Specially commissioned stories to mark the centenary of EINSTEIN's discovery.

01What Did Einstein Ever Do For Topher Quigley20050627By Marianne Carey.
Car park attendant Topher Quigley shares a packet of ginger nuts and his personal philosophy with a time-travelling EINSTEIN.
02Locksmith20050628By Finlay Welsh.
In the wake of World War II, and the development of the atomic bomb, EINSTEIN declared If only I had known, I would have become a locksmith.
This story evokes an alternative life in a parallel universe.
03Frames Of Reference20050629By Patricia Hannah.
Mutual admiration can't bridge the space between them when Science flirts with Art in an EDINBURGH café.
04Eclipse20050630By Douglas Young.
In 1919 a group of scientists travel to the wild Atlantic island of Principe to view a total eclipse of the sun, hoping to test EINSTEIN's Theory.
But they can't resist betting on the outcome and consulting with a shaman to ensure clear skies.
05 LASTSunseeker20050701By Paul Magrs.
A retired scientist conducts a final physics experiment when she sends a postcard to her family from beyond the grave.