BBC Radio 4 launches another short season of Dangerous Visions in June, a week of science fiction drama that will begin and end with dramatizations of two Ray Bradbury works.
The Illustrated Man opens the series on June 14, written by award-winning radio dramatist Brian Sibley, whose credits include Ray Bradbury’s Tales of the Bizarre and BBC Radio’s adaptations of Lord of the Rings, Gormenghast and The History of Titus Groan.
The season closes June 21 with The Martian Chronicles, dramatized by Richard Kurti and Bev Doyle.
In between Dangeous Visions will air a two-part serial of Philip K Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep and five thematically-linked afternoon plays not yet announced.
Radio 4 streams live on the web and also archives recordings online that listeners can access for seven days after broadcast. The Radio 4 web page is here.
[Thanks to John King Tarpinian for the link.]