The Bunker

The Bunker

United States

The Bunker is a breakfast radio show for the post-apocalypse generation! One hundred years after a vague cataclysmic event, Tom, Dave and David decide to host a one hour radio programme from their underground bunker, complete with guests, interviews, short stories and music. They also have to deal with the possibility of starvation, madness, monsters- both metaphorical and literal- and, worst of all, each other. The Bunker has a beginning and an end, so be sure to listen to episode one first!

Episodes

Episode Twelve - Everything's Fine  

Greetings from the Wasteland! The circle is complete. The journey is over. All things must end, dear listeners, and what an ending we have in store for you! There’s adventure, action, romance and laughter… Plus madness, depression and horror (of course). This month, Dave finds himself, David loses what little remained and Tom drinks a LOT of coffee!
Today’s Topic is Endings, performed by Quiet Marauder. The interview is with PoliticsBot, performed by James Naylor. The Songs are Surfin' Bee by JEO and Party Ball and Funky Piano by Seamas Carey.
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Episode Eleven - All Just Talk  

Ahoy-hoy! It's our penultimate broadcast, listeners! And what a show we have in store for you this month! There’s a monster invasion, an elaborate revenge, a chance to reboot civilisation and, perhaps most extraordinary of all, live guests in the bunker! Meanwhile, David has a poker face, Tom loses face and Dave unmasks himself!
Today’s Topic is Legacies, performed by Matthew Woodcock, David Price, Tom Dalling and David Knight. The Short Story is I Am Dog, performed by Katie Turner, Joanne Wong and Matthew Woodcock. The interview is with MusicBot AKA Kevin MacLeod.
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Episode Ten - Choose Your Own Adventure  

Well hey there loyal listeners! Welcome to another average day in post-apocalyptic Britain! If you're looking for some sweet, soothing sounds to inject a bit of serenity into your day-to-day survival, look no further than the Wasteland's best and only remaining radio station - The Outpost!
Today's Topic is Refections, written by Maxamillian John and performed by Robert Benedetti-Hall. The Short Story is The Mouse, the Bird and the Sausage, a classic Grimm's fairy tale performed by Pippa Caddick. The interview is with award-winning journalist Tom Swarbrick.
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Episode Nine - Nothing is Not Possible  

Holy moly! Could this be the end of The Bunker? Your favourite post-apocalyptic radio station has finally met it's match, in the form of a giant, inescapable force of death and destruction! This month; GODS! MONSTERS! DOOM! Dave rises, David falls and Tom runs around in circles.
Today's Topic is Spirituality, written and performed by Sian Ni Mhuiri. The Songs are Your Troubles Lay by Seamas Carey and Take Cover by The Amorettes
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Episode Eight - The Good Old Days  

Hello humans, salutations from the year 2414! Civilisation has crumpled lamely, humanity is a cruel caricature and the only whiff of a culture is an hour long breakfast radio show. This month, pick a side! Are you Team David, protector of the old, Team Tom, champion of the new or Team Dave, totally ambivalent?
Today's Topic is Culture performed by Pippa Caddick, Robert Hall, Susanna Gordon and James Naylor. The short story is What the Moon Brings, written by H.P. Lovecraft and performed by Helen Watkinson. The Interview is with brand strategist and content developer India Rose. The Song is Money by Backyard Rhythm Orchestra.
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Episode Seven - What Just Happened  

Greetings traveller! Welcome to the future! Sorry it didn't all work out for your species, but at least you've got The Bunker to lift your spirits with cool news and hot tunes!
This month, David and Dave soothe your ears and brain with nice music, Wasteland news, edutainment, astrology, gardening and- of course- light-hearted humour, while Tom cries in his room. Plus all new guests! Meet the charming Condottieri and his merry band of bloodthirsty barbarians, who are out to torture, kill and possibly eat your favourite radio hosts! Everyone's a critic!
Today's Topic is Form, performed by John Molesworth. The short story is Song for Ulvaak by Allie Goertz. The interview is with Dungeons & Dragons "Dungeon Master" Giorgio Mariani. Songs by Videogram, Tim Dalling and Allison Goertz
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Episode Six – All Alone and Surrounded by Monsters  

Ahoy there! We hope you like adventure and excitement, dear listeners, because Tom is off on an epic quest in this extra special instalment of The Bunker! This month, Tom endures the perils of the terrifying land beneath, while David and Dave enjoy soothing mugs of hot chocolate. Plus news, astrology, biscuits, archaeology, edutainment, nightmarish creatures of the underworld and gardening.
Today's Topic is Journey, performed by George Pearce. The short story is How the Old General Wept, written by Ben Osborn and performed by Alexis McDougall. The interview was performed by Derek Elwood. Songs by Cakes and Ale and Jonathan Day.
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Episode Five – Without a Care in the World  

Well hello there friends! Please enjoy this brand new instalment of The Bunker, a radio station for the post-apocalypse generation! This month, Tom acts, Dave reacts and David attacks. Plus it wouldn't be a proper radio show without breaking news, gardening, astrology, philosophy, murder and biscuits!
Today's Topic is Action, performed by Luke Georgewill. The short story is The Monster Hunters, written and performed by Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock. The interview is with documentary filmmaker David Fedele. Songs by Call Me Greenhorn and Tom Dalling.
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Episode Four – Don't Go Outside  

Hi folks! Good news! Spring has finally hit the Wasteland, engulfing it in ice and snow! This month, tension is in the air. The Bunker has a very special, slightly terrifying guest! Tom has questions, Dave has affections and David has reservations. Plus adverts, a new gardening segment, Mystic Martin, an update on the biscuit situation, more from the marines and a new, theatrical threat to The Bunker is revealed.
Today's Topic is Conflict, performed by Laila Pyne. The Short Story is Luke's Transmission by Luke Georgewill. The interview is with comedian and children's author Catie Wilkins. Songs by Ben White and Sam Goggins feat Ailsa Dalling.
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Episode Three - All Your Friends Are Dead  

Hello hello hello and welcome to another generous serving of the Wasteland's hottest radio broadcast! This month, Tom enters a dream world, Dave dreams of something better and David can't sleep. Plus philosophical marines, angry callers, terrifying advertisements and Martin the Ethereal, the shows new mystic!
Today's Topic is Dreams by Professor Adam Causwell. The short story is The Island of the Sun, performed by David Heathfield. The interview is with musician/singer-songwriter Jonathan Day. Song by Tom Dalling.
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Episode Two - Crumbly, Sugary, Slivers of Hope  

Hello there! It's another beautiful day in the Wasteland and David, David and Tom have got a visitor! There's also a power failure and the possibility of death by asphyxiation, freezing or wild animal. Plus stories, music and lots of stupid jokes!
Today's Topic is Objects by Robert Swinton. The short story is It's Over, performed by Ben Keenan. The interview is with comedian and filmmaker Stuart Laws.
Songs by Jonathan Day and Call Me Greenhorn.
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Episode One - The Best Thing Since Canned Bread  

Greetings from the Wasteland! The year is 2414, civilisation has crumbled like wet biscuit and David, David and Tom have started a radio show from their underground bunker! Tune in for an exciting hour of stories, songs, comedy, drama, horror and an ever increasing sense of futility and despair!
Today's Topic is Beginnings by Veronica Simmonds. The short story is The Raven's Skull, performed by Tim Dalling. The interview is with BAFTA winning animator Mikey Please.
Songs by Quiet Marauder and Mr Blazey.
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