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Destinies Celebrates its 41st Anniversary

From Howard Margolin:

This week, Destinies celebrates its 41st anniversary with a one-hour special.

Tune in Friday night, for a look back at the past year of the show, with a blend of the best material of the past year, as well as all-new features.

You'll hear encore readings by authors Patrick Thomas and J. H. Nadler; never-before-aired music from Angelo Panetta, Insensate Machine, and Marco Beltrami; the reasons why the Blue Beetle movie epitomized "Super-hero Fatigue," plus host Howard Margolin's duet with actress Sophie Aldred, and composer Mason Williams and harpist Deborah Henson-Conant teaming up for the annual variation on "Classical Gas."

Christina M. Rau reads her Wonder Woman-inspired poem "Hubris." Patrick Thomas' "Dear Cthulhu" answers a letter from a man who has a strange definition of the word "bibliophile."

And, learn how you can receive your choice of 325 different Destinies exclusive premiums for your pledge of support during this Spring Radiothon special.

Friday, April 26th, at 11:30 PM.

Destinies-The Voice of Science Fiction