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Ken Likeley – Shapeless Mistake

Instead of receiving his rare rock from an online lapidary store, a series of unfortunate oversights switches Ken’s order for an unusual 72-year-old frozen alien sample. When the thing disappears from Ken’s kitchen counter, he blames the neighbour’s cat. But he soon discovers his missing rock has a taste for Leaf’s organically grown vegetables.

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Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchell Tew.

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The Artificial

One of the human computers in a data processing triad, concerned over errors in their predictions, suspects their newest member is a plant working for the artificial intelligence which has taken over the globe. As her suspicions grow, she begins to notice anomalies in her own environment, which point to an unexpected source for the problems her computing group is having.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Diary an Unintentional Extraordinary Life: Two Economy Class

To boost his fledgling career, and watch his mon receive a lifetime service award, Doctor Slow-mo, a neophyte superhero, attempts to go to his first professional superhero conference. While other members of his family use their powers or influence to get to there, Doctor Slow-mo ends up going on a commercial flight. When lousy weather forces his plane to redirect to a different airport, circumstances press Doctor Slow-mo into action.

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Written by Alan V Hare.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Redux – Forty-five Minutes

Ada awakens on a deserted space station as its solar cells begin to catch the sun and bring power, heat and light back to its cold interior. Although she knows her name, Ada can not remember how she got to the station or why no one else is on board. As she explores the cramped compartments, it becomes evident something significant has happened and she has been intentionally marooned on the derelict station.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Diary an Unintentional Extraordinary Life: One Origin

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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CREDITS

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by  Mitchel Tew

Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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