Earth is starting to feel the loss of its most dependable consumers, it's chaos all 'round, and I got a fricking paper cut putting this episode together, so if you want to know what it's about, well, I guess you'll just have to listen, won't you. Just a reminder that you can see (and support) a live appearance of Oz 9, plus Relativity, Sage and Savant, Moonbase Theta Out, A 9th World Journal, and Girl in Space, by joining our Indiegogo! Lots of great perks for those who join, so if you can, we'd love for you to be one of them. You've been listening to: Eric Perry as Mr. Southers, Dr. von Haber-Zetzer, Head 1, and Joe June Clark Eubanks as Glenda and the Albatros Bonnie Brantley as Donna and Jessie Kevin Hall as Matt Tim Sherburn as Colin, Buck, and Emily Richard Cowen as Leet Shannon Perry as Olivia and Madeline Aaron Clark as Le Bichon Frise and Richard Nadolny as your Narrator. Our music is composed and performed by John Faley, and our artwork is by Lucas Elliott. Oz 9 is written and produced by Shannon Perry. Until next time, space monkeys, Narrator out!
It's the Oz 9, so of course they even manage to screw up Halloween. What do you do if there's an open and empty coffin in the hold of your ship? No, really, what do YOU do, because we've got bugger all for ideas. You've been listening to Richard Cowen as Leet Tim Sherburn as Colin Eric Perry as Joe Bonnie Brantley as Jessie Kevin Hall as Radu the Handsome June Clark Eubanks as the Albatros Aaron Clark as le Bichon Frise Shannon Perry as Olivia and Madeline and Richard Nadolny as your Narrator Our spooky music was composed and performed in record time by the amazing John Faley. Special thanks to Tanya Faley for her spooky hyperventilating. Our artwork is by Lucas Elliott. Oz 9 is written and produced by Shannon Perry.
Leet's in Dr. von Haber Zetzer's lab, and you know no good can come of that. Colin is lethally in need of a nap, and the Albatros is on the hunt for a husband. Things are weird aboard the Oz 9, and that's saying something. You’ve been listening to: Bonnie Brantley as Jessie Aaron Clark as le Bichon Frise June Clark Eubanks as the Albatros Richard Cowen as Leet Tim Sherburn as Colin Kevin Hall as the Tour Guide Shannon Perry as Madeline and Olivia Eric Perry as Head 1, Dr. von Haber Zetzer and... (dot dot dot) And Richard Nadolny as your Narrator Our music was composed and performed by John Faley. Our artwork is by Lucas Elliott, and Oz 9 is written and produced by Shannon Perry. Don’t forget: the WiFiSciFi Live event is happening in April 2020, and you can be a part of it. Six podcasts, including Girl in Space, 9th World Journal, Moonbase Theta Out, Relativity, Sage & Savant, and yours truly Oz 9, will be taking the stage in Seattle, Washington, for one unforgettable evening. Help us make it happen by contributing to our Indiegogo. You’ll get some great benefits as well as helping bring podcasting to an even bigger audience. Support independent audio drama; go to wifiscifi.org for more details and a link to our fundraising page. Until next time, space monkeys, Narrator out!
There's an assassin in memory storage ... that's just not something you hear every day, is it? Colin's eaten a highly questionable olive, Dr. von Haber Zetzer is learning about strange cultural phenomena, and something about different kinds of peas. It's another day aboard the Oz 9. Maybe their last day. As usual. You're listening to: Eric Perry as Dr. von Haber Zetzer and Head One Tim Sherburn as Colin Bonnie Brantley as Jessie June Clark Eubanks as the Albatros Aaron Clark as le Bichon Frise Richard Cowen as Leet Shannon Perry as Madeline and Olivia Richard Nadolny as the narrator And introducing Kevin Hall, as Spotty Bosh. Our theme and other music were composed and performed by John Faley, with additional arrangement by Eliott Faley. Our artwork is by Lucas Elliott, and Oz 9 is written and produced by Shannon Perry. We hope to see you at PodTales on October 20 in Boston, and we really hope to see you in Seattle next April for the WiFiSciFi science fiction live podcast extravaganza! Check out wifiscifi dot org for more details! Until next time, space monkeys ...