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  • March 26, 2017

    The Menace From Earth
    The Menace From Earth
    A Robert Heinlein story whose title is a diversion from the real story. It’s about a young girl who is brought up on the Moon, and whose relationship with her boyfriend appears to be threatened when another teenager visits from the nearby planet. Produced by William Allen Rich and the Atlanta Radio Theater Company.

    Short Subjects
    SF songs from Rocky Horror, the Shakers.

  • April 2, 2017

    The Lost World
    The Lost World, Part 1

    From
    Ziggurat Productions comes this version of the Arthur Conan Doyle novel. “Travel with Professor Challenger to a secluded South American plateau, deep in the Amazon Jungle...where dinosaurs still roam!”
  • April 9, 2017

    The Lost World
    The Lost World, Part 2

    “A stunningly powerful theatrical performance brought to new heights by a brilliant musical score. Enter a bold new world of
    sound that is rhythm-rich in dynamic melodies and compelling, progressive percussion.”

    Produced and directed by Perry Jacob. Original music and production by Bob F. Flick.

    A Pail of Air
    A listener suggested this as a good story. A SF Hall of Fame tale by Fritz Leiber of a family surviving after the Earth is torn away from the sun, by hauling in a pail of frozen air to melt on the fireplace. An
    X Minus One episode from 1956.
  • April 16, 2017

    The Lost World
    The Lost World, Part 3
    Finishing the
    Ziggurat Production of Conan Doyle’s classic adventure tale.

    What’s That Alien Doing In Your Shorts?
    Sketch comedy from
    Fearless Comedy Productions. A short that asks what if the aliens landed, and nobody cared? Written and directed by Tim Wick.
  • April 23, 2017

    The Drifter
    This was the pilot episode for a series called Radio Free Tomorrow, that didn’t get picked up, unfortunately. It’s about a college student that takes part in a time travel experiment, and ends up lost in time. Written by Jay Rath, and directed by Scott Dikkers, for Pirated Productions of Madison, WI.

    Elevator Pirates
    Written by Mike Heflin. Directed by David Ossman at MRTW 1986. What we don’t expect to happen between floors in a large office building.
  • April 30. 2017

    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    The movie on record. Columbia Records brings us this version of the complete film, taken from the original soundtrack. Produced at Studio M, Minnesota Public Radio by Tom Voegeli, the same guy who produced the Star Wars Radio Series.
  • May 7, 2017

    War Day
    War Day
    The novel, by Whitley Stieber and James Kunetka, is a first person account of the authors travels across America five years after a limited nuclear war between the USA and USSR. The book was released in 1984, before the end of the Cold War.

    This is an audio dramatization by Margo Adler and Charles Potter, and produced by Radio Arts Productions of New York.

    There are interesting things to listen for, such as the results of the EMP, Electromagnetic Pulse, which destroys all electronics, rendering useless all computers, phones, automobiles, and radio and TV.
  • May 14, 2017

    Phantoms of Fate
    Orfeo
    A science fiction play by Anthony Birch. The year is 2055 and most of what you see on the street are Holobots, marketing holographic projections. Freddie C is the programmer responsible for the realism of the Holobots, but now he’s on the run, and trying to find Lucinda, his true love. From
    PRX.

    Phantoms of Fate
    A hot rod tale from the pages of Johnny Kidd Road Adventures Series from Hawaii. Johnny gets involved with a stranger in a blacked-out custom Merc.

    This is the pilot of a series written by Danny Sachs. An animated version is in the works.
    Two Bit Tales, on YouTube.
  • May 21, 2017

    The Cabaña Club Mystery
    Mysterious goings on at the Cabana Club, including good Cuban music. Written by Bill Raymond, and performed at the Midwest Radio Theater Workshop in 1998.

    A Camping Trip With Joe
    Another from the 1998 MRTW. It’s pretty much what the title says it is, with twists.

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