Sci-fi radio shows were targetting mostly the young audience, telling the stories of space travels and adventures in other galaxies. The genre have flourished in 1940s and and 1950s when the sci-fi magazines became popular and often radio sci-fi shows were using scripts from well known authors, such as Isaac Asimov, Robert Bloch, Ray Bradbury, Donald A. Wollheim or Philip K. Dick.
Science fiction anthology series presenting short stories by the most popular scifi authors of the era.
Science fiction anthology radio drama series containing different stories in each episode. Among the authors were Isaac Asimov and Ray Bradbury.
Commander Corry and Cadet Happy of the United Planets Space Patrol keep the space lanes a safe place and rush to help anyone in trouble.
Third in the Journey into Space trilogy - Jet Morgan and his crew returns to Earth only to learn that Martian ships have already reached our planet.
Science fiction radio drama series containing different stories in each episode. Among the authors were Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick.