Science Fiction Radio

  • by Isaac Asimov
  • Narrated by Ernest Chappell
  • 9 hrs and 38 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

From the late 1940's through the 1950's, in a world where space travel and nuclear annihilation were no longer merely the stuff of fantasy, science fiction began to achieve a new popularity. And, the work of noted genre writers began to be adapted in movies and radio programs. Based (however implausibly) on science, these radio broadcasts reflected the depths of the nation's fears, and the boundlessness of its imagination. The science fiction series presented here - including "X Minus One", "2000 Plus", and "Exploring Tomorrow" - offer adventures that seek to find a place for humanity in a world of machines, weighing the value of life and beauty against automated convenience and cold efficiency. The mission of science fiction is more than an exploration of space and time. It is also an exploration of man's values... of who we are, and who we want to be. This 10-hour collection includes 22 digitally remastered and restored atom age episodes.
Episodes Include: "X Minus One: The Cave of Night" 02-01-56, "C-Chute" 02-08-56, "The Lifeboat Mutiny" 09-11-56, "Sam, This is You" 10-31-56, "Honeymoon in Hell" 12-26-56, "Something for Nothing" 04-10-57, "The Discovery of Mornial Mathaway" 04-17-57, "Man's Best Friend" 04-24-57; "2000 Plus: The Brooklyn Brain" 06-21-50, "The Green Thing" 09-27-50; "Worlds Apart" 11-15-50, "The Insect" 08-15-51; "Hall of Fantasy: The Automaton" 02-27-53; "Exploring Tomorrow: The Adventure of the Beauty Queen" 1958, "First Baby in Space (a.k.a. Space Baby)" 1958; "Escape: Conqueror's Isle" 01-11-53, "North of Polaris" 05-17-53; "Quiet Please: One for the Book" 11-21-48, "Very Unimportant Person" 12-05-48; "Suspense: Report From a Dead" Planet 07-10-60, "Twenty-Four Sixty-Two" 01-21-62, "Doom Machine" 03-04-62

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-04-2013
  • Publisher: Radio Spirits