In 1768, the Fortitude set sail from the famous port of Damprot, the Jewel of the Gravy Isles; a journey that was to have influence far beyond those shores, as they encounter treacherous butterflies, plant-worshipping religious zealots, boiling oceans, cannibalistic sausages, and perhaps even the very source of pleasure itself, Heaven's Clover.
"One of the most enthralling auditory experiences in the podcasting world." (AV Club)
"Fruity botanic satire so good you’ll soil yourself" (Karl Puschmann, NZ Herald)
"Equal parts Around the World in 80 Days, 10,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and Journey to the Center of the Earth, and a sort of terrifying Dr Seuss set on a sailing ship in an alternate reality." (Melissa Locker, The Guardian)
INTERVIEW with the creators’ Duncan Sarkies, James Milne and Stephen Templer on RNZ’s Culture101 here.