Saga of a Fugitive Fleet
Saga of a Fugitive Fleet is a one-off audio drama written, directed and produced by Daniel Earnshaw and released by Explore Multimedia on 4 December 2000. It features the voice talents of a bulk of 1978 Battlestar Galactica's performers, including Terry Carter (Tigh), Laurette Spang (Cassiopeia), Jack Stauffer (Bojay), Noah Hathaway (Boxey), Anne Lockhart (Sheba) and Sarah Rush (Rigel). Utilized are previously recorded audio by performers Lorne Greene (Adama), John Colicos (Baltar) and Richard Hatch (Apollo), derived from extant works.
Ostensively a version of the Original Series with the "serial numbers" filed off, Saga features voice talents of various Original Series' performers while eschewing the use of copyrighted terms and direct references to Original Series tales.
According to writer-producer Daniel Earnshaw, Saga had been designed to feature a larger involvement of Richard Hatch as co-writer and co-producer, but his involvement never came to fruition due to Hatch's passing in 2017.
- "Space Mutiny"
- Track Time: 1h7m
- Summary: Tensions run high as a vote on the direction of the fleet approaches, but control has been seized in a mutiny by someone who has their own agenda…
- (Space Mutiny is a remake of the 1988 B-Movie of the same name - used with permission.)
- "Fail Safe"
- Track Time: 56m
- Summary: When an unknown force pulls the stricken fleet off course, an improvised mission sets off to find the source and the risk is greater than anyone could have thought…
- "Quarantine World"
- Track Time: 51m
- Summary: On a world that should never be visited, time and space are being manipulated and a crash-landed cadet meets someone who just shouldn’t be there…
- "Paradise Void"
- Track Time: 57m
- Summary: On the eve of the vote to decide the fleet’s fate, a signal from outside the fleet might decide the outcome unless the truth can be found…
- Earnshaw, Daniel (1 December 2020). ColonialFleets.com: Saga of a Fugitive Fleet - 4 Audio Dramas - OUT NOW! (backup available on Archive.org) (in ). Retrieved on 19 December 2021.