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Audiobook Style Podcast Reading Old Science Fiction Stories

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Audiobook Style Podcast Reading Old Science Fiction Stories

    026 The Attack from Space - A Sequel to Beyond the Heaviside Layer

    026 The Attack from Space - A Sequel to Beyond the Heaviside Layer

    From a far world came monstrous invaders who were all the more terrifying because invisible.



    "The Attack from Space" by Capt. S.P. Meek, Read by Adam Tagarro. This is a sequel to "Beyond the Heaviside Layer", which is episode 025 of Yesterday's Sci-Fi.



    Licensing and Copyright Information

    Show Art Photo by Mike Kiev on Unsplash

    All non-credited music, art, and sound effects featured on this episode are original, created by me. This story is not covered by copyright, as it is in the Public Domain: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/29255

    • 1 hr 4 min
    025 Beyond the Heaviside Layer

    025 Beyond the Heaviside Layer

    For eighty vertical miles Carpenter and Bond blasted their way—only to be trapped by the extraordinary monsters of the heaviside layer.



    "Beyond the Heaviside Layer" by Capt. S.P. Meek, Read by Adam Tagarro



    Licensing and Copyright Information

    Background music during the story, courtesy of ChristianBodhi on Pixabay (Voyager Probe – Deep Space)

    Show Art Photo by Martin Jaros on Unsplash

    All non-credited music, art, and sound effects featured on this episode are original, created by me. This story is not covered by copyright, as it is in the Public Domain: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/29198

    • 48 min
    024 Second Landing

    024 Second Landing

    "A gentle fancy for the Christmas Season - an oft-told tale with a wistful twistful of Something that left the Earth with a wing and a prayer."

    "Second Landing" by Floyd Wallace, Read by Adam Tagarro

    Show art photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash.

    All non-credited music, art, and sound effects featured on this episode are original, created by me. This story is not covered by copyright, as it is in the Public Domain: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/24958

    • 17 min
    023 The Mad Planet

    023 The Mad Planet

    When the twenty-first century drew to a close the whole human race began to revert to conditions closely approximating savagery. The low-lands were unbearable. Thick jungles of rank growth covered the ground. The air was depressing and enervating. Men could live there, but it was a sickly, fever-ridden existence. The whole population of the earth desired the high lands and as the low country became more unbearable, men forgot their two centuries of peace.



    "The Mad Planet" by Murray Leinster

    Read by Adam Tagarro



    Licensing and Copyright Information

    Background music during the story, courtesy of ChristianBodhi on Pixabay (Voyager Probe – Deep Space)

    Photo by Hamish Weir on Unsplash

    All non-credited music, art, and sound effects featured on this episode are original, created by me. This story is not covered by copyright, as it is in the Public Domain: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/35425

    • 2 hr 17 min
    022 The Nothing Equation

    022 The Nothing Equation

    The space ships were miracles of power and precision; the men who manned them, rich in endurance and courage. Every detail had been checked and double checked; every detail except...



    "The Nothing Equation" by Tom Godwin, Read by Adam Tagarro



    Licensing and Copyright Information

    Background music during the story, courtesy of ChristianBodhi on Pixabay (Voyager Probe – Deep Space)

    Show art photo by Adrian Swancar on Unsplash

    All non-credited music, art, and sound effects featured on this episode are original, created by me. This story is not covered by copyright, as it is in the Public Domain: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/25628

    • 20 min
    015 Beyond Light

    015 Beyond Light

    Venus was civilized … so the Universe thought! But deep in its midnight caverns … beyond light, beyond the wildest imaginings of an ordered System … dwelt Horror.

    “Beyond Light” by Nelson S. Bond
    Read by Adam Tagarro

    Licensing and Copyright Information
    All music and sound effects featured on this episode are original, created by me. This story is not covered by copyright, as it is in the Public Domain: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/61826 (Bibrec tab)

    Photo by Carlos Nakazato on Unsplash

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

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10 Ratings

10 Ratings

YesTravelers ,

Olde Timey!

I love the Olde Timey sci-fi! Ah…they were simpler times. ⏳🕰📺🎞🕹

Bigblue5953 ,

Nice!

Great idea, love the idea of bringing the old stories back to life. Very cool

Lbmom24 ,

Cool!

Fun to listen to, and a fascinating window into how the past glimpsed our present; give it a listen and you’ll undoubtedly agree.

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