Episode Two Hundred And Thirteen – On Science And Sci-Fi Drama At FringeWorld And Arts Good For Health
Token Skeptic podcast’s episode #213! Check out the Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/kyliesturgess and from only $1, get behind the scenes news and more.
Inside a cryonics facility, seven people are woken from their icy slumber to find themselves alone in a locked room, unsure of what day, month or year it is. These strangers from different places and times must work out when they are – and where everyone else has gone!
Thaw: A Science Fiction Play is showing at the Nexus Theatre at Murdoch University until Saturday,as a part of FringeWorld. I spoke to writer / director Stephen B. Platt about the production – and the rarely-seen world of science fiction on the stage.
Recreational arts – it’s something that sounds good for us – but just how good?
Whether it’s great for your mental health, general well-being or good for society in general – these are questions that a group of UWA researchers have taken on board with a new study.
Tremendous thanks to the radio station RTRFM, where the first interview aired previously, especially producer Peter Barr.
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