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Commander Zanzibar defends her supply bay / produced by Jerry Modjeski, Peter Stenshoel, Stuart Mathews.

Program Title:
Commander Zanzibar defends her supply bay / produced by Jerry Modjeski, Peter Stenshoel, Stuart Mathews.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0555.08
Description: 

Futuristic science-fiction radio magazine. The magazine is said to originate from the Little City in Space, a multi-layered space station. The three hosts take the listeners on a satirical tour of LCS-1.|COMMANDER ZANZIBAR DEFENDS HER SUPPPLY BAY / produced by Jerry Modjeski, Peter Stenshoel, Stuart Mathews. SERIES: Little city in space| no. 8 Futuristic science-fiction radio magazine. The magazine formate is said to originate from the Little City in Space, a multi-layered space station. The three hosts take the listeners on a satirical tour of LCS-1. CONTENT: Commander Zanzibar defends her Supply Bay against jibes of the Clowns of Industry| Paul Bunny explains cling for the Day Fabrics| Stu loses his shirt to show a glow-in-the-dark tattoo| a visit to the Mad Wizard's Sound Chamber. BROADCAST: Satellite, 1989.

Commander Zanzibar defends her supply bay against jibes of the clowns of industry -- Paul Bunny explains cling for the day fabrics -- Stu loses his shirt to show a glow-in-the-dark tattoo -- a visit to the mad Wizard's sound chamber.

Date Recorded on: 
Date Broadcast on: 
Satellite, 1989.
Item duration: 
1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., stereo.|59:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1989.
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