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The Twilight Zone "Radio Dramas" is a nationally syndicated radio series featuring adaptations of the classic television series The Twilight Zone, launched in October 2002. Many of the stories are based on Rod Serling's scripts from the original Twilight Zone series, and are slightly expanded and updated to reflect contemporary technology and trends (e.g., the mention of "cell phones" and "CD-ROMs" which, of course, were not around when the television show aired in the 1960's). In addition to adapting all of the original episodes aired on the 1959-1964 TV series, the radio series has also adapted some Twilight Zone TV scripts which were never produced, scripts from other Serling TV productions, and new stories written especially for the radio series. Taking Serling's role as narrator is Stacy Keach. A different Hollywood actor, such as Blair Underwood and James Caviezel, takes the lead role in each radio drama. In addition, several stars who appeared on the original TV series, such as H.M. Wynant, Orson Bean and Morgan Brittany, appear, although purposely not in the roles they originated on television. The series features a full cast, music and sound effects and is produced in the flavor of classic radio dramas but using today's technology.

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    MP3 is generally the format you may find here; to embed simply means code that will put a player or other material from this page onto your own website.

    I've read there is a drag-n-drop feature in iTunes preferences that allows you to drag and drop MP3 files from Windows to iTunes. You're looking for your iPod to show up as a drive when plugged into your computer.

    Similar to my Blackberry phone, iTunes relies heavily upon properly formated tags (ID3,etc.) so that you can find the files on your iPod once cataloged - otherwise they may show up in an (Unknown), unsorted listing.

    [This should not be quite so complicated, and you'd think if you transferred the file to iPod that you'd be able to access it by the same name as you saw on your computer. This isn't the case, as a tag system "catalogs" audio files as Artist>Album>Title, etc using the contents of the file "tag"]

    Hope this helps?
    ~Dave

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