He is now following it up with a tribute on BBC Radio 4. He will be in conversation on the obituary programme Last Word at 4pm British time this afternoon.
The programme will then be available to listen to for at least seven days on the BBC iPlayer. You will find a direct link to the broadcast on the programme's web page, here.
Other excellent tributes to Ray Bradbury have been appearing in the last couple of days. Here are some of the best:
- The Los Angeles Times has a whole set of features on Ray, his life and his legacy
- The Guardian reported on Barack Obama's tribute to Ray, and also published Neil Gaiman's appreciation and an obituary written by SF critic David Pringle
- BBC News has a collection of articles about Ray, including an excerpt from a Wogan TV interview
- BBC Radio 4's Today programme carried an interview with author and SF historian Brian Aldiss
UPDATE: Neil Gaiman has also uploaded a recording of himself reading his story "The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury" at an event last November. The recording is here, and Neil blogs about it here.