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The Foundation Trilogy concists of: 1. Foundations 2. Foundation and Empire 3. Second Foundation The Foundation Trilogy is an epic science fiction series written over a span of forty-four years by Isaac Asimov. It consists of seven volumes that are closely linked to each other, although they can be read separately. The series is highly acclaimed, winning the one-time Hugo Award for "Best All-Time Series" in 1966.
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Isaac Asimov's The Foundation Trilogy was adapted for the BBC in eight hour-long episodes by Patrick Tull (episodes 1 to 4) and Mike Stott (episodes 5 to 8), directed by David Cain, first broadcast in 1973, and repeated in 1977 and 2002. Originally broadcast in 8 parts, between 6 May and 24 June 1973. Uploaded as a podcast for easy and accessible listening. The public domain audio files used are available on the Internet Archive at https://archive.org/details/IsaacAsimov-TheFoundationTrilogy ...
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Isaac Asimov's Foundation After Show

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In celebration of the new Apple TV Plus series Foundation, Jami Philbrick, Nikki Fowler, and Yael Tygiel will participate in a weekly after-show discussing each new episode. A new episode of the Foundation After Show will debut every Friday at 12:01am PT/3:01am ET.
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When her longtime crush Jake suddenly starts treating Becka like his girlfriend, she relishes the attention. But as time goes on, she realizes something isn’t quite right, almost as if the Jake she’s dating isn't the person she knows. Here is “Flipped,” read and written by Leah Cypess.
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In Faith Merino’s story from our March/April 2024 issue, the women of the house band together to uncover the mysterious noises coming from the empty attic—noises that the father seemingly can’t hear. Please enjoy “There’s Nothing in the Attic” read by the author herself.
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Embot is a time traveler sent from centuries in the future to narrate the life of Jane, a young woman trapped in an unhappy life. Forbidden from interfering in the thoughts or actions of its subjects, Embot can only watch as Jane takes the first, wary steps toward a second chance. But will it stick? Find out in “Embot’s Lament,” read and written by…
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In “Deep Blue Jump,” children as young as six harvest a narcotic, dream-inducing fruit, and any on-the-job mistakes or stolen product could be a death sentence. Find out whether newcomer Po & her friends can survive temptation and the harvesting conditions. Please enjoy “Deep Blue Jump,” read and written by Dean Whitlock.…
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Kim is a mutant who can control the mind of anyone she smells. She’s so powerful, she’s forced to endure therapy sessions with other mutants in lieu of jail time. Find out what happens when their doctor takes treatment a little too far in “Tilt,” read and written by Leslie What.
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When Joseph catches a glimpse of his new neighbor Antonio, he can't help feel an immediate attraction. Antonio is tall, tanned, painfully handsome—and just happens to be a robot. But is romance possible in a world teetering on the brink of destruction? Find out in “Sexy Apocalypse Robot,” read and written by Sandra McDonald.…
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Aran’s first vacation—in basically forever—involves twenty-six gate-hops and a fun entanglement with a couple of friendly arms dealers. Any sex worker with half a brain peddles information, but this time the intel leads Aran down a windy path with clues from his home-world and everything he left behind. What’s a rent-boy to do? Find out in “Planets…
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For ex-schoolteacher Marisela Feddie, life under Phosian rule isn’t so bad. Or so it seems. After all, these four-armed alien overlords seem more interested in observing humanity’s quirks that carrying out its extinction. But are the Phosians really who they say they are? Find out in “Alien Housing,” read and written by Karen Heuler.…
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If you could virtually simulate any type of extraordinary life experience, would you go on a hike of Himalayan proportions, or maybe just a hot date? Here is the story of a man whose life changes upon making a far more mundane choice, and upends his perception of reality in the process. This is “Forty-Eight Minutes at the Trainview Cafe” read and w…
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Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki’s “Destiny Delayed” is set in a futuristic uber-capitalist Nigeria where the wealthy ruling class has further deepened the inequality gap and found new metaphysical ways to exploit the poor. While purportedly impossible to deny, destiny can be delayed, perhaps indefinitely. Enjoy this bonus podcast for the spooky season, …
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Sam is the star host of an interplanetary travel program. Usually, Sam's adventures go quite smoothly—or at least they appear that way to viewers. Filming on Freyja, however, presents some unique challenges, such as killer plants that happen to be named after famous artists. Will Sam be in need of rescue or save the day when things go awry? Here is…
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When the golems returned from the moon wars, they didn’t receive the heroes welcome they deserved. Instead, this race of humanoids designed to withstand the harsh lunar environment faced extermination at the hands of those they fought for. Will the last one survive? Find out in K.A. Teryna’s “The Tin Pilot,” translated by Alex Schvartsman & read by…
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Nobody else on Mars can brew beer quite like Paul Hopper. He’s an Earther who’s been forced into servitude by a surly brewery owner. But he’s the type who’d rather press on and drink his beer rather than cry in it. Despite his resignation to this situation, Paul soon finds himself on an uncharacteristic adventure. Find out Paul’s future as James Va…
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What comes to your mind when you think of service? Is it limited to a call you make to complain about your terrible experience? I’m advocating that Service is not limited to a place, a call, or group. Service is available to all. An attitude of service unlocks and welcomes freedom.
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A brief reminder of your humanity. It’s not a secret: We are emotional beings! The customer or boss have robotic expectations for our output and it’s up to us to determine how we will deliver especially when our humanity gets in the way of that top performance.
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In the wake of a near-fatal accident, Emma struggles to readjust to home life. But it’s not the nagging sling or her son’s new habit that she can’t stop thinking about. Instead, Emma obsesses over the improbably nature of her rescue: a quirk of the universe may have changed the lives of her and her family forever. This is “The Magpie Stacks Probabi…
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Theresa moved into her new smarthome with healthy skepticism. Here was a house with everything she could ever need or want—and more—for an affordable price on her nail stylist’s salary. To her, the artificial intelligence inside was little more than a shiny gimmick, but one she’d gladly deal with to give her daughter Niyah a better life. There had …
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Welcome to the HCA Foundation After Show where each week Jami Philbrick, Nikki Fowler, and Yael Tygiel will have an in-depth and spoiler-filled discussion about the latest episode of #AppleTV Plus' #Foundation. This week's episode is the season one finale episode entitled, The Leap
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Welcome to the HCA Foundation After Show where each week Jami Philbrick, Nikki Fowler, and Yael Tygiel will have an in-depth and spoiler-filled discussion about the latest episode of #AppleTV Plus' #Foundation. A new episode will be released every Friday at 12 am PT/3:00 am ET. This week's episode is a review of episode nine entitled, The First Cri…
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The Greatbread 2X is no ordinary toaster. It’s sleek; it knows countless recipes; it happens to be sentient. And one just showed up on Nadia’s doorstep. Enjoy “Bread and Circuits,” from our November/December issue, read and written by Misha Lenau.
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On the eighth episode of the Foundation After Show, Jami, Nikki, and Yael discuss "The Missing Piece" and their predictions for the rest of the season. Episode eight of Foundation entitled, "The Missing Piece", was released on Apple TV Plus on Friday, November 5, 2021.
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