14 episodes

A post-apocalyptic radio show set in an underground nuclear bomb shelter.

The Nuclear Solution Dallas Wheatley

    • Science Fiction
    • 4.9, 15 Ratings

A post-apocalyptic radio show set in an underground nuclear bomb shelter.

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    Created by Dallas Wheatley. You can find them on Instagram and Twitter @swheatpodcasts. Tracks used in this episode are "Hot Swing" and "Airport Lounge" by Kevin MacLeod. License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Sound effects are from www.freesound.org. Licensed under Creative Commons 1.0. Want to help support the show? Give it a review on Apple Podcasts, or you can donate as little as $3 at ko-fi.com/swheatpodcasts! Transcripts at swheatpodcasts.com.

    • 20 min
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    Created by Dallas Wheatley. You can find them on Instagram and Twitter @swheatpodcasts, or online at www.swheatpodcasts.com. Tracks used in this episode are "Hot Swing" and "Airport Lounge" by Kevin MacLeod. License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Sound effects are from www.freesound.org. Licensed under Creative Commons 1.0. Want to help support the show? Give it a review on Apple Podcasts, or you can donate as little as $3 at ko-fi.com/swheatpodcasts!

    • 8 min
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    Fast Forward

    Created by Sarah Wheatley. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter @swheatpodcasts, or online at www.swheatpodcasts.com. Tracks used in this episode are "Hot Swing" and "Airport Lounge" by Kevin MacLeod. License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Sound effects are from www.freesound.org. Licensed under Creative Commons 1.0. Want to help support the show? Give it a review on iTunes, or you can donate as little as $3 at ko-fi.com/swheatpodcasts to help with publishing costs!

    • 11 min
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    Resume

    Created by Sarah Wheatley. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter @swheatpodcasts, or online at www.swheatpodcasts.com. Tracks used in this episode are "Hot Swing" and "Airport Lounge" by Kevin MacLeod. License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Sound effects are from www.freesound.org. Licensed under Creative Commons 1.0. Want to help support the show? Give it a review on iTunes, or you can donate as little as $3 at ko-fi.com/swheatpodcasts to help with publishing costs!

    • 10 min
    Bonus: Louise's Log - Entries 4-6

    Bonus: Louise's Log - Entries 4-6

    Created by Sarah Wheatley. Music for this episode: "Airport Lounge" by Kevin MacLeod (Licensed under Creative Commons 4.0). Sound effects are from www.freesound.org (Licensed under Creative Commons 1.0). Want to help support the show? Give it a review on iTunes!
    The Nuclear Solution was created in Kennebec County, Maine, the territory of the Penobscot, Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, and Abenaki peoples.

    • 4 min
    Bonus: Louise's Log - Entries 1-3

    Bonus: Louise's Log - Entries 1-3

    Created by Sarah Wheatley. Music for this episode: "Airport Lounge" by Kevin MacLeod (Licensed under Creative Commons 4.0). Sound effects are from www.freesound.org (Licensed under Creative Commons 1.0). Want to help support the show? Give it a review on iTunes!
    The Nuclear Solution was created in Kennebec County, Maine, the territory of the Penobscot, Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, and Abenaki peoples.

    • 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

RiffTheJet ,

Love It!!

Brilliant satire in the form of a post apocalyptic “Heloise’s Helpful Hints” radio program - In the first episode, advice is given for getting Shambler brains out of your clothing, and how you can gain extra energy by adding government issued caffeine tablets to your shelter-grown root juice!

So follow her lead, pour a tall glass for yourself, and subscribe to The Nuclear Solution! I just hope more episodes are coming because I binged through them all in no time while hanging out at my sisters house the other night - and now I’m hooked!!

Inquiring Empiricist ,

Delightfully Witty and Well Executed.

The auditory experience is brilliant, taking advantage of the likely low budget mics to be an actual asset to the project’s sound mixed with actual sound effects and 1920’s music. The very concept is brilliant and I love that they explain the whole concept after the first episode so that you understand how clever it is. 😂😂😂
Either way, you should listen to this podcast. It’s a lot of fun and also very witty and almost innocently creepy.

DogBeachPeople ,

Pardon my apocalypse...

Who else could explain how to cleam zombie brains off your best shirt?
Charming! Looking forward to lots more.

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