SciFi Friday takes you back to the early days of science fiction. Each week we explore the programs that layed the foundation for science fiction of today.
Space Patrol - The Trap on Planet X
Space Patrol - The Trap on Planet X http://oldtimeradiodvd.com
SF68 -The Noon's Response
SF68 -The Noon's Response http://oldtimeradiodvd.com
SF68 - Greenvilles Planet
SF68 - Greenvilles Planet http://oldtimeradiodvd.com
Orbit One Zero - The Unseeing Eye
Orbit One Zero - The Unseeing Eye http://oldtimeradiodvd.com
Flash Gordon on the Planet Mongo
Flash Gordon on the Planet Mongo http://oldtimeradiodvd.com
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missing episodes but otherwise good job
Overall a good collection of interesting SF tales, but some are missing, not many but it's worth mentioning.
Some early episodes in the dozen range and more recently numbers 151 to 153. For example, The Destruction Factor is noted as 6 episodes. The first three are complete. Episodes 4 and 5 are missing. The final episode of that series, number 6 of 6, or 153 in the general numbering pattern, is only a minute or so long, so there's no way to find out what happened. I even did a Google and could not find the missing episodes. I did write to the podcaster a few months back and was promised it would be looked at, but -- anyway, overall it is a good job of gathering together older SF radio programs. Just needs a bit of double checking to make sure episodes get uploaded so they are complete and downloadable.
(BTW, The annoying intro music stuff really could be skipped. I hold down Fast Forward on iPod.)
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Got to wonder if anyone in the booth even listens to these before they are posted. Pro tip: If you want to run a boring eight part (i.e. 8 weeks long) series that is more camp comedy than science fiction, be prepared to lose some listeners.
Take out awful background music
The stories are great, but the background music they added is AWFUL. I guess they think it's "space" but it's just annoying and loud! I can't even hear parts of story!! Please take out. I can deal with ads I just fast forward. How about putting ad in description. Or make them sound like "old" commercials! 😉