Summary

The complete second series of the BBC Radio 7 sci-fi drama set in the virtual world of a futuristic game. Originally broadcast from 29 November - 27 December 2009.
This virtual reality saga sees Lioba (Tessa Nicholson) struggling to escape the grip of the corporation behind Planet B.
©2009 Gunner Cauthery (P)2011 AudioGO Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By S. Cadzow on 23-12-12

Great radio - where the best pictures are

Following on from the first series this second series takes on new depth and extends the story telling nicely building on many science fiction trends of recent years. The homage to Ali Baba, to software gaming, to classical mythology and to the Stepford wives is refreshing and not distracting. The changes of scenery, the visualisation of characters represented only in data lend themselves perfectly to the cinema of the mind. Highly recommended.

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