1.3 Revolutions in the Air
Release Date: 04/17/2019
Here's an extract from our Special Festive bonus episode, made as a reward for our generous supporters who have helped us to make more Oblivity in 2020.info_outline Season two update: You did it!
Oblivity will return for a second season in 2020, thanks to all our incredible backers!info_outline Missives to Mars: 4. Howell Lowell
“Maybe I’ll just be in this base forever."info_outline Missives to Mars: 3. Aloysius Burney
“I have also observed a light sweat on my palms."info_outline Missives to Mars: 2. Joy Christy
“The days are blurring a bit."info_outline Missives to Mars: 1. Mildred Falconer
"And yes there was a reason I had burnt him out the photo, and you know that, and it’s not fair to ask, OK?"info_outline 1.6 Falconer the Fearless
Falconer undergoes a screening to determine if she is ready to return to service.info_outline 1.5 Dark Matter
When Orpheus experiences a power cut due to apparent sabotage, not a single member of the crew could possibly be the culprit.info_outline 1.4 Friends and Nemeses
Falconer proposes a visit to another research base purely to help Burney meet an associate - and certainly not to settle a score with her old rival.info_outline 1.3 Revolutions in the Air
When an explorer drops in, smitten Christy has to make a choice. Meanwhile, the team enjoy a quiet evening in with a board game.info_outline
When an explorer drops in, smitten Christy has to make a choice. Meanwhile, the team enjoy a quiet evening in with a board game.
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103: Revolutions in the Air
Commander Falconer - Cate Nunn
First Officer Christy - Hannah Wilmshurst
Officer Burney - Max Windich
Officer Lowell - Ashley Hunt
Orpheus - Guy Grimsley
Amelia Bell - Justine Malone
Created by Rob Stringer
Sound by Joe Carr
Music by Tom Ashton
This episode contains sound/imagery of warfare and weaponry, violence, and animal cruelty. Listener discretion is advised.