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An idealistic young journalist tries to make a name for herself by following a group of paranormal explorers, obsessed with a seemingly harmless pastime known as the Left/Right Game. The journey takes her into a supernatural world that she and the other members of the expedition cannot handle or survive. The Left Right Game Starring Tessa Thompson. Created and Written by Jack Anderson. Directed by Emma Tammi. Produced by QCODE, Automatik and Tessa Thompson. Visit qcodemedia.com for more information.
In July of last year, journalism student Alice Sharman left her UK home for a job in America. A few months later she vanished completely. Following a traumatic accident, an old school friend receives the last recordings Alice made and comes to an unsettling conclusion; that Alice Sharman may have documented her own disappearance.   The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more.   Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.   ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
An inquiry at Alice's former workplace provokes more questions than answers. As the convoy continue along The Road, and encounter their first potential danger, Alice begins to wonder if Rob J. Guthard can be trusted. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.    ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.  Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+ Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia  On Twitter @QCODEMedia
A family visit leads to a bizarre confrontation with even stranger implications. As the group begin their second day of travel, Alice begins to investigate Rob J. Guthard. The convoy continue along The Road, and encounter their first major landmark. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.    ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
The search for Alice continues, though no one seems aware that she’s even missing. As the sun sets on a traumatic second day, the convoy stops for the night. As tempers flare and motives are uncovered, the group must decide whether to leave The Road behind or press forward into the unknown. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.   ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
A visit from a psychiatrist casts doubt on Alice's very existence. The convoy begins their tentative third day. As the journey continues, Alice discovers that The Road has a strange effect on those who travel it. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.   ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
Stray Thread | Episode 6

Stray Thread | Episode 6

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Within the halls of Edinburgh University, a final attempt is made to find any trace of Alice Sharman. As the fourth day on the road begins, an unexpected encounter fractures the convoy’s loyalties. In the ensuing fallout, Alice considers what she’s willing to do to ensure the group’s survival. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.   ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
The aftermath of the Edinburgh trip unfolds, as the search for Alice starts to have unintentional effects. As the fifth day begins, the final two cars enter uncharted territory. Alice makes a crucial discovery as new and old threats reveal themselves. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.   ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
The search for Alice reaches an impasse on the doorstep of her family home. As night falls on the forest, Alice is forced to fight for her life as Bluejay hunts for Rob’s car key. As the pair battle for the upper hand, Bluejay proves that she’s willing to do anything to leave the convoy, and the Left/Right Game, behind. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.   ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
As the doubts about Alice’s existence are seemingly answered, one final question remains; what now? As Alice and Rob head deeper into uncharted territory, Rob’s history with The Road is revealed. The pair are forced to consider their place within the Left/Right Game, as they encounter their most daunting landmark yet. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.   ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
On the streets of Phoenix, Arizona, and the otherworldly highway of The Road, two long lost friends approach a final crossroads. Both have a choice to make; to keep going on the road ahead, or turn back to the world they know. However, a few ultimate revelations remain, just a few turns away, which may have already made the choice for them. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.   ~~   From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and Soft Voice with Naomi Scott.   Listen to this episode uninterrupted (without ads in the middle) with QCODE+ on Apple Podcasts. QCODE+ subscribers also enjoy special bonus episodes which include conversations with the creators of the show. For more information visit QCODE+   Follow us: On Instagram @QCODEMedia On Twitter @QCODEMedia
Friends growing apart happens, but creatures crashing a fantasy convention… not so much.  Five high schoolers bonded over the Bloodthirsty Hearts novel series turned slightly-erotic movie franchise as kids, and now it’s what brings them back together for the first-ever fan convention. However, what starts as fun and games quickly turns into a fight-for-your-life event as creatures from the same universe invade. Will the childhood friends be able to work past their differences and survive the night? Perhaps their shared obsession will prove to be useful after all… ~~ From the makers of Classified and Ronstadt comes Bloodthirsty Hearts, a supernatural comedy premiering everywhere July 7. QCODE+ subscribers on Apple Podcasts will get early access to new episodes before anyone else and exclusive bonus content. Learn more at apple.co/qcode. Produced by QCODE and Tenderfoot TV (Up and Vanished, Radio Rental). Created and written by George V. Ghanem and directed by Sam Beasley. Starring Victoria Moroles, Gus Birney, Sofia Bryant, Sivan Alyra Rose, and Cheyenne Haynes with Taran Killam, Happy Anderson, Naomi Grossman, and Ezra Buzzington. All 8 episodes will be available for free, but QCODE+ subscribers get early, uninterrupted access to new episodes.
In the not-so-distant future, mind readers are outlawed in Los Angeles. Sid (Dianna Agron) and her family have spent years spent fighting to protect her true identity as a reader, but her life quickly starts to unravel when a string of gruesome murders are suspected to have been committed by a mind reader. Sid’s true identity risks exposure when she becomes entangled in a romantic affair with a mysterious woman named Andie (Maria Sten), who seems to be involved in a sinister underworld. But after spending her whole life living in the shadows to protect her true identity, Sid is willing to do everything in her power to love and be loved. From the makers of Last Known Position, The Left Right Game, and From Now comes Narcissa, a grounded futuristic thriller premiering everywhere July 20th. QCODE+ subscribers on Apple Podcasts will get early access to new episodes before anyone else and exclusive bonus content. Learn more at apple.co/qcode.  Produced by QCODE. Created, written, and directed by Alex O Eaton. Starring Dianna Agron and Maria Sten.
Comments (176)

leo buonsanto

will there be a season 2?

May 31st
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AKA

Am I the only one that is so lost in the ending?

Apr 24th
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NoahArkwright

As an American, i relate to Alice - held hostage by a raving lunatic with a gun who is raving about nonsense and completely lost in their own delusion, who is willing to kill people rather than face an uncomfortable reality.

Apr 20th
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Pieter Kort

great story. worth a listen

Oct 19th
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Bleepboop

Heck I'm crying and traumatised

Aug 18th
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Valerie Fajardo

Sarah tripping at the finish line and wasting Apollo's sacrifice.

Aug 6th
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James Heaney

Wonderful, thrilling series. breathtakingly well-produced. I love how much it trusted the listeners to follow along rather than holding our hands every step of the way. in terms of writing and acting and production, this is quite possibly the best Audio Drama I've ever heard -- and I've been listening to (and creating!) audio drama since the big thing in Audio Drama was the Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd, so I've been around the block. Major props especially to John Billingsley, America's Grandpop, and to whichever heroically overlooked sound engineer managed the stereo panning for this series -- you fleshed out a real world here and most listeners will never even notice because it was so smooth. it should be noted, however, that we learn in this final episode but Alice is a despicable and irredeemable character. I don't object to that creative choice at all, it was a great, smart ending... but I really hate Alice now after nine episodes of really liking her, and I just wanted to vent about that someplace! Alice, how could anyone do that to your parents? how could you do that to ROB? YOUR FRIEND? how could anyone betray so many so completely? do you think saving him somehow justifies it? because, if Rob has any sense, he will spend the rest of his life seeking revenge on the monster you knowingly choose to become. at least Blue Jay had the excuse of her self-imposed illusions. you're just evil. and, again, I love that a show made me feel this strongly about a character in the end. fantastic. five stars.

Jul 7th
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Tasia

Is this woody Haralson's voice??

May 17th
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BaffleGab0licious

I think it's okay to tell a comforting lie while someone is dying, I would have done the same

May 13th
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Shane Lees

2 minutes in great voice actors. The rest of you podcasters need to understand something important. voice acting is in service to the story. You can have a great story, but if the voice acting sucks ass, we won't give you our time. We'll move onto the next podcast that isn't shit.

May 12th
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BaffleGab0licious

This is giving me House of Leaves vibes...

May 11th
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For The Love Of a HORSE

Of course the author doesn't give what wld be considered normal in any of his/her podcasts. Don't we know already it's HIS signature forte. Like an ellusive somebody in their own mind, this person is driven to do such things. Attention? Control? Who knows, and who cares? Well I think the author might. Just to hear us squirm thru our msgs. Such a guy.

Apr 15th
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Viacheslav

It's not bad, but the story is strange. If u go for something, may be to save the world, or some other goal, its okay. But in this story they hit the road just for the road itself. For me it's has no logic at all.

Mar 27th
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JustBooksAndCoffee

I am actually quite happy Sarah died.

Jan 30th
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Amelia W

So, soooo good. It's hard to find really gripping audio drama and this hit the nail on the head. Loving this podcast so far. Clyde is an incredible voice actor too. It's somewhat reminiscent of Stephen King, but softer of that makes sense. Also, is anyone else shipping Jen and Alice?

Jan 14th
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ID20603699

It’s so hard to stay in the moment when a common word mispronounced. “In-cred-doo-ality”? Really? Not to mention trying to buy into a journalist who says things like “Wow, you were in [the war in] Vietnam? How was that for you?”

Jan 12th
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Alex F. Lazo

amazing podcast in terms of story and sound effects. but i wish it had some narrating from third person so i could understand a little more some situations.

Dec 19th
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Simon Tran

They could of written the Blue Jay character better. Very one dimensional character with no redeeming qualities.

Dec 12th
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Alex F. Lazo

i didn't get it. what was that thing? it sounded like a monster but Bristol recognized it's shirt from the wrecked car way back.

Dec 10th
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Luc Apple

This is great but I think The Dark Somnium did it better. 😂

Nov 17th
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