1984 | Brigham Young University
Bradbury 13 is a collection of radio dramatizations based on the imaginative science fiction stories by renowned author Ray Bradbury. This series, produced by the Media Services Division of Brigham Young University in cooperation with National Public Radio’s Satellite Development Fund, is a faithful and exciting adaptation of Bradbury’s tales which takes full advantage of radio’s ability to create sound pictures. Credible and often clever dialogue is interwoven with exciting stereophonic sound and music effects to produce a rich and stimulating theatre of the mind. Bradbury 13 successfully demonstrates that radio drama as an art form is far from extinction. For this, a Peabody Award to Brigham Young University for Bradbury 13.
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