Created, written, recorded, produced, and released in just one week, Time:Bombs is a new audio drama podcast about the hilarious world of bomb disposal. From the team behind the Webby Award nominated sci-fi audio drama Wolf 359, ride along with EOD technician Simon Teller on the busiest night of the year for him and his team - when business is, quite literally, booming. Learn more at http://timebombs.show & more about this and other creative experiments at http://fearofpublicshame.com
Unseen: A New Series from the Creators of Time:Bombs
Hello Dear Listeners! We're slipping back into the audio EOD suit for a very special, very exciting announcement! The team behind Time:Bombs has just released a brand-new audio fiction fantasy series called Unseen.
The premise behind the show is simple: in a world where magic is real but invisible to almost everyone, the few magical beings that do exist struggle, every day, just to be seen.
We're very proud of this new series, and so we wanted share the first episode with all of you. We hope you enjoy "Never-Ending Circles," written and directed by Gabriel Urbina, and starring Dottie James!
And if you do enjoy this first installment, and you can check out the rest of Unseen at www.Unseen.Show.
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Please note: this episode contains discussions of violence and death. Listener discretion is advised. Only two hours and one more device stand between bomb disposal technician Simon Teller and the NYPD department record for most bombs defused in a year. However his more pressing concern is making sure that Mark Midland, his number two technician, isn't going to go off. It will require a very delicate hand to balance one more high-stakes call and getting Midland to chill out.
Please note: this episode contains discussions of violence and death. Listener discretion is advised. With four hours to go until the end of his shift, things are really starting to get serious now for bomb disposal technician Simon Teller. Desperate for a bomb, any bomb, to defuse so that he can beat the department record, Teller's obsession begins to threaten his working relationship with his colleagues, and also possibly his situational judgment. It's up for debate which one of those could be deadlier.
Please note: this episode contains discussions of violence and death. Listener discretion is advised. Most people hate working on New Years' Eve. Not Simon Teller. With six hours to go until the end of his shift and only three more jobs to go until he beats a coveted departmental record, he's only just starting to have a great time - and really annoy his coworkers. But when a situation arises that threatens to dampen Teller's mood, he'll have to decide whether he needs to change his approach, or whether he can continue cruising and still get through the night unscathed.
The best New Year’s bomb squad podcast there is
I’ve been coming back to this little show every so often for years, and every New Year’s. It’s funny, well-timed, with amazing writing, acting, sound design, everything.
Very good very cute
Great snappy podcast
As usual Gabriel Urbina does not fail to deliver with another well written audio adventure. Great voice acting and excellent soundtrack. Witty dialogue. Interesting characters in unusual occupation.
Unfortunately it’s a very short story, naturally since it takes place in 1 day. Would love to see the return of this bomb squad in the future.