March 5, 2017
The Martian Crown Jewels
Syaloch, a birdlike Martian who adulates and imitates the legendary Earth detective Sherlock Holmes, is hired to determine who stole the Martian Crown Jewels. At stake are the friendly diplomatic relations of Earth and Mars.
Story by Poul Anderson from 1958. Produced by Brian Smith for the Seeing Ear Theater.
March 12, 2017
The Ballad of Lost C’Mell
An Instrumentality of Mankind story from the great Cordwainer Smith. C’Mell, an underperson of feline descent, joins an intrigue between Lord Jestecost and E’telekeli, leader of the underpeople’s fight for rights in the Instrumentality.
Produced by Kevin Singer for the Sci-Fi Radio series.
March 19, 2017
It’s our Membership Drive, so we bring you a number of excellent short subjects of a science fictional nature. And in return you give us a call at 612-375-9030 and pledge your financial support for the show and the station. We Hear You, Now Hear Us.
Helpful Robots, by Robert Shea and KSVR Radio Theater Project. Part of their FuturePast series of Classic SF. Produced by Joseph C. McGuire at KSVR, Mount Vernon, WA.
The Last Ones, by Mike Murphy and AuralStage.
Music by Leslie Fish, Dan Hicks, the Android Sisters.
Comedy from Soylent Theater, and the Radio Pirates.
March 26, 2017
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.
SF songs from Rocky Horror, the Shakers.
April 2, 2017
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, 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, 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
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.
April 30. 2017