Best Technothriller podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Listen to Ian Hocking's freely downloadable debut novel, Déjà Vu, an acclaimed technothriller with a science fiction edge. First published by the UKA Press ( in January 2005.
What if we had the technology to tap into a person’s central nervous system? What if we could see what they see; hear what they hear? What if we could do this without them having knowledge of our invasion? What if this technology fell into the hands of the wrong people? What kinds of evil things might they pursue with this ability? Dr. Michael Bowles is putting together a team of talented research scientists. His company, Biotech, is attempting to develop a new technology that will become th ...
Blood Culture
Explosive techno-thriller from Resonance 104.4FM. A’isha is just about holding down her job at the tech giant Meta before her old friend bursts in and accuses her boss of murder. She has to face up to what she has become, the lies that are woven in her past and the terrifying truth of what Meta are doing.
Traffic Jam Buster! Come to Brussels, a congestion-free city in 2022, but avoid the day of 'Roadworks', when Akila Kama, an African terrorist takes the city and many foreign heads of state hostage. His demands are simple, either the gre
Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families. Working under the government's shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all hav ...
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What is Richard doing in the campus? How can A'isha live with the truth? Will Saul ever work out how a mobile phone works? The final episode. It all ends here.
Huge reveals bursting into your earbuds on this one! Livi and Alan have to make a rapid escape, while A'isha and Saul are caught at Glastonbury.
A'isha's throat has been cut, Saul has rescued her, the case is safe and Livi is fighting in a ditch - the fourth episode of Blood Culture begins!
Livi deals with an intruder in her own inevitable way while A'isha dares to enter the mysterious MetaBeta labs.
Headphone listening essential! This one is intense and completely in your face... Enjoy!
Has Saul been captured by Ewan? Send Livi to the rescue - yeah... great idea!
Livi and A'isha are in a coffee shop toilet with a bag of blood and a furious Scotsman beating on the door, could things get any worse? They will...
Tragedy strikes A'isha's life for a second time and Livi decides now is the time for a break-in
Why are interns at Tech giant Meta dying? What is the company hiding?
Mickey receives a care package from home.
Gabe's mother makes contact and Dan makes plans for a rescue operation.
Ed steps back into Monica's life and Gabe's mother gets kidnapped.
Ed McCoskey meets his demise. Red engages in an intelligence gathering mission.
Strange events begin to take place at Biotech and the tick is put to the test.
Biotech regains its focus and Mickey reports aboard his submarine.
Dr. Bowles' annual trip to Yosemite National Park turns out a bit different this year.
The Biotech employees come together to form a team. Red fights terrorists in Afghanistan.
Red gets a second chance and the employees of Biotech become a team.
Biotech hires Jillian and Red attends SEAL team training.
Biotech attempts to recruit Jillian and we learn a bit more about Dr. Bowles.
Gabe escapes his navy commitment, Mickey and Red ship out for bootcamp, and we see our first strategy session of the Biotech staff.
Our college students begin receiving job offers. Dr. McCoskey takes his indiscretions to a whole new level.
We meet the rest of our gifted college students. Dr. Edward McCoskey shows his true colors as a womanizing scumbag.
Dr. Bowles is shocked to learn seven of his employees were found dead inside the Biotech lab. We are also introduced to a gifted college student named Monica.
Red recounts that horrific day last year. He and his best friend Mickey join the navy.
Margaret rushes Perry to the hospital in a desperate attempt to keep him alive. Dew lets Murray know that he's going to need backup & transport ASAP. He's heading for "the place."
Perry's had enough; he's not going to be used as a human incubator. He's a Dawsey, his father taught him discipline! Meanwhile, the government net continues to close in around him.
Perry witnesses the brutal horror of a hatching, well aware that it's his turn next. Dew gets to see the results of Perry's handiwork and gets a valuable clue as to the triangle's plan.
Margaret and company head to Perry's apartment and Dew reports to Murray on the situation there. Perry meets someone else who's been infected with the triangles.
Al Turner has had enough. Perry can talk to the police now. Perry finds out where "the place" is and that a hatching is imminent.
Bill Miller finally tracks down Perry Dawsey, and finds that his best friend has seen better days. Dew Phillips responds to Perry's internet plea for help, but can he get there before Perry takes off?
Margaret and Amos hypothesize about what "the arches" might be. Perry looks for help on the internet, and gets Murray Longworth involved. Most importantly, it turns out that Perry's triangles are not alone.
Al Turner, Perry's upstairs neighbor comes to pay him a visit. Bill Miller continues to try and reach Perry. Why can't everyone just mind their own damn business?!? Meanwhile, Perry's monologue becomes even more bizarre and erratic.
Bad things continue to happen within Perry's body, and his neighbor can't mind his own business. Margaret and her crew discover the artistic endeavors of another infection victim.
Margaret, Amos and Otto discover a new infected victim and this one isn't playing. Perry continues his intellectual debate with the Starting Five.
Perry's infection gets a mind and a voice of its own. Meanwhile, Dew finds the remains of Kiet Nguyen and his victims.
Perry heads for the hospital while Margaret has a showdown with the CDC. Perry goes under the knife.
Perry deals with the aftermath of his first home surgery. Dew reaches out to his daughter, trying to remember his motivation for doing what needs to be done. Margaret and Amos brace themselves for a sit-down with CIA Deputy Director Murray Longworth.
Margaret and Amos finish up with the dissolving remains of Martin Brewbaker. They also discover that Morgellons Disease has symptoms quite similar to what killed Brewbaker. As Perry Dawsey lies passed out on his bathroom floor, the parasites spread farther into his body.
Dew Phillips thinks back to the meeting that drew him into the hunt for the infected. That meeting took place with Murray Stapleton, the Deputy Director of CIA, and a man Dew fought with in Vietnam. Dew continues to hunt for a live victim and Perry Dawsey goes to war with his own body, where the results prove to be disastrous.…
Margaret and Amos continue their examination of Martin Brewbaker. They become vexed when they observe that the dead man is still growing. The infection is starting to impact Perry's concentration, his tolerance, and his ability to control that nasty violent streak of his.
Perry's body is changing faster than he can keep track of, and in ways that he can't see. Margaret and Amos identify parasitic structures growing deep in Martin Brewbaker's body, structures that indicate Perry's symptoms are a portent of disaster.
Perry Dawsey begins to feel the effects of the infection, although it's still too early to tell if he will wind up like Martin Brewbaker. Margaret Montoya contines to examine Brewbaker's rapidly decomposing corpse, and finds key clues that could finally shed some light on the disease that drives people to kill.…
CDC investigator Margaret Montoya gets down to business on the burned, shot, self-mutilated and infected corpse of Martin Brewbaker.
Perry's invaders start to analyze and modify his body, hijacking his normal biological processes to create something new, something evil. Knowing nothing of this internal battle, Perry heads to work where we meet his longtime friend Bill Miller. Dew Phillips deals with the aftermath of the disastrous fight with Martin Brewbaker, a fight in whic ...…
Perry Dawsey awakes with strange itchy spots on his skin. It's a minor annoyance, yet while he prepares for his Monday, the things under his skin prepare to grow.
Meet Alida Garcia and Martin Brewbaker. They are among the first to be infected, but their paths take them to very different places. You wouldn't want to be either of them...
-In this episode: Maria comes to Africa to find Hugh.
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