“A Sound of Thunder”: It’s a time travel story. It’s a dinosaur story. And it’s one of the best examples of both. It’s also a classic and hugely influential. This adaptation originally aired on the radio show “Bradbury 13″ on May 21, 1984.
More of our tribute to Ray Bradbury. This time instead of a story we get to hear Bradbury talking about his life and work. He offers great advice not only about writing. But about life itself. This was prepared as a promotional piece for the radio series “Bradbury 13″, and it has become an episode of the series when it has been repeated. It was recorded in late March, 1984.
You know we love our readers. And, when they request something, we do everything in our power to make it happen.
So when Franklin King told us he was having trouble locating the episode of the radio anthology series “Bradbury 13″ entitled “The Ravine”, we knew this was a problem we could solve. We strolled through our voluminous archives, past the towering piles of incunabula, around obsidian statues of strange nether-beasts, through curtains of boney beads, and there it was … right next to a shrunken monkey head … exactly what Franklin wanted:
Turn down the lights and enjoy. This is a very creepy tale.