Tides is the story of Dr. Winifred Eurus, a xenobiologist trapped on an unfamiliar planet with hostile tidal forces. She must use her wits, sarcasm and intellectual curiosity to survive long enough to be rescued. But there might be more to life on this planet than she expected. . .
12: A Reasonable Distance Under The Sea
Dr. Eurus takes to the high seas and nothing bad happens.
11. The Long Rain
It's raining and Dr. Eurus is alone.
10. Wet Planet
Dr. Eurus ignores orders.
9. The Moons, Like Dust
In the season 2 premiere, Dr. Eurus makes contact with friends old and new.
Season 2 Trailer
Season 2 begins on November 30th.
Mini Episode 6: Capitalist Pigs
At the pre-launch luncheon, Stevens and Erickson discuss the differences in their philosophies.
A fascinating exploration of an alien world
My comfort podcast
I have relistened to it more times than I can count and am deeply invested in the characters. As a botany undergrad interested in ecology, there really is nothing more interesting to me in a syfy than natural/ecological science in space!!! I love that Dr Euris sounds like a biologist, and I know that may seem like an obvious thing to say? But it’s just so striking to me that when she discusses the landscape and the organisms around her it sounds like my professors and my friends when we talk about these things here on earth. And I love how we see Fred dealing with the excitement of discovery being overlaid by the anxiety and loneliness of isolation. I just!!! I genuinely love this podcast so so so much and I could discuss every aspect but it would take too many paragraphs! I’d say this isn’t a podcast for everyone, the scientific language and focus of it may not appeal to everyone, but if you’re into biology, ecology, botany, marine biology, geology— if ecological science is your thing, you’ll probably really enjoy this podcast!!
This podcast is on my: "This is the best thing I've ever listened to" list. It's main draw is the biology of the planet, but that doesnt mean the characters are not interesting, they're so funny. Listen to this podcast.