The Transit Of Earth By Arthur C. Clarke; Read by Arthur C. Clarke 1 |MP3| – Approx. 30 Minutes [UNABRIDGED] Publisher: Caedmon Published: 1975 Product #: TC-1566
Special Arthur C. Clarke tribute show. The centerpiece is the short story "The Hammer of God" by Clarke. It’s read by Golden Voice awarded narrator Scott Brick with Gabrielle de Cuir. Plus Arthur C. Clarke speech at the 1965 Hugo ceremony. Also commentary by Vernor Vinge, Scott Brick and Stefan Rudnicki.
This week on Writers & Company, remembering Sir Arthur C. Clarke, author of science fiction classics such as, "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "Childhood?s End." Clarke was described as an "interplanetary treasure" for his visionary writings in both science and fiction. On Tuesday, March 18th, Arthur Charles …
By: Julie Kuehl, Jeff Syer, Mike McPeek
Description: Prophets of Science Fiction is a Science Channel series looking at 8 of the greatest sci-fi writers and their contributions to the art and to science itself. Among the authors in the series are Isaac Asimov, Jules Verne, Robert Heinlein and the subject of this podcast Arthur C. Clarke. Some sci-fi storytellers are content to merely predict, but Sir Arthur C. Clarke creates. The writer is single-handedly responsible for the cornerstone of modern telecommunication technology: the satellite. Clarke’s collaboration with director Stanley Kubrick on the iconic 2001 predicted videophones, iPads, and commercial spaceflight, while redefining science-fiction cinema for a new generation.