Dimension-X 50-11-05 (028) The Professor Was A Thief

Published: April 15, 2021, 9:12 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 21 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 50-11-12 (029) Shanghied

Published: April 15, 2021, 9:09 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 24 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 50-11-19 (030) Competition

Published: April 15, 2021, 9:07 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 18 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 50-11-26 (031) Universe

Published: April 15, 2021, 9:04 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 13 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 50-12-24 (032) The Green Hills Of Earth

Published: April 15, 2021, 9:01 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 32 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-06-03 (035) The Last Objective

Published: April 13, 2021, 3:39 a.m.
Duration: 24 minutes 2 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-06-10 (036) Nightmare

Published: April 13, 2021, 3:37 a.m.
Duration: 24 minutes 54 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-06-17 (037) Pebble In The Sky

Published: April 13, 2021, 3:35 a.m.
Duration: 24 minutes 53 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-06-24 (038) Childs Play

Published: April 13, 2021, 3:32 a.m.
Duration: 24 minutes 44 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-07-12 (039) Time And Time Again

Published: April 13, 2021, 3:28 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 37 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-07-19 (040) Dwellers In Silence

Published: April 7, 2021, 11:33 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 39 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-07-26 (041) Courtesy

Published: April 7, 2021, 11:30 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 23 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-08-02 (042) Universe

Published: April 7, 2021, 11:27 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 44 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-08-09 (043) Veldt

Published: April 7, 2021, 11:17 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 11 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

Listed in: Fiction

Dimension-X 51-08-16 (044) Vital Factor

Published: April 7, 2021, 11:14 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 51 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-08-23 (045) Untitled Story

Published: April 7, 2021, 11:12 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 4 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-08-30 (046) Marrionettes, Inc

Published: April 5, 2021, 7:24 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 2 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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Dimension-X 51-09-08 (047) First Contact

Published: April 5, 2021, 7:21 a.m.
Duration: 22 minutes 33 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

Listed in: Fiction

Dimension-X 51-09-15 (048) The Kaleidoscope

Published: April 5, 2021, 7:13 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 32 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

Listed in: Fiction

Dimension-X 51-09-22 (049) Requiem

Published: April 5, 2021, 7:08 a.m.
Duration: 31 minutes 6 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

Listed in: Fiction

Dimension-X 51-09-29 (050) Nightfall

Published: April 5, 2021, 6:58 a.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 26 seconds

Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their place in the literary scene. More notable among then new authors were Ray Bradbury and the brilliant Isaac Asimov. Dimension X featured stories that were literally “out-of-this-world,” as the central theme’s to each episode would be man encountering some alien race, or man discovering uncharted territories in outer space. The entire old radio show collection is comprised of 50 episodes which aired from April 8, 1950 and ended on September 29, 1951.

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New Series

Published: April 5, 2021, 5:56 a.m.
Duration: 1 minute 15 seconds

New Series

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2000 Plus A Veteran Comes Home

Published: April 4, 2021, 7:45 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 18 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

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2000 Plus Brooklyn Brain

Published: April 4, 2021, 7:44 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 56 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus The Flying Saucers

Published: April 4, 2021, 7:41 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 25 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus The Other Man

Published: April 4, 2021, 7:39 a.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 37 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus Space Wreck

Published: April 4, 2021, 7:36 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 8 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus

Published: April 4, 2021, 6:25 a.m.
Duration: 15 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus - The Robot Killer

Published: April 3, 2021, 9:45 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 2 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus 500227 028 The Green Thing

Published: April 3, 2021, 9:41 a.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 23 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus 500329 The Men From Mars

Published: April 3, 2021, 9:37 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 33 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus 500426 When The Machines Went Mad

Published: April 3, 2021, 9:34 a.m.
Duration: 21 minutes 46 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus 500503 When the Worlds Met

Published: April 3, 2021, 9:32 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 22 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus 500511 The Giant Walks

Published: April 3, 2021, 9:29 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 41 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

Listed in: Fiction

2000 Plus 500517 The Insect

Published: April 1, 2021, 7:05 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 28 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

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2000 Plus 500927 The Green Thing

Published: April 1, 2021, 7:03 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 23 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

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2000 Plus 501112 Worlds Apart

Published: April 1, 2021, 6:58 p.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 8 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

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2000 Plus 511010 The Rocket and the Skull

Published: April 1, 2021, 6:55 p.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 36 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

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2000 Plus 530810 The Man From The Second Earth

Published: April 1, 2021, 6:46 p.m.
Duration: 22 minutes 41 seconds

2000 Plus (also called Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series which ran from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. It was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X. During the 1950s, science fiction became a popular genre, and stories exploring future technologies, space expeditions and alien invasions were well received by the audience. Compared with other radio shows, 2000 Plus was an anthology program, and it used new and original material from Sherman H. Dryer, who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen. Aside from offering an exciting plot, Dryer and Weenolsen also carried out a consciousness in their stories – of the prevalent generation’s contemporary anxieties about the changing world, and the effects and dangers of technology to humankind. Cast members included Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the program's announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

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A Journey to the Center of the Earth 01 1963-06-12 - 01) The Great Discoverery

Published: March 28, 2021, 5:11 a.m.
Duration: 25 minutes 10 seconds

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. The Story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". The encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

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A Journey to the Center of the Earth 02 1963-06-19 - 02) The Shadow of Scapari

Published: March 28, 2021, 5:08 a.m.
Duration: 26 minutes 58 seconds

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. The Story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". The encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

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A Journey to the Center of the Earth 03 1963-06-26 - 03) Lost

Published: March 28, 2021, 5:05 a.m.
Duration: 26 minutes 46 seconds

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. The Story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". The encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

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A Journey to the Center of the Earth 04 1963-07-02 - 04) The Central Sea

Published: March 28, 2021, 5:02 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 51 seconds

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. The Story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". The encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

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A Journey to the Center of the Earth 05 1963-07-09 - 05) Battle of the Monsters

Published: March 28, 2021, 4:58 a.m.
Duration: 25 minutes 55 seconds

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. The Story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". The encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

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A Journey to the Center of the Earth 06 1963-07-16 - 06) The Hurricane

Published: March 28, 2021, 4:56 a.m.
Duration: 26 minutes 32 seconds

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. The Story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". The encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

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A Journey to the Center of the Earth 07 1963-07-23 - 07) The Mysterious Dagger

Published: March 28, 2021, 4:53 a.m.
Duration: 26 minutes 37 seconds

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. The Story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". The encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

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A Journey to the Center of the Earth 08 1963-07-30 - 08) The Journey is Ended

Published: March 28, 2021, 4:47 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 8 seconds

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. The Story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". The encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

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1_The End Begins

Published: March 26, 2021, 6:41 p.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 1 second

Day of the Triffids is a 1968 Radio Dramatization of John Wyndham’s classic British Sci-Fi novel by the same name. The programs begins as believably as possible in explaining of how Earth came to have giant, walking, aggressive plants. It begins with the Soviets developing the Triffids to gain a competitive advantage in food production over the West. Due to a bit of espionage and misadventure, the Triffid seeds being spread across the globe. The good news is the Triffids can be controlled and managed. Humanity has one advantage over them: Humans can see. Unfortunately, an astronomical event is seen across the Earth and the media urges every person to stare up at it. This stupidity leads to almost the entire human race going blind. The hero of the story Bill Masen (Gary Watson) worked in Triffid management and knows their dangers. Due to an accident, he’d ended up in the hospital with bandages over his eyes,making him one of the few people who still have eyesight. He’s left to navigate the perils of a post-apocalyptic world.

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2_A Light in the Night

Published: March 26, 2021, 6:39 p.m.
Duration: 27 minutes

Day of the Triffids is a 1968 Radio Dramatization of John Wyndham’s classic British Sci-Fi novel by the same name. The programs begins as believably as possible in explaining of how Earth came to have giant, walking, aggressive plants. It begins with the Soviets developing the Triffids to gain a competitive advantage in food production over the West. Due to a bit of espionage and misadventure, the Triffid seeds being spread across the globe. The good news is the Triffids can be controlled and managed. Humanity has one advantage over them: Humans can see. Unfortunately, an astronomical event is seen across the Earth and the media urges every person to stare up at it. This stupidity leads to almost the entire human race going blind. The hero of the story Bill Masen (Gary Watson) worked in Triffid management and knows their dangers. Due to an accident, he’d ended up in the hospital with bandages over his eyes,making him one of the few people who still have eyesight. He’s left to navigate the perils of a post-apocalyptic world.

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3_Conference and Confusion

Published: March 26, 2021, 6:36 p.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 2 seconds

Day of the Triffids is a 1968 Radio Dramatization of John Wyndham’s classic British Sci-Fi novel by the same name. The programs begins as believably as possible in explaining of how Earth came to have giant, walking, aggressive plants. It begins with the Soviets developing the Triffids to gain a competitive advantage in food production over the West. Due to a bit of espionage and misadventure, the Triffid seeds being spread across the globe. The good news is the Triffids can be controlled and managed. Humanity has one advantage over them: Humans can see. Unfortunately, an astronomical event is seen across the Earth and the media urges every person to stare up at it. This stupidity leads to almost the entire human race going blind. The hero of the story Bill Masen (Gary Watson) worked in Triffid management and knows their dangers. Due to an accident, he’d ended up in the hospital with bandages over his eyes,making him one of the few people who still have eyesight. He’s left to navigate the perils of a post-apocalyptic world.

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4_Dead End

Published: March 26, 2021, 6:33 p.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 4 seconds

Day of the Triffids is a 1968 Radio Dramatization of John Wyndham’s classic British Sci-Fi novel by the same name. The programs begins as believably as possible in explaining of how Earth came to have giant, walking, aggressive plants. It begins with the Soviets developing the Triffids to gain a competitive advantage in food production over the West. Due to a bit of espionage and misadventure, the Triffid seeds being spread across the globe. The good news is the Triffids can be controlled and managed. Humanity has one advantage over them: Humans can see. Unfortunately, an astronomical event is seen across the Earth and the media urges every person to stare up at it. This stupidity leads to almost the entire human race going blind. The hero of the story Bill Masen (Gary Watson) worked in Triffid management and knows their dangers. Due to an accident, he’d ended up in the hospital with bandages over his eyes,making him one of the few people who still have eyesight. He’s left to navigate the perils of a post-apocalyptic world.

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5_World Narrowing

Published: March 26, 2021, 6:29 p.m.
Duration: 27 minutes

Day of the Triffids is a 1968 Radio Dramatization of John Wyndham’s classic British Sci-Fi novel by the same name. The programs begins as believably as possible in explaining of how Earth came to have giant, walking, aggressive plants. It begins with the Soviets developing the Triffids to gain a competitive advantage in food production over the West. Due to a bit of espionage and misadventure, the Triffid seeds being spread across the globe. The good news is the Triffids can be controlled and managed. Humanity has one advantage over them: Humans can see. Unfortunately, an astronomical event is seen across the Earth and the media urges every person to stare up at it. This stupidity leads to almost the entire human race going blind. The hero of the story Bill Masen (Gary Watson) worked in Triffid management and knows their dangers. Due to an accident, he’d ended up in the hospital with bandages over his eyes,making him one of the few people who still have eyesight. He’s left to navigate the perils of a post-apocalyptic world.

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6_Strategic Withdrawal

Published: March 26, 2021, 6:02 p.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 3 seconds

Day of the Triffids is a 1968 Radio Dramatization of John Wyndham’s classic British Sci-Fi novel by the same name. The programs begins as believably as possible in explaining of how Earth came to have giant, walking, aggressive plants. It begins with the Soviets developing the Triffids to gain a competitive advantage in food production over the West. Due to a bit of espionage and misadventure, the Triffid seeds being spread across the globe. The good news is the Triffids can be controlled and managed. Humanity has one advantage over them: Humans can see. Unfortunately, an astronomical event is seen across the Earth and the media urges every person to stare up at it. This stupidity leads to almost the entire human race going blind. The hero of the story Bill Masen (Gary Watson) worked in Triffid management and knows their dangers. Due to an accident, he’d ended up in the hospital with bandages over his eyes,making him one of the few people who still have eyesight. He’s left to navigate the perils of a post-apocalyptic world.

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Orson Welles War Of The Worlds 38-10-30

Published: March 25, 2021, 3:19 a.m.
Duration: 59 minutes 19 seconds

"The War Of The Worlds". The most famous radio show of all time. Mars invades New Jersey. + The wireless is interrupted by a special bulletin. "Professor Farrell of the Mount Jennings Observatory reports observing several explosions of incandescent gas occurring at regular intervals on the planet Mars. The spectroscope indicates the gas to be hydrogen which is moving towards the earth at enormous velocity". What is this unexplained phenomena? Most definitely the most famous radio drama ever broadcast and still as gripping today as ever.

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Journey Into Space 81-06-18 The Return To Mars

Published: March 25, 2021, 2:56 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour 28 minutes 26 seconds

Charles Chilton’s classic science fiction series, Journey Into Space, stormed the BBC airwaves during the 1950s. Between 1953 and 1958, a devoted audience of six million adults and children attentively followed Jet Morgan and his crew from one cliff-hanger to another as, together, they faced the unknown perils of space. Return From Mars is the final adventure in the classic science fiction series. The ninety-minute episode is paired with a special half-hour feature, Journey Into Space Again, which is written and presented by Charles Chilton. It includes extracts from the series and interviews with its leading actors, Andrew Faulds (Jet Morgan) and David Jacobs.

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01 Journey Into Space 1955-09-26 The World In Peril ep01of20

Published: March 25, 2021, 1:56 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 33 seconds

​ April 15, 1972. The Discovery and two freighters return to the Moon from the disastrous Mars expedition. The crew are subjected to intense questioning about their experiences on Mars, and Lemmy discovers that the Discovery is being readied for take off. Back on Earth, they visit an astronomer who has spotted suspicious objects in the heavens.

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02 Journey Into Space 1955-10-03 The World In Peril ep02of20

Published: March 25, 2021, 1:53 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 50 seconds

​ Jet and Lemmy go to investigate the objects in an orbital rocket, but are sent to sleep for 24 hours by a strange noise. Film footage suggests the asteroids are actually spacecraft carriers. Jet discovers that a spaceship has crashed in the Lake District. Jet and Doc enter the ship.

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03 Journey Into Space 1955-10-10 The World In Peril ep03of20

Published: March 25, 2021, 1:50 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 50 seconds

The crew and the Lunar Controller try to locate the crew of the crashed ship. They interview Moore, a commercial traveler who may have had contact with the crew of the ship, who recounts his experience. The crew are ordered back to Mars and are driven to an airfield, but the car crashes when the crew tackle the 'Conditioned Type' driver.

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04 Journey Into Space 1955-10-17 The World In Peril ep04of20

Published: March 22, 2021, 6:14 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 29 seconds

The crew fly to Australia, then on a ship to the Moon. While preparing for the voyage to Mars, they spot unidentified objects on the lunar horizon. The take off is complicated by strange communication with control, suggesting the Moon base has been infiltrated.

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05 Journey Into Space 1955-10-24 The World In Peril ep05of20

Published: March 22, 2021, 6:10 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 4 seconds

The Discovery gets away safely, but the crew cannot establish contact with Moon control, so Lemmy contacts Earth. After ships from Earth to the Moon are lost, the crew concludes that the Moon has fallen under Martian control. While refuelling from Freighter 1, Jet and Lemmy hear a strange wailing voice.

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06 Journey Into Space 1955-10-31 The World In Peril ep06of20

Published: March 22, 2021, 6:07 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 45 seconds

The crew slow the ship down, and discuss where on Mars to land and the objectives of the trip. They regain contact with the strange voice, discovering it is a very confused Frank Rogers, ex-crewman of Freighter 2.

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07 Journey Into Space 1955-11-07 The World In Peril ep07of20

Published: March 22, 2021, 6:06 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 42 seconds

Thinking Frank may be there, the crew decide to land near the wreck of Freighter 2, but Jet and Mitch discover it to be empty. From the Discovery, Doc and Lemmy spot a fleet of Martian spheres approaching.

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08 Journey Into Space 1955-11-14 The World In Peril ep08of20

Published: March 22, 2021, 6:04 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 29 seconds

Jet and Mitch fail to make it back to Discovery, and the crew all pass out as the ships approach. They wake up in a dark room and figure that they must be on one of the moons of Mars. They discover an unconscious man in the room, find that Jet is missing, and a door in the floor opens. ​

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09 Journey Into Space 1955-11-21 The World In Peril ep09of20

Published: March 22, 2021, 6:01 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 33 seconds

Jet is found under his bed and the unconscious man is found to be Frank Rogers. Doc tries to bring Frank out of his conditioned state, and he reveals that the invasion is under way. Jet and Lemmy go through the floor, and are directed by the voice of Paddy Flynn.

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10 Journey Into Space 1955-11-28 The World In Peril ep10of20

Published: March 20, 2021, 1:43 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 46 seconds

Frank regains some of his memory, revealing that the crew are aboard an asteroid ship. Jet and Lemmy meet Paddy face to face, and he reveals that he is the rebel captain of the asteroid, working with Jack Evans. Paddy receives orders to have the asteroid join the invasion fleet.

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11 Journey Into Space 1955-12-05 The World In Peril ep11of20

Published: March 20, 2021, 1:40 a.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 5 seconds

Paddy leaves the crew, who learn how to manipulate the 'visionphone'. As Mitch and Frank follow them along a circular corridor using the cameras, Jet, Lemmy and Doc hear a voice they assume to be a Martian, ordering them back.

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12 Journey Into Space 1955-12-12 The World In Peril ep12of20

Published: March 20, 2021, 1:37 a.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 19 seconds

Jet, Lemmy and Doc ignore the Martian's warnings to turn back, and Jet is knocked out after touching a door at the end of the corridor. The crew persuades Paddy to set the ship on course for Mars, so they can warn Earth of the invasion. However, he loses control and is injured.

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13 Journey Into Space 1955-12-19 The World In Peril ep13of20

Published: March 20, 2021, 1:31 a.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 14 seconds

The asteroid is in chaos and the crew discover Asteroid 786/738 is on its way to sort it out. Mitch and Lemmy go to fetch a bed for Paddy, but become lost and enter the Martian's lair. They hear a familiar voice but can't place it. Paddy dies, and Mitch and Lemmy discover that Jack Evans is really the Lunar Controller, who has been in league with the Martians from the start.

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14 Journey Into Space 1955-12-26 The World In Peril ep14of20

Published: March 20, 2021, 1:28 a.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 27 seconds

The Lunar Controller tells Mitch and Lemmy that the invasion will be facilitated by a hypnotic television broadcast. Jet and Doc go on a search for the others, and follow conditioned crew members onto the asteroid surface. Wearing Martian suits, they investigate a large sphere, but become stranded on the surface.

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15 Journey Into Space 1956-01-02 The World In Peril ep15of20

Published: March 18, 2021, 3:28 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 32 seconds

While the Lunar Controller is away, Jet and Doc enter his quarters from the asteroid surface. Mitch and Lemmy explain what has happened to them, and they hatch a plan to imprison the Lunar Controller and escape.

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16 Journey Into Space 1956-01-09 The World In Peril ep16of20

Published: March 18, 2021, 3:26 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 9 seconds

The crew imprison the Lunar Controller and gain his assistance by threatening to release him into space. Lemmy smashes up the computerised brain to stop messages being sent to the rest of the Martian fleet. Frank pilots the ship as they escape the asteroid and set course for Mars, but they find the Discovery has been plundered.

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17 Journey Into Space 1956-01-16 The World In Peril ep17of20

Published: March 18, 2021, 3:23 p.m.
Duration: 31 minutes 37 seconds

The crew head into orbit, transfer to Freighter 1 and, using a modified radio transmitter, attempt to contact Earth, but they cannot get their warning about the invasion through. They spot the asteroid invasion fleet approaching them from behind. Jet decides to use all remaining fuel to set course for Earth, in order to increase their chances of warning Earth of the invasion.

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18 Journey Into Space 1956-01-23 The World In Peril ep18of20

Published: March 18, 2021, 3:11 p.m.
Duration: 30 minutes 14 seconds

The asteroid fleet increases speed and overtakes Freighter 1. Jet records a warning to Earth, to be transmitted on a loop. Attempts to hypnotize the crew fail, so the Martian contacts the crew using their voices. Freighter 1 crashes onto the surface of a large asteroid.

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19 Journey Into Space 1956-01-30 The World In Peril ep19of20

Published: March 18, 2021, 3:09 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 50 seconds

Lemmy fails to contact Earth, but they are contacted by the Martian who tells them to enter the asteroid ship. The Martian reveals that he is the only one left of a race of giants, and explains his reasons for the invasion. A crew from the asteroid, including ex-freighter man Harding, forcibly remove the crew from Freighter 1.

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20 Journey Into Space 1956-02-06 The World In Peril ep20of20

Published: March 18, 2021, 3:06 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 20 seconds

The crew are shown to luxurious quarters aboard the asteroid, and cruise to Earth as part of the invasion fleet. They are ordered to the Martian's quarters, where they are dismayed to discover that Earth has not followed their instruction to shut down all television channels. Depressed by their failure, they watch as the Martian fleet begins to orbit the Earth. As they wait for the Martian's broadcast, the set goes dead. They are overjoyed to learn that the channels have at last been shut down. The Martian peacefully accepts defeat and allows all those in his command to return to Earth. A considerable number, however, choose to remain in the Martian's fleet, and to establish a perfect civilization in another solar system, free from persecution, hunger, misgovernment and war.

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01 Journey Into Space 1954-10-06 The Red Planet ep01of20

Published: March 17, 2021, 5:13 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 26 seconds

April 1971. Jet and Mitch travel from Earth to the Moon by rocket. The Mars fleet (the flagship Discovery, 8 freighters and 20 men) begins its journey. During an EVA , Mitch's safety line fails, leaving him adrift.

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02 Journey Into Space 1954-10-13 The Red Planet ep02of20

Published: March 17, 2021, 5:12 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 36 seconds

Jet manages to rescue Mitch, using a miniature rocket unit. Frank tells Lemmy he's not getting on at all well with Whitaker, his shipmate. Whitaker starts behaving very strangely while Jet is questioning him.

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03 Journey Into Space 1954-10-20 The Red Planet ep03of20

Published: March 17, 2021, 5:10 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 19 seconds

While Whitaker is in a strange deep sleep, both Frank and Lemmy have nightmares. Radar suddenly reveals a huge meteor swarm ahead of the fleet, blocking its path. A large meteor destroys Freighter 7.

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04 Journey Into Space 1954-10-27 The Red Planet ep04of20

Published: March 17, 2021, 5:06 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 7 seconds

Control discovers very odd information about Whitaker - the only man answering to his description was apparently born in 1893, and has been missing since 1924. The fleet changes course twice to avoid the meteor swarm, but both times it moves to block their path again.

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05 Journey Into Space 1954-11-03 The Red Planet ep05of20

Published: March 17, 2021, 5:04 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 6 seconds

The fleet enters the swarm. Peterson reports an emergency on board freighter 6 with Whitaker. On leaving the swarm, Freighter 6 is nowhere to be seen, and the swarm is now blocking radio contact with Control. Two weeks later, Discovery apparently re-establishes contact with home, but the crew are puzzled by the short delay between replies.

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06 Journey Into Space 1954-11-10 The Red Planet ep06of20

Published: March 17, 2021, 5:02 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 26 seconds

A radio message (apparently from Control) orders the fleet to return home. However, a bearing on the radio signal reveals the transmitter to be somewhere in front of the fleet, thus proving the message to be a fake. Freighter 6 is sighted ahead of the fleet, and Discovery draws up alongside it.

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07 Journey Into Space 1954-11-17 The Red Planet ep07of20

Published: March 16, 2021, 7:54 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 18 seconds

Whitaker is found badly injured in Freighter 6, but Peterson has vanished. Jet has a strange dream, and Whitaker dies, suddenly transforming into an old man. Recording tapes found in the cabin confirm the crew's suspicions that Whitaker faked the radio message.

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08 Journey Into Space 1954-11-24 The Red Planet ep08of20

Published: March 16, 2021, 7:21 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 58 seconds

Peterson's suicide recording is found, and radio contact with Control is restored. The fleet enters orbit round Mars, and Discovery lands at the South Pole, but a strange soporific noise troubles the crew and causes them to crash-land.

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09 Journey Into Space 1954-12-01 The Red Planet ep09of20

Published: March 16, 2021, 7:18 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 15 seconds

Freighter 1 lands alongside Discovery, and Jet and Mitch explore outside, but whilst conducting experiments they soon get lost in a dense fog. They see a mysterious orange light, mistaking it for the landing light of the Discovery, and the same soporific noise heard during the landing causes them to lose consciousness.

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10 Journey Into Space 1954-12-08 The Red Planet ep10of20

Published: March 16, 2021, 7:14 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 50 seconds

Doc and Frank rescue Jet and Mitch, and Jet says he dreamed of a ruined city in a valley. Discovery's crew begin the exploration of Mars in the land trucks, whilst Freighter 2 begins to ferry supplies down from the fleet in orbit. However, on its second trip down, the freighter crew hear the soporific noise and crash. ​First broadcast: 8 November 1954.

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11 Journey Into Space 1954-12-15 The Red Planet ep11of20

Published: March 16, 2021, 7:08 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 4 seconds

Racing to reach the crashed freighter before sunset, the Discovery's crew reaches the Mare Australis, the plain north of the ice cap. After nightfall, though unable to find the freighter, they see a mysterious white light moving across the plain. In the morning, they locate the crashed freighter, but upon reaching it find its crew missing. However, there are strange marks in the ground nearby which Jet deduces to belong to "the light", realising that a ship has visited and kidnapped the freighter crew.

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12 Journey Into Space 1954-12-22 The Red Planet ep12of20

Published: March 16, 2021, 7:04 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 18 seconds

he Discovery crew travel west across the Mare Australis in pursuit of the mysterious ship. Meanwhile, Frank and Grimshaw, crew members of Freighter 1, reach the wrecked Freighter 2 and take up residence for the night. However, during the night, a 'sphere' arrives and its crew attempt to enter the wreck. Whilst observing the crew, Frank realises they are human. A few days later, Discovery's crew reach a valley in the Argyre Desert, and a city which is identical to the one in Jet's earlier dream.

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13 Journey Into Space 1954-12-29 The Red Planet ep13of20

Published: March 14, 2021, 1:28 a.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 7 seconds

Discovery's crew explore the valley's ruined city, but Lemmy vanishes, and experiences a hypnotic dream. He's later found with McLean (pilot of Freighter 2), who is now mysteriously able to breathe the Martian air.

Listed in: Fiction

14 Journey Into Space 1955-01-05 The Red Planet ep14of20

Published: March 14, 2021, 1:26 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 16 seconds

Doc deduces that Whitaker and McLean had been 'conditioned', allowing them to be controlled, as well as breathe in the Martian atmosphere. Mitch becomes separated from the others, and meets a man who claims to be a dingo hunter in Australia.

Listed in: Fiction

15 Journey Into Space 1955-01-12 The Red Planet ep15of20

Published: March 14, 2021, 1:23 a.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 11 seconds

McLean, pretending to be Mitch, enters the land truck and tries to overpower Lemmy, but Lemmy wins the fight. Meanwhile, Mitch, lost in the desert and now able to breathe the Martian atmosphere, comes across a house inhabited by a man and woman who claim to be sheep farmers living in Australia in 1939.

Listed in: Fiction

16 Journey Into Space 1955-01-19 The Red Planet ep16of20

Published: March 10, 2021, 11:51 p.m.
Duration: 28 minutes 20 seconds

Jet, Doc and Lemmy discover the same house, and find Mitch inside it. But Mitch is now 'conditioned' to believe he's in Australia, and doesn't recognise the others. He refuses to rejoin them, and attacks Jet.

Listed in: Fiction

17 Journey Into Space 1955-01-26 The Red Planet ep17of20

Published: March 10, 2021, 11:48 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes

A 'flying doctor' arrives in a sphere, and manages to capture Doc and Lemmy. He tries to 'condition' them using the soporific noise, but they manage to resist. Meanwhile, Jet escapes back to the land trucks.

Listed in: Fiction

18 Journey Into Space 1955-02-02 The Red Planet ep18of20

Published: March 10, 2021, 11:45 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 17 seconds

The sphere arrives at Lacus Solis (the Martian capital), and the flying doctor reveals the Martian plan to invade the Earth in 1986. Frank, flying in Freighter 1, hears the soporific noise and his freighter crashes.

Listed in: Fiction

19 Journey Into Space 1955-02-09 The Red Planet ep19of20

Published: March 10, 2021, 11:41 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 35 seconds

Doc and Lemmy overpower the flying doctor, and escape in the sphere with Mitch, who recovers from his 'conditioning' but can only remember being two weeks away from reaching Mars. Jet is contacted by Webster, a man trying to return to Earth, and learns more about the Martians..

Listed in: Fiction

20 Journey Into Space 1955-02-16 The Red Planet ep20of20

Published: March 10, 2021, 11:37 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 42 seconds

The Discovery crew are fully reunited at last, and thanks to advice from Webster, Mitch completes his recovery. Jet, Lemmy and Webster try to rescue Frank, but they fail, and Webster is injured and dies. The crew return to Discovery at Polar Base and take off for home, escaping a pursuing fleet of spheres. Their news of the upcoming Martian invasion is passed to Earth, causing a great commotion.

Listed in: Fiction

01 Journey Into Space 1953-09-21 Operation Luna ep01of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:52 a.m.
Duration: 24 minutes 46 seconds

The rocket "Luna" sets off for the Moon with Jet, Doc, Mitch and Lemmy aboard. Radio contact with Earth is lost. Lemmy hears odd 'music' on the radio, before contact is resumed, and a tiny meteor hits Luna. No damage is sustained, but Lemmy hears the strange music again outside the ship and panics.

Listed in: Fiction

02 Journey Into Space 1953-09-28 Operation Luna ep02of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:50 a.m.
Duration: 22 minutes 51 seconds

Luna is turned round for the Moon landing, and Lemmy hears the 'music' again during the final approach. The crew narrate their first moonwalk by radio to Earth. While exploring a crater, Jet unaccountably vanishes from sight.

Listed in: Fiction

03 Journey Into Space 1953-10-05 Operation Luna ep03of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:49 a.m.
Duration: 21 minutes 17 seconds

Jet has visions of the past and the future, Lemmy is disturbed by the 'music' again, and Doc sees a strange dome over a crater and writes an odd diary entry without realising. The last week on the moon passes without incident, but as the crew prepare to leave for home, the ship loses all power.

Listed in: Fiction

04 Journey Into Space 1953-10-12 Operation Luna ep04of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:47 a.m.
Duration: 24 minutes 45 seconds

The crew are stuck on the Moon and unable to trace what has caused the power failure. A fortnight passes, with the air temperature rising uncomfortably in the absence of air-conditioning. A UFO is seen on the televiewer and strange noises are heard. When they are left with just enough oxygen to reach home, power is suddenly restored to the ship, and the UFO is seen to have landed outside.

Listed in: Fiction

05 Journey Into Space 1953-10-19 Operation Luna ep05of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:45 a.m.
Duration: 24 minutes 47 seconds

Mitch is inquisitive and enters the UFO, where he is temporarily possessed by an alien intelligence. Luna takes off and orbits the Moon. On the far side, the crew encounter a fleet of UFOs, which pursues them.

Listed in: Fiction

06 Journey Into Space 1953-10-26 Operation Luna ep06of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:44 a.m.
Duration: 23 minutes 25 seconds

The UFOs accelerate Luna to an incredible speed, and the crew blacks out. On recovering, they find themselves out in deep space, with no sign of the Earth or Moon. In the distance, a planet is approaching.

Listed in: Fiction

07 Journey Into Space 1953-11-02 Operation Luna ep07of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:38 a.m.
Duration: 23 minutes 40 seconds

The crew land Luna on the planet and discover that it shares many of Earth's characteristics – oxygen atmosphere, drinkable water, carbon-based vegetation and ice-caps at both the poles. After studying the stars one night, Jet deduces that they in fact are on Earth, but that they've travelled thousands of years through time.

Listed in: Fiction

08 Journey Into Space 1953-11-09 Operation Luna ep08of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:34 a.m.
Duration: 22 minutes

Jet discovers a prehistoric stone knife near Luna, suggesting that they've travelled back in time, but there is some confusion over this when the crew discover the tracks of a great tank-like machine near their ship. A UFO, exactly like the one seen on the moon, lands nearby and a voice is heard over the radio: "Hello Luna!". ​

Listed in: Fiction

09 Journey Into Space 1953-11-16 Operation Luna ep09of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:32 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 28 seconds

The crew talk with 'the voice'. They learn that the strange music they've been hearing is generated by a strange, omnipresent power that 'the voice' and his people use to drive their ships. 'The voice' warns them that they are in great danger, and persuades them to enter the UFO, which takes off. Eventually it lands again, in a city of domed buildings.

Listed in: Fiction

10 Journey Into Space 1953-11-23 Operation Luna ep10of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:29 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 49 seconds

The crew learn more about 'the voice' and his people – they are a peaceful, scientific race from the opposite side of the universe. The crew explore the city, and are disturbed by a close encounter with a sabre-toothed tiger. Fortunately, the creature does not attack them, but they now realize that they have travelled back through time instead of forward. They enter a domed building, walk down a long dark tunnel, and emerge in a huge underground city. They are invited into another building to meet 'the voice', but are terrified by what they find inside...

Listed in: Fiction

11 Journey Into Space 1953-11-30 Operation Luna ep11of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:27 a.m.
Duration: 43 minutes 47 seconds

'The voice' consoles the crew, who are embarrassed by their shock, and guides them to another dome where they are given a meal and beds to sleep in. Next morning, 'the voice' tells the crew about the Earth's native 'forest creatures', destructive and hostile animals, and promises to help the crew get back to their own time. While preparing Luna for take-off, the crew are horrified to realize that the 'forest creatures' are, in fact, prehistoric humans.

Listed in: Fiction

12 Journey Into Space 1953-12-07 Operation Luna ep12of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:25 a.m.
Duration: 36 minutes 54 seconds

'The voice' is not pleased to learn that the crew are descended from the 'forest creatures', but in the end agrees to help them as arranged. Luna takes off and is accelerated by the UFOs; the crew blacks out. They start to ponder on the nature of time, and become concerned about their shortage of fuel, and whether they will remember their adventures when they reach their own time.

Listed in: Fiction

13 Journey Into Space 1953-12-14 Operation Luna ep13of18

Published: March 2, 2021, 4:20 a.m.
Duration: 26 minutes 13 seconds

The crew successfully return to the Moon in 1965, but with no memory of their adventure on prehistoric Earth. However, their rations have been replaced by water and an unknown bread-like substance, Doc's diary contains a detailed account, and there's a prehistoric stone knife on board Luna...

Listed in: Fiction

Aliens in The Mind 01 Island Genesis

Published: Oct. 3, 2020, 2:19 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 33 seconds

A community of 'human mutants' capable of telepathy are discovered on a remote Scottish island. A plan is in place to use them to control the British Government, and friends Curtis Lark (played by Vincent Price) and Hugh Baxter (played by Peter Cushing) join forces to foil the plot.

Listed in: Fiction

Aliens In The Mind 02 Hurried Exodus

Published: Oct. 3, 2020, 2:16 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 29 seconds

A community of 'human mutants' capable of telepathy are discovered on a remote Scottish island. A plan is in place to use them to control the British Government, and friends Curtis Lark (played by Vincent Price) and Hugh Baxter (played by Peter Cushing) join forces to foil the plot.

Listed in: Fiction

Aliens In The Mind 03 Unexpected Visitations

Published: Oct. 3, 2020, 2:12 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 33 seconds

A community of 'human mutants' capable of telepathy are discovered on a remote Scottish island. A plan is in place to use them to control the British Government, and friends Curtis Lark (played by Vincent Price) and Hugh Baxter (played by Peter Cushing) join forces to foil the plot.

Listed in: Fiction

Aliens In The Mind 04 Official Intersessions

Published: Oct. 3, 2020, 2:02 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 25 seconds

A community of 'human mutants' capable of telepathy are discovered on a remote Scottish island. A plan is in place to use them to control the British Government, and friends Curtis Lark (played by Vincent Price) and Hugh Baxter (played by Peter Cushing) join forces to foil the plot.

Listed in: Fiction

Aliens In The Mind 05 Genetic Revelations

Published: Oct. 3, 2020, 1:59 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 30 seconds

A community of 'human mutants' capable of telepathy are discovered on a remote Scottish island. A plan is in place to use them to control the British Government, and friends Curtis Lark (played by Vincent Price) and Hugh Baxter (played by Peter Cushing) join forces to foil the plot.

Listed in: Fiction

Aliens In The Mind 06 Final Tribulations

Published: Oct. 3, 2020, 1:57 a.m.
Duration: 27 minutes 22 seconds

A community of 'human mutants' capable of telepathy are discovered on a remote Scottish island. A plan is in place to use them to control the British Government, and friends Curtis Lark (played by Vincent Price) and Hugh Baxter (played by Peter Cushing) join forces to foil the plot.

Listed in: Fiction