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Karen

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  • "Performace Great/Audio not so"

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    I am a great fan of Asimov's Robot & Foundation series, I've read all of the books and want to listen to all of them also. My problem with this dramatization wasn't the performance, but the lack of audio editing. The voices were fine, however the sounds effects were so loud compared to the vocals that it actually hurt my ears.

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    The Foundation Trilogy (Dramatized)

    • ORIGINAL (7 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By Isaac Asimov, Maurice Denham, Prunella Scales
    • Narrated By Geoffrey Beevers, Lee Montague, Julian Glover, and others
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    The opening episode begins on Trantor, capital of the Galactic Empire, with the meeting of Seldon and Dornick, their trial, and their exile to Terminus. The action then jumps forward 50 years, to the first Seldon Crisis, where the repercussions of the recent independence of the Four Kingdoms of the Periphery are being felt on Terminus, and are handled by the first Mayor, Salvor Hardin....

    James says: "How can you go wrong with a must read book for $2"
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  • The Foundation Trilogy (Dramatized)

    "Great idea, but poor production"

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    The good: The Foundation Trilogy is, itself, a great sci-fi epic. This is a very good abridgement...basically, an audio play focusing on the dialog and "action" bits, and with much of the internal narration and descriptions of technology and scenery that made the full version somewhat odd (and overly wordy) are gone. The full version is pretty dry, and this is an improvement....I think this is a great idea.

    Also the voice actors are pretty good...many of them are very good actors overall and they do a good job with this material.

    It's also nice and cheap.

    The bad: The quality of the production is poor. Some of the voices are faint and hard to hear clearly. There is a bit of hiss in the recording as well.

    The ugly: The sounds effect and music are awful. Bad 1970's "electro-music" transitions and sound effects are pretty hideous and much louder than the voices (I found this less annoying listening through speakers instead of earbuds, although I still had to keep adjusting the volume). The echo/reverb effect used for the quotations from the Encyclopedia Galactica and elsewhere are unpleasant.

    The Summary: I'm giving this 4 stars for a great idea and a great job until post-production. If Audible (or the BBC) could go through it and clean up the post-production, it would be excellent. I disagree with the other reviewers that categorize it as "unlistenable," but years spent of watching "Blake's 7" and early "Doctor Who" may have partially immunized me against the more unpleasant aspects. :-)

    Note: There are very good unabridged versions of the 3 books of the Foundation Trilogy, read by Scott Brick, on Audible. Of course, it's 30x the price and 3x the length of this one.

  • Bradbury 13 (Dramatized)

    "Good story mix, well-produced."

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    Ray Bradbury is a Grand Master of Science Fiction; this is a set of 13 of Bradbury's stories adapted to radio. The adaptations and the productions are great.

    The selection of 13 stories are pretty diverse; some are hard-core sci-fi, other are more fantastic ("There was an Old Woman," "The Wind"), and some of them aren't necessarily sci-fi (or fantasy) at all ("The Screaming Woman," "The Ravine"). As is often the case with Ray Bradbury, the sci-fi/fantasy elements are often peripheral rather than key to the "real story," namely the psychological examination of the characters.

    These were originally 13 28-minute radio shows, which makes for a few production "funnies." Each chapter is it's own radio show, with an opening intro section (which perhaps should have been edited out) and closing credits. Also, one or two of the stories (especially "The Happiness Machine") are clearly being stretched out to fill up 28 minutes.

    I enjoyed "Bradbury 13" but didn't outright love it. (I could probably say the same about many of Ray Bradbury's works that I have read.)

  • The Lost World (Dramatized)

    "A fun story, production a little rough"

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    Doyle's "Lost World," which introduced his "Professor Challenger" hero (personality of Sherlock Holmes, physique and personality of a linebacker). The story is pretty straightfoward...Challenger, on a trip to the Amazon, found a plateau where living dinosaurs could be found. Nobody else believes him, but a party is formed to investigate his claims, and they have various adventures before returning to London.

    The story is fun entertainment. It is listed as a kid's story by Audible and it is generally appropriate for kids (assuming they can handle heroes begin chased by dinosaurs). The story is rather dated (it was written in 1912), and this production tried hard to keep the period flavor intact without keeping the attitudes (e.g. in the European heroes' interactions with the South American natives) that many find unacceptable in the 21st Century. In general, they did a good job on that score.

    The production is fun, with multiple voices acting out the parts (there are 4 main roles and about 8 minor ones), and it's a quick couple of hours listen. The production values are so-so, with a bit of crackle and hiss (when transcribed from cassette tape?) and some of the voices are hard to make out.

    Overall, worth a listen.

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  • "Radio Drama's Beat Audio Books!"

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    I have read all these stories, but because they were produced with influence of the author, but with dramatic license, the stories came alive! Since driving and texting, or watching videos is not viable, I don't understand why more radio drama doesn't exist. This is enjoyable and such a great set of stories by the Grand Master.

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    This collection features four classic, dramatized Robert Heinlein stories: "Universe", "Requiem", "The Green Hills of Earth", and "The Roads Must Roll".

    Chris says: "Heinlein at his Best"

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    • By J. R. R Tolkien
    • Narrated By Ian Holm, Michael Hordern, Robert Stephens
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    The Foundation Trilogy (Dramatized)

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    • Narrated By Geoffrey Beevers, Lee Montague, Julian Glover, and others
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    • Narrated By Ian Holm, Michael Hordern, Robert Stephens
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    • By J. R. R. Tolkien
    • Narrated By uncredited
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    • By Jacqueline Rayner
    • Narrated By David Tennant
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    • By Scott Harrison
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    • By Isaac Asimov
    • Narrated By Robert Trout
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    • By Ambrose Bierce, Robert Enrico
    • Narrated By Christian Stolte
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    • By Steve Nubie
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    • By Rod Serling, George Clayton Johnson
    • Narrated By Don Johnson
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    • By Montgomery Pittman
    • Narrated By Don Johnson
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    • By Earl Hamner
    • Narrated By Karen Black
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