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X Minus One Podcast

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X Minus One Podcast

Humphrey Camardella Productions

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X Minus One is widely considered among the finest science fiction dramas ever produced for radio. The first 15 episodes were new versions of Dimension X episodes, but the remainder were adaptations of newly published science fiction stories by leading writers in the field, including Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick, Robert A. Heinlein, Frederik Pohl and Theodore Sturgeon, along with a few original scripts. For baby boomer's that liked The Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone and for ...
 
The Foundation Trilogy concists of: 1. Foundations 2. Foundation and Empire 3. Second Foundation The Foundation Trilogy is an epic science fiction series written over a span of forty-four years by Isaac Asimov. It consists of seven volumes that are closely linked to each other, although they can be read separately. The series is highly acclaimed, winning the one-time Hugo Award for "Best All-Time Series" in 1966.
 
Join us every week for a trip back in time to the early days of science fiction. Travel the solar system with aliens, robots and space pirates aboard space ships capable of travel beyond light-years to discover planets and people, conflicts and conundrums. Short science fiction stories from some of the greatest vintage sci-fi authors of all time, Philip K. Dick, Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, Alan E. Nourse, Isaac Asimov, H. G. Wells, Frederik Pohl, Kurt Vonnegut and many more. We’ll go back ...
 
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Rehydrate

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Rehydrate

Jim, Dan, Tim, and Amin

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A podcast where we read books together at a TV series-like pace. Books include "The Three-Body Problem" by Liu Cixin, "The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet" by Becky Chambers, and "Foundation" by Isaac Asimov
 
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Books Without Pictures

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Books Without Pictures

La société de voyages extraordinaires

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Tales of speculative fiction have been told since before recorded history, but in the past century it has grown into an art form all its own. From Asimov to Wells, from adventures in space opera to cyberpunk dystopias, from Amazing Stories to your e-reader and beyond, join us as we discuss some of the most important and acclaimed science fiction novels of all time. Warning: Here be spoilers.
 
YO ROBOT - NOVELA DE ISAAC ASIMOV - 1950 - LA PRIMIERA DE LA SERIE DE LOS ROBOTS - CICLO DE LA TIERRA, COMPUESTA POR CINCO NOVELAS MAS - BOVEDAS DE ACERO - SOL DESNUDO -ROBOTS DE AMANECER - ROBOTS E IMPERIO --------------------------------------------------------------------
 
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Galaxy!

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Galaxy!

Jason Stark, Stephanie Junker, and Jacob Junker

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A podcast about the science fiction novels and stories of Isaac Asimov. Jason Stark, a seasoned reader of Asimov's novels, joins Stephanie and Jacob Junker, newcomers to the material, and together they investigate the themes and meanings behind the stories of one the most famous Sci Fi authors of all time. From positronic brains to psychohistory and beyond, join Jason, Stephanie and Jacob as they look for the relevance that these stories have for today, and how they speak to big questions an ...
 
In each episode of Matters of Life and Death, brought to you by Premier Unbelievable?, John Wyatt and his son Tim discuss issues in healthcare, ethics, technology, science, faith and more. John is a doctor, professor of ethics, and writer and speaker, while Tim is a religion and social affairs journalist. We talk about how Christians can better engage with a particular question of life, death or something else in between. For more resources to help you explore faith and the big questions, vi ...
 
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Dimension X

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Dimension X

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

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Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories t ...
 
Join host Jason Concepcion and Foundation’s showrunner and executive producer David S. Goyer as they discuss adapting Isaac Asimov’s iconic novels for the screen. Writers from the show chat with Jason and David to unpack the latest episode of the Apple Original series, giving viewers a deeper dive into the story. Episodes of the show and the podcast premiere on Fridays. So watch first on Apple TV+ (where available), then listen to the podcast for the ultimate Foundation experience. This is a ...
 
This story starts with space ships scouring the universe in an interplanetary game of tag. The humans know there are “Aliens” out there. But so do the Aliens. As each tries desperately to make the phenomenal discovery, they secretly hope that the other will not turn out to be the enemy. Humans call them “Plumies” because of the feathery plumes they inscribe on silicon-bronze tablets and cairns they have left behind on their intergalactic travels over the last thousand years. The search goes ...
 
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Jim Stovall

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Jim Stovall was a journalism professor for nearly four decades. In this podcast he shares some of the stories that he has learned about writers, journalists, the writing process, and just about anything else that he finds interesting. You can sign up for his weekly newsletter at his website jprof.com. Jim's latest book is Heads and Tales: Caricatures and Stories about the Famous, the Infamous, and the Just Plain Interesting. That book is available on Amazon.com.
 
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Could it be that some knowledge – including whether your unborn child has a serious genetic condition – is actually not helpful, and even harmful to us? In this episode we dig further into the complex ethics of prenatal screening and explore what the Christian tradition makes of seeking to understand the future, and the different arguments for and …
 
If you enjoy these lost sci-fi short stories you will love the 50 book bundle of audiobooks at lostscifi.com, 27 hours of vintage sci-fi! All 27 hours for only $9.88 when you use the promo code “podcast”. When you think of science fiction the word controversy doesn’t normally come to mind, but today’s author stirred up more than his share of contro…
 
Pregnant women today are offered a battery of tests and screening for their unborn child, looking for an ever-increasing range of conditions and risks. But is the onward march of technology in this sphere always an unmitigated good thing? With abortion for a disability legal in the UK up to term, women are being given terrible choices previous gene…
 
https://bit.ly/3MVgg1s 27 hours of Vintage Sc-Fi Audiobooks Only $9.88 with the promo code - podcast How does a plumber, construction worker, carpenter, power plant engineer, shipyard welder and longshoreman become a science fiction writer? Rog Phillips seems like the kind of guy you’d want to sit down and have a beer with, a hard-working blue-coll…
 
Demographic trends reveal clearly the next century will be one increasingly dominated by older people. If God is giving us a lot more folk in their later years, what are they for in church life? Has the modern church, terrified of decline, alienated its faithful, older congregants in a desperate attempt to lure back the young? And what wisdom and s…
 
Thank you for listening to The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast and thanks for your reviews and ratings. Special thanks to our new listeners in The Canary Islands, Iceland, Finland, South Africa, the Czech Republic and New Zealand. If we haven’t mentioned your city, state or country send an email to scott@lostscifi.com and please let us know where you’re from. …
 
The world’s population is rapidly becoming older and older, with many developed nations seeing unprecedented proportions of their citizens in retirement age. Why is this taking place, and does this presage an era of economic stagnation or a utopia of stability? How have fears over demography shifted as fertility rates plummet across the world, and …
 
The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast continues to grow all over the world and we have you to thank for that. In the last few weeks we’ve added new listeners in Germany, Greece, Spain, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, India and in the US, Mesa, Phoenix, Midland Texas, Birmingham and Montgomery Alabama and the big island of Hawaii. There are many more. Wow! Thanks…
 
In this episode we track Wordsworth's view of how to stay happy in life, specifically through two poems: "Lines Written a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey," and "Elegiac Stanzas Suggested by a Picture of Peele Castle in a Storm, Painted by Sir George Beaumont." Turns out he was idealistic when he was young and cranky when he was old. WHO KNEW…
 
In the second part of our conversation on robot rights, we explore three Christian responses to calls for robot personhood, spanning the spectrum of hostility to optimism about the development. What Biblical truths and doctrines can we turn to as we wrestle with what is a fundamentally brand new dilemma? And how would our theology and practice as b…
 
Today’s episode of The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast features another short science fiction story from an author we’ve heard from before, but if you’re scouring past episodes for Darius John Granger you won’t find him. Darius John Granger was actually a pen name for Stephen Marlowe which was also a pen name for Brooklyn New York born Milton Lesser. You’ll fi…
 
If and when autonomous and intelligent robots come into existence, should they be granted rights, or even personhood? A growing number of technologists argue governments must lay out what status conscious and rational machines would have before they actually have been invented. But how can we decide what is and isn’t a person, and what rights and r…
 
Today’s episode of The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast features another short science fiction story from one of our favorite authors, William Morrison, whose real name was Joseph Samachson. Two of Morrison’s stories can be heard in episode 13, Unwelcomed Visitor and Spoken For. Welcome to our new listeners in Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Denmark, India, Madagasca…
 
Abortion is a flashpoint issue in both the church and wider culture, with the very language you choose used as a cudgel for either side. So how can Christians talk about it and respond to it in a way which cools tensions rather than inflames them? How has the church’s thinking on abortion and pregnancy changed over the many decades John has been in…
 
We’ve got new listeners around the globe in New Zealand, Portugal, Hungary, Poland the US, Canada and many other places around the world. Thank you for listening and for sharing The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast. You will find our short science fiction stories for sale on many websites but you will always find the lowest price on our website, lostscifi.com. …
 
Rates of unplanned pregnancies rose significantly during the coronavirus lockdowns. What kind of support is out there for women (and men) facing this situation, and how can the church try and plug the gaps? In this episode we speak with Sophie Guthrie-Kummer, who runs a charity in London which has offered pregnancy crisis counselling (among other s…
 
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