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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In keeping with the “Space Patrol” theme on the Sci-Fi Classic Double Feature page, here are three episodes from the 1950s Space Patrol radio serial;

Space Patrol: “City of the Sun” (1952)

While walking across deeply cracked ground and 300-degree heat, Commander Buzz Corry and Cadet Happy are attacked with a monstrous six-wheeled atomic drilling/digging machine on the planet Mercury.

Space Patrol: “Queen of Space” (1952)

Buzz and Happy enter a spaceship in Neptune City’s spaceport in search of a traitor against the United Planets. They soon have dealings with Jelna Fenton, owner of Trans-Orbit Lines, a freight line to the outer planets who has plans to increase the reach and power of her enterprise.

Space patrol: “Space Shark” (1952)
Commander Corry and Cadet Happy find themselves on Venus at a farm where food is chemically grown in large tanks. As they make their way toward a building where Tonga is held captive, huge solar mirrors on top of tall towers turn toward them concentrating their beams on their position!

Previously featured presentations


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

3. Almost Human (1950)  4. The Robot Killer (1950)

**Time Travel**

Future Eye

The Time Machine (1950)

Outside Time (1964)

I’m Scared (By Jack Finney)

Operation Tomorrow (1950)

Time and Time Again (by H. Beam Piper) (1951)

Time Heals (1958)

**Space Travel**

The Green Hills of Earth

Destination Moon (1950)

Kaleidoscope (1951)

**Alien Contact**

Early Model (1957)

Martian Sam (1957)

The Martian Death March (1955)

First Contact (1958)

The Invader (1953)

**End of the World**

End As A World (1957)

Nightfall (1951)

**Alien Invasions & Visitations**

Zero Hour (1955)

Impostor (1989-90??)

The Day The Earth Stood Still (1954)

**Journey to Other Worlds**