34 minutes | Feb 1, 2021

#6 - SAFETY, COMMUNITY, AND HOPE

The Last Station, a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, SAFETY, COMMUNITY, AND HOPE, was written by Jorge Molina, who can be found on Instagram @colormejorge, directed by Tyler-Marie Walker, who can be found on Instagram @TYMAW, and executive produced by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords.If you enjoyed it, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to KingdomofPavement.com/TheLastStation for links that will help you find us on Patreon, check out our store, and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Jake is voiced by Keanu Ross-Cabrera, who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanu. Dustin is voiced by Daniel Rashid, who can be found on Instagram @danielrashid. Tala is voiced by Bex Finch, who can be found on Instagram @itsbexfinch. The woman is voiced by Sarah High, who can be found on Instagram @srahhigh. The Shelter Marauder is voiced by Matt Keibler, who can be found on Instagram @mattkeibler. This episode was sound designed and mixed by Mia Glenn-Schuster, who can be found on Instagram as @mglennsound. Original music and compositions by Suds including the song "Reparations." You can find Suds on IG at: @sudsmusicGraphics for The Last Station were designed by Arim Han who can be found on Instagram @arimofacup. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our assistant Michelle Lin and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: amy@kingdomofpavement.com with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
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