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A Big Bang began the universe, and now a Bigger Bang is about to end it, unless the crew and robots aboard the starship Flibbertigibbet can find a way to stop the expanding fireball.

The Bigger Bang is a new comedy science-fiction podcast series, following the adventures of Sue Jelly, who got kicked in the head by a donkey in 2019 and has woken up in 4049.

Cast:

Robin Sadavoy as Sue Jelly
Christine Pillman as Meredith Scrope
David Raitt as Isaac Feynstein
Bradley Ellis as Carl
Catherine Henry as the Medicomputer
Amy McKenzie as IRIS
Monica Dunne as Doc
Duncan McKenzie as the narrator


Sep 26, 2021

Olga intends to use her time machine to kill Sue Jelly as a child – it's up to Sue and Meredith to foil her plans. Meanwhile, the Flibbertigibbet is dragged across the universe by an unknown force. 

Starring Robin Sadavoy, Christine Pillman, David Raitt, Catherine Henry, Amy McKenzie, Bradley Ellis, Monica Dunne, Rob...


Jul 13, 2021

Sue and Meredith arrive at the laboratory of Olga, Feynstein's lost love. But things turn sinister when Olga learns about the Bigger Bang.  

Starring Robin Sadavoy, Christine Pillman, David Raitt, Catherine Henry, Amy McKenzie, Bradley Ellis, Monica Dunne, Rob Williams, and Duncan McKenzie.


Apr 25, 2021

Sue and Eileen must save Isaac Feynstein from angry doctors on Healthworld, while, on distant Bovine Alpha, Carl and Meredith face death at the hand of his clone, Gregor Feynstein, the genius geneticist. 

Starring Robin Sadavoy, Christine Pillman, David Raitt, Catherine Henry, Amy McKenzie, Bradley Ellis, Monica Dunne,...


Feb 19, 2021

Meredith and Carl try to buy beef on Bovine Alpha, so they can pay Feynstein’s doctors in steak. Meanwhile, Sue finds herself forced to fight a series of deadly enemies in the hospital arena. 
 
Starring Robin Sadavoy, Christine Pillman, David Raitt, Catherine Henry, Amy McKenzie, Bradley Ellis, Monica Dunne,...


Aug 14, 2020

Sue and her shipmates must save Professor Feynstein, but doing so means dealing with the nightmare of universal healthcare. Starring Robin Sadavoy, Christine Pillman, David Raitt, Catherine Henry, Amy McKenzie, Bradley Ellis, Monica Dunne, and Duncan McKenzie.