15 episodes

Messages from a fledgling, human colony on a mysterious alien world can be heard between bursts of interstellar radio static...

Written and produced by Jon Rolfe. Featuring the vocal talents of Alex Eller (Cauldwell), Chelsea Krause (Dr. Wood), Joe Shelton (Whitlock), Chromatic (Foster), Ježatte Renaari (Tyler), Ella Moran (Marie), Chris Steinberger (Capt. Beckett), Gervais Weekes (Lt. Cash), Delaney Gilmour (Annabelle). Theme music is Menacing Malice by Emmett Cooke.


Follow @theoasispodcast on Twitter for news and updates about the show. Thank you for listening.

The Oasis Transmission‪s‬ Ellipsis

    • Fiction
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Messages from a fledgling, human colony on a mysterious alien world can be heard between bursts of interstellar radio static...

Written and produced by Jon Rolfe. Featuring the vocal talents of Alex Eller (Cauldwell), Chelsea Krause (Dr. Wood), Joe Shelton (Whitlock), Chromatic (Foster), Ježatte Renaari (Tyler), Ella Moran (Marie), Chris Steinberger (Capt. Beckett), Gervais Weekes (Lt. Cash), Delaney Gilmour (Annabelle). Theme music is Menacing Malice by Emmett Cooke.


Follow @theoasispodcast on Twitter for news and updates about the show. Thank you for listening.

    Season 3: Trailer

    Season 3: Trailer

    • 1 min
    206. A Message (Season 2 Finale)

    206. A Message (Season 2 Finale)

    Annabelle Gordon tells the colonists of New Oasis where she's been, and brings them all a disturbing message about what's to come...

    The Oasis Transmissions was written and produced by Jon Rolfe. This episode features of the vocal talents of Ježatte Renaari (Ty), Delaney Gilmour (Annabelle), Chris Steinberger (Capt. Beckett), Joe Shelton (Whitlock), and Ella Moran (Marie). Follow @theoasispodcast on Twitter for news and updates about Season 2.

    • 22 min
    205. Returning

    205. Returning

    With Ty's help, Marie sends one last message to her sister. Meanwhile, Capt. Beckett works to save the hibernating crew of the Katharos. And the NOC is surprised by an unexpected visitor...

    The Oasis Transmissions was written and produced by Jon Rolfe. This episode features of the vocal talents of Ella Moran (Marie), Chelsea Krause (Dr. Wood), Chris Steinberger (Capt. Beckett), Ježatte Renaari (Ty) and Joe Shelton (Whitlock). Follow @theoasispodcast on Twitter for news and updates about Season 2.

    • 20 min
    204. Madness

    204. Madness

    In the aftermath of the attack on Whitlock, Marie is sentenced to a harsh punishment. Dr. Wood is pursued by something in the woods, and Foster discovers Cash's betrayal

    The Oasis Transmissions was written and produced by Jon Rolfe. This episode features of the vocal talents of Joe Shelton (Whitlock), Chelsea Krause (Dr. Wood), Ježatte Renaari (Ty), Chromatic (Foster), and Gervais Weekes (Cash). Follow @theoasispodcast on Twitter for news and updates about Season 2.

    • 17 min
    203. The Pistol

    203. The Pistol

    Rev. Moreau gives Marie an unexpected gift. Foster grows suspicious of Cash's new plan. Meanwhile, Captain Beckett continues to await rescue, but is visited by something else...

    The Oasis Transmissions was written and produced by Jon Rolfe. This episode features of the vocal talents of Ella Moran (Marie), Chromatic (Foster), Joe Shelton (Whitlock), Chelsea Krause (Dr. Wood), Chris Steinberger (Capt. Beckett),and Ježatte Renaari (Ty). Follow @theoasispodcast on Twitter for news and updates about Season 2.

    • 21 min
    202. Initiation

    202. Initiation

    Tyler joins the Children of the Stars and experiences Beru for the first time. The search team finally leaves Ashborough, but Lt. Cash discovers Foster's secret...

    The Oasis Transmissions was written and produced by Jon Rolfe. This episode features of the vocal talents of Ježatte Renaari (Tyler Lincoln), Chris Steinberger (Capt. Beckett), Chromatic (Foster), and Alex Eller (Cauldwell), Gervais Weekes (Cash), and Joe Shelton (Whitlock). Follow @theoasispodcast on Twitter for news and updates about Season 2.

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Briarlock ,

One of the better fiction podcasts

Because everyone has different things they look for in a podcast, I thought I’d rate this in a few categories.

-Pacing 4/5. It can be a bit slow at times, but it always feels likes it’s moving somewhere. It mostly focused on different character’s experiences in a space colony through voice logs.
-Science rating 4/5. There’s some hand waviness, especially with regards to DNA, but they have fairly accurate space travel representation.
-Voice acting 4/5. Characters are definitely distinct, but some are kind of over the top. It’s useful in radio but I think it could be toned down.
-Characters 3/5. A lot of stereotypes here. One man is assigned every wrong motive and vice, with absolutely no redeeming features, including some vague allusions to pedophilia and/or rape that feel like a not very thought out use of a very sensitive subject. In this story, all religion is bad, all scientists are stalwart and dour. But they’re well differentiated and some of them have more interesting backstories, including the one who is missing.
-Sound and ambient music: 5/5. I love what they’ve done with the soundscapes and static. Some people might not like it but I find it charming and intriguing.

So overall around 4/5, but it’s a growing podcast so I feel comfortable giving it a 5/5.

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