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The world’s largest museum of obsolete technology is threatened with closure unless Hector - its cantankerous, turnkey-operated clockwork curator - can match the popularity of the cutting-edge Uptodateum across the road. Only George - the mild mannered in-house caretaker with the mysterious past - steps up to help him. Does nobody care about history? Will anyone ever get to ride the NHScalator? How will postboxes, leeches and face-to-face conversation be remembered if the Obsoleteum closes i ...
 
The Miniaturists Podcast is the new audio drama podcast from The Miniaturists, celebrated purveyors of acclaimed shortform drama since 2005. Each season we will work with five exciting writers to develop a programme of short, stand-alone plays, that will embrace and celebrate shortform in the audio medium. Produced by Will Bourdillon & James Huntrods. Audio produced & edited by Andy Goddard For more information on The Miniaturists, visit www.miniaturists.co.uk The Miniaturists Podcast is sup ...
 
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Liam Adams passage to his first Olympics in Rio 2016 was certainly filled with lots of barriers that he just managed to hurdle on the very last day of the qualification period. To say the Tokyo 2020 qualification was a lot easier would be far from accurate, when Liam's first attempt of running the 2:11:30 required time on the Gold Coast in 2019 fel…
 
Ed Goddard will be spotted running the hilly streets of the North Shore suburb of Mosman, Sydney with phone in hand and his long blonde locks blowing in the wind to the beat of Bob Dylan. Ed has been competing at a very high level since the end of high school and has represented Australia at the junior and senior level on the track and road. With a…
 
They say you're a product of your environment and Andy is certainly no exception to that rule. Andy grew up in Bendigo and as a child his family holidays were centred around packing up the car and heading off to the next marathon for his parents' to compete in, because that's what all families do right? Andy will be 30 years of age when he toes the…
 
Ben decided early on after graduating university in physics that he'd rather be re-writing the record books than reading them. Ben found his niche in running up mountains and technical terrain going on to represent Australia as a junior at two consecutive World Mountain Championships in 2010/11 with podium finishes at the state and national level. …
 
Izzi could not turn down the incredible opportunity of a 4 year scholarship in the US that was offered on the back of numerous national level performances in the Steeplechase and Cross Country in the final years of High School. What started out as a very overwhelming and challenging experience as a freshmen within the college system culminated into…
 
Josh has been consistently running fast around the oval office for over a decade now and still has the burning desire and belief of bettering his extremely fast 800 and 1500mtr times as well as significantly lowering his 5000 and 10000mtr personal bests. At the age of 28 where most middle distance runners transition into running longer on the roads…
 
Sam Hopper is a kiwi that flew the coop, yes Kiwi's are flightless, but not this one when laced up! Hopper jumped - or hopped (sorry) - at the opportunity when the offer to live and train alongside one of Australia's greatest distance runners and Dual Olympian Ben St Lawrence was made mid 2018. Hopper struggled at first whilst regaining his former …
 
A fantastic chat with Myles who has his sights set on breaking the 2:20 barrier for the road marathon distance in the near future with the first attempt being the Canberra Marathon in early April, COVID pending. Myles is reasonably new to distance running but wasted no time in showing his speed and endurance capabilities on the road and track after…
 
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