OUT NOW — SERIES 8

In July 2018, a resident of Hornet Heaven gets a tattoo. But it’s a terrible choice. Will he be stuck with it for eternity? Episode 1 of Series 8 is available now. Episodes 2, 3 and 4 will be out on October 23rd, October 30th and November 6th. You can listen on your smartphone or […]

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All about Hornet Heaven

HORNET HEAVEN is a narrated comedy drama about supporting a football club for life — and beyond. The series is set in a fictional afterlife paradise reserved exclusively for fans of Watford Football Club. In Hornet Heaven, fans can carry on watching Watford for the rest of eternity. Each episode uses real events and real characters — from 2018 all the way […]

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Hornet Heaven t-shirts

We’ve teamed up with Gold & Black t-shirts to produce some very decent quality Hornet Heaven t-shirts in range of designs and colours. We like the t-shirts very much. But we would. See what you think of our collection on the Gold & Black site here.

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An Evening In Hornet Heaven

On 28th September 2017, we held a unique event. Watford Football Club let us perform an episode of our Hornet Heaven podcast inside Vicarage Road stadium. Our stories are a mix of fact and fantasy about being a Watford fan for the rest of eternity, and our original thought was that it would be a […]

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How to listen to Hornet Heaven

Every episode of Hornet Heaven is free for eternity. You can listen on your smartphone or computer via apps/sites such as iTunes, Audioboom,  Deezer, Stitcher, PlayerFM, and acast. You can also listen on Spotify. Alternatively, you can listen right here by clicking here. You even have the option of downloading the episodes as mp3s here. RSS FEED Here’s the […]

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As recommended by the Guardian

Blimey. We’re one of the Guardian’s recommended podcasts this week. They’ve given Hornet Heaven a lovely review on their site here. And The Sunday Times have described us ‘fresh and innovative’. What with this and the British Podcasts Awards nomination, we’re starting to think that it’s not just Watford fans who have good taste in podcasts.

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