The ZBS Radio Hour: Moon Over Morocco Part 7

This week on the ZBS Radio Hour, at 11am repeat­ed at 7pm SLT (19:00 and 03:00 GMT),* we present the sev­enth episode of Moon Over Moroc­co — a clas­sic adven­ture ser­i­al in ten hour-long episodes — part Casablan­ca, part Ara­bi­an Nights.

Jack Flan­ders is enveloped in the mys­te­ri­ous oth­er world of myth and leg­end. Is he the Son of El Kabar… or the ruth­less tyrant he seeks to over­throw? Or both? What is the Con­tes­sa Zarzinia up to?

The envi­ron­ments in Moon Over Moroc­co were record­ed by author “Meat­ball” Ful­ton while trav­el­ling around that coun­try. Lis­ten on head­phones! Music was record­ed by Paul Bowles.

Fea­tur­ing Robert Less­er as Kas­bah Kel­ly, Dave Adams as the pianist Mojo Sam and Tau­re­an Blacque as the sto­ry­teller Mustafa.

If you enjoy Moon Over Moroc­co, you can obtain it, and many oth­er record­ings, on CD or as mp3 down­loads from the web site. And right now, there’s a spe­cial deal on cas­sette copies of the sto­ries.

Join us this and every Sat­ur­day for the ZBS Radio Hour — audio adven­ture at its best from ZBS Foun­da­tion.

To lis­ten, join us for a cup of tea at our lis­ten­ing par­ty, which from now on will be held in the delight­ful Con­ser­va­to­ry of the Claren­don in New Bab­bage (

Alter­na­tive­ly, tune in at home on Radio Riel’s Main Stream on — or click here to launch your play­er imme­di­ate­ly if your brows­er is con­fig­ured to do so.

*A note on tim­ing: The show will begin after the end of the track play­ing at the top of the hour (we like to com­plete pieces of music). As a result the pro­gramme may start up to a few min­utes after the hour.

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2 Responses to “The ZBS Radio Hour: Moon Over Morocco Part 7”

  1. Anonymous says:

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  2. Gabrielle Riel says:

    Wel­come to the Riel Audio­philes!

    We play Radio dra­mas on our Main stream on Thurs­days at 7pm Pacif­ic time and on Sat­ur­days at 1pm and 7pm Pacif­ic time.

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    I am glad you found us. 🙂

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