Star Struck by Katharine Way
Sarah has got the job of her dreams.
Working with Cal, an Astronomy Professor at a remote observatory in New Zealand, watching the destruction of a planet by a black hole.
But then the Professor registers a message from the dying planet.
Can it really be genuine?
Producer Gary Brown
Sarah loves it at the observatory - she's a girl geek who's only really happy at work.
She feels at home observing the chaos and vastness of space; ordinary human concerns just seem trivial.
She'd rather look at stars than deal with people.
And Cal's an exciting person to work with - brilliant and intuitive, but also generous, funny and charming.
He has an incredible capacity for work; he never seems to sleep.
They're looking at Black Holes, a sort of whirlpool in space which can destroy planets.
But then something strange happens.
A transmission from the planet that is being destroyed.
Cal is convinced it is genuine.
This could be the Holy Grail.
A research assistant and a professor study black holes at a remote observatory.