A radio show highlighting science fiction short stories by women, contextualized with related science and contemporaneous experimental music.
BBWRG airs on KCSB-FM 91.9 in Santa Barbara Saturday evenings from 7-8pm pacific time. You can listen to it live at kcsb.org, on iTunes or via an RSS reader.
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May 21st 2018
In this episode I read “Miracle in there Dimensions” by Catherine Lucille Moore and play music from 1939.
April 29th 2018
In this episode I read “The City on the Cloud" by L.Taylor Hansen with guest expert Skyler Kasko.
April 25th 2018
In this episode I read “Women only” and “Year of the Big Thaw” by Marion Zimmer Bradley.
April 14th 2018
This episode is about Leigh Brackett. I read “The Stellar Legion."
April 7th 2018
This episode is about Andre Norton and the year 1956. I read “By a Hair" and "All Cats are Grey."
April 7th 2018
This episode is about Margaret St. Clair and the year 1958. I read “To Please the Master" and "Dreadful Dreamer."
March 17th 2018
This episode is about Helen M. Urban and the year 1962. I read “The Glory of Ippling."
March 10th 2018
This episode is about Dorothy and John de Courcy and the year 1946. I read “Don't Mention it!" and “Foundling on Venus."
March 3rd 2018
This episode is about Carol Emshwiller and the year 1957. I read “Hunting Machine" and "This Thing Called Love."
February 24th 2018
This episode is about Anne McCaffrey, Helen Huber and the year 1953. I read “Freedom of Race” by Anne McCaffrey and “I'll Kill You Tomorrow” by Helen Huber.
February 17th 2018
This episode is about Katherine MacLean and the year 1954. I read “Collision Orbit” and “The Carnivore” by Katherine MacLean.
February 10th 2018
This episode is about Evelyn Smith and the year 1955. I read “The Vilbar Party” and “The Doorway” by Evelyn Smith.
February 3rd 2018
This episode is about TD Hamm and the year 1953. I read “The Corner” and “Native Son” by T.D. Hamm.
January 27th 2018
This episode is about Lyn Venable and the year 1952. I read “Time Enough at Last” and “Homesick."