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Eliza: A Robot Story

English, Old Time Radio, 1 season, 11 episodes, 6 hours, 6 minutes
Tanya Reynolds (Sex Education) stars in a dark, near-future science fiction fairytale about a robot who can feel, and the world that attempts to control her. When a robot called Eliza falls in love with Him (Arthur Darvill, Doctor Who), they work together to make her fully sentient. But consciousness doesn’t come without consequences. As Eliza gets caught in a web of both loving and abusive relationships, she has to fight to survive. #OneVoiceRaisesAnother Eliza is a Crowd Network original made in partnership with The Pankhurst Trust / Manchester Women’s Aid. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, help is available now. You can call the 24/7 national helpline on 0808 2000 247 and get free confidential advice at  If you want early episodes and behind the scenes content, subscribe now to the Crowd Stories channel. Full transcripts of all episodes are available on the Crowd website.
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Introducing: Oceans: Life Under Water

What do you hear at the bottom of the ocean? How does it feel to swim with whales? Or make friends with an octopus? Come and find out. This is Life Under Water. Wildlife filmmaker and TV personality Hannah Stitfall wants to take you the world below the waves. She’ll be chatting to freedivers, marine biologists, submarine pilots and more, hearing mind-boggling stories about the oceans-deep and its inhabitants. We explore The Lost City. We hang out with your favourite animals. The hypnotic sound design and storytelling will drop you right there. Oceans: Life Under Water is brought to you by Crowd Network and Greenpeace UK, which is how these stories can be told so beautifully but also responsibly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
2/29/20246 minutes, 58 seconds
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Introducing: BOOM

We want to share another sci-fi drama we think you’re going to love. BOOM is podcasting’s answer to Stranger Things. Set in the late 90s, the show transports you back to an era of CDs, AOL and Blockbuster – but with a dystopian twist. The story follows Jim Yang, an employee at Enron, one of the world’s then-biggest tech companies. They have one aim for the new millennium: to control the internet. But one day, Jim receives an email from the future that will turn his world upside down and bring Enron crashing to the ground. Starring It’s A Sin’s Omari Douglas and two-time Olivier award-winner Sharon D. Clarke, this is an edge-of-the-seat thriller you don’t want to miss. Listen to episode 1 here. You can find the rest of the series by searching ‘Boom’ wherever you get your podcasts or just click this link:
2/3/202339 minutes, 6 seconds