Episodes
Listen to the first episode of UNSEEN, the new audio fiction podcast from the makers of Wolf 359, Zero Hours, and Time:Bombs.
Published 11/02/20
The creative team behind Wolf 359 is fundraising to make a new audio fiction show! There's less than 48 hours left on the clock, so if you'd like to help, now's the moment to visit www.unseen.show!
Published 09/08/20
Hello Dear Listeners!  We're popping back into the Wolf 359 feed for a quick special announcement! Gabriel Urbina, Sarah Shachat, and Zach Valenti, the creative team behind Wolf 359, are making a new audio fiction show! It's called Unseen, and it's an urban fantasy series!  They're fundraising for the show on Kickstarter right now, and it would mean the world to them if you could help them make the show a reality! Visit https://unseen.show/.
Published 08/11/20
Happy Holidays from all of us at Wolf 359 HQ! Thrilled to announce two big merch updates, just in time for the holidays: our Official Logo T-Shirt is now live, along with digital downloads of all the bonus material we created for our patrons on our now retired Patreon page. You can check all that out and more at http://store.wolf359.fm For more Holiday Order Deadlines, see: https://www.printful.com/holiday-order-deadlines Thank you all for your support!
Published 12/10/19
Hello Dear Listeners!  We're re-activating the Wolf 359 feed for a very special announcement from the man of a thousand voices, Zach Valenti himself. The creative team behind Wolf 359 has just released a brand-new audio drama anthology series called Zero Hours.  We think it's pretty neat, and so we wanted share the first episode, which features a couple other voices you're probably familiar with...  We hope you enjoy, and you can check out the rest of Zero Hours at www.zerohourspodcast.com.
Published 10/21/19
Published 10/21/19
Faced with yet another affront to his dignity, Communications Officer Eiffel expresses his frustrations the only way he knows how - through the miracle of radio.  Written by Zach Valenti, Sarah Shachat, and Gabriel Urbina. Directed by Gabriel Urbina. Performed by Zach Valenti and Emma Sherr-Ziarko. Original music by Alan Rodi. Originally commissioned by Spoke. 
Published 12/24/18
Forced to deal with the unique challenge of figuring out how to put on a space suit, Communications Officer Eiffel does his best to break it down into small, manageable steps. Written by Zach Valenti, Sarah Shachat, and Gabriel Urbina. Directed by Gabriel Urbina. Performed by Zach Valenti. Original music by Alan Rodi. Originally commissioned by Spoke. 
Published 12/24/18
Communications Officer Eiffel explores the far reaches of the Hephaestus, and goes on a journey like no other. Written by Zach Valenti, Sarah Shachat, and Gabriel Urbina. Directed by Gabriel Urbina. Performed by Zach Valenti. Original music by Alan Rodi. Originally commissioned by Spoke. 
Published 12/24/18
It's been one year since the release of our finale episode! To commemorate the occasion, we are finally releasing the full version of Pryce and Carter's Deep Space Survival Procedure and Protocol Manual, as well as three new mini episodes. Happy Holidays!
Published 12/24/18
Fire up the old podcasting apps, and join Doug Eiffel himself, Zach Valenti, for a whirlwind update on what some of the cast and crew have been up to this year.
Published 11/14/18
Please be advised this episode of Wolf 359 contains violence and the use of firearms. Listener discretion is advised. Our finale episode. Faced with a choice between finally going home and stopping Pryce and Cutter's master plan, the crew of the Hephaestus heads towards their final confrontation with their enemies, their past selves, and each other. Plus, the Doug Eiffel Fastball Special, the lies we tell ourselves, another bad plan, cool stuff with robots, and one day more.
Published 12/26/17
Before you dive into our finale episode, one last quick announcement from the show's producers. Thank you to everyone for three and a half amazing years!
Published 12/26/17
Mission Mishaps, entry eight. SI-5 surveillance log. Entry #CRT004. Maxwell and Jacobi try to talk their way out of a mandatory assignment.
Published 12/24/17
Investigative reporter Andrea Nash is having a very good day. She's flown halfway around the world on a very special assignment: an exclusive interview with Marcus Cutter, the infamous Director of Communications for Goddard Futuristics.
Published 12/21/17
Please be advised this episode of Wolf 359 contains instances of violence and use of firearms. Listener discretion is advised. With the wayward pod successfully recovered but Doctor Pryce still in the hands of the rebellious crew, Cutter must find a way to defuse an explosive hostage situation. Will the uneasy truces formed during the state of emergency last long enough for both sides to reach a diplomatic compromise?
Published 12/12/17
Mission Mishaps, entry seven. SI-5 surveillance log. Entry #FRD916. Kepler and Jacobi try to keep themselves entertained during a stakeout.
Published 12/06/17
Trapped with Kepler and Pryce on board a jettisoned pod from the Sol, Eiffel and Minkowski must find a way to avoid all manner of imminent death. Before too long, a delicate truce has been struck, as both sides try to find a way out of their predicament.
Published 11/30/17
Mission Mishaps, Entry Six. Hephaestus Log #TRK536. Day 553. Eiffel takes the lead on cooking dinner for the crew's second Thanksgiving on the Hephaestus.
Published 11/22/17
Please be advised this episode of Wolf 359 contains instances of violence and body horror. Listener discretion is advised. Having freed themselves from Pryce's mind control, Eiffel, Minkowski, Hera, Lovelace, and Jacobi need to come up with a plan for how to escape from the Hephaestus. But their new scheme will force them to face a formidable challenge: getting through the Sol's security system, an obstacle unlike any they have ever faced before.
Published 11/14/17
Mission Mishaps, Entry Five. Hephaestus Log #WYL320. Day four hundred and eighty-seven. Eiffel reads scary stories and hears something in the dark.
Published 11/08/17
Please be advised this episode of Wolf 359 contains violence. Listener discretion is advised. Part two of two. Newly released from Pryce's mental control, Eiffel works with Lovelace and Hera to try to save the rest of the crew. But as the situation becomes more and more volatile - and as their enemies get more and more suspicious - will the communications officer be able to retain his newfound freedom?
Published 11/04/17
Please be advised this episode of Wolf 359 contains disturbing content. Listener discretion is advised. Part one of two. With the crew brainwashed into doing their bidding and Hera forced to comply with her creator's wishes, Pryce and Cutter seem to be in complete control of the Hephaestus. But when a a small flaw in their plan and an unexpected opportunity present themselves, will Lovelace be able to fight back against Command and their agents?
Published 11/01/17
Mission Mishaps, entry four. Hephaestus Log #NOL858. Day 411.
Published 10/28/17
Mission Mishaps, entry three. Hephaestus Log #WME389. Day three-hundred and seventy-two. Eiffel encounters a stowaway.
Published 10/12/17