19 episodes

Live from the Tartarus Space Station, it's Cosmic Call! Broadcasts of this weekly intergalactic talk show were captured by NASA in the early '90s, and are now being distributed for public consumption for the first time ever! Join us each week as your hosts, Yaretta the Zarollian plant woman and Burt the sentient industrial printer, report and comment on the hottest news stories from throughout the Intergalactic Democratic Supersector! Distributed by Audio Entropy, in collaboration with Galactic Radio Holdings, LPLC and the U.S. Government. A science fiction comedy improv podcast performed and produced by Ashley Lee Minor and Luke Varner. Music by Ashley Lee Minor and Mitchell Dill. Visit us at audioentropy.com for this and other great shows.

Cosmic Call - Audio Entropy Galactic Radio Holdings, LPLC

    • Comedy
    • 5.0, 7 Ratings

Live from the Tartarus Space Station, it's Cosmic Call! Broadcasts of this weekly intergalactic talk show were captured by NASA in the early '90s, and are now being distributed for public consumption for the first time ever! Join us each week as your hosts, Yaretta the Zarollian plant woman and Burt the sentient industrial printer, report and comment on the hottest news stories from throughout the Intergalactic Democratic Supersector! Distributed by Audio Entropy, in collaboration with Galactic Radio Holdings, LPLC and the U.S. Government. A science fiction comedy improv podcast performed and produced by Ashley Lee Minor and Luke Varner. Music by Ashley Lee Minor and Mitchell Dill. Visit us at audioentropy.com for this and other great shows.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

M. Starr Brannigan ,

Fun and silly sci-fi

Like most improv, it tends to hit and miss, but it has some really great moments. When you get to it, Best of the Burt Sessions really is a must hear.

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clever, charming sci-fi improv!

The framework of an intergalactic talkradio show gives these two talented performers an excellent starting point to play around with any sci-fi conceit they have a fun spin on, as well as the space to inject bits of pathos and character-building. About ten eps in, I think they've really settled into a good rhythm—and settled into the voices they're putting on, which I found a little hard to follow in the first eps. Luckily, they're good at bringing the listener up to speed on the (relatively light) plot in each episode, so you can start wherever and hit the backlog when you're invested in Burt and Yaretta's stories.

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