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DESTINIES - THE VOICE OF SCIENCE FICTION airs on Fridays at 11:30 PM on WUSB, 90.1 FM, the radio station of the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Hundreds of writers, artists, editors, actors, producers, directors, and musicians have appeared on the program since its debut in April, 1983. Here are the Essential Destinies episodes from the last 26 years.

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The Essential episodes of Destinies-The Voice of Science Fiction

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March 8, 2002 An exclusive live telephone interview with New Age composer and performer David Arkenstone. With a career spanning more than two decades, including such classic albums as "In the Wake of the Wind," "The Spirit of Olympia," and the soundtrack for "Robot Wars," Arkenstone's 2001 album, "Music Inspired by Middle Earth" captures the spirit of "Lord of the Rings" without the use of words. You'll hear selections from the album, and learn if his previous story albums, "Quest of the Dream Warrior," and "Return of the Guardians," helped to pave the way for this interpretation of the ultimate fantasy quest saga.


2002 Interview with composer David Arkenstone
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February 11, 2005 Live telephone interview with composer David Arkenstone, who makes his second Destinies appearance to discuss and introduce selections from his Grammy-nominated album "Atlantis-A Symphonic Journey."



2005 interview with David Arkenstone
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June 28, 2002 Celebrating WUSB's 25th anniversary with a one-hour look back at 1997 featuring "Arianne," by Kyle Vincent; a Destinies Audiobook Sampler of "Men In Black;" an interview with composer David Arnold regarding his score for "Tomorrow Never Dies;" plus other film, Broadway, and television music from 1997. Part of WUSB's "25 years in 25 hours" special programming.

  

Destinies Celebrates WUSB's 25th Anniversary!
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November 15, 2002 Live telephone interview with composer Roger Bellon, who makes his third Destinies appearance to discuss and introduce selections from the compilation CD "The Best of Highlander-The Series."



Roger Bellon Interview
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September 10th, 2004 Elmer Bernstein Soundtrack Spotlight Memorial Special featuring music from "The Ten Commandments," "Saturn 3," "An American Werewolf in London," "Heavy Metal," "Ghostbusters," "Spies Like Us," and "Wild, Wild West."





Elmer Bernstein Soundtrack Spotlight Memorial Special
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June 8, 2001 Destinies' third annual Blues special, featuring a live, hour-long telephone interview with actor and blues musician Jim Byrnes, who discusses his work on "Highlander-The Series" and "Wiseguy," and introduces selections from his Juno Award-winning album, "That River."


2001 Interview with Jim Byrnes
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December 10, 2004 Destinies' annual Christmas special featuring a Soundtrack Spotlight on John Debney's score for Elf. Christopher DeFilippis discusses "The Dark Side of the Claus" in volume 2, number 41 of "DeFlip Side." And, The Six Million Dollar Man meets "The Toymaker" in a holiday presentation of the Destinies Radio Theater.


2004 Soundtrack Spotlight on John Debney!
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March 31, 2000 The legendary comedy DJ Dr. Demento, plus Richard Hatch and Jack Stauffer of "Battlestar Galactica" join hosts Howard Margolin and Glenn Hauman for the live Mystery Guest Special. Includes Joe Evangelista introduction and response.



2000 Mystery Guest Special with Dr. Demento
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March 31, 2000 The Dr. Demento Show: Live for one night only on WUSB, the legendary Dr. Demento spins an hour of demented music and comedy, prior to appearing live on Destinies immediately afterward.

Dr. Demento on WUSB
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August 27th, 2004 Soundtrack Spotlight Special: Jerry Goldsmith and the New York Filmharmonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall on 10/4/98 Part One



Jerry Goldsmith Part One
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September 3rd, 2004 Soundtrack Spotlight Special: Jerry Goldsmith and the New York Filmharmonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall on 10/4/98 Part Two



Jerry Goldsmith Part Two
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November 16th, 1990 Barry Gray's "Theme from Space: 1999", Dave MacPherson reads, "Lunch With Daddy" by Patricia Anthony, NASA Presents "The Space Story" and Jesse Flint reads "Stainless Steel Leech" by Roger Zelazny


Barry Gray (1908-1984)

Destinies November 1990 Short Stories
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December 12th, 2003 A Musical Eulogy for composer Michael Kamen featuring death and funeral music from "The Dead Zone," "Brazil," "Highlander," "Last Action Hero," "Jack," "The Iron Giant," "What Dreams May Come," and "X-Men."



Michael Kamen Tribute
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August 5th, 2005
The Live 2005 1-hour interview with Bear McCreary including Soundtrack Spotlight on "Battlestar Galactica Season One"


2005 Interview with Bear McCreary
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February 19th, 1999 Destinies was live with it's first interview with Neil Norman, featuring music from Greatest Science Fiction Hits IV


1999 Neil Norman Interview
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November 28, 2003 In a live telephone interview, Neil Norman makes his third Destinies appearance to discuss and introduce tracks from his Super Audio CD, "Sci-Fi in Hi-Fi."



2003 Interview with Neil Norman
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November 21, 1997 Live telephone interview with filksinger Tom Smith, featuring "Online Religion" and "Rocket Ride" from his CD "Plugged."

Interview with filksinger Tom Smith
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November 12, 1999 Live telephone interview with Ford A. Thaxton, producer of the 4-CD set "Twilight Zone: The 40th Anniversary Collection," featuring music by Bernard Herrmann and Jerry Goldsmith.



1999 Ford A. Thaxton Interview
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