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Apr 08

A Bite of Stars, a Slug of Time, and Thou – Episode 1

Slug of Time Podcast//////////7 comments • 1,173 views

Sarah Clarke joins Mark Sinker and Elisha Sessions to discuss John W. Campbell’s “Who Goes There”, a 1938 science fiction novella about ice-bound scientists confronted with an alien who can become them. Elisha reads from the book in case you haven’t. As originally broadcast on Resonance FM 104.4 FM in London on April 1, 2008.

Next week: Fritz Leiber – “A Pail of Air”.

Comments

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    Tom on 2 Apr 2008 #

    I have definitely played this since it went up and it hasn’t showed up in the downloads!

    I think “siring” is well pre-Buffy – probably Anne Rice coined it. It was in the Vampire RPGs at any rate, which started coming out in around 1990.

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    Sarah on 2 Apr 2008 #

    Yes – I thought this too but had genuinely no idea where it could have originated, anything from Byron to Rice (Tim Rice) so didn’t say anything to avoid muddying waters further than I was already doin’.

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    Alan on 2 Apr 2008 #

    currently 8 download as podcast, 4 direct downloads, 3 inline plays. not quite sure why it still sez only 1 in the page here :-(

    UPDATE: it seems to have got confused with an earlier podcast that eli perhaps published on the main slug page which was played once. i’m not sure if i can disentangle the stats, but i’ll try.

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    Tracer Hand on 2 Apr 2008 #

    Thanks alang!! sorry d00ds

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    CarsmileSteve on 2 Apr 2008 #

    wait, how do i subscribe to this podcast pls? do we need a separate section or summat?

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    Alan on 3 Apr 2008 #

    i’m getting the bits and pieces in place to make it more obvious.

    the feed address is http://freakytrigger.co.uk/slugoftime-podcast/feed/

    there is a separate section but it’s not been promoted yet.

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    Salim Fadhley on 8 Apr 2008 #

    We need to get this onto the Resonance FM podcasts site – I’m one of the managers. We should also get this promo’d on Escape Pod (google for it).

    Email me or if you want to call me ask Richard, Chris or Ed at Resonance for my mobile number.

    THANKS

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