September 11th

In today’s Escape Pod, robot footpads on the moon, setting sail in Ark II, and a collision of captains. (10:06) This episode last updated in 2020.

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February 24th

In today’s Escape Pod, sending twins to Mars, a thoroughly modern supernova, and Hoth hath no fury. (7:58)

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February 6th

In today’s Escape Pod, the enemies of Blake’s 7 revealed, and Riker joins the Klingons. (5:41)

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December 25th

In today’s Escape Pod, don’t expect a quiet day – the TARDIS and the crew of Lexx are all about having adventures on Christmas, and so is the crew of Apollo 8. (6:51)

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December 18th

In today’s Escape Pod, one ticket to Uranus, last call for one of the original stars of Lexx, and the first communications satellite. (3:43)

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