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Audio Adventures for Captain Jack in Torchwood: Red Skies, by Joseph Lidster

New Torchwood Audio Drama!

Audio Adventures for Captain Jack in Torchwood: Red Skies, by Joseph LidsterAs anybody who has seen Torchwood: Miracle Day and Children Of Earth knows, the human race have been somewhat dick-ish lately, what with the concentration camps for immortal people and whatnot.

So it’s no surprise that our man Jack would need a break from the human race. So he heads to a planet which is cut off from the rest of the universe, where the inhabitants worship Torchwood and he has to find out why.

No, this is not some sort of crazy fanfiction from Kasterborous, but a new audio play from Joseph Lidster (the writer of A Day In The Death and Mark Of The Beserker for television and several audio dramas). It’s only one hour long, which suggests a nice and concise story for the short of attention span! However, it does seem like none of the burning questions from Miracle Day will be answered, which is a pity.

The play, Red Skies, is read by John Telfer and is one of four such dramas, which should tide you over until someone writes another series!

It will be available on CD from May 3rd 2012 with a £10.20 RRP, although you can of course save by shopping on Amazon, where it is available for £7.65. (A download version is also available, price unconfirmed.)


In his spare time, Scott writes for Kasterborous, his personal blog at WordPress and the revived Starburst Magazine. He’s also on Twitter (as @Scott_V_Writer) where he tries to be interesting and verbose in 140 characters.

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