We hear from Dimension X this week, with an episode titled The Vital Factor. This one first aired August 16, 1951.
Browsing: Relic Radio Science Fiction
Our episode this week features a story from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater titled, The Eavesdroppers. This one first aired August 27, 1975.
This week, we’ll hear from The Hollywood Star Playhouse with their episode titled The Tenth Planet. This one first aired September 7, 1952 and features Joseph Cotten.
With the recent passing of Ray Bradbury, a man whose stories were no stranger to radio, I thought we’d hear a selection from the adaptations done by X Minus One. This series featured eight of his stories over its run, more than any other author.
We begin with Mars Is Heaven, which first aired May 8, 1955. Then, from August 4, 1955 we’ll hear The Veldt. The last episode aired December 5, 1956 and features two stories; There Will Come Soft Rains and Zero Hour.
By request, we’ll hear a Venus themed show today in honor of the transit of Venus taking place June 5. The episode is titled The Merchants Of Venus, and first aired on X Minus One July 18, 1957.
You can read up more about this at transitofvenus.org. Thanks Kurtis, for your request!
For twenty years Suspense produced a wide range of radio drama, sometimes touching on science fiction like the episode we’ll hear today. Here’s The Invisible Ape, which first aired June 8, 1958.
Among the first, if not the first, adult oriented science fiction show, we’ll hear from 2000 Plus this week. This episode, titled The Other Man, first aired June 7, 1950.
This week, we’ll hear again from X Minus One, and their production of A Gun For Dinosaur. This episode first aired March 7, 1956.
This week we’ll hear from a South African series called The Caltex Theater, and their version of Forbidden Planet produced September 6, 1957.
It’s the CBS Radio Mystery Theater this week, with a sci-fi tale titled The Eleventh Hour. This episode originally aired December 17, 1975.