While on vacation on a holiday moon Cala takes a late-night walk and ends up being taken by aliens to a bizarre place, where she is forced to play a very important game of chance.

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While investigating a complaint about an oversized house, which mysteriously appeared in his neighbourhood, Ken meets the eccentric and angry owner who rather than conforming to city building codes tries to bribe Ken by granting him four wishes. At first, Ken dismisses the peculiar home owner’s suggestion as nonsense but soon learns, when a careless wish threatens to consume Leaf’s backyard greenhouse and the entire neighbourhood, that the homeowner is more than what he seems. To save Leaf’s heirloom tomatoes Ken is forced to make a carefully worded wish, but the results are not exactly as in intended.

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Read by Mitchell Tew.

Opening and Closing Theme, Magical Mystery by 8TH Mode Music, Audio Jungle Music Mass Reproduction Licence.

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After a catastrophic accident obscures the stars in the night sky, Zoe Gagnon’s attempt to reignite the world’s imagination by launching a globe-spanning artwork into orbit runs afoul of a billionaire’s ambition to start a colony on Mars when someone her gives away one of her well-guarded secrets.

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchell Tew.

Opening and Closing Theme David H.

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While on a tour of Space Park in California, Ken Likeley is given a rather odd souvenir by an annoying member of his tour group. Ken thinks nothing of it until an extraterrestrial turns up at his house claiming to be from the asteroid Oumuamua and demands Ken turn the souvenir over to it. Ken refuses until Planet, Ken’s neighbour’s dog, takes control of the situation.

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchell Tew.

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Ivan Petrenko’s entire life has revolved around his quest to seek official recognition of his family’s apparent abduction by extraterrestrials while on a camping trip in Ontario in the late 1950’s. Responding to an online post, Marie, the daughter of a researcher who worked on a top-secret cold war era project called MK Ultra, contacts and arranges to meet with Ivan. What Marie reveals contradicts what Ivan has believed since he was eight years old but confirms that something nefarious did happen to his family.

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Ballto Kenney.

Opening and Closing Theme David H.

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