- 2000 X
2000 - 26 hour-long programs of classic SF stories.
Produced and Directed by Yuri Rasovsky.
- Tumbleweed Roundup
1995 - Writers/Producers, Jerry Stearns & Brian Price.
Great Northern Audio Theatre.
- Houston, Houston, Do You Read?
1989 - Producers, Kevin Singer and Ron Di Iulio, for the "Sci-Fi Radio" series. Story by James Tiptree, Jr.
- War of the Worlds - 50th Anniversary
1988 - Producer, Judith Walcutt. Director, David Ossman. Sound Design, Randy Thom.
Otherworld Media. Original script by Howard Koch.
1985 - Produced & written by Jeff Green.
- A Canticle For Leibowitz
1984 - WHA Drama Center.
Novel by Walter M. Miller, Jr.
- By His Bootstraps
1984 - Producer, Yuri Rasovski.
Story by Robert Heinlein.
- Ruby, the Galactic Gumshoe
1982 - Producer, Thomas M. Lopez, ZBS Media.
Written by Meatball Fulton.
- Star Wars
1981 - Executive Producer for Lucasfilm: Carol Titelman.
Scripts by Brian Daley.
- The Hitchhiker's Guide to the
1978 - Producer, Geoffrey Perkins for the BBC.
Written by Douglas Adams.
- How Time Flys - A Hi-Fi Sci-Fi
1973 - Producer, Steve Gillmor. Written by David Ossman.
- I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus
1971 - Writer/Producer, The Firesign Theatre.
- The Astronaut
1960 - Bill Dana as “Jose Jimenez”.
- Tunnel Under the World
1956 - from X Minus One, NBC. 3/14/1956.
Adapted by George Lefferts. Story by Frederik Pohl.
- Mars Is Heaven
1950 - from Dimension X, NBC. 7/7/1950.
Adapted by Ernest Kinoy. Story by Ray Bradbury.
- The Roads Must Roll
1950 - from Dimension X. NBC, 9/1/50
Story, Robert Heinlein
- The Undecided Molecule
1945 - Produced & written by Norman Corwin.
CBS, July 17, 1945
- Donovan's Brain
1944 - Story, Curt Siodmak. Directed by Orson Welles.
Suspense, May 18 and 25, 1944
- Latitude Zero
1941 - Writer, Ted Sherdeman
- Mark Time – Star Detective of the Space League
1939 - CBS (1939-1942)
- The War of the Worlds
1938 - Producers, John Houseman & Orson Welles.
Script ("Invasion from Mars") by Howard Koch. Story by H. G. Wells.
- Flash Gordon
1935 - Produced by Himan Brown.
- Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
1932 - Writer/producer/director, Jack Johnstone.
Mark Time / SF Audio Hall of Fame