ZBS Radio Hour: The Making of…

Hel­lo ZBS fans! If you’ve been enjoy­ing Moon Over Moroc­co on the ZBS Radio Hour, which fin­ished last week, you might be inter­est­ed to know that Meat­ball Ful­ton, the man behind the series, has post­ed a pod­cast on the ZBS web site which includes some fas­ci­nat­ing insights on how the series came togeth­er, back in 1974.

You can find the Mak­ing of Moon Over Moroc­co pod­cast here: it’s Episode 5 of “Meat­bal­l’s Meat­balls”.

This com­ing Sat­ur­day on the ZBS Radio Hour you can catch not one, but two new seri­als from ZBS – back to back!

Tune in at 11am and 7pm SLT for The Fourth Tow­er of Inver­ness – the orig­i­nal, amaz­ing Jack Flan­ders adven­ture that start­ed the whole thing way back in 1972, when Jef­fer­son Air­plane fund­ed its mak­ing and dis­tri­b­u­tion to radio sta­tions across the Unit­ed States. Before that time the “radio com­mune” of ZBS, based in up-state New York, had been pro­duc­ing com­mer­cials – main­ly for record com­pa­nies – and spe­cial DJ pro­mo LPs for Warn­er Reprise (The Warn­er Reprise Radio Show series). There’s a Meat­bal­l’s Meat­balls episode on the mak­ing of Fourth Tow­er too.

In sec­ond half hour of the ZBS Radio Hour, we present a sci-fi ser­i­al – Ruby, the Adven­tures of a Galac­tic Gumshoe – an excit­ing, fast-mov­ing space adven­ture with some extreme­ly imag­i­na­tive touch­es.

Don’t miss the ZBS Radio Hour this Sat­ur­day! Lis­ten on Radio Riel’s Main Stream or join us in per­son at the Claren­don Con­ser­va­to­ry in New Bab­bage.

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