Twilight Zone Radio Dramas

twilight-zone_1You’re Traveling to Another Dimension … in Entertainment! From the mind of Rod Serling, the master of the macabre… The original 1960’s TV scripts are now compelling radio dramas with today’s favorite Hollywood stars.  Visit the online home of The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas to meet the stars, see behind-the-scenes cast photos and more.

 

Saturday, June 30 9pm
“A Hundred Yards Over the Rim” starring Jim Caviezel (The Passion of the Christ / Person of Interest / The Count of Monte Cristo) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A 19th-century western settler, desperately searching for water for his sick son, takes a walk that inexplicably leads him into the next century.

Sunday, July 1 9pm
“Queen of the Nile” starring Kate Jackson (The Rookies / Charlie’s Angels) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A young, handsome columnist is startled to learn that famous movie star Pamela Morris is just as lovely and young looking today as when she starred in the film “Queen of the Nile” made decades ago. Intrigued, he investigates – and by doing so, learns a terrifying secret.

Saturday, July 7 9pm
“Dead Man’s Shoes” starring Bill Smitrovich (The Practice / Independence Day) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A vagrant steps into a murdered gangster’s expensive shoes and is taken over by the dead man’s spirit, who vows to seek revenge against his killer.

Sunday, July 8 9pm
“The Shelter” starring Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters / Oz) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: Radio warnings of attacking UFO’s turn neighbors into a mob that jealously fight for the only bomb shelter on their block.

Saturday, July 14 9pm
“Elegy” starring Blair Underwood (Sex and the City / The Event) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: Three astronauts land on a remote asteroid where everyone is frozen in place in the midst of their activities. The only one that can move reveals himself as the caretaker who explains that they are in an exclusive cemetery where the dead’s greatest wish can come true.

Sunday, July 15 9pm
“Ten Days” starring Ned Bellamy (Seinfeld / Twilight) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: Michael Franklin is a driven, workaholic who focuses on business at the expense of genuine human contact. When Michael finds out he has only 10 days to live – he realizes that he’s been living his life all wrong – but is it too late to do anything about it?

Saturday, July 21 9pm
“A Penny For Your Thoughts” starring David Eigenberg (Sex and the City / Chicago Fire) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: Gaining telepathic abilities when his coin lands on its edge, bank clerk Hector B. Poole learns about the difference between other people’s plans and fantasies.

Sunday, July 22 9pm
“What’s In the Box” starring Mike Starr (Dumb & Dumber / Goodfellas / The Black Dahlia) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A man can “watch” his future and its horrible consequences on his just-repaired TV set. He frantically tries to alter his fate.

Saturday, July 28 9pm
“Execution” starring Don Johnson (Miami Vice / Nash Bridges / Django Unchained) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A murdering cowboy from the old west is transported to today by a scientist just as he’s about to be hung. He has a second chance in a new world but will his thirst for blood be quenched?

Sunday, July 29 9pm
“Young Man’s Fancy” starring Tony Plana (Ugly Betty / 24) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A recently married man misses his dead mother and his childhood so much that he can’t seem to live in the today and now, causing untold horror for his new bride.

Saturday, August 4 9pm
“I Am the Night, Color Me Black” starring John Ratzenberger (Cheers / Toy Story) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: On the day an unpopular idealist is to be executed for the killing of a racist bully, the townsfolk are shocked to see the skies have turned pitch black.

Sunday, August 5 9pm
“The 25th Hour” starring Mike Nussbaum (Field of Dreams / Men in Black) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A busy executive can’t find enough time in his week to keep his boss and his girlfriend satisfied. This problem is quickly solved when a strange old man with a mysterious invention gives him all the time he needs – but at what price?