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DESTINIES-The Voice of Science Fiction for Friday, January 6.

his week, the Destinies Film Review Team assembles live for its 38th annual look back at the genre movies of the previous year.

Tune in Friday night, as Destinies' Fantastic Film Four take turns listing their five favorite and one least favorite science fiction, fantasy, adventure, horror, and super-hero movies of 2022, and discussing as many of the rest as they've seen.

Which of the 94 eligible movies of last year will make the cut? Will there be a consensus on any of them? Will one person's best be another's worst? Which film had the outstanding score of the year?

And, what are the movies worth on the famous Destinies zero to nine dollars rating scale?

Find out on Friday, January 6th, at 11:30 PM, when hosts Howard Margolin, Audrey Dettmering, Dave Campfield, and Timothy Gillespie review the films of 2022 on Destinies-The Voice of Science Fiction.

Yaron Brook Talks War, Economics, Technology and Ideas on Tom Needham’s THE SOUNDS OF FILM

Yaron Brook is chairman of the board of the Ayn Rand Institute. He wears many hats at the institute and travels extensively as ARI’s spokesman.

Brook can be heard on Yaron Brook Show, which airs live on YouTube, Spotify and Spreaker. He is also a frequent guest on national radio and television programs such as the Lex Fridman Podcast.


Airs Thursday, Janaury 5, 6-8 PM



DECONSTRUCTING KAREN’s Regina Jackson, Saira Rao, and Director Patty Ivins Specht Up Next on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

In this provocative documentary, white women experience RADICAL HONESTY ABOUT RACISM…their daily role in upholding it, their conditioning to ignore it and the essential part they can play in tearing down the systems that are killing black and brown people every single day.


Airs Thursday, December 15 from 6-8 PM.

Tales & Music of Bear, Paddy Malone, Jerry Garcia on Fermented Radio

Join us this Friday. December 16 at 10:00 am for an extra special Fermented Radio. 

Host Marc Greene welcomes back Executive Director Bill “Hawk” Semens and Pete Bell of the Owsley Stanley Foundation. These keepers of Bear’s Sonic legacy continue to dip into the incredible wealth of Owsley’s audio archives, the Sonic Journals he captured while working as sound engineer with numerous acts both inside and outside of the Grateful Dead’s immediate family.

The most recent addition is the wonderful The Foxhunt: The Chieftains in San Francisco, 1973 & 1976, capturing a pair of performances by Paddy Maloney’s Irish folk legends, including a set opening for Old and In the Way performed at Jerry Garcia’s invitation.

The gang at the Owsley Stanley Foundation continues to sift through Bear’s tapes, checking and double-checking to make sure they find everything, and this year they found a few somethings.

Tune in at 10:00 am this Friday.  Tales of Bear, Paddy Malone, Jerry Garcia and much more.

This Week on Destinies

This week, Destinies sets the TARDIS to the afternoon of November 21, 2021, where, at the Long Island Doctor Who convention, author John Peel discusses his work on the Doctor Who spin-off projects featuring UNIT and The Brigadier, in part one of a two-part presentation.

Tune in Friday night, as John Peel makes his long-awaited 10th appearance to talk about how he came to write novels and later audio books about Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart and the members of the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce.

You'll also learn about the life of a freelance writer, and the demands of publishers.

In addition, John recalls his encounters with various Doctor Who actors, including Jon Levene and Anthony Ainley, at conventions over the years.

Friday, December 9th, at 11:30 PM.
Hosted by Howard Margolin.