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Margaret Moves To Mars
A fictional sci-fi/comedy about a girl named Margaret, who after a bad break-up moves to the Australian colony on Mars hoping for a fresh start. Upon arrival she quickly realises that Mars isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. The air’s a bit thin, the water’s a bit dry and the only food is potato. But with no desire to head home, Margaret makes the most of a bad situation gaining a job as the Chief Advisor for the highly inept Mayor of Mars. Written and Created by Michelle Brasier and Sam Lingham. Starring Michelle Brasier, Tim Lancaster, Vince Milesi, Ben Russell and Mish Wittrup. Edited by...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 66 ratings
Planet colonising Adventure
An interesting piece of Australian Drama. The story begins with Margaret’s attempt to recover from heartbreak by commencing a new life chapter within the galaxy but far far away. She becomes involved In the colonising terraforming of a planet ; Mars On Mars we join an audacious crew of...Read full review »
Miss Hijinx via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/07/21
This is some good nonsense! 10/10
I don’t even know what to say but this is an auditory experience you can’t miss. Especially if you crave nonsense. Lots of laughs (lol) to be expected. Might have lost my sanity listening
ChrisDTT via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/04/21
Perfect
This podcast deserves 10 stars, even though iTunes only allows me to give it 5!
JakeHelium via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/27/20
Recent Episodes
The Queen of England comes for a Royal Tour of Mars. The Mayor fearing an invasion arms everyone with spud guns to fight the English. Russell Crowe is there too.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 04/26/20
Published 04/26/20
In order to secure his position for another term the Mayor strikes a deal with the farmers. When Margaret’s ex-boyfriend shows up and foils the plan things get in equal parts tense and silly. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Published 04/19/20
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