The Tales of Sage and Savant - Steampunk/Science Fiction Audio Drama
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A Steampunk Audio Drama: A laboratory accident sends Dr Sage and Professor Savant’s minds through space and time to reanimate dead bodies. Join them as they explore past, present and future.
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Episode 207: Of Trainwrecks and Heartaches - The Tales of Sage and Savant - Steampunk/Science Fiction Audio Drama
On December 28, 1879, the Tay Railroad Bridge extending from Wormit to Dundee collapsed whilst a train was crossing, killing all on board. This may not sound like an ideal place to find love, but it is where Dr Sage and Professor Savant find themselves on their latest adventure. Can Sage and Savant find a way to change history, can they transform their fate and forge a bridge to a new future?
Eddie Louise as Dr Sage
Chip Michael as Professor Savant
Justin Bremer as the Narrator
Emily Riley Piatt as Abigail Entwhistle
Written by Eddie Louise
Theme music by Unwoman
Sound Design by Chip Michael
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Nov 30, 2017
Nov 1, 2017
Rated 5 out of
Really enjoyed the adventure
What a charming adventure, very unique - and yet with the feel of old radio dramas. Well done!
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 5 out of
episode 208 - Wow, what a strong show
It is nice that you took on Women's history and the 1st Women's Rights Conference -but that you also dealt with the abuse women faced as a regular part of their life was bold. Well done.
Date published: 2018-03-03