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Image of links in a chain Picture This is a 13 part story, written by Doctor Who writer Robert Shearman and BBC 7's listeners.
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Picture This is read by Rena Prasad and produced by Paul Arnold.

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Episode 10, by Jayne Clements

"Who on Earth are 'Turing Corporation' Dee, they don't make cameras do they?"

"I'm not sure. The only Turing I know of died in the 1950's. Alan Turing was a mathematician and the brains behind today's computer technology. Nothing to do with cameras, exactly."

Charmed by her knowledge he had to smile.

"Where did you buy the camera Gary?"

As he looked away she assumed it was from a bloke in the pub.

"Actually Dee, this will sound ridiculous - it was delivered to me but I never ordered it. Well, I don't think I did. I planned to buy one, so when it came I figured I must have ordered it online after a few beers and forgot!"

As Gary spoke the train came to a screeching halt. All the lights went out - apart from the small black rectangle that Gary still held in his hand. Through his fingers could be seen an orange glow. Strangely no-one on the train panicked, they all just sat and waited.

"Gary, put that thing down"

He opened his hand but the rectangle had gone, just the subdued orange glow could be seen from beneath his skin.

"I can't Dee", said Gary.
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