Producer and host Dr. Howard Margolin writes with the upcoming schedule for Destinies—The Voice of Science Fiction, which airs Fridays at 11:30PM on 90.1 FM, WUSB, Stony Brook, New York. The show is also netcast at www.wusb.fm; and archived at www.captphilonline.com/Destinies.html.
2 November: Destinies joins in WUSB’s Hip-Hop Marathon with a sampling of nerdcore rap. Tony Goldmark laments about “Tech Support,” The Great Luke Ski performs “What’s Up Spock?,” and Logan Whitehurst and the Junior Science Club sing the praises of “Robot Cat.” Then, at the I-Con 27 Cabaret, Devo Spice of Sudden Death performs “Pillagers,” “Blood, Guts, and Boobs,” and “My Atari.”
9 November: Saluting the release of Skyfall and the 50th anniversary of James Bond in movies with a Destinies Radio Theater presentation of Dr. No. Christopher DeFilippis returns with volume 2, number 131 of “DeFlip Side.” Plus, a James Bond Soundtrack Spotlight featuring music by John Barry.
16 November: A Destinies Radio Theater 71-year flashback featuring The Shadow in The Three Frightened Policemen, as originally aired on November 16, 1941.
23 November: Celebrating the 49th anniversary of “Doctor Who” by presenting an exclusive interview with actor Paul McGann, who played the eighth Doctor in the 1996 Fox TV movie and numerous Big Finish Audio productions, recorded at I-Con 31.