Classic Sci-Fi Radio Play

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  • Every week or so a different science-fiction themed radio play will be featured for your enjoyment.
  • This is food for the imagination and was a popular form of entertainment before the widespread use of television.
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This time we explore the future world of robots and artificial intelligence and the possible implications for humans;

Almost Human (1950)

In a story written by Robert Bloch, a well-meaning scientist builds a robot named “Junior” with consciousness and judgment as part of its programming. "The Duke," however, enters the scene and teaches "Junior" how to kill, a talent he becomes almost too good at employing!

“Have you heard of the new science called cybernetics? It concerns man’s efforts to develop a perfect thinking machine; a robot electronic brain that will not only do man’s work but will even think for him. A robot that is almost human…”

The Robot Killer (1950)

"The Happy Sam Show" is going to give away a "mechanical man" as a jackpot prize. This robot will do whatever it is instructed to do, but when it is instructed to go over to a kitten and pet it, the robot breaks the kitten’s neck. When the robot is won by a young couple, the consequences could be quite life-threatening indeed!


Previously featured presentations


1. A Logic Named Joe  2. There Will Come Soft Rains 

**Time Travel**

Future Eye

**Space Travel**

The Green Hills of Earth

Destination Moon (1950)

**Alien Contact**

Early Model (1957)

**End of the World**

End As A World (1957)

**Alien Invasion**

Zero Hour (1955)

**Journey to Other Worlds**