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Writer-performer Ben Moor's comic sci-fi about the bizarre parallel city of Undone, starring Alex Tregear and Tim Key.

In this second series, Edna tries to make sense of a reality without Undone, heads to another London and uncovers a city-wide drugs racket and interrogates The Prince as she takes on the public information porn industry.

Plus, Edna and Tankerton face their biggest challenge yet and return to her home town to attend a fete worse than death. Finally, Edna must avert an inter-dimensional apocalypse at Tankerton's wedding...

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  • Jordan
  • 01-16-16

Worth a Listen

Definitely worth a listen and well performed.
Occasionally a little clichéd but a very entertaining listen, filled with subtle puns and a good continuation of the original series.

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  • Lady Vic
  • 09-12-17

Very intrusive background music

Continued in a similar vein to series one (with a change in lead actor), but is spolied by the frequency, duration and volume of the background music. Enjoyable enough when it can be heard, but the dialogue is regularly obscured.