32 episodes

Aboard the spaceship Eurus, things are optimal. Oxygen supplies are at 80%, crops are thriving, and the twelve-year journey through the Messier 42 nebula is going smoothly. Everything is set for a successful pilgrimage to continue the survival of the human race.

Only, when a series of murders occur onboard - mirroring distressing radio signals from Eurus’ sister ship, Notus, Officer Alecto McAlpine finds herself lost in the middle of a conspiracy. With the begrudging help of low-level communications coordinator Cairo, they begin to find that the ship’s journey is the least of their concerns.

In Transit Matt Wilson

    • Fiction
    • 4.6 • 16 Ratings

Aboard the spaceship Eurus, things are optimal. Oxygen supplies are at 80%, crops are thriving, and the twelve-year journey through the Messier 42 nebula is going smoothly. Everything is set for a successful pilgrimage to continue the survival of the human race.

Only, when a series of murders occur onboard - mirroring distressing radio signals from Eurus’ sister ship, Notus, Officer Alecto McAlpine finds herself lost in the middle of a conspiracy. With the begrudging help of low-level communications coordinator Cairo, they begin to find that the ship’s journey is the least of their concerns.

    SPIRE :: A New Show From The Creators Of In Transit

    SPIRE :: A New Show From The Creators Of In Transit

    Hello! Long time no see! We're back here to drop you a little teaser for a new audio drama from the team behind In Transit! If you liked this silly little show, who knows, maybe you'll like Spire too! If you're interested, check it out below!!

    https://anchor.fm/spire-podcast

    And hey besties. You travellin' well? :))

    • 1 min
    Episode 2.16: “No More Than That”

    Episode 2.16: “No More Than That”

    Things end. 
    CONTENT WARNINGS: Major Character Death, High Pitched Ringing Noises, Sudden Explosions, Implied Suicide, Discussions of Grief/Death
    CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Kristen Hayes as Alecto McAlpine, Ezri Mannion as Halley Wagner, Adam Stirling as Cairo Flovent, Jamie Stapleton as Sawyer Rosario, Brad Colbroock as Ziggy, Joseph Vause as Alnitak Vaughn, Claire Cole as Sputnik Volkov, with additional voices by Flynn Burgess.
    MUSIC CREDITS TO: Scott Buckley
    SUPPORT US: https://ko-fi.com/intransitcast
    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/12hoYPuVY7nKd6PGw-45II5OAR0xAADs3lr56Wk_2e3A/edit?usp=sharing

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 2.15: “Love Dive”

    Episode 2.15: “Love Dive”

    An unforeseen turn of events sends the ship into a tailspin - both literally and figuratively.

    CONTENT WARNINGS: Sudden Loud and Piercing Noises, Major Character Death, Grievous Bodily Harm, Sound of Blood and Gore, Mentions/Sound of Guns (no gunshots), Implied Suicide/Self Sacrifice, Sounds of Explosions

    CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Adam Stirling as Cairo Flovent, Kristen Hayes as Alecto McAlpine, Jamie Stapleton as Sawyer Rosario, Ezri Mannion as Halley Wagner, Ellie Pearson as Solea Langley, Dan Sinclair as Amos Faraday, Brad Colbroock as Ziggy, Claire Cole as Sputnik Volkov, Joseph Vause as Alnitak Vaughn, Phoebe Butcher as Andrea Harris, with additional voices by Flynn Burgess.

    SFX CREDITS TO: Hykenfreak and Moulaythami from freesound.org

    SUPPORT US: https://ko-fi.com/intransitcast

    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gWSEG21jEtlFDEUAvNz749LVfQjEqnw2z0XgtyMFMtg/edit?usp=sharing

    • 1 hr
    Episode 2.14: “Laika”

    Episode 2.14: “Laika”

    As the wormhole opens, things start to go wrong.

    CONTENT WARNINGS:

    Loud Sirens/Sudden Noises

    Attempted Murder/Violence

    Death of an Animal (mentioned)

    CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:

    Kristen Hayes as Alecto McAlpine

    Claire Cole as Sputnik Volkov

    Brad Colbroock as Ziggy

    Ellie Pearson as Solea Langley

    Dan Sinclair as Amos Faraday

    Adam Stirling as Cairo Flovent

    Joseph Vause as Alnitak Vaughn

    Phoebe Butcher as Andrea Harris

    Jamie Stapleton as Sawyer Rosario

    Jen Marcus as Buckley

    Flynn Burgess as ??

    “Claire De Lune” by Simone Renzi is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0

    SUPPORT US: https://ko-fi.com/intransitcast

    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1o0bhKzCJE9ADCMG3IxpD2E76TN13fFrEXQocuSJB7vU/edit?usp=sharing

    • 37 min
    Episode 2.13: “Canary”

    Episode 2.13: “Canary”

    As the ships arrive at the planned site, a rift begins to form between Langley and Faraday. Meanwhile, others start to contemplate their futures.

    CONTENT WARNINGS:

    Mentions of Death/Grief

    Trauma

    Emotional Manipulation

    CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:

    Jamie Stapleton as Sawyer Rosario

    Ezri Mannion as Halley Wagner

    Kristen Hayes as Alecto McAlpine

    Phoebe Butcher as Andrea Harris

    Adam Stirling as Cairo Flovent

    Ellie Pearson as Solea Langley

    Dan Sinclair as Amos Faraday

    Joseph Vause as Alnitak Vaughn

    Claire Cole as Sputnik Volkov

    SUPPORT US: https://ko-fi.com/intransitcast

    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vnQ0jPnK4ewdCx0NESn4TZJWEHm4zohYfi6rQisBek0/edit?usp=sharing

    • 30 min
    Episode 2.12: “Well, That Was Fucked Up”

    Episode 2.12: “Well, That Was Fucked Up”

    A broadcast to the whole ship changes everything.

    CONTENT WARNINGS:

    Major Character Death

    Electrocution

    Spying/Bugging

    Mentions of Suicide

    Use of Gas

    Violence

    CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:

    Claire Cole as Sputnik Volkov

    Joseph Vause as Alnitak Vaughn

    Jamie Stapleton as Sawyer Rosario

    Kristen Hayes as Alecto McAlpine

    Kat Lazarus as Elara Quinn

    Brad Colbroock as Ziggy

    Ezri Mannion as Halley Wagner

    Adam Stirling as Cairo Flovent

    Dan Sinclair as Amos Faraday

    Ellie Pearson as Solea Langley

    SUPPORT US: https://ko-fi.com/intransitcast

    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1C-QGqsJDl0x7Gr4hpSC_qIdy3BnS58z5gXcfDSCMHjs/edit?usp=sharing

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Mayday 111 ,

intriguing!

The first episode has me hooked for sure. I'm a sucker for sci-fi and a good murder mystery, and this offers both! The score was very nice and I'm interested to see where things go.

Me x 7 ,

Feels Small and Juvenile

This is supposed to be in space, but that is poorly portrayed and not at all believable. The voice acting is ok as in it is a step above just reading a script but the dialogue is too simplistic to represent what is really happening. Add to this there is a lot of profanity that feels lazy and trying to hard to be edgy, this makes the characters sound stupid and not believable to the setting. This story and voice actors might have worked better in a college campus instead of in space. There is virtually no sound design and no real belief that this is more than a group of pals sitting around reading a story. Made it through the first 5 episodes and will be deleting as I have no interest in these characters or story.

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