Tune into the Sci Fi Lab Radio Show on Nov 1 @ 7PM for an original dramatization of Karel Capek’s Rossum’s Universal Robots [read the play translated into English here]. Listen to the Sci Fi Lab on wrek.org or WREK 91.1 FM in Atlanta.
Paul, Brendan, Adam, Matthew, Justin, and I talked about cyborgs and enjoyed a special interview with Thad Starner and Clint Zeagler on the third Sci Fi Lab Radio Show since the reboot. I took this panoramic photo of everyone talking in the radio studio with my iPhone 4S. Click through the photo to find two other candid pictures from the show. Next week’s theme is zombies. We will air a special one hour interview with James T. Warbington, co-director of the upcoming The Black Earth zomcom (premiering on Nov 3 at the Plaza on Ponce).
Catch the latest installment of the Georgia Tech SF Lab Radio Show on FM91.1 in Atlanta, Georgia or online at wrek.org tomorrow night, Sunday between 7-9 PM. This episode focuses on SF film, and I’ll be reading an 8 minute review based on my “Forced Deep Throat in AVP2” blog post.
Mark your calendars that the third Sunday between 7-9PM is the new time slot for the SF Lab Radio Show. Here’s a sneak peak at the upcoming episodes:
- March 16th – SF and Environmentalism
- April 20th – Gaming
- May 15th – TBD
- June 15th – TBD
Tune-in and enjoy!
The Georgia Tech Sci Fi Lab Radio Program #3 is on Sunday night at 7:00pm on WREK FM91.1 in Atlanta, Georgia. The program’s theme is music and SF. I’ll be reading a review of Brasyl from SFRA Review #282, and a bit about music and textual SF works (I’ll post my segement on Dynamic Subspace over the weekend).
Here’s the full announcement from Lisa Yaszek:
I’m pleased to announce that WREK will broadcast the third episode of The Sci Fi on Sunday, November 25 from 7-9 pm. Please pass along the good word, and be sure to tune in for “the best of everything sci fi”!
The Sci Fi Lab is a joint production of WREK and Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Communication, and Culture. Sunday’s episode focuses on science fiction music and will include interviews with Michael Liebmann of the Greater Atlanta Filkers and Prof. Jason Freeman of Georgia Tech’s music technology program, a feature on _Forbidden Planet_, and lots of moog and theremin music.
Those of you living in the Atlanta metro area can tune in live on 91.1 FM. Our long distance friends can stream the show from http://www.wrek.org. It will also be available for your listening pleasure in the WREK archives for one week after the live broadcast (check us out under “Sunday Special”). After that, you’ll be able to download mp3s of the show from the School of Literature, Communication, and Culture <http://www.lcc.gatech.edu/stac/creativeprojects.php> and Nophi Recordings <http://www.nophi.net/>.
Like the announcement says, if you aren’t in the Atlanta area, please check out the program online at wrek.org.