Somewhere Sometime

Generation 201

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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Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by  Mitchel Tew

Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Fission City (Part 2)

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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Written by Alan V Hare.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Fission City (Part 1)

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.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Dissonant Frequency

An inventor rediscovers the work of a 20th-century composer exploring the effects of hypersonic sound on the human body and creates a device that can cure cancer. However, to keep control of the process, he hires a down and out performer who pretends to have mystic healing powers. Under the stress of success and fame, the partnership begins to fall apart, forcing the inventor to take drastic measures to protect the process from exploitation.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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The Gig

A person on a government support program is given no choice but to join a new self-employment initiative, which will make them part of the growing gig economy. The job involves having a mesh hub implanted under their skin to create ad hoc communication networks for clients. At first, they are reluctant but soon discover the gig has many advantages until they find themselves a pawn in a much larger scheme.

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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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