The Zero Hour was a 1973-74 radio broadcast hosted by Rod Serling. The Zero Hour featured well known actors and actresses. The stories were exciting and action-packed and will keep you on the edge of you seat, as we approach the Zero Hour.
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Fun but needs some editing
These stories are fun and it's very cool to find them in a podcast FREE! That being said, I think it'd be nice if HC Productions took the time to do a little editing on these. Some of the episodes are out of order, for example, the episode titled Deadman's Tale 5 of 5 is actually the last episode of a different story. Some of the episodes have poor audio and/or skips and glitches. It's possible that these could be cleaned up a little. Still, these are being offered free so I don't think the poor quality really counts against it too much. If HC took the time to edit each one, they probaby wouldn't be free. Audacity is a freeware program that you can download online to clean up the audio of these podcasts for your personal use in your iPod, if you're so inclined. I have used it with success. Also, the episodes include radio commercials. Granted, they are old commercials from the 70's so you may enjoy the nostalgia of them, but I find all commericals detract from shows (on radio or TV)--it breaks the mood for me. So you may or may not like the commericals, but there are a few--usually 4 commerical breaks per episode.
Update Jan. 2011-
It's been a LONG time since any NEW stories were added. Granted, the Zero Hour wasn't a long-running show but I expected more stories than this podcast offers. Stories are being repeated now (e.g. Heir Hunters has been posted twice, etc.). Hard to complain too much as HC Prod is offering these FREE, but it'd be nice to be able to get the full library of stories--EDITED AND CLEANED UP FOR GOOD AUDIO--on here.
Wish the many commercials were edited out of these. Also wish they’d present the full 5 parts (many of the zero hour episodes were presented each weeknight M-Fri and each story was told in 5 parts)
Cool Elliot Lewis production from the mid 70’s!
People are so ungrateful
Complaints from people receiving FREE content show the “give me” attitude among the younger sector. Jeez people be grateful- stop complaining just enjoy the programs.