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Little Lost Robot

The rise of robotics in the 21st century, told through the poignant and mysterious story of enigmatic lawyer, Stevie Byerley. Originally written over 60 years ago, Isaac Asimov's stories are becoming truer with every day that passes. The world that he imagined is now upon us. Starring Hermione Norris.

Episode Three : Little Lost Robot
The Three Laws of Robotics are sacred because they define the limits of artificial intelligence, tamper with them at your peril. But Stevie finds that's exactly what's happened on a space station where a rogue robot has been reprogrammed and is now AWOL.

Original Music......................... Imran Ahmad
Sound Design.......................... Alistair Lock
Editorial Consultant.................. Bev Doyle
Script Editor........................... Colin Brake
Development Producer............... Patrick Chapman

Dramatised by Richard Kurti
Produced and Directed by Andrew Mark Sewell

A B7 production for BBC Radio 4.

Release date:

15 minutes

Last on

Wed 8 Feb 2017 19:45

Credits

Role Contributor
Stevie ByerleyHermione Norris
QuinnBrendan Coyle
Major KallnerKelly Burke
Doctor BlackGary Turner
PsychiatristDiane Spencer
NESTOR ROBOTSNicholas Briggs
AuthorIsaac Asimov
AdaptorRichard Kurti
DirectorAndrew Mark Sewell
ProducerAndrew Mark Sewell

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