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Conclusions

Duration: 18:40, Size: 8.7M

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Everything must come to an end.  And so it goes with the serial we’ve been bringing you for the last three weeks, “The Adventures of the Crimson Hawk: The Crimson and the Red” by Thomas E. Fuller [EDIT 4-21: Whoops!  This episode was written by William Alan Ritch!].  This is the third and final installment in this particular saga, but there’s plenty more where that came from.  We currently have almost twenty adventures of the Crimson Hawk, so if you like them be sure to let us know!

Also this week we bring you an ARTC favorite, “Bumpers Crossroads: Hide, A Cow’s Outside” by Daniel Taylor.  The last word on the end of a lot of bad jokes.  This was recorded live at the Gwinnett History Center back in 1999.

And lest you forget that we have more recent work available, there’s also a short sample from our studio release of Robert A. Heinlein’s “The Menace From Earth”.

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Continuity

Duration: 18:03  Size: 8.5M

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Hello again, and welcome to another ARTC podcast.  This week I’ve chosen to call the episode “Continuity” for a couple of reasons.  First, we’ll be continuing the episode of “The Crimson Hawk” that we began last week by playing part two of “The Crimson and the Red” by Thomas E. Fuller [EDIT 4-21: Whoops!  This episode was written by William Alan Ritch!].

Next we’ll bring you “Unresolved Mysteries, Solved While U Wait: A Very Special Creation” by Ron N. Butler, which, without giving too much away, deals with the continuity of the universe.

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Heroes and Villains in the Big City

Length: 18:52 Size: 9M

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Welcome again!  This week we bring you tales of Heroes and Villains in the Big City.  We begin with Thomas E. Fuller’s “The Adventures of the Crimson Hawk: The Crimson and the Red” episode one  [EDIT 4-21: Whoops!  This episode was written by William Alan Ritch!].  This is a three part serial, so be sure to tell us how you like it at podcast@artc.org.  This was performed live at the coffeehouse in Little Five Points in Atlanta.  This is one of our older recordings, and we’re not exactly sure what year, but it was pre-1996.

Next up is Jonathan Strickland’s “Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment: Subterranean Subterfuge” recorded live at Sci Fi Summer in 2005.

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The Crimson Hawk: The Widow’s Web

(Time 31:45, Size 14.5 MB)

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* Bumper’s Crossroads: Whole Lotto Shakin’ Going’ On by Daniel Taylor.

* Nikki’s Place: In a Bit of a Jam by Ron N. Butler.

* The Crimson Hawk: The Widow’s Web by Ron N. Butler (based on characters originated by Thomas E. Fuller.)