Golden Apples Of The Sun

Episodes

EpisodeTitleRepeatedComments
01The Golden Apples Of The Sun, Hail And Farewell20161106 (BBC7)
20161107 (BBC7)

Stories about a voyage to the sun and a young boy whose real age is a mystery.

From Ray Bradbury's collection of sci-fi short-stories: a tale about a voyage to the sun - and a young boy whose real age is a mystery...

Starring Don Fellows, Ed Bishop, Simon Treves and Judy Bennett.

Dramatised by Lawrence Gilbert.

Producer: Peter Hutchings

First broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991.

02The Flying Machine, The Fruit At The Bottom Of The Bowl20161113 (BBC7)
20161114 (BBC7)

Stories about the terrible perils of invention and the murderous dangers of jealousy.

Stories about the terrible perils of invention and the murderous dangers of jealousy. With Don Fellows and Ed Bishop.

From Ray Bradbury's collection of sci-fi short-stories: the terrible perils of invention and the murderous dangers of jealousy...

Starring Don Fellows, Ed Bishop, Turan Ali and Paul Maxwell.

Dramatised by Lawrence Gilbert.

Producer: Peter Hutchings

First broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991.

03A Sound Of Thunder/the Murderer20161120 (BBC7)
20161121 (BBC7)

Stories about a risky time-travelling safari trip and a technology-loathing man.

Stories about a risky time-travelling safari trip and a technology-loathing man. Stars Don Fellows, Ed Bishop and Judy Bennett.

From Ray Bradbury's collection of sci-fi short-stories: a risky time-travelling safari trip and a technology-loathing man...

Starring Don Fellows, Ed Bishop and Judy Bennett.

Dramatised by Lawrence Gilbert.

Producer: Peter Hutchings

First broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991.

04The April Witch/the Fog Horn20161127 (BBC7)
20161128 (BBC7)

Including the story that led to the 1953 film The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms.

From Ray Bradbury's collection of sci-fi short-stories: a magical creature - and the story that led to Ray's 1953 film 'The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms'.

Starring Ed Bishop, Paul Maxwell, Lindsey Coulson and Ferne Arfin.

Dramatised by Lawrence Gilbert.

Producer: Peter Hutchings

First broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991.