Classic Sci-Fi Radio Play



  • Welcome to the "Classic Sci-Fi Radio Play" page.
  • 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.
  • Sit back, relax and enjoy………..

Here are the three latest sci-fi radio plays for your listening pleasure. Plenty to think about with these three!



The Brooklyn Brain (1950)

One evening Joe proposed to his girl-friend, Clarice but she turned him down as she felt he was uneducated and was in need of more culture. Coincidentally, a professor had invented a machine which could transform tape recordings of a human voice reading facts and figures on any subject into electrical waves and charge the brain with the waves enabling any one to obtain information charged into his memory. All that was needed was a human volunteer. No surprise that Joe volunteers for this scientific experiment to obtain instant brain culture.





The Girls From Earth (1957)

On Mars Mike MacDonald a partner in the firm of Diggle and MacDonald, together with his partner put together a scheme to sell girls from Earth as wives to local uranium miners for a fee of $100. What could go wrong?





The Sighting (1974)

A couple encounters a UFO landing on Earth but they agree to keep it quiet. When the wife speaks with her neighbour’s wife, she learns that they saw it too. Her husband however is adamant that nothing happened. Later on, she is befriended by an alien who implants a mind-control chip in her. The fate of the entire human race is at stake….




Previously featured presentations

**Technology**


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

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

5. The Tunnel Man (1977)  




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)

Terror From Beyond (1964)



**Journey to Other Worlds**