If it’s pouring with rain 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
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Saturday At The Movies

in Daily Programme, Radio Riel Main, ZBS Radio Hour

by Elrik Merlin on Saturday, 2 August, 2014

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

If it’s pouring with rain 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 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.

Coming up on Wednesday…

One thing today’s show has fairly little of is the 50s and 60s jazz soundtracks that Susannah specialises in, every month on her show The MOST – Music from the Original Sound Track. Rated in the Top Ten on Mixcloud, The MOST is a must-hear, and if you want to be among the first to hear this month’s show, tune in on Wednesday August 6th at 11am or 7pm Pacific. Don’t miss it!

ZBS Radio Hour

Dreams of RioToday on the ZBS Radio Hour at 11am and 7pm Pacific Time – 19:00 or 03:00 UK time – tune in for TWO exciting episodes of our Jack Flanders serial: Dreams of Rio – back to back!

Hypnotic voodoo beats, lush jungle noises, tropical rains, an enigmatic European Professor, an alluring female anthropologist… a few of the ingredients which M. Fulton has fashioned into this audio fantasy, Dreams of Rio, an engaging romp through the forests and samba clubs of Brazil. Dreams of Rio chronicles the tropical adventures of hero Jack Flanders as he treks through the mysterious wilds of Brazilian rainforests and impossible situations in his search for the Lost City. The crisp, stereo recordings come vibrantly alive with luscious ambient sound recorded by Fulton and Clark on location in Brazil.


Today’s programme is presented by Elrik Merlin. If you are in the United States or Canada, please click here to launch the Stream Licensing player. To listen from outside North America, click here to start your player .

This programme is also available in enhanced-quality AAC. Tune in here:  http://minor.slserver.com:9012/live

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

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