After a tumor damaged Reina’s spinal cord, she is confined to a wheelchair until she volunteers for an experimental treatment using newly developed implants. The procedure, which she could otherwise never afford, is successful, and initially, she is thankful for the chance to walk again. But there is a service Reina must provide for the rest of her life. One which she has inadvertently agreed to in the fine print of the end user agreement.

Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchell Tew
Opening and Closing Theme David H.

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After almost 60 years Leonid Petrov decides that it is finally time to tell his story. Written out of history because his mission was deemed a failure and forgotten because no one believes his explanation of what happened in orbit, Leonid claims he was the first person in space. And that he has a significant revelation which has been kept from the world for generations.

Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchell Tew
Opening and Closing Theme David H.

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After noticing a ghostly figure in a series of photos, Trisha, a top performing career architect, attending her company retreat starts getting a series of unusual messages on her cell phone. At first, she suspects a colleague but soon realizes that it can’t be possible. Eventually, she discovers that the perpetrator is herself, and her identical other has an important message about the future of the world.

Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchell Tew
Opening and Closing Theme David H.

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Ralph, a landlord, arrives back after an extended vacation to find his rental property in a mess and his tenant, a bitcoin miner, unconscious. While recovering in a hospital, his tenant begins to weave an unbelievable story of inadvertent invention and revenge. Both the result of her obsession with a 200-year-old algorithm she discovered and implemented.

Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchell Tew
Opening and Closing Theme David H.

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Choi Min-Seo, a successful billionaire, obsessed with what he thinks he sees in a 1972 photo, taken on the last Nasa moon mission, creates his own space program to prove his theory. He manages to…