Bradbury 13 was a series of radio adaptations of Ray Bradbury stories. The series was created by Michael McDonough, who also adapted the stories, directed and produced the programs. Bradbury 13 aired nationally on NPR Playhouse on over 250 radio stations. Ray Bradbury introduced each episode, and Paul Frees acted as the announcer of each of the thirteen stories. Original music was composed by Roger Hoffmann and Greg Hansen.
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Home station||KBYU-FM Provo Utah|
|Created by||Michael McDonough|
|Directed by||Michael McDonough|
|Produced by||Michael McDonough|
|Executive producer(s)||Dean Van Uitert|
|Edited by||Michael McDonough|
|Narrated by||Paul Frees|
|Recording studio||Brigham Young University|
|Original release||1983– 1984|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Sponsored by||National Public Radio|
Bradbury 13 has achieved a cult status with many fans over the years, especially with those who enjoy radio drama.
- The Ravine
- Night Call, Collect
- The Veldt
- There Was An Old Woman
- Dark They Were And Golden Eyed
- The Screaming Woman
- A Sound Of Thunder
- The Man
- The Wind
- The Fox and The Forest
- Here There Be Tygers
- The Happiness Machine
- OTR Plot Spot: Bradbury 13 - plot summaries and reviews.
- Bradbury 13 Episodes at the Internet Archive.