On 02/07/18 08:47, Robert Carnegie wrote:
> On Sunday, 1 July 2018 20:15:29 UTC+1, James Nicoll wrote:
>> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>> Robert Carnegie <***@excite.com> wrote:
>>> On Sunday, 1 July 2018 15:43:59 UTC+1, James Nicoll wrote:
>>>> Young People Listen To Old SFF: The Veldt by Ray Bradbury
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>>> Did they "read" a radio production (there's several,
>>> as you say) - or the "codex" form with words drawn onto
>>> leaves of paper, like a screen, but once you've read
>>> the story, you throw the "codex" away?
>> They listen, as the title says. The url says read because this
>> began as a reading project and the name of the site is Young
>> People Read Old SFF.
> I think that at least one cheated and read a book.
> I didn't notice a production identified - perhaps in a previous episode - but I think I can identify this from
> as the "X Minus One" version of 1955? Where what happens
> on the holodeck stays on the holodeck? Whereas in the
> original the kids get to Narnia and Aslan takes against
> the parents.
That is how I remember the original so I was a little confused by the
Young People's comments blaming my memory. So thank you.