43 episodes

A blind woman has a premonition of an assassination, but can’t remember the details of her own life! How are the two connected, just who is Jayne? A full-cast serial audio drama.

Tabula Rasa audio drama Pendant Productions

    • Fiction
    • 4.3 • 24 Ratings

A blind woman has a premonition of an assassination, but can’t remember the details of her own life! How are the two connected, just who is Jayne? A full-cast serial audio drama.

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    Tabula Rasa 2x10 - Somebody Turns Up

    Tabula Rasa 2x10 - Somebody Turns Up

    Liza's revelation leads Saanvi to break a silence of her own, Rafael's run in with Keith and Psycho goes even further south, and Cromwell sets the agenda!
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    Tabula Rasa 2x10 commentary

    Tabula Rasa 2x10 commentary

    Writer Jack Calk and director Anna Rodriguez with live commentary on Tabula Rasa 2x10.

    Tabula Rasa 2x09 - A Word, and Then Some

    Tabula Rasa 2x09 - A Word, and Then Some

    Vows of silence are taken and swiftly broken as Jayne goes to Clarke for advice, Lakisha goes to Liza with Rafael's secret, and Danica finally gives Gatz some answers!
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    Tabula Rasa 2x09 commentary

    Tabula Rasa 2x09 commentary

    Writer Jack Calk and director Anna Rodriguez with live commentary on Tabula Rasa 2x09.

    Tabula Rasa 2x08 - To Rid the Curse

    Tabula Rasa 2x08 - To Rid the Curse

    In the aftermath of Ganymede's appearance, tensions run high as Jayne and Keith make new friends!
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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

moppet_mi ,

Decent, but oddly dull

Only got through 8 full episodes so far (NOT the commentary, which ideally should be resequenced so it doesn’t play automatically before each episode). It’s simply not holding my attention.

Overall it’s better than most ensemble cast drama/fiction podcasts, but the police stuff’s not accurate, and the voices don’t meld well. I’m left not caring about any of the characters.

Also, is the TV show ‘Blindspot’ based on this podcast story?! They have remarkably similar premises, and this seems to proceed that show...
(haven’t watched it, so could be wrong)

~ Violet ~ ,

Incomplete?

There’s a blind character who has to endure all her scene mates making silly comments every time they use sighted phrases like “see you later.” That gets old real quick. And she has superpowers (though that’s kind of explained away in S2). So even though there is some cool disability rep, it’s spoiled by silly stuff. This mystery audio Drama is a lot like the TV show Blindspot — not sure which one came first. There are some interesting characters, but then their identity and motivations get so muddled. It’s hard to track multiple names for each character as they move into flashbacks and whatnot, not always with any framework to let audience know when scenes occur. And all the characters sound substantially the same when they’re making dying noises ... but then seem to reappear. Maybe? Who knows ... my brain just checks out. There’s an international terrorist ring, but their goals are unclear and most of their known actions are kind of petty and unsuccessful, yet they remain a major threat to our totally unimportant protagonists. That really needed more development. Meanwhile the police side of the plot is more about silly crushes and unbelievable personal issues that pop up for plot conveniences. The plot is just all so muddled. As are the sound design choices. Some voices seem to disappear entirely into some kind of digital compression? And then it’s really hard to tell characters apart during death gurgles. Which is a shame because some of the acting is really solid! Except for some of the “bad guys” who are just cartoonish and hollow. And the soundscape is pretty complete, so it’s sad some of it is unbalanced enough to be impossible to parse. And then it just ... ends. Really, it’s a shame because with some tweaks this could have been solid.

Jjeellyy ,

Bad technique

Couldn’t get past the conversation while another conversation was playing in the background. Bad technique; completely lost me as a listener in the first 6 minutes of episode one.

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