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We're Alive
We're Alive
The survival continues… with “We're Alive: Descendants”
Listen to the entire epic series, which follows Survivors in Los Angeles after the world has been turned upside down.  It begins with “A Story of Survival” which spans from Chapters 1-48. Our survivors band together, fortify a safe haven known as the Tower, and discover that the Infected are far from the biggest threat they will have to face. The adventure continues with two mini-series: “Lockdown” - A small group of inmates and prison guards are trapped in the T-block at Twin Towers Jail. They are forced to work together and find a way to escape while the rest of the world ends around them. “Goldrush” - Set 17 years after the main events of “A Story of Survival”, this is a recollection story that describes the efforts of the four Soldiers as they attempt a side mission to retrieve a suspected stash of gold bullion. Our newest season is “We’re Alive: Descendants”: The story of survival continues; the fight is not over. 18 years after the Outbreak, the world is starting to re-organize and rebuild, but many different forms of humanity are still struggling to survive in the aftermath. Nicholas Tink grew up in the shadow of his father- the late, great, Saul Tink. Little does he know that deep in the places where infected dwell, another descendant lies waiting.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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We're Alive
Aphotic Zone
Aphotic Zone
Aphotic Zone is an acclaimed science-fiction/thriller/action-packed audio blockbuster, throwing a light on the silent pollution of the Abyss.
SYNOPSIS A guard based on a military outpost of a border. Some gunshots. Screams. An unexpected incident. Which will have us follow a scientist (Paul), a female-sergeant (Elena) and her soldiers, on the tracks of a mysterious species, unlike any other. With only audio recordings of what has happened. Leading us straight to the aphotic zone of the oceans... the depths at which light does not enter.
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Aphotic Zone
Pod To Pluto
Pod To Pluto
A scifi comedy audiodrama about a space engineer and a sarcastic AI on a 4 billion mile trip to Pluto to go turn off a lightbulb
Space. The final job before I quit. These are the voyages of 'UK Space Agency Engineering Pod Number 46'. My five-year mission: to explore the ten square metres I’m trapped inside, seek out Pluto and boldly go switch off a lightbulb. If it's still on... Welcome to our new scifi comedy audiodrama ‘Pod To Pluto’ and say hello to ‘Jemima Belafonte’ and her ‘Pod’ computer. As they try and keep each other company during a very long 4.6 billion mile trip to Pluto. Written by Peter Richard Adams. Starring Laura England and Wayne Russell.
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Pod To Pluto
Homecoming
Homecoming
A new psychological thriller from Gimlet Media, starring Catherine Keener, Oscar Isaac, and David Schwimmer.
Now a Prime Original TV series. From Gimlet, Homecoming centers on a caseworker at an experimental facility, her ambitious supervisor, and a soldier eager to rejoin civilian life — presented in an enigmatic collage of telephone calls, therapy sessions, and overheard conversations. Starring Catherine Keener, Oscar Isaac, David Schwimmer, David Cross, Amy Sedaris, Michael Cera, Mercedes Ruehl, Alia Shawkat, Chris Gethard, and Spike Jonze.
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Homecoming
Audio Drama for Pessimists
Audio Drama for Pessimists
Another Day Closer to the Grave
It's another day closer to the grave, so pull up a stool and grab yourself a half-empty pint of bitter audio drama with a disappointing finish. Actually, there's no real point. Everyone always dies at the end. Go and listen to something else instead. One of those "entrepreneur" shows or something...
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Audio Drama for Pessimists
Le Syndicat des Robots
Le Syndicat des Robots
Le syndicat des robots est un docu-fiction futuri…
Le syndicat des robots est un docu-fiction futuriste en 5 épisodes. D'après une idée originale de Marc Wathieu. Ecriture et réalisation : Maxime Wathieu & Patrick Michel. Prises de son, musique, mixage : Maxime Wathieu. Mise en scène : Patrick Michel.
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Le Syndicat des Robots