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A Cyber War rages throughout the galaxy. The Earth-aligned worlds are fighting for survival against the cold, emotionless might of the Cyber Bloc — an alliance of planets whose inhabitants have undergone cybernetic conversion in the name of racial superiority.
Award-winning journalist Olivia is reporting from the front-line, when all her assumptions about the Cyber War are shattered, not only by a terrifying encounter with the enemy, but by the arrival of a wise and mysterious traveller. The result is a deadly Cyber-Hunt, in which human and machine creature are tested to the limit and the balance of galactic power is at stake.
Starring: Nick Briggs
Written by Martin Peterson
Directed & Post-Production by Nicholas Briggs
Music by Harvey Summers
Nicholas Briggs (Fred)
Helen Bang (Olivia)
Robert Boole (CyCom)
Andrew James Dickens (Sergeant Grange)
Andrew Fettes (Captain Halloran)
Stephen Franklin (Stevens)
David Sax (Cyberon)
Original audio play produced by: BBV Productions, 1998.
Corrigan is a throwback; a misfit; a starship captain with the heart of a seafaring mariner. His skills as an engineer and navigator are unparalleled — he's just not terribly good at being human.
Perhaps that's why he plies his trade between the rim-worlds and the Vega Station with only a clockwork robot for company.
But when his estranged daughter goes missing on the wreck of a star liner, Corrigan is faced with a stark choice — leave her to die, or attempt a rescue that would surely destroy his relationship with her for ever.
The Cyberons however, care little for Corrigan's choices — with two million new subjects to convert and an unlimited supply of power, they are poised to attack the Vega Station.
It will be the first staging post in a decisive war against humanity.
BBV Cyberon - Enhanced Audio Reading of the Novel
Nigel Peever reads the novelisation of Lance Parkin's BBV classic. With Enhanced sound effects and music.
Doctor Anderson's patients have permanent brain injury or suffer from brain diseases for which there is no cure. When Thomas Mordley begins introducing tests of Cyberon on her patients, Dr Lauren Anderson thinks she already knows how the trial will end — there will be some benefits, but no significant improvement in their condition.
Doctor Anderson is wrong... Cyberon is different. Mordley knows it's a wonder drug, and it's going to revolutionise medicine. He thinks it may even revolutionise the world. But does he realise that Cyberon has it's own plan?
And if he does, could he do anything to stop it?
Dur: 5 hours 2 minutes.
Cover-art: James Lee