Professor Challenger, Lord Roxton and their expedition make it to the top of the plateau and find dinosaurs. Notice how the Professor says that the dinosaurs are from the Jurassic Period of 2 Million years ago - but the Jurassic was more like 200 Million years ago. Is that Conan Doyle's mistake? It's produced by Perry Jacob and Bill E. Flick of Ziggurat Productions. For more information or ordering email to email@example.com, or call 310-455-2689.
A Pail of Air
Fritz Leiber's short story, included in the Science Fiction Hall of Fame, about a family managing to survive despite the Earth being torn away from its orbit and floating free across the Solar System, by scooping up frozen atmosphere in a bucket and melting it in the fireplace. This version done on the X Minus One series on NBC radio network on March 28, 1956.
Don't forget the live radio theater performance at the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting in St. Louis Park. It's the Sherlock Holmes radio play done by the Norwegian Explorers chapter of the Sherlock Holmes society. The play is "The Fingerprints That Couldn't Lie". It takes place on Sunday, April 23rd at 4:00 PM.
And the Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society presents another program of suspense and mystery, live radio at the James J. Hill Library in downtown St. Paul. This excellent show is April 30th at 3:30 PM. Performed by Ghoulish Delights. See more at ghoulishdelights.com.