Journey into Space

  • by Charles Chilton
  • Narrated by Charles Chilton
  • 9 hrs and 51 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

Charles Chilton's classic science-fiction trilogy stormed the BBC airwaves during the 1950s. Its gripping story lines, extra-terrestrial sound effects, and atmospheric music engaged the listener as never before. Between 1953 and 1958, a devoted audience of adults and children attentively followed Captain Jet Morgan and his crew from one cliff-hanger to another as, together, they faced the unknown perils of space.In this epic concluding series, Captain Jet Morgan, Doc Matthews, engineer Mitch Mitchell, and radio operator Lemmy Barnet once more set out for Mars, but this time alone. Their orders: to discover all they can about the threatened Martian invasion of Britain. Jet and his comrades are stretched to their limits as they taken on the awesome Martian power. When they learn the astounding secret of the invasion plan, there is a race against time to warn a defenceless Earth. This is the complete The World in Peril series.


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Brilliant Old-Time Radio Drama

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"Journey Into Space" is by far one of the most exciting series amongst all of those old classic radio dramas. This is the 2nd story-line in its long serial of programs. If you are a fan of audio books or radio dramas of any kind, you will most surely enjoy "Journey Into Space". It is a shame that this medium is not as popular as it once was but it's great that you can still enjoy these old shows with the help of the internet.

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- Niels J. Rasmussen

A BBC Radio Show. Lots of fun from the era!

This is a radio show from the BBC. 20 shows each an 1/2 hour. The sound effects and dialogue show the era - and it was great fun. This was recorded in the days when TV was just about replacing Radio Shows.

But that increased the enjoyment of listening. Hard to believe that at certain times of the week, people stopped everything to listen to a show. Now with DVR and the ability to record and control live TV, we forget what had to be done each week to keep the show going.

For the small price, it was well worth it.
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- DocJim

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-02-2007
  • Publisher: BBC Worldwide Limited