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A Rebellion Reborn was the first season of stories produced by B7 Media part of the "audio reboot"[1] of the series.

A Rebellion Reborn consisted of 36 five minute audio stories originally available to listen on the UK's SCIFI channel's website in 2007, with three episodes released weekly[2], these episodes were also released as a podcats. [3]


'In the 23rd Century the galactic Federation was no longer a beacon of democracy and peace. Freedom and justice are thngs of the past. One man chose to oppose this.'

SCI FI is proud to present a new Blake's 7 for a new generation! We will release new chapters every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, so keep checkng back for the latest excitng action! LISTEN NOW![4]

Later in 2007 these 5 minute episodes were collected into three hour-long episodes; Rebel, Traitor and Liberator these were broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and also released on CD.[5]

This season consisted of three releases, with completely separate casting from Blake's 7 television stories. The core concept of Blake's 7 and the same characters across the stories. Aside from single appearance character the only repeat appearance, new character who was not originally in Blake's 7 is Lora Mezin.


The dates shown are when the story was first released to listen as a collected hour-long episode on BBC Radio 4.

Title Writer Broadcast Date
Rebel Ben Aaronovitch 22 December 2007
Traitor Marc Platt 29 December 2007
Liberator James Swallow 5 January 2008

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  1. Audio. B7 Media (2017). Retrieved on 26 November 2017.
  2. Blakes 7 Audio Adventures Now Available. Louise and Simons Blakes 7 Site. Retrieved on 28 November 2017.
  3. Jonathan Thompson (24 December 2006). Blake's 8: The cult is back. The Independent. Archived from the original on 04 November 2012. Retrieved on 28 November 2017.
  4. Blake's 7 The Audio Adventures. SCI FI UK (2006). Archived from the original on 06 October 2007. Retrieved on 28 November 2017.
  5. Blake's 7, Rebel. BBC Radio 4 Extra (2017). Retrieved on 28 November 2017.