• by Graham Duff
  • Narrated by Mark Gatiss, David Warner
  • 2 hrs and 46 mins
  • original_recording Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The original six-part BBC Radio 4 comedy sci-fi series starring Mark Gatiss and David Warner.
The year is 2099 and Professor Nebulous (Mark Gatiss, League of Gentlemen) is the director of eco-troubleshooting organisation K.E.N.T. - the Key Environmental Nonjudgemental Taskforce. But it's so under-funded it subsidises its work by running a launderette. And the twintub's malfunctioned. In a post-apocalyptic England, cattle-clasm has wiped out the majority of the livestock, there are new months such as Octember and Janril, and climate change has formed a drizzly new season called Hamble. Nebulous is determined to get Mother Earth back on the right track, nevertheless he must pit his wits against sentient dust, killer cacti, naked aliens and the evil Dr Klench (David Warner, Titanic, Star Trek VI) who's bent on world domination. Can K.E.N.T. save the day before the spin cycle finishes? Nebulous also stars Graham Crowden, Paul Putner and Rosie Cavaliero.


What the Critics Say

"Doctor Who fans may well have found a new love-object." (Guardian)
"A winning blend of Doomwatch, Quatermass and British silliness that has cult written all over it." (Times)


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The best new radio comedy since the Mighty Boosh

Download this brilliant comedy whilst it's still relatively unknown then feel smug and superior in a years time when you hear kids in the high street saying 'unlike you proffessor I no longer have the luxury of elbows'.
This is easily the best new radio comedy the BBC have put out in the last four years. Dr Who, Blake 7 and Red Dwarf fans will love it, but it's just as appealing to regular folks as well. The writing is as sharp as they come and the performances are pitch perfect. You'll listen to this brilliant series again and again.
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- Amazon Customer

Fantastic . . .

Some of the best science-fiction comedy since Red Dwarf. Can't fault it. Still, it's a shame about the Isle of Wight though ... ;-)
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- AndyPellew

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-08-2006
  • Publisher: BBC Worldwide Limited