This month, we pay tribute as we go back to the archives with interviews with those who’ve passed, but whose legacy lives on. This week- Tim Hildebrandt, one half of the Brothers Hildebrandt, interviewed with brother Greg and author Daniel Grotta on the occasion of the release of Grotta’s book on J.R.R. Tolkien, with the Brothers Hildebrandt illustrating. Tim passed away in June, 2006.

This month, we pay tribute as we go back to the archives with interviews with those who’ve passed, but whose legacy lives on. This week- Forrest J. Ackerman- literary agent to Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov and other key figures in the Golden Age of Science Fiction literary, and also the founder of “Famous Monsters of Filmland” magazine, interviewed in 2001. Dare you enter the Ackermansion of memories?

Wrapping up the month of July as we remember the first lunar landing- the mission of Apollo 11- with an interview with Amy Shira Teitel, author of “Breaking the Chains of Gravity,” as we discuss the past, present and future of American spaceflight. She also is responsible for the YouTube channel “Vintage Space,” discussing the history of early manned spaceflight. Her website is www.amyshirateitel.com

Continuing our look back this month at the events leading up to and after the Apollo 11 mission, the first lunar landing- we go back to the archives with interviews with David West Reynolds, author of “Apollo: The Epic Journey to the Moon,” and Andrew Chaikin, author of “A Man on the Moon,” the inspiration for the HBO mini-series “From the Earth to the Moon.”