To make it easier for you to discover my Bradbury 100 podcast, you'll periodically see this page, which gathers all the episodes and shows together.
Bonus Video Episode - video of my public lecture on Fahrenheit 451 at seventy (extended, lavishly illustrated video version of podcast episode 42)
Bonus Video episode - video of my public lecture on The Illustrated Man at seventy (extended, lavishly illustrated video version of podcast episode 27)
Bonus Video Episode - video of my public lecture on The Martian Chronicles at seventy (extended, lavishly illustrated video version of part of podcast episode 17)
Bonus LIVE Episode - writer Steven Paul Leiva returns as we celebrate Ray's 101st birthday
Episode 46 - Chronological Bradbury: Ray's stories published in 1938
Episode 45 - Rescuing the movie Something Wicked This Way Comes after a disastrous preview
Episode 44 - How Ray wrote the book and movie Something Wicked This Way Comes
Episode 43 - Books that never were: proposed Bradbury books that didn't come into being
Episode 42 - Fahrenheit 451 at Seventy (live talk)
Episode 41 - Ray's "ghost writer" friends
Episode 40 - The "Rocket Summer" you probably don't know
Episode 39 - Ray Bradbury and Christmas
Episode 38 - Ray and EC Comics
Episode 37 - Bradbury's dinosaur tales
Episode 36 - The tragic death of Ray's Uncle Lester
Episode 35 - Bradbury's October
Episode 34 - Bradbury's advice to writers
Episode 33 - Bradbury's story "The Exiles"
Episode 32 - Dandelion Wine live talk
Episode 31 - August 2022 update
Episode 30 - Ray Bradbury's other Mars stories
Episode 29 - Ray Bradbury and the question of "style"
Episode 28 - the best Martian Chronicles films never made
Episode 27 - The Illustrated Man at Seventy (also available in extended, illustrated, video form - see Bonus Video episodes at the top of this list)
Episode 26 - tracking down "The Lonely One"
Episode 25 - with Bradbury scholar Phil Nichols!
Episode 24 - with writer and Bradbury scholar Steve Gronert Ellerhoff
Episode 23 - with writer and actor David J. Loftus
Episode 22 - with filmmaker and visual effects artist Christopher Cooksey
Episode 21 - with Russian author Pavel Gubarev, webmaster of the Russian Ray Bradbury website
Episode 20 - April 2021 update
Episode 18 - with science fiction writer and scholar Howard V. Hendrix, on Bradbury's influence and legacy
Episode 17 - with highlights from two centenary events: Bradbury 100 Live and The Martian Chronicles at Seventy (both of these events are also available in extended video form - see Bonus Video episodes at the top of this list)
Episode 16 - with writer and friend of Ray, Gregory Miller
Episode 15 - with Emmy-winning actor Bill Oberst Jr, who appears as Ray in a one-person show
Episode 14 - with writer and scholar Jeffrey Kahan on how Bradbury's fiction works
Episode 13 - with storyteller Megan Wells on performing Bradbury's stories and characters
Episode 12 - with writer/director/actor Jerry Robbins, who adapted many Bradbury works for Colonial Radio Theater
Episode 11 - with writer and editor Charles Ardai, who edited the new Bradbury crime story collection Killer, Come Back To Me
Episode 10 - with Ray Bradbury Theatre composer John Massari
Episode 9 - with scholar Miranda Corcoran, talking about Ray's "Elliott family"
Episode 8 - the second part of my interview with award-winning dramatist Brian Sibley, talking mostly about adapting Bradbury for radio
Episode 7 - with writer and broadcaster Brian Sibley, talking mostly about Disney
Episode 6 - continuing my interview with Jonathan R. Eller, Bradbury biographer and scholar
Episode 5 - with Jonathan R. Eller, Bradbury biographer, whose latest book Bradbury Beyond Apollo completes his biographical trilogy
Episode 4 - with photographer Elizabeth Nahum-Albright, who has a current exhibition on Ray Bradbury's house
Episode 3 - with Sandy Petroshius of the Ray Bradbury Experience Museum
Episode 2 - with Jason Aukerman of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies
Episode 1 - with author Steven Paul Leiva, creator of Ray Bradbury Week in Los Angeles
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