ZBS Radio Hour: The Making of…

in Daily Programme

by Elrik Merlin on Wednesday, 24 March, 2010

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.


{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: