Running time: 25 minutes
Milford and Parker, two soft furnishings factory workers from London, lost their job, but while they were clearing out their lockers Milford found a portal to a parallel world. Gravia, the world they end up in, seems similar to our own, but for the two losers in our world Gravia has one huge chance to offer - it turns out that it was predicted that the Chosen One will arrive to this world to overpower the tyrant that brutally rules in the land. The one feature that will distinct him from all other people will be number of fingers - eleven to be exact - and it just happens that Milford has that feature. They meet small man named Marmite the Dwarf, who recognizes the Chosen One in Milford, and he becomes their guide in this totalitarian world, where emperor Raamen Bod is keen to lay his hands on one object that will give him the absolute power - the Sofa of Time. Milford and Parker has to hurry up and find the sofa before it will be too late. Of course the arrival of Chosen One wasn’t overlooked by the agents of Raamen Bod and he sends his best men to track them down. Well, maybe not the best, but General Geezer has his strong points...
Radio sci-fi program written and performed by Nick Frost and Matt King, set in a dystopian reality of parallel universe, in which the Chosen One has to avoid being caught by the forces of emperor and at the same time find the legendary Sofa of Time, the only object that separated evil emperor from absolute power. While written by comedians and containing some comic elements The Sofa of Time isn’t actually as light-hearted as it may sound. Yes, there are elements of comedy, there are elements of parody, but at the same time there are elements of drama and sci-fi. The Sofa of Time was not very impressive as comedy, but quite good as sci-fi show.
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Wasteland and Fallout games created a fascinating world full of mysteries and colourful characters with some small loopholes, some big loopholes and some gigantic loopholes. Here are the 7 things about Wasteland that makes no sense.
There are areas on Earth where things happen that are escaping any logical explanation - tiny little crystals that are able to give energy to start the car, gravity traps that can kill or mutilate human being within second, unexplained phenomena inviting and dangerous at the same time.