Alien Voices | Journey to the Center of the Earth on Radio Riel

Oh, I love, love, LOVED this series when it was first broadcast, I highly recommend it!

In the 1990s Leonard Nimoy and John de Lancie collaborated on a series of audio dramas of 19th century SF. Today Riel Theatre presents part one of their rendition of Jules Verne’s Journey to the Centre of the Earth. Based on the original novel, we follow the German Professor Otto Lindenbrok and his nephew Axel. Unlike the better known movie with James Mason, there is no evil descendent of Arne Saknussem, no Atlantis, no widow of a competitor and sadly, no Gertrude. Still, it’s an excellent adaptation of a very famous story.

Join us at the Clarendon Conservatory from 7pm SLT on Thursday night.

via Radio Riel: Riel Theatre presents Journey to the Centre of the Earth.

Lelani Carver is a Steampunk resident in Second Life who blogs a little about everything, and about nothing of any importance.

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