Saturday At The Movies

in Daily Programme, Radio Riel Main

by Elrik Merlin on Saturday, 21 January, 2017

The Windsor Theater in Hampton, IA. Photo by Pete Zarria

If it’s pouring with rain or blowing up a storm where you are, what better thing to do than enjoy a movie – or in this case, a movie or television soundtrack or two? Well, that’s just what we have for you today.

Along with a few other recent releases, you’ll hear a bunch of favourites, classics and other film and TV music going back to the dawn of the genre. There’s perhaps a slight bias towards SF and F, but it’s only slight. Pick up some popcorn and something wet and fizzy and settle back in the best seat in the house – your own.


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Image: The Windsor Theater in Hampton, IA. Photo by Pete Zarria

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