space Archivist
A light-hearted podcast about friendship, chocolate and space...
Sam archives space. Yep. It's pretty boring... until she finds an alien-bat-thing hiding inside her robot companion. How will she keep the cute, and definitely not terrifying, creature safe from the very corporation that employs her? After all, she's just an archivist.
Don't worry, everything will be fine...
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About your host

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Beccy Stirrup

I'm Beccy and I make 'Diary of a Space Archivist', and the-soon-to-be-launched, 'Story Trails'.

I genuinely love writing and making stuff. I have worked for over a decade in Higher Education and actually began making my podcast because I wanted to help students navigate Audacity. I soon fell in love with the medium and that, as they say, was that.

Now I work for myself as a freelance writer / performer and education consultant, and I get to make my podcasts - which I hope you enjoy.