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Paper Radio: FM: Fiction

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Antipodean fiction from Paper Radio — flights of fancy, the unreal/surreal, and wilful misinterpretations of the past, present and future.

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Antipodean fiction from Paper Radio — flights of fancy, the unreal/surreal, and wilful misinterpretations of the past, present and future.

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Paper Radio: FM: Fiction

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Rank #1: Weather #1

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The first story in a series of three, Weather #1 chronicles a world in which all meteorologists have vanished suddenly and without explanation.

See also: Weather #2, Weather #3

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Rank #2: Weather #2

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The second of Thomasin Sleigh’s three part Weather series. In a world mysteriously absent of its meteorologists, people begin to study details of the weather themselves.

Listen to: Weather #1, Weather #3

May 31 2011

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Rank #3: The Sound of Music

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In a surreal pop renovation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musical, The Sound Of Music fuses familiar and familial characters as it grapples with who we are, and become, in love.

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Rank #4: Transcenmentalism

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As our society’s most powerful contemporary deity, don’t we owe it to the economy to not only sacrifice our time, our loyalty and our children’s future, but our very spirit? This guided economic meditation will harness your conscious experience, allowing you to finally become one with the most supreme being of our times.

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Rank #5: The Big Prawn

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By some estimates, there are as many as 150 ‘big things’ strewn across Australia. There’s the Big Banana, the Big Merino and even the Big Magic Mushroom. In this story, Ballina’s Big Prawn casts a long shadow over the imagination of a young girl, as she hits the road in search of the mythical crustacean of her childhood.

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