30,000 Downloads

September 1st, 2011

Jack continues to march on, we’re pleased to see that we’ve now had 30,000 downloads of Squadron Leader Jack Steel & The Starblade!

Thank you to all of those who have taken the time to listen to the show and for all your great feedback.

 

New Artwork for Episode 7 – 12

December 19th, 2010

We now have the new artwork for episodes 7 – 12, with much thanks to Nigel Potter.

Go to the episodes page or artwork page to check them out!

20,000 Downloads Milestone!

November 16th, 2010

Hurrah!  We’ve now reached 20,000 downloads of Squadron Leader Jack Steel & The Starblade from our website & podcast host – this doesn’t count the when it was broadcast / podcast by the Sonic Society across Canada & the USA!

We’re really please it’s proved so popular, and certainly getting all these downloads makes it all worthwhile.

Thanks for your continued support and check back soon for news about our new podcast series coming next year!

Wayne

Jack Steel in Canada!

May 17th, 2010

We have are happy to announce that we have granted www.sonicsociety.org permission to broadcast and re-podcast Squadron Leader Jack Steel and the Starblade to their 40,000 strong fan base.

By all accounts they will be doing a Jack Steel Marathon on Tuesday 18th May to introduce the series, then it will be weekly after that.

Episode 12 – Showdown

March 1st, 2010

And so the last episode of Squadron Leader Jack Steel & the Starblade has arrived!

Squadron Leader Jack Steel and the Starblade – Episode 12

In the airless void around Uranus, Jack and his companions have finally discovered a weapon that might defeat the Qaxorian invaders. But as they prepare for take off it seems that Mordred has intercepted them once more, maybe for the final time.In the airless void around Uranus, Jack and his companions have finally discovered a weapon that might defeat the Qaxorian invaders. But as they prepare for take off it seems that Mordred has intercepted them once more, maybe for the final time.

Episode 11 – Allies in Adversity

February 21st, 2010

Well, we’re getting near the end now.  We’re proud to present our penultimate episode

Squadron Leader Jack Steel and the Starblade – Episode 11

In their quest to save the Earth, Jack, Charlie and Yvette have blasted off from Titan towards a mysterious space station which might hold the key to defeating the Qaxorian invaders.

Episode 10 – The Agenda of Evil

February 15th, 2010

Squadron Leader Jack Steel and the Starblade – Episode 10

With the help of the Titanian Resistance the Starblade is once more ready to take to the skies. But Jack, Yvette and Charlie’s presence on the moon has brought a deadly foe in their wake in . . .

Episode 9

February 8th, 2010

Squadron Leader Jack Steel and the Starblade – Episode 9

Badly damaged in their first encounter with the Qaxorian fleet, the Starblade has crash landed on the surface of Titan. But will the moon’s mysterious inhabitants prove to be friendly or just another threat?

Episodes 7 and 8 now available

February 1st, 2010

Yes, we’re back for series 2!

Episodes 7 and 8 have now been released.

Squadron Leader Jack Steel and the Starblade – Episode 7

With his plans to subjugate the British Empire in tatters, Quaxorian agent Mordred Pendragon has fled into the depths of space to rendezvous with his alien masters. In close pursuit, Squadron Leader Jack Steel pilots the earthship Starblade, his mission simple. Stop the alien fleet before it reaches Earth and wipes out human civilisation.

Squadron Leader Jack Steel and the Starblade – Episode 8

Deep in the outer reaches of the solar system, Jack Steel has taken the fight to the Qaxorian enemy, only to discover that the Starblade’s weapons are useless against the alien shielding. Now, surrounded by enemy vessels, Jack and his friends face a tough fight to escape.

Jack is back!

January 25th, 2010

Finally, after 15months of waiting, we are pleased to be able to release episode 7 of Squadron Leader Jack Steel & the Starblade.

We’re all really pleased with series 2 – it’s certainly more of what I wanted when the idea was first mooted, and most importantly, it’s the sort of thing I like to listen to.

A big thanks to everyone who was involved.

If you want to find out more visit the website http://tinyurl.com/jacksteel