X Minus One is widely considered one of the best science fiction radio series ever to be broadcast. Featuring stories written by Rad Bradbury, Clifford Simak, Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, and other science fiction writing luminaries, X Minus One set the bar for excellence in radio drama. Noted for its superb acting and directing and original music scores, X Minus One was hailed by critics for its stories of intelligence, heart, and sheer scare factor as each weekly episode transported the listener to otherworldly dimensions.
"The Moon Is Green"
"Saucer of Loneliness"
"The Girls from Earth"
"Venus Is a Man's World"
"The Seventh Victim"
"The Lights on Precipice Peak"
"At the Post"
"Something for Nothing"
"The Discovery of Mornial Matheway"
"Man's Best Friend"
"The Category Inventor"
"The Merchant of Venus"
"The Haunted Corpse"
"End as a World"
"The Native Problem"
"A Wind Is Rising"
"Point of Departure"
"The Coffin Cure"
"Gray Flannel Armor"
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Please, cut out the commercials!
Classic space opera
Well written and performed
I am an alien from the Planet Zork. The reason we haven't invaded Earth is that we've been listening to your radio broadcasts since they first began and while they are in large parts of great interest, the one thing that decided us against an entirely peaceful invasion is that we'd have to put up with tedious, lead-footed commercials for products that either no longer exist, are intended to create artificial social anxiety or just plain dumb. Just give us the stories and show the hucksters the easiest way to the nearest black hole.
Not nearly as interesting as Seasons 1 or 2
The boiler plate plots were thin at best. The acting troupe were cashing checks. The ads being left in was an unpleasant surprise, too.
Absolutely. This may have one marginalized story adapted from Ray Bradbury.
Yes. Seasons 1 and 2. Season 1 was quite good. Season 2 less so. And with Season 3 you know why it was cancelled.
There are several stories that should have been left off the air.
- W. Scott Mize