Nikolay, a Russian cosmonaut, is stranded on a secret Red Army moonbase when the Soviet Union collapses. Believing the USSR’s dissolution is propaganda designed to smoke out the lunar installation, he maintains the moonbase avoiding contact with Earth. After what he considers 30 years to have passed, circumstances suddenly change, challenging Nikolay’s perception of reality. Regardless, he is determined to carry out his mission.
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Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchel Tew
Audio Post-production Matthew Erdmann
Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume
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