American science fiction

2000 Plus (1950, United States)

Categories: space travel

2000 Plus  1950 science fiction radio show

Language: English

Radio science fiction drama series containing different story in each episode. It was the first science fiction radio show for adult audience (preceeding the Dimension X for only a month) and unlike Dimension X this show was using mostly new scripts rather than well known or already published novels or short stories. Unfortunately while Dimension X was attracting top sci fi writers of the era (like Isaac Asimov, Robert Bloch, Ray Bradbury, Donald A. Wollheim) the original scripts of 2000 Plus were rather inferior offer.

The show was broadcasted from March 1950 until the end of 1951 season with over 80 episodes alltogether.

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