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Halloween is upon us! We serve up a menagerie of unholy ghouls and beasties.
This program, developed from a query on Facebook, displays the power of encouragement and inspiration through songs and poetry. Enjoy!
Music program as listed:
Talkshow: Tim Holden, candidate for City of St. Paul mayor. He thanked the community for its involvement and encourage them to go out and exercise their right to vote. Stated his platform as far as issues of Jobs, education, poverty, crimes, and taxes. You may listen to the program for more details. This segment is part in English and part in Hmong language.
The final three entries from the War of the Worlds 75th Anniversary audio contest, sponsored by the Convergence science fiction convention.
War of the Cotswolds - Action Science Theatre sends this entry by Dan Bond, Dan Booth and Brian Macken. What if aliens landed in your school's playing fields, and your budgets had been cut? The science teachers take the field to stand between mankind and total destruction.
The Jester's Slippers - An epic medieval fantasy from Yap Audio Productions. Two heroic warriors step forward to lead the struggle against the alien tripods that have come by shooting stars. Written by Matthew McLean.
Dead London - This took first place in the audio contest. Wireless Theatre Productions sticks closer to the original H. G. Wells story and actually recorded on location in Horsell Common and other places mentioned in the original story. Written by Gareth Parker and Robert Valentine.
Find out more about the contest at waroftheworlds75.com.