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BOOKWAVES - A Radio Program About Books with Interviews conducted by Richard Wolinsky features dozens of interviews with authors.

The September 12, 2012 program is a 1992 interview with Ray Bradbury. Scroll down or check out the 2012 Program Archives to locate through this link: http://bookwaves.homestead.com/

You can also find a program (from 1992) with Richard Matheson, Friday July 12, 2013. Also interviews with SHADOW SHOW contributors Margaret Atwood (today!) and Audrey Niffenegger( February 18, 2010).
 
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Spotted today - Tantor Audio has SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES as narrated by Kevin Foley CD set for $6.99. A number of other Ray Bradbury CD sets are also at $6.99.
http://www.tantor.com/AuthorDe...sp?Author=Bradbury_R
 
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Now, smckee, now!

AND next Halloween!


Last year at about this time, I found and downloaded the radio play of the Hallowe'en Tree, in which Ray read the part of Moundshroud. My question, posted on this site, was: should I listen to it now, or wait for next Hallowe'en? Phil's answer is quoted above.
Well Phil, I decided to wait for Hallowe'en night 2013.... I've even split the listening up over three nights (finishing it tonight). Is that not an astounding example of delayed gratification?! I'm so proud of myself I think I'll by myself a beer. And drink it next year.

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Well done, smckee. I don't think I ever finished listening to that recording. I shall get round to it one day - probably before next Halloween.


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Earth is a wonderful Planet...really!

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Pwe-pA6TaZk?rel=0
 
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Recorded Bones last night to watch at lunch today. Ray was quoted, "I don't need alarm clocks, my ideas wake me."


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You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
 
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November 14, 1851: Moby Dick, by Herman Melville, was first published in the U.S.


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You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
 
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November 14, 1851: Moby Dick, by Herman Melville, was first published in the U.S.


Or was that Moby-Dick, with a hyphen?


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Some "White-Whale" name info:
http://www.melville.org/mobyname.htm
 
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Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin ate roast turkey in foil packets for their first meal on the Moon.


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You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
 
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Open Culture has this article by Colin Marshall (with interesting links Smiler ) about Ray Bradbury and the 1956 film MOBY-DICK.

http://www.openculture.com/201...-moby-dick-1956.html

Also posted today, this article by Josh Jones about a book Ray Bradbury would probably appreciate.

http://www.openculture.com/201...a-world-history.html

Rhapsodist is a good word.
 
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Great links, Linnl!

Also, a CNN link within the article: Amazing. (The gallery is at the bottom of the page.)

http://edition.cnn.com/2013/11...the-world/index.html


...And not a fireman in sight!!
 
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fjp451 wrote:Also, a CNN link within the article: Amazing. (The gallery is at the bottom of the page.)


I'd be great to get lost in any of them!
 
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Ray Bradbury, recorded 40 years ago at The International Colloquium on Mars, Los Angeles:

https://www.popuparchive.org/c...tions/925/items/6799

This recording is also available at Internet Archive.org:
https://archive.org/details/re...xYK.popuparchive.org

In case you missed the previous posting of this:

https://archive.org/details/curiv_00003

He presents the poem 'The Neffertiti-Tut Express' on this one.
 
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