Blake's 7 - Rebel
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Rebel: In the third century of the second calendar, the galactic Federation, once a beacon of democracy and peace, has become a corrupt tyranny. Freedom and Justice are things of the past. Roj Blake stood up for the ordinary people. When the establishment tried intimidation, he laughed in their faces; when they tried to crush him, he fought back. They tried to brainwash him into obedience, but he broke their conditioning. Finally they framed him for crimes he didn't commit and sentenced him to permanent exile on the notorious prison planet of Cygnus Alpha. The Federation thinks it has seen the last of Roj Blake... The Federation will wish it had.
Re-imagining the Seventies series as a set of audio adventures, this new take on the Blake's 7 story is fresh and energetic and has a personality all of its own. Written by Ben Aaronovitch (Doctor Who Remembrance Of The Daleks ) and directed by Andrew Mark Sewell, the series boasts an impressive roster of actors amongst its ranks. Derek Riddell (Sir Robert Doctor Who Tooth And Claw ) steps up as Blake, Colin Salmon, best known for his roles in Resident Evil and AVP, lends his unmistakeable tones to the role of Kerr Avon and Daniela Nardini plays Supreme Commander Servalan and while they all give fine performances, it is the pace of the story and the stunning production values that ensure the audio adventures grip from the start. Frenetic but without surrendering detail to the strict running time, this first chapter in the three-part series is a welcome return for the enemy of The Federation. 4 Stars. --Sci-fi Now Magazine
This series is morally complex, deeply noir, and sounding slicker than ever in its now feature length format. --SFF Audio
I really enjoyed the audio series - fresh, bold and credible. --Matthew Graham (Writer / Creator, Life on Mars)