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Welcome to the AntipodeanSF Radio Show, hosted by the editor of AntipodeanSF, Ion Newcombe, aka "Nuke" or "The Jollyfish". Ion selects the best in speculative flash fiction for these shows, with stories often narrated by the authors themselves. 

Listen in weekly to a show devoted to the presentation of flash speculative fiction stories (science fiction, fantasy, and horror).

The AntiSF Radio show also features discussions and panel presentations recorded at various speculative fiction conventions and awards ceremonies.

AntiSF is where speculative flash fiction belongs - downside up!

 

Apr 30, 2016

G’day and welcome. Are you listening to us on a radio? And if you are, have you heard Fornax A? Here’s the subtle connection. Radio station 2NVR modulates a signal centred at a frequency of 105.9 million hertz, while Fornax A is the fourth brightest radio collective in the firmament measured at a frequency of...


Apr 23, 2016

Greetings and salutations, it’s another AntipodeanSF Radio Show, today designated Fath 703. What’s that fath all about? Well, it’s like this. I’m Nuke, your host and editor, and Fath 703 is named after Arthur Edward Fath, astronomer, who was instrumental in the discovery that spiral nebulae were huge...


Apr 16, 2016

Draco Dwarf is never thrown. G’day and welcome to the AntiSF Radio Show sporting that name. But what’s that. Well, it’s spheroidal like a soccer ball, and it is part of the Local Group, actually yet another satellite of the Milky Way, and is currently about 261 million light years away. Not so far by recent...


Apr 9, 2016

G’day and welcome to The AntipodeanSF Radio Show Cygnus A. G’day, I’m Nuke, and I’m here to introduce what is to us here in the Sol system, one of the strongest radio sources in the sky. It was discovered by Grote Reber in 1939. Later, in 1951, Cygnus A was identified with an optical source, in this case...


Apr 2, 2016

G’day to you from 480 million light years hence in the direction of the constellation of Leo. That’s it, close to Denebola. There are seven of us grouped out here, and I think we were first spotted by our namesake astronomer observed at Birr Castle in the field of view of the 72-inch "Leviathan of...