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The Light of September

By Dan Freeman / Radio Static

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Best listened to on headphones. WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE! Groundbreaking existential Sci Fi from the multi award-winning Minister of Chance team: following the World's first ever light speed flight, Captain Dalton (Tamsin Greig) must lead her crew over new oceans fraught with danger. Find out more at, @thelightofsept and

Customer Reviews


1st episode sets the scene and builds the characters lovely, can't wait to see where this goes. Fantastic acting, but with a cast like that, I would expect nothing less. Dan Freeman has a way of making you feel like you're in the story, I felt like I was walking the halls with the crew.
I eagerly await the more.

Episode 1 review

So, the first episode of the story may seem slow, but is a great introduction to the crew of Venus, and the ship herself. Sylvestor Mccoy steals his scenes as a scenery chewing potty mouthed engineer, but the whole cast seem to fit a lot of characterisation into a short run time giving you a fantastic thumbnail of each crew member.

So far so cool.

Bring on episode 2

Sylvester McCoy steals the show in this first episode he's very funny. This episode sets the scene nicely and makes me wanting more bring on episode two!

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