Redux

Redux – Short Wave

While sorting through her deceased uncle’s belongings, Lynn discovers a shoebox of notes documenting an unusual encounter in 1956 on his ham radio. If true, the incident would change the history of spaceflight, but without tangible proof, Lynn discounts the notes as a failed attempt to write a novel until she receives an unexpected text message.

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Written by Alan V Hare
Read by  Mitchel Tew
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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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Redux – Laika

On November 3rd, nineteen fifty-seven, the Soviet Union launched the first living creature into orbit; a stray dog named Laika pulled out of a Moscow animal shelter. The Sputnik II had no re-entry capacity, so this was a one-way trip. In this alternate version of the story, Laika is a passing celestial being accidentally trapped by the earth’s gravity and dragged reluctantly to its surface in the middle of a Moscow winter. Stranded, in the body of a dog, the alien being is forced to intervene in the early Soviet space program to get a ride home.

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Redux – Doctor Plastic

Woken by his barking dog in the middle of the night Frank can’t get back to sleep. Noticing a drawing which has hung in his dining room for decades, he reminisces about the last conversation he had with his old friend Rob. A would-be graphic novelist, Rob invented the supervillain Doctor Plastic, and Frank finds himself grappling with the idea Doctor Plastic may be real.

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Redux – Blackout

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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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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