The BBC has produced a 10-part adaptation of Lovecraft’s The Case of Charles Dexter Ward. It’s set in the modern day and presented in the frame of a kind of Serial-style podcast investigating the weird disappearance of the title character. It’s not just the time frame that diverts from the original–they invent some additional layers of plot that I found very effective. If you know the story, you’ll know the core supernatural conceit, but you won’t know everything that is discovered.
Anyway, I listened to the whole thing and overall found it really well-done. Some voice actors are better than others. They don’t entirely stick the landing, but it’s still a satisfying ending. And some moments really make you forget what you’re listening to is fiction.