Sure, YOU’RE ready for a meaningful visitation. But are THEY…?
Seemingly overnight, we now expect our digital assistants to buy, change, remember, inform and converse with us as part of our normal lives. When did THAT happen?
Stanley Kubrick was an obsessive creator who literally changed the template of one film genre after another. Take “2001, a Space Odyssey,” for instance…
TALKING WITH SUPERSTAR SONGWRITER DIANE WARREN ABOUT THE FILM “YESTERDAY”
You’re freeeeeee — to live… forever!?
What if we could increase the potency of the sun’s rays to the point of powering the entire world. Easy-peasy!
YOUR RIDE’S HERE…
The 2-minute radio comedy from the year 2049!
Where the heck are those flying cars we’re all supposed to have been zipping around in by now?
In 1978 the Voyager satellite launched with a pair of the world’s first interstellar Gold Records — with one heck of an audio sampler!
Author Steve Ruben has written the new reference standard for the ORIGINAL Twilight Zone series. And did we chow down on some ‘o those old eps
Bill Shatner on a plane. And Rod Serling’s writing method.
“The Silence” and “Nothing in the Dark,” starring a 26-year old newcomer Robert Redford
My all-time favorite episode, “Time Enough at Last” starring Burgess Meridith
“The Trade-Ins” featuring the ultimate android companion, just for you.
As if they’re interested in US…
Buddy and JPL scientist Mike Paul Hughes opines on the building blocks of the universe.
The tech and production challenges behind the tune and endless choices to deal with when you’re makin’ stuff up.