In this months podcast we’ll check out the latest breakthrough in artificial intelligence, have a go at restarting the cold war, see if pressing a button could really get you a cool million dollars and finally, we'll ask what would have happened if Juliet had settled down and married Romeo.
It’s all here on the “Cornucopia Radio Show Podcast”: The Home of Imagination!
Adam and Suzanne are in love but a question about their sexual past leads to jealousy and mistrust which they must overcome if the relationship is to survive. However the specter of Thatcherism casts a long shadow across the decades and highlights the class divide between them. Somehow they will both have to come to terms with their own expectations from life and each other.
Sarah sits in the empty white room, staring blankly at the wall. She doesnt know why she is here and she doesnt know what they want. All she does know, is that out there, somewhere, her family is waiting and that she will do anything to find a way back to them. She will do whatever it takes.
Our story takes place the night before Christmas, outside the magical and wondrous structure that is Santas Workshop. It is a scene of busy preparation and anticipation, as a years worth of hard work finally comes to fruition. So as Santas little helpers run around checking every final detail, and Santa himself suits up for a night of delivering presents to children across the world, the Reindeer find themselves preparing for the trip ahead in their own special way.
When her son Tony, a comprehensive school Teacher, is sent to prison for abusing one of his 14 year old female pupils, his mother Christine is plunged into a nightmare.
Set against the backdrop of her visits and letters post sentence, her confusion soon turns to anger as she is forced to examine her true feelings for her only child as his denial and minimisation brings with it a realisation that their relationship must change if it is to survive the sentence and beyond....
Once again we return to the world of podcasting with three new short productions that all deal with that thing we lovingly call life. We start by exploring the highs and lows (plus the nail polish) of a local temping agency. We then jump back 70 years and listen to a surprisingly prophetic women hiding within the London underground during the blitz. Finally, we are introduced to Kaz and Donna, two young women who have nothing but their makeup, UggBoots and bus tickets to help them make it through the day.