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Oct 08

A Bite of Stars, A Slug of Time, and Thou – Episode 16

FT + Slug of Time Podcast5 comments • 1,311 views

In the last episode of Series 2, Astrophysicist Michael Williams joins Mark Sinker and Elisha Sessions to talk about “The Forgotten Enemy”, written by Arthur C. Clarke in 1949. It’s about comfy isolation, radio static, and forces larger than oneself. Elisha reads the story at the front of the programme; music is “Speculative Reminiscing” by Low Res, “Permafrost” by Magazine, and “From My Window I Can See A Mountain in Snow” by Tisane feat. Kevin.

Produced by Elisha Sessions

Comments

  1. 1
    Tracer Hand on 29 Oct 2008 #

    “Permafrost” is quite sweary!!

  2. 2

    hee

  3. 3
    ledge on 30 Oct 2008 #

    Disappointed at the Black Hole (Fred Hoyle) diss, it was always one of my faves. Haven’t read it in a while so can’t remember if the prose was tortuous or not; but it’s a good central idea, it’s nice to have some actual properly scientific scifi once in a while, and iirc it is pretty well plotted and paced.

  4. 4
    Tracer Hand on 31 Oct 2008 #

    We have just been told off for the sweariness as apparently this show is repeated in the afternoon! RESONANCE FM PRESENTER SCANDAL

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    Arnie on 31 Oct 2010 #

    m80 lr amm

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