Recently graduated and licensed, Doctor Slow-mo, the youngest member of a family with a long history of incredible powers, explains life for the modern superhero in the gig economy, which has challenges the older generations didn’t have to face. On Slow-mo’s first paid gig, things don’t go as planned when the client flees the scene, and the villain turns on Slow-mo.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Ellie, a student, rents the only room she can afford near her university. But the place turns out to have a colony of flies and a slightly pungent smell. She finds the flies’ behaviour odd and very distracting. Frustrated by her landlord’s refusal to help, she complains to the city. Too late, Ellie discovers the flies are intelligent and had come to a unique agreement with the previous tenant.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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In what might or might not be an experiment in social engineering conducted by Leaf’s dog Planet, the local community association decides to replace all the grass in Broadwalk Estates’ public spaces with drought-resistant plants. In protest, Ken and his neighbour Lily Green decide to withdraw from the association.

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Dmytro, an 89-year-old ex-miner who refused to move away from an abandoned Uranium mine, knows he must reveal his secret to Naomie and Michael, the two journalists who have come up north to interview him. However, he is reluctant to do so and hopes the two will leave Fission City before events beyond his control force them into the same choices he had to make. But even after Dmytro tries to tell Naomie that he is not alone, she refuses to believe him.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Dmytro, an 89-year-old ex-miner who refused to leave an abandoned Uranium mine site, tells his story to a young journalist hoping to launch her career. However, the reason Dmytro has lived alone for over forty years is not that he is a hermit; he had no choice if he wanted humanity to survive.

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Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by  Mitchel Tew

Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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