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August 07, 2018 03:58 AM PDT

This podcast consists of two stories written by Bart Meehan and originally broadcast on the Antipodean SF Radio Show. They are both speculative fiction and deal with issues facing modern society. The tone is intended to be darkly humorous.

Meeting with a Misanthrope is narrated by Marg Essex

There goes the neighbourhood is narrated by Timothy Gwyn

The stories were broadcast by 2NVR Nambucca on the Antipodean SF Radio Show hosted by Ion Newcombe in 2018.


July 16, 2018 01:58 AM PDT

Friday Night at Sully's is a radio play about what might have been. A man retires and decides to clean out his garage- the last job on a list of tasks meant to keep him busy. As he unpacks boxes, his is drawn into his youth, where he was going to be a musician, until life got in the way.

Written by Bart Meehan
Original music by Anthony and David Gill
Performed and directed by Tony Turner

Recorded at ArtSound FM Canberra.. Sound Engineer: Tony Hunt.

The play was originally broadcast as Stories from an Ordinary Life on 2NVR Nambucca Heads and ArtSound FM Canberra.

September 09, 2016 04:21 AM PDT

Jack and Nora have been married for 49 years and counting. They have a life full of memories, not all of them good.

A radio play about the things we should have done.

Written by Bart Meehan. Directed by Tony Turner.

Recorded at Artsound FM, Canberra Australia (Sound engineer: Tony Hunt)

First broadcast by 2 NVR (Nambucca NSW) in August 2016

December 24, 2015 01:07 AM PST

Three men are sitting in a trench in France on Christmas Eve. All is quiet on the Front and then one of them hears something...
A radio play produced by Paper Moon Radio Theater.
Writer: Bart Meehan
Director: Tony Turner
Cast: Elaine Noone, Geoffrey Borny, Jarrad West, Tony Turner.
Sound Engineer: Tony Hunt
Recorded at Artsound Studios, Canberra.
Originally broadcast on Artsound FM and 2NVR.

April 22, 2015 05:51 AM PDT

After all is a radio play written by Bart Meehan and produced by the Paper Moon Radio Theater. The play tells the story of two men from their initial meeting on the docks in Sydney (as they head off to the First World War) through their training in Egypt, to their landing at Gallipoli and subsequent hospitalisation in Malta. The play was broadcast on the Australian Community Radio Network on 25 April 2015. (Note that the play contains some bad language)

Cast: Tony Turner, Elaine Noone, Christopher Zuber, Geoffrey Borny, Emma Wood, Gabrielle Hyslop, Will Wang

Writer: Bart Meehan
Director: Tony Turner
Sound Engineer: Tony Hunter

Recorded at ArtSound Studios, Manuka, ACT, Australia

January 13, 2014 05:18 PM PST

A radio play produced by Paper Moon Radio Theater.

Canberra was established as the Australian capital in 1913, though the government did not relocate there, from Melbourne, until 1927, when Parliament House was opened. Over the years it has grown out of the bush to become a vibrant city that is home to 320000 people.

This play is not a history of the city; it is about a family and particularly, the relationship between a man and his father. The form is a “fictional” reminiscence, but the piece does use letters and articles from the 1920s and 1930s, as background.

Written by Bart Meehan. Directed by Tony Turner. Cast: David Clapham,Rachel Clapham, Tony Turner. Sound Engineer: Tony Hunter
Recorded at the Artsound Studio, Manuka

April 25, 2013 03:29 AM PDT

The Paper Moon Radio Theater group is based in Canberra Australia and is dedicated to producing high quality radio plays.

The Light of Hope in their Eyes was written by Bart Meehan and directed by Tony Turner. The play chronicles the experiences of three people during the London Blitz and the Battle of Britain.

Cast: Geoffrey Borny, David Clapham, Christa de Jager, Tony Turner

Recorded at Artsound Studios, Canberra and originally broadcast on Artsound-FM.

September 14, 2012 06:14 AM PDT

An Ordinary War is a 30 minutes radio play based on the experiences of three people during the First World War: Agnes (a British country girl), George (a British public school boy)and Lance (an Australian shopkeeper). The play includes WW1 poetry and songs.
Written by Bart Meehan. Directed by Tony Turner.
Actors: Geoffrey Borny, David Clapham, Christa de Jager, Tony Turner

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