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Publisher's Summary

X Minus One is widely considered one of the best science fiction radio series to ever be broadcast. Featuring stories written by Ray 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 other worldly dimensions.
These 32 episodes from season one (actually, 31 episodes as one episode was a repeat, and has been replaced here with the charming NBC Radio promotional jingle as a placeholder) have been digitally remastered and are commercial free.
Episodes:


"And the Moon Be Still as Bright" - Ray Bradbury
"No Contact" - George Lefferts
"The Parade" - George Lefferts
"Mars Is Heaven" - Ray Bradbury
"Universe" - Robert A. Heinlein
"Knock" - Fredric Brown
"The Man in the Moon" - George Lefferts
"Perigi's Wonderful Dolls" - George Lefferts
"The Green Hills of Earth" - Robert A. Heinlein
"Dr. Grimshaw's Sanitorium" - Fletcher Pratt
"Nightmare Stephen" - Vincent Benet
The Embassy - Donald A. Wollheim
"The Veldt" - Ray Bradbury
"Almost Human" - Robert Bloch
"Courtesy" - Clifford D. Simak
"Cold Equations" - Tom Godwin
"Shanghaied" - Ernest Kinoy
"The Martian Death March" - Ernest Kinoy
"The Castaways" - Ernest Kinoy
"And the Moon Be Still as Bright" (Repeat) Omitted and Replaced here with the NBC Promo Jingle
"First Contact" -Murray Leinster
"Child's Play" - William Tenn
"Requiem" - Robert A. Heinlein
"Hello, Tomorrow" - George Lefferts
"Dwellers in Silence" - Ray Bradbury
"The Outer Limit" -Graham Doar
"Zero Hour" - Ray Bradbury
"The Vital Factor" - Nelson Bond
"Nightfall" - Isaac Asimov
"To the Future" - Ray Bradbury
"Marionettes, Inc." - Ray Bradbury
"A Logic Named Joe" - Murray Leinster

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4 out of 5 stars
By Brian on 05-17-15

Great old radio scifi

Great old radio scifi from the twilight zone mold. What else is there to say about scifi and old radio

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5 out of 5 stars
By John Testerman on 05-29-17

Great for long car trips

Makes the time just fly by, the 20-25 min episodes are a perfect length to keep you engaged.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Alex on 04-19-15

Old but entertaining

Great stories. They have stood the test of time amazingly well, but then the writers are some of the best Sci-Fi storytellers ever. I recommend this to any classic Sci-Fi fans, you will love this. Some great original plots and some nice light comedy as well.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Paul McMahon on 10-08-14

Each story is bracked by the intro and end titles.

The stories are interesting and the list of authors is impressive. I couldn't listen to much of the series as the repeat of the intro and end titles got to me. It should be noted that the levels of sound aren't conducive to comfortable ear piece listening; very soft to very loud, with some startling volumes.

An interesting part of radio/SF history, but a little goes a long way.

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