The Amelia Project – Season 1

The Amelia Project – Season 1

FEBRUARY 1, 2018 – “Congratulations. You’ve reached The Amelia Project. This phone call isn’t happening. If you’re not serious about this, hang up. Now.”

The Amelia Project offers a very special service: Faking its clients’ deaths! Its eccentric clientele includes cult leaders, politicians and porn stars, all desperate to disappear and start over… But how long can the secrecy last?

The story follows an underground organization helping their clients disappear and reappear with a new identity. Each episode focuses on the interview where The Amelia Project decide whether or not to take on a client. We get to know why they need to disappear, and what their tailor made fake death will look like. The mysterious Interviewer seems to have only one real criteria when picking clients: “Do you have an interesting story?”

The show mixes comedy with healthy doses of mystery and suspense, and might appeal to lovers of both comedy and caper stories.

Reviewers have been more than enthusiastic. Here are some of the things they’ve said:

“Without a doubt the best new podcast to come out in the last year.” – EAST_Corps_Productions

“After two episodes, I was hooked.” – FanGirl Nation Magazine

“superb acting and writing” – little human reviews

The Amelia Project is an independent audio drama podcast by Imploding Fictions, a company based out of Norway and France. The show is produced in association with Open House Theatre in Austria. Showrunners Philip Thorne and Oystein Ulsberg Brager have their background in live theatre, and The Amelia Project is their first audio drama series.

Music and sound design is by Fredrik S. Baden, and the graphic design by Anders Pedersen. Alan Burgon stars as the Interviewer, and the show also features Julia C. Thorne, Julia Morizawa (known from The Bright Sessions) and lots of other guest actors from across Europe and beyond.

The first episode was published in December 2017, and the biweekly release schedule for season one goes up to April 2018.

You can listen to The Amelia Project on iTunes / Apple Podcasts:

You can also listen on our webpage:

The show is also featured on a number of other podcast players, including: Google Play, Overcast, RSS, Radio Player FM, Pocketcast, Stitcher, Podbean, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, and Podible.


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