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Singing with Jamie Joe

Singing with Jamie Joe is a little unusual. Is it a dramatized reading, a play, or even a mini-musical? While it may be one or none of those things, it most certainly is a tragedy.

Note from Editor Wotif: If you listen. and think you can improve on the music. or know anyone with musical ability – PLEASE contact fastfictionpodcasts@gmail.com.  We know it can be improved and just need a little help. Thankyou.

 

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Where’s Fred?

Where’s Fred? our new podcast is a particular favorite of mine.  It has turned up in many formats: first in print as part of the CrimeWriter Queensland books, Perils under the Pandanus, it was made into a short film*, performed on 4DDB FM and is now brought to you as a dramatized reading.

It begins with the words, “I remember exactly when I decided to plan my husband,” so there is not too much doubt about the plot.

*A little later in the month I will ‘spill the beans’ on the film shoot. And no, don’t go looking for it, it never made it to the screen, or anywhere else for that matter. (Although a copy does lie deep in the back of an unused cupboard.) But the story of the making of the film was really very funny, and probably worth a podcast of its own.

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A Natural Accident and Home Alone

A natural accident – Makes You Think Series

Written by Breanda Cross, Dramatised by A. Nunn

Cover Art – Unsplash

Our recent podcast certainly makes you think.  Here in Australia most of us abhor the idea of gun violence, or even the casual way Americans seem to take their natural right for gun ownership. Yet every day we drive cars with as little thought.  Not realizing that it is as much a death weapon as a gun.

A natural accident is a thriller. We open up inside the mind of a man who knows exactly what use he will put his car to, and the results he expects. But will they be the same? Wotif…?

Note: Update March 2010. In the year since this podcast was released we have had a constant deluge of mass shootings in the USA and terrorist killings all over the world. And yes, carnage on the road.

There were 34,247 fatal motor vehicle crashes in the United States in 2017 in which 37,133 deaths occurred.

In Australia

  • 1,226 people were killed in road related deaths, over 3 people a day
  • 34% of fatal crashes occur in major cities
  • 1 in 10 crashes resulted in multiple deaths

It certainly makes you think, doesn’t it?

And now for something completely different….

Home Alone is a crime story. and while custard may not be the actual murder weapon it features quite prominently in this short and sharp story.

And yes, the 1990 movie Home Alone was inspirational to the story

Written by B.C.

Cover Art – Unsplash

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