A vast empire threatened by rebellion. A fiction podcast on an epic scale set in the most powerful city on earth... Visit www.tumanbay.com to see full credits and download scripts. Can't get enough of the Tumanbay universe? The first Tumanbay novel, "The City of a Thousand Faces" by Walker Dryden, is now available.
Phil Jay - Woodworkers Tea Break - Oct 12, 2020
"If you have watched GOT then I think this is a great listen as the landscapes and characters your mind builds while you listen is just like GOT. It stands as one of my favourites if not my favourite podcast/audio drama. Production is top notch, stories are great, acting is outstanding."
Kev - Tea In The Sahara - Tea In The Sahara - Jul 27, 2020
"Each of the four series feels like they are set out individually with their own storyline, yet masterfully link together with one glorious theme; which is super clever writing. The actors used in Tumanbay are quite simply outstanding. The display of accents and vocal abilities really makes you feel like you are within the city walls, walking alongside the cast on those secretive cobbled streets. I also want to touch on the beautifully crafted music incorporated throughout the series composed by Sacha Puttnam. That said if you enjoy a really solid audio drama set in a semi fictional past you couldn’t ask for better than Tumanbay."
Kate Vane - What Big Ears Blog - Feb 15, 2016
"This is wonderful drama, full of twists and moral ambiguity. There is a large cast, but the characters are vivid and distinctive so you soon know where you are, if not who to believe. Tumanbay shows what audio drama can do at its best, and why we love it. If you trust the listener you can conjure up palaces and walled cities and deserts and ships and armies. You can have a narrator who will confide in the listener while he deceives everyone else. You can have beauty and brutality, music and war. We don’t need pictures, just vision."
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