Featuring the voices of Tony Way, Konnie Huq, Rufus Hound and Janet Ellis – the latest episode of Future Shocks Radio has now dropped and 2000 AD subscribers can listen to it exclusively on the 2000 AD app!
The sixth episode of the brand new series of audio adaptations of classic Future Shocks from the pages of 2000 AD includes adapatations of ‘Robot Repairs’ by Robert Flynn and Brett Ewins & Jim McCarthy (2000 AD Progs 37-38, 1977) and ‘Drive He Said’ by Al Ewing and Edison George (2000 AD Prog 1532, 2007)
Future Shocks Radio is available exclusively to 2000 AD and Judge Dredd Megazine subscribers.
Produced by two-time BAFTA winner Nathaniel Tapley (Have I Got News For You, The News Quiz) with an exciting team of writers and creatives, Future Shocks Radio offers bold, witty takes on classic stories with well-known performers like former Blue Peter presenters Konnie Huq and Janet Ellis, comedians Rufus Hound and Al Murray, Eastenders actor Nitin Ganatra, Hollyoaks actor Lizzie Roper, and Spitting Image voice actor Steve Nallon, as well as compelling new voices like 2020 BAFTA-winner Gbemi Ikumelo and a veritable torrent of comic talent!
If you are a print or digital subscriber you can access the exclusive free podcasts by signing in to the 2000 AD app with your Rebellion ID – the same email you use to control your digital or physical subscription.
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Episode 6: Robot Repairs
Robo-Maid: Desiree Burch
Za: Tony Way
Darryl: Richard Pepple
News Presenter: Steve Nallon
Dr Small: Terry Molloy
Selfie: Lisa Bowerman
Priest: Alex B Kirk
Fern Frost: Konnie Huq
Simon: Alistair Green
Jeremiah Clarke III: Rufus Hound
Radio presenter: Janet Ellis
Countess Fauna: Janet Ellis
Dickie: Darren Strange
Written by: Anthony Khaseria & Nathaniel Tapley
Based on ‘Robot Repairs’ by Robert Flynn and Brett Ewins & Jim McCarthy (2000 AD Progs 37-38, 1977) and ‘Drive He Said’ by Al Ewing and Edison George (2000 AD Prog 1532, 2007)
Sound Design: Rick Blything
Edit & Production: Pete Dennis