Proposition Four from New American Radio. Bill Morelock’s story of a reporter doing a story on the building of an amusement park on the bottom of San Francisco Bay, which has been drained.
and General Emergency, by Daniel Cline. One of the Sci-Fi Trilogy by Steve Ziplow Productions in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
From ZBS, we bring you Boogie Woogie to the Stars and Bach Again, with a professor of Voodoo studies sent to investigate a Human colony in deep space. He ends up on the wrong planet, and many harrowing escapes ensue.
Trans Mars Tango – by Elaine Lee. Trans-gender detective on Mars, with lots of action, humor and plot twists. Recorded live at the National Audio Theatre Festivals in 2011.
and Twin Engines – from Ziplow’s Sci-Fi Trilogy. Actual engines, corporate corruption, and good fun.
From the Sci-Fi Radio series we bring a Ray Bradbury short story, Frost and Fire, in which a people try to reach the distant spaceship that can take them to safety. Though the distance to it isn’t great, there is only a short time in which to cross the expanse because the days are deathly hot and the nights are killing cold, and the only other safe place is in their caves.