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<i>Zoetrope</i>
'Can you hear me?'
'The police are here, they'd like a word...'
***SPOILER*** 'I did exactly what you said...'
  • Zoetrope
  • 'Can you hear me?'
  • 'The police are here, they'd like a word...'
  • ***SPOILER*** 'I did exactly what you said...'
Episodes
  • Ep 1: Receiver

    Oct 6 2021

    Tamsin reels from the events of the night before while trying to get the unsettling news through to co-worker Alex. 

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    11 mins
  • Ep 2: Voyeur

    Oct 6 2021

    Struggling to come to terms with who might be watching her, Tamsin and Alex work out how best to deal with the voyeur.

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    13 mins
  • Ep 3 - Hunter

    Oct 6 2021

    Attempting to appear as unperturbed as possible, Tamsin shows up at work and is interviewed by the police, which sends Alex spiralling.

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    14 mins

About the creator

Chris Brandon is the creator and writer of Bloodlands (Hat Trick Mercurio/BBC One). The drama debuted in early 2021 to 4* reviews and 7.9 million consolidated viewers, the best BBC drama launch in a year. The show was executive produced by Jed Mercurio and starred James Nesbitt. Chris was named in Deadline’s 10 Rising Star British Writers for 2020. He grew up between England and Northern Ireland, and studied at Trinity in Dublin.

About the executive producer

Jed Mercurio's latest series Bodyguard and Line of Duty have both topped the ratings for UK television drama. Other credits include Bodies, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Critical, Strike Back, The Grimleys and Cardiac Arrest. His work has achieved award wins and nominations at the Golden Globes, Emmys, BAFTAs, Royal Television Society, Broadcasting Press Guild and Writers’ Guild. A former hospital physician and Royal Air Force officer, he originally planned to specialise in aviation medicine before embarking on his writing career.

About the performer

Daisy Ridley is an English actor best known for her breakthrough role as Rey in the 2015 film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. She reprised her role in Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi (2017) and the final film in the trilogy, Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, directed by JJ Abrams (2019). Other credits include Ophelia, Murder on the Orient Express, Chaos Walking and Only Yesterday. Daisy is the recipient of a 2016 Oscar Wilde Award. The non-profit US-Ireland Alliance created the event to recognise the contributions of the Irish in film. This is an honorary Irish award.

About the performer

Jason Tobin is a British Chinese film and television actor best known for his lead role as Young Jun in the HBO series Warrior. His breakout film, Better Luck Tomorrow, debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in 2002. 17 Years later, LA Times named it the best Asian American film of all time. Other credits include The Fast and the Furious 9, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Sonora, Jasmine and #1 Serial Killer.

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Gripping

I was left wanting more . A very good story that ended in a way that left me thinking of lots of different scenarios. I can't wait for a follow-up, it would be good to see this story on screen

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Very smart

I really enjoyed this. It's got a really interesting plot and the whole cast is very good.

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Excellent Drama

I really enjoyed this story particularly the actors and the sound effects.

I hope there’s another series or follow up.

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Diabolical audio

So many Over the top sound fx - dialogue inaudible at times
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No idea what the story is like as I had to give up

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What a fantastic, truly immersive experience...

Ha. That... That was... That was freaking awesome. Daisy Ridley is a gift to this world. Saying that, I found myself absolutely in love with all the characters, the way they were voiced over. The respective performance blew me away.
What a gripping, exiting experience... Ill be listening to this again.

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Superb

Finally an audio drama that lives up to its own hype. Great acting, superb soundscape - a truly immersive experience. They really got the audio right for every scence. The story moves along at a good pace, and the characters are funny and likeable. Ridley is so natural and believable, More of the Same - will be listening to it more than once

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  • 20-10-21

A gripping story voiced by a great cast of actors.

I really loved the characters & the atmosphere of Singapore. Though this is a dark story, there are also a lot of funny moments. I've had a really good time listening to it !

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  • Lui S.
  • 14-10-21

No thank you

If you are a fan of listening to people walk, breathe and cry with absolutely no plot or story… this might be for you… I already waste my time with some crappy podcasts… but this is in another realm completely.,, why split them in episodes if nothing happens? nothing!!!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-10-21

Nice...!!

Loved it from beginning to end. I think you all will enjoy. It took me by surprise and not what I was expecting.

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  • Jennifer Combs
  • 16-10-21

Had so much potential

The story and performance is amazing until the end. I had to listen to it twice and still didn't get it.

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  • Emily
  • 08-10-21

disgustingly racist

audible should be ashamed!! racist, vile garbage. complete anti asian nonsense that we dont need in a pandemic!! dasiy ridley has outdone herself with her racism this time!!

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  • Allison Bourgeois
  • 11-10-21

Loved It

Nothing racist about it ! Very entertaining and kept me engaged from top to end.

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  • Anthony
  • 10-10-21

Excellent.

The story starts strong and finishes stronger. The character arcs and uncomfortable subject matter make the skin crawl, but an excellent commentary on human interaction. People calling this racist is a bit over the top.

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