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, December 16 9pm
“Midnight Sun” starring Kim Fields (Facts of Life) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: The Earth’s orbit has suddenly changed, drawing it ever closer to the Sun and promising eminent destruction from the massive heat. One woman struggles for survival.

Sunday, December 17 9pm
“The Bewitchin’ Pool” starring Karen Black (Trilogy of Terror / Easy Rider) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: Two children of divorcing parents, escape through a magical portal in their pool, into a peaceful world for children.

Saturday, December 23 9pm
“Night of the Meek” starring Chris McDonald (The Perfect Storm / Happy Gilmour) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: Henry Corwin, a down-at-the-heels department store Santa, dispenses Christmas cheer to a mission house with the help of a sack that will produce whatever one asks for.

Sunday, December 24 9pm
“Hocus-Pocus and Frisby” starring * Shelley Berman (Curb Your Enthusiasm / Twilight Zone) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A celebrated teller of tall tales finds no one will believe his latest yarn – that aliens kidnapped him.
* Shelley Berman starred in The Twilight Zone TV episode “The Mind and the Matter” as originally broadcast 5/12/61.

Saturday, December 30 9pm
“The Changing of the Guard” starring * Orson Bean (Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman / Two and a Half Men) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A well-loved teacher feels his useful life is over when he is asked to retire. * Orson Bean starred in The Twilight Zone episode “Mr. Bevis” originally televised 6/3/60.

Sunday, December 31 9pm
“I Dream of Genie” starring Hal Sparks (Queer As Folk / Spiderman 2) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: George P. Hanley never had much success in life. But when he rubs a magic Arabian lamp, a genie emerges and grants him one wish, which sets him to imagining all kinds of possibilities.