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Best relativitypodcast podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best relativitypodcast podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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RELATIVITY is a science-fiction audio drama serial about two people -- a woman on Earth and a man in deep space -- struggling to remain connected, to help one another through life-and-death situations. Their only link across the vastness of space is the sound of each other's voices. Find out more at www.relativitypodcast.com!
 
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Some snooping into Captain Sidana's private diary leads to the discovery that the Konyechny central computer is now missing a file: a volume of poetry. And Dr. Mason is advised that he should get advice from someone whose sanity is very much in question...
 
Chris can't breathe in the Habitat despite being surrounded by trees and flowers. Marta thinks she is in Heaven. And Nadia urges a trespass onto sacred ground...
 
More bad news for Konyechny: one of the ship's vital systems is doomed to failure. Sophia's mother says she's found a new reason to live. And Chris and Sophia compare notes on their brief visit into one another's minds. Then something weird happens in the Habitat ... something very weird indeed.Fans of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" wil ...…
 
The series returns with Sophia and Chris trying to make sense of their brief but intense empathic connection. Marta sets up her new living space but avoids her daughter's questions. And Marcus is the bearer of bad news to Konyechny...
 
This time series creator Lee Shackleford interviews himself, telling about the origins of RELATIVITY. He also talks about what's coming next, and it's more than you might be expecting!
 
Recently we've interviewed so many creators of wonderful science-fiction podcasts, and that series could not be complete without a discussion with Sarah Rhea Werner, creator and star of the immensely popular GIRL IN SPACE. Enjoy this brief rendezvous of Konyechny and the Cavatica!
 
A free-wheeling interview with Mx. Clark and Mx. Clark, creators of the immensely popular sci-fi serial drama podcast TALES OF SAGE AND SAVANT. We talk about voice acting, gender bias, Mary Shelley, John Williams, and the Dies irae. Among other things.
 
You read that right. Lee and Alana, usually heard here as Chris and Sophia, chat here totally out of character. Unfiltered, uncensored, unencumbered.
 
Lee Shackleford talks with his brother from another mother, D.J. Sylvis, creator of the popular and passionate MOONBASE THETA, OUT. They talk about everything from work habits to Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
 
A short discussion with RUKLAND, major indie-podcast booster and moderator for the Podcast Junkie Discord server. Not sure what any of that means, or what it has to do with RELATIVITY? Listen and find out!
 
This time Lee talks with RELATIVITY co-stars Clarence "Marcus Dupree" Brown and Kyle "Raymond Miblin" Jones, who are also co-hosts with Lee on the TV-chat-podcast DISCUSSING WHO. Intriguing questions and bewildering answers abound!
 
Another intriguing interview, this time with Kaitie Radel, writer and co-creator of the witty and exciting TENDRIL: THE BANSHEE CHRONICLES.
 
The next season of our story is in pre-production so we're featuring some of the show's amazing fans, such as Ken Eckle, creator of the absurdly brilliant (and brilliantly absurd) "Podcast Reviews Reviews Podcast."
 
With the next season still in pre-production, we're featuring the show's fans who also make audio fiction -- and this time it's Shannon Perry, creator of OZ-9. Enjoy, space monkeys!
 
While the next season is in pre-production, we wanted to hear from fans about what they've enjoyed about the show so far. And we begin with fellow audio-drama podcaster David S. Dear, creator and voice of A NINTH WORLD JOURNAL. A fascinating conversation with a great guy!
 
Chris learns a lot of cold, hard facts. Sophia comes up with a brilliant theory. Marcus reveals the secret he's been keeping. And then something utterly inexplicable happens.
 
Sophia takes a break, builds a nest, and uncovers a secret. Meanwhile, Marcus learns the significance of a book entitled “Criteria of Desirable Traits for the First Generation of Humans Living on a World Other Than Earth.”
 
Marta tells her daughter the truth and Sophia tells her mother something she doesn't want to hear. Marcus stays where he is safe but his mind is trillions of miles away. And Chris gets a rare chance to do what he's trained to do.
 
As if a hurricane wasn't bad enough, Sophia discovers a new crisis, one which requires Dr. Mason's immediate help. Meanwhile, Prithvi pries into Marcus' personal life.
 
Chris goes somewhere horrifying, and Sophia goes somewhere dangerous ... and Marcus is sent home for his own safety.
 
Chris, Sophia, and Marcus hear the last recording made by Peter Miblin, and find it is full of surprises -- and horror.
 
Reason is powerful tool! And so, it turns out, is faith.
 
Marcus and Prithvi orchestrate a rude awakening while Sophia helps someone get to sleep. Nadia discovers something strange in the air and it smells like the handiwork of Peter Miblin.
 
Chris goes reluctantly into parts of the ship he's never been to before. Marcus takes the helm! And Sophia regrets some of her life choices.
 
The series returns with intriguing answers to many questions, and new questions arising from each revelation. Chris grapples with what he's seen in the freezer while the Mission Control people tackle a new challenge: getting Chris to where he wants to go.
 
Glimpses of what's to come -- and an overview of what's come before ...
 
The third in our series of revelations about "what happened before" ... events on the ship leading up to the fateful explosion in Episode 001.
 
The second in our series of revelations about what happened before Episode 001!
 
Priority access to restricted computer records.
 
Whither Season Four? Kyle Jones of Discussingnetwork.com interviews series creator Lee Shackleford. The big question: when do we get season four?
 
In the Season Three finale, you listen along with Mission Control as Dr. Mason approaches the hiding killer who's claimed the lives of everyone else on the ship.
 
Sophia's mother takes a surprising stand, Chris starts to figure things out, and Marcus learns how hard it is to keep Doctor Mason out of danger.
 
Sophia and her mother break multiple laws, and Chris has the worst nightmare of his life. But there are also moments of sublime natural beauty, touching loyalty, and above all: hope for the future.
 
The people who most need to be sleeping are wide awake. But after today, one of them may sleep for a long, long time...
 
Chris learns the bitter truth about his situation, and Sophia confronts one of her own.
 
Existential crises abound at Sophia's home and in the Habitat. Who's having a worse time right now: Sophia or Chris?
 
Sophia actually leaves Mission Control and goes home. Chris talks to a computer and is astonished by what he hears.
 
The robot toolkit performs a daring rescue, and Dr. Mason hears a new twist on his previous auditory experiences.
 
Sophia and Marcus try to make sense of what Sophia is sure she heard, while a new crisis arises for the still-spacewalking Dr. Mason!
 
The series returns at last with new intriguing developments!
 
A sneak preview of the upcoming season! Plus a personal thank-you from Alana and Lee.
 
A brief recapitulation of everything that's happened in episodes 001-020.
 
By sheer coincidence, the stars of our show end up in the same place at the same time, and recorded themselves being talking about the show, about superheroes, and about cheeseburgers (sort of).
 
As the physical distance between Chris and Sophia continues to widen at near-light speeds, the emotional distance narrows...
 
Chris inches his way along the hull of the ship, never dreaming of the surprise waiting for him when he reaches his destination...
 
The universe, it turns out, is very very big. And so are the decisions we make about the things that matter most to us.
 
He's got a plan! But will Sophia go for it? Is it even possible?And there's still the small problem of what Chris is seeing outside ...
 
The method for "resetting" the airlock has consequences for Dr. Mason, and Sophia defends the family secret she's been keeping to herself.
 
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