#1305 Science Fiction Theatre

All the Best presents science fiction pulp in sound.  Extraterrestrial life forms arrive uninvited, space travel gets in the way of an intergalactic romance and a puppy trainer gets more than he bargained for when the dog starts talking back.

See Me After Class
Take a lonely dog trainer, a puppy school, and the most handsome talking golden retriever in the world and you have this tale (no pun intended) of hacking and high romance.

Written and read by Nick Coyle.
Produced by Que Minh Luu.
Sound design by Luke Mynott.

Butter
Living in a sharehouse presents the inevitable set of problems: dirty plates, loud music and unwelcome visitors of the extraterrestrial kind.

Read by Diane Wanasage
Written by Zacha Rosen.
Produced by Dominik Krupinksi and Zacha Rosen.
Music credits: ‘Bubble Lady’ by Camille; ‘My Freeze Ray’ from Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog;’Entre dos Aguas’ by Paco de Lucia.

Garth Nix
All the Best hears from Garth Nix, an Australian science fiction and fantasy writer who believes science fiction can be more than pure fantasy. Garth also offers advice on writing science fiction.

Produced by Merran Winchester.
Sound effects sourced at http://www.grsites.com/archive/sounds/.

Production Manager: Carly Anne Kenneally.
Features Executive Producer: Belinda Lopez.
Executive Producer: Giordana Caputo.

Photo credit:  Jaci Lopes dos Santos
Music credit: ‘Zero G’ by Minus 8 (Science Fiction Jazz).