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AntiSF Radio Show 158 Delta

Welcome spaced out listeners of the AntiSF Radio Show, wherever in our out of the galaxy you may be, although I suspect most of you are somewhere within the Orion Arm.
Sound the alert. This is issue 158 Delta. Thanks for listening with me. I won't guarantee the state of your eardrums, but please download and listen to another fine selection of stories from the pages of AntiSF, including two speculative flash tales one of them fantasy, and the other rather horrific, namely
"A Spot of Tea" by ML Sawyer, and
"Fly Eyes" by Pen Clements.
The show is nicely rounded out with a longer piece of humerous horror fantasy from Crisetta MCleod, famous for her appearance in the very first AntiSF pilot, with a new story called "The Salutary Tale of the GABA Interspecies Teaparty, 2010". And thanks to Crisetta's grandson for the image of one of the characters in that story, reproduced right here.
As usual, storytime is wrapped in selected music -- usually tunes with a bit of a difference to the norm -- sourced from the Free Music Archive.
Details below.

Open the windows and let the sun shine (R\xe9gis Turner) / CC BY- NC-SA 3.0
A Series of Minor Personal Tragedies (The Windom Earle All Stars) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
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Direct download: 016-antipod-158-delta.mp3
Category:Speculative Fiction -- posted at: 9:29pm AEDT
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AntipodeanSF Issue 158 Gamma

Greetings Speculative Fiction Lovers. Here 'tis, the AntiSF Radio Show 158 Gamma. Settle back into your zero-grav relaxation space suits and be prepared for a four-dimensional assault on your ears. This week's show features two of the great science fiction stories from the pages of AntipodeanSF Issue 158, namely "Grim Love Bus" by Matt Stephens, narrated by Mark Tremble, and "Time Enough" by Steve Carter, narrated by Paul Cole of the "Beam Me Up" Science Fiction and Fact Podcast and weekly radio show on US radio station WRFR in Rockland Maine.
Also in the mix this week you'll hear
News updates -- a non-supplemental to the regular "Bullsheet" News.
Excerpts from a recent Gleny Rae Virus concert that featured more than a few mentions of science fiction, and Sue Clennell's "E-Scapes" Review of "Queen Elizabeth's Wooden Teeth" along with a longer classic story from the Golden Age of SF, sourced from Librivox: A delightful gem called, "And All The Earth A Grave" by CC Macapp. All of this story madness is bracketed in electronic music from the Free Music Archive from Silent Strike, Epsilon Not, Steve Carter's Teknosadist, and Russian Chip Tuners, Teleidofusion.

Artwork on this article "Chimeria" by Steve Carter of S.C.A.R.

Quicklime Minders of The Apocalypse - by Teknosadist Reproduced with permission of the performers and writers.

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Direct download: 015-antipod-158-gamma.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:36pm AEDT
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AntipodeanSF Radio Show Comment Line Telephone 02 80058077

Hi all,

AntiSF Radio Show listeners -- you can leave your audio comments on our new voicemail and recorded comment number.

Ring us now and say a big hello to the SF world, make an audio comment, conduct your own review about a story, give us a shout and say "Bewdy Nuke", or interview yourself with your own questions.

You can also ring the number and read us a story, tell us a speculative joke, or give us a good old science fiction limerick in realtime Asimovian style.

Here's the number:

Within Australia: 02 80058077

Outside Australia +61 2 8005 8077

Nuke.

PS: HAL, please don't call.

Category:general -- posted at: 12:11am AEDT
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AntiSF Radio Show 158 Beta

Greetings listeners far and wide in time and space. This is the AntiSF radio show 158 beta, and I'm your not so Borg host, Nuke, and I am imprisoned in this lonely studio along with your head to bring you this show. And it's a ripper, perhaps even a tearer of the timeline. Please find in this show the audio versions of three stories from the pages of this month's magazine, including:
"Catharsis" by Kevin J. Phyland -- more info at: <http://wycheproof.my100megs.com/WWW/index.html>
"The Cinema Attendant" by JL Cooper
"Re-Life" by Mark Tremble
You'll also hear a flashback to AntipodeanSF issue 125, with
"PLease Register" by Shaune Lafferty Webb (find her book "Bus Stop on a Strange Loop" at <www.winterbournepublishing.com.au>.
Meanwhile, Jan Napier looks at "Hicky Knocky and "Forsaken Blossoms" by Glenn Cannon.
As if that's not enough, you will also hear interviews with members of "Screaming Bikini" on tour, including singer Sarah Mcleod (ex "The Superjesus"), bass player KJ, and the talented Minnie Marks.
Music this week is by "Flamingo", from their album "Superpalm", with an excerpt from "Open The Window and Let the Sun Shine" by Regis Turner, and a wax-cylinder recording from 1912 of "Dance of the Priestesses of Dagon Saint-Saens" by the Victor Herbert Orchestra.

Bad Panda #93 (Superpalm) by Flamingo is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.

Open the windows and let the sun shine by Régis Turner is licensed under an Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

1911 - Dance of the Priestesses of Dagon (Saint-Saëns) by Victor Herbert Orchestra is licensed under aPublic Domain Mark 1.0 License.

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Direct download: 014-antipod-158-beta.mp3
Category:Speculative Fiction -- posted at: 11:18pm AEDT
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AntiSF Radio Show 158 Alpha

Welcome to Issue 158 Alpha, nowhere near its namesake moonbase established in 1999, although you may be. Thanks for joining me here on the crust of a rather moist planet for another adventure in flash speculative fiction, right here on the AntipodeanSF Radio Show, which is just where science fiction, fantasy and horror belongs. So why not hang around for a while and soak up a little story action, all of it wrapped in electronic music from French minimum beatmeister musician "Mobster", extracted from his second album "My Sleep".
Don't run away yet, though. I still have hold of your ankles. And it's time for some flash. Indeed, the whole show, including three stories from the magazine:

"A Light-Bulb Moment" by Shelley Ontis
"Mother Heart" by Ray O'Brien
"Murmurs" by Shaun Saunders

You'll also cop a film review from Rhino about "Super 8", and the ever-popular Bullsheet news for this month.

Artwork here and at the magazine this month is by Christopher Lenhart of <lenhartillustration.com>.

Mon Sommeil (Mobster) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0

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Direct download: 013-antipod-158-alpha.mp3
Category:Speculative Fiction -- posted at: 1:17am AEDT
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