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Old Time Radio: 60 Greatest Science Fiction.
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Old Time Radio: 60 Greatest Science Fiction. Old Time Radio: 60 Greatest Science Fiction.
Radio Spirits proudly presents The 60 Greatest Radio Shows from Science Fiction Selected by Ray Bradbury. It really is the "Theater of Imagination. The writing is superb and suspenseful on these shows. I can't wait to introduce my son to these broadcasts. 5 people found this helpful.
Original Radio Broadcasts. This wonderful collection sets out to rectify that problem, offering 60 shows from that golden age of radio. The range of entertainment-the set contains 20 hours of material-is breathtaking, running the gamut from comedy routines (Abbott and Costello's "Who's on First") through mystery serials ("The Saint" with Vincent Prince) to variety shows (Jack Benny's "Money or Your Life") and radio plays (Orson Welles's infamous 1937 "panic broadcast" of the "War of the Worlds")
Old Time Radio Programs. Harold Peary as The Great Gildersleeve. This is the 1943-44 season. The Lum Edwards Collection. nitially a revival of NBC's Dimension X (1950-51), X Minus One is widely considered among the finest science fiction dramas ever produced for radio.
30 hours of the 60 greatest old-time science fiction radio shows, selected by Ray Bradbury.
For this reason, Radio Spirits has asked him to help select the 60 all-time greatest radio shows of the 20th century. Listeners will never forget the day martians invaded the earth as Orson Welles broadcast his legendary "War of the Worlds". The hysteria that followed was a clear indicator of the power of radio. Even today, the hilarious comedy routine by Abbott & Costello, "Who's on First", is enjoyed by all generations. As we enter the 21st century, radio's contribution will forever be recognized as a valuable piece of American history and culture. One thing that really hampered my enjoyment, especially for the later broadcasts, was that the incidental music was extremely loud and shrill. I had to keep turning the volume down as the music assaulted my ears, and then I could not hear the content, and had to raise it again. Not great when you're listening in the ca. .
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