The year: 1530. The Earth: Flat. The Captain: An idiot. In an effort to prove the new round earth theory wrong and maintain the status quo, Philip the Handsome, Lord of the Netherlands, sends his illegitimate son Polder Van Dijk on a journey to discover the edge of the Earth. With his loyal crew, and a hopeless misunderstanding of how carrier pigeons work, Polder navigates cannibals, a kraken, the Turkish armada, the french fleet, the halls of science, Dutch baked treats, and a giant angry quokka before finding himself face to face with a grim truth about himself and his world.
July Update with Boutros Aljadid
May Update with Jerome
Hennie Britton is having a short interview with Callyn Dorval about the roles she played in Season 1 and she can't wait to start Season 2
April 2020 Update with Polder
Hennie Britton Interviews Bill Newton about his roles in Season 1 and also the upcoming Season 2
March 2020 Update for Season 2
Peter New & Hennie Britton talking about the New upcoming Season 2 of Voyager of the Oeverwal
Episode 13: It Just Keeps Floating Away
It Just Keeps Floating Away
Polder and crew come face to face with eternity. Columbus finally runs out of luck, and the Oosterhout flat Earthers find themselves in hot water with the king.
Episode 12: The Pieter Van Den Hoogen Band
The Pieter Van Den Hoogen Band
Polder meets some mysterious minstrels on a a desolate continent. The Grand Turk discovers his secrets are not as well guarded as he'd previously imagined, and Stijn Smit chooses souvenier shopping over the pleasures os the Red Light District.
Really funny and absurd. Great cast of performers. Give it a listen!
Great work everyone. This is absurd. In the ways that absurd is amazing.
I just woke up out of a coma...
And this was the first thing I was recommended to listen to.
Not only is the Podcast really funny, it is well produced, and full of fun historical easter eggs. I can't wait to hear more from this podcast and the incredibly talented team behind it.
Big shout out to Dr. Helen Power for keeping me alive for the four and a half months I was in a coma so that I may have lived to hear this exceptionally fun and funny podcast.