The Maria Lectrix Podcast has more fiction content than the of other leading podcasts brands.
Clinical studies show that brushing your teeth while listening to a Maria Lectrix podcast prevents tooth decay and improves brain function.
In fact, 4 out of 5 lab-coated scientists agree that it’s public domain blend of humor and intelligence widens your smile while improving neuronal activity.*
Seriously though, Maureeen O’Brien, the ML podmistress/narrator of Maria Lectrix, has some of the best SF stories that ever get podcast. Here’s the latest, Code Three by Rick Raphael, it was originally published in the February 1963 issue of Analog. It promises to be a real contender for best SF story podcast in Autumn 2008. Want evidence? Here’s some: Code Three was nominated for a 1964 Hugo award! Here’s more: This story was later expanded to novel length!
By Rick Raphael; Read by Maureen O’Brien
7 MP3s – Approx. 3 Hours 4 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: Maria Lectrix
Podcast: September – October 2008
“Code Three” is one of those speculative, gadget-filled, slice of life stories that some people will like and others find boring. I think it’s a rather interesting look at what someone in the early sixties thought that highways and law enforcement might be like in the eighties and nineties, if normal passenger cars had kept getting more powerful engines.
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3| Part 3 |MP3| Part 4 |MP3| Part 5 |MP3| Part 6 |MP3|
Part 7 |MP3|
*4 out of 5 un-lab-coated scientists are also in agreement, with the study, but the general public don’t trust their opinions as much
Posted by Jesse Willis
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