We Fix Space Junk
A fiction podcast from Battle Bird Productions
Credits: Evan Gulock (Voice Actor), Graham Rowat (Voice Actor, Voice Actor), Jordan Cobb (Voice Actor), Michael J. Rigg (Voice Actor), Felix Trench (Voice Actor), Beth Crane (Voice Actor, Writer, Host, Voice Actor), Robin Ince (Voice Actor), Nazli Sarpkaya (Voice Actor, Voice Actor), Hedley Knights (Editor, Voice Actor, Producer), Rebecca Evans (Host, Voice Actor), Sarah Golding (Voice Actor), Sarah Rhea Werner (Voice Actor), Robin Howell (Language Consultant, Voice Actor), Layla Katib (Voice Actor), Vicki Baron (Voice Actor), Maddy Searle (Voice Actor), Tom Crowley (Voice Actor), Brice Stratford (Voice Actor), Sean Howard (Voice Actor), Jack Carmichael (Voice Actor), James Carney (Voice Actor), David Devereux (Voice Actor), Julia Schifini (Voice Actor), Alan Burgon (Voice Actor) (edit)
'We Fix Space Junk’ follows seasoned smuggler Kilner and reluctant fugitive Samantha as they travel the galaxy, dodging bullets and meeting strange and wonderful beings as they carry out odd jobs on the fringes of the law.
A female-led sci-fi comedy sitcom set in the far future, in a high-tech, dystopian world, We Fix Space Junk draws on the sci-fi of the past, following in the footsteps of Harry Harrison and of Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Equal parts love-letter to sci-fi and satire of the present-day, Space Junk is lovingly produced by Beth Crane and Hedley Knights of Battle Bird Productions.
To support the show visit patreon.com/BattleBirdProd or visit Battlebird.productions
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