Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon Turned Into a Radio Play

We told you all about it last Friday. The BBC planned to air a radio play written by Sir Tom Stoppard based on The Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd’s classic album released 40 years ago. The play aired Monday night, and if you missed it, you have a few scant days to stream the production for free online. Don’t dilly-dally. You can start listening to Darkside now and be sure not to miss the trippy animated visuals that accompany the audio. It’s also available on Spotify for free.

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