Kim’s Science-fiction audio drama, set in the near future, and part of BBC Radio 4’s Science Fiction Season 2009 was broadcast today on BBC4. Busy, successful couple Angela and Barty Flitcroft want a child but do not have the time to look after it. The solution is a genetically-enhanced daughter, Joy, birthed by a surrogate … Continue reading
A five-part series of audio essays, “Loving The Raven”, will be broadcast every evening from 11.00-11.15pm on Monday 12 to Friday 16 January on BBC Radio 3 to tie-in with the bi-centenary of the birth of Edgar Allan Poe (January 19, 1809). Kim wrote the fifth essay (it airs on Friday) called Thou Hast Murdered … Continue reading
You can see Kim giving expert opinion in the current BBC TV documentary series, British Film Forever. Expect to see a lot of him in the August 25th episode, Magic, Murder & Monsters: the story of Horror and Fantasy.
Kim will appear in a number of the programmes in the BBC4 science fiction season, Science Fiction Britannia, which is starting on the 13th of November. You can catch him on The Martians and Us, Timeshift: Parallel Worlds, and some of the specials on British SF TV and film.
You can now read ‘A Shambles in Belgravia’, a Sherlock Holmes-related story by Kim, on the BBC Cult site. You can wait to hear the live broadcast of the story on BBC7 (digital radio) at 1.30pm and 8pm on 20 January, or you can listen to it now.