We’re really excited to be representing UK Audio Fiction at PodTales this year!
We Fix Space Junk by Battle Bird Productions
Two female repairmen travelling the universe, fixing things and trying not to get killed in the process.
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The Orphans by The Light and Tragic Company
The Orphans is an epic science fiction adventure about rebellion, robots and found family set in the distant future. It follows people fighting to survive in a dangerous world and, eventually, building a better one.
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The Prickwillow Papers by Snazzy Tapir Productions
Sylda is a half-elf college graduate – and is now stuck at home with her parents. But when she meets, Squirm, a grumpy fay who’s lost her powers, events take a much more interesting turn…
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The 12:37 by Alma Roda-Gil
From writer and producer Alma Roda-Gil, The 12:37 is a Sci-Fi audio drama. After she accidentally boards a time-travelling train, scientist Nora must find a way to return home — but not before she figures out what the train’s mysterious employees seem to be hiding from her.
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Diary of a Space Archivist by Geekygirl Productions
Diary of a Space Archivist – the one-woman show about… one woman, her only companion, a computerised artificial lifeform (CAL), and an odd little alien that just appears one day and is definitely sweet and not at all concerning…
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Escape Artists Inc by The Escape Artists Podcast Network
One Story, Told Well — the very best free weekly speculative short fiction.
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Wooden Overcoats by Wooden Overcoats Ltd
Rudyard Funn runs a funeral home in the village of Piffling Vale. It used to be the only one. It isn’t anymore.
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Victoriocity by Chris and Jen Sugden
Even Greater London, 1887. In this vast metropolis, Inspector Archibald Fleet and journalist Clara Entwhistle investigate a murder, only to find themselves at the centre of a conspiracy of impossible proportions.
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The Amelia Project by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager
The Amelia Project is a secret organisation offering a very special service: Faking its clients’ deaths! Its eccentric clientele includes cult leaders, criminals and politicians all desperate to disappear and start over… For how long can the secrecy last?
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Outliers – Stories from the edges of history
Historic Royal Palaces, in association with Rusty Quill, presents Outliers – a historic fiction podcast. Enjoy a selection of stories from award-winning contemporary writers as they reveal the people hiding in the shadows of real events at some of the greatest palaces ever built.
The Magnus Archives
One of the foremost centres of supernatural research, the Magnus Institute has appointed a new head archivist in Jonathan Sims. This award-nominated horror podcast follows his attempts to put the archives in some kind of order while new supernatural mysteries seems to arise every week…
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Strap in for a hectic ride of semi-improvised Sci-Fi hijinks as Trexel Geistman, Stellar Firma Ltd.’s worst planetary designer and David 7, his clone assistant, attempt to take listener submissions and craft them into the galaxy’s most desirable bespoke planets to satisfy the whims of the galactic riche.