You’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, April 22 9pm
“The Four of Us Are Dying” starring Eric Bogosian (Law and Order: Criminal Intent / Talk Radio) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: Arch Hammer is gifted with the ability to change his face to make it look like anyone he chooses. He uses this unique gift for his own amusement without a thought to those who might get in his way. But when he tries to double cross a gangster, Archie Hammer “the human chameleon” can’t slither away.
Sunday, April 23 9pm
“The Hitch-Hiker” starring Kate Jackson (The Rookies / Charlie’s Angels) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: While driving alone on a cross-country trip, Nan Adams keeps seeing the same hitchhiker all along the way even though there is no way that he could have gotten ahead of her.
Saturday, April 29 9pm
“Beewinjapeedee” starring Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings / Rudy) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A documentary filmmaker travels to the Everglades in search of his brother’s killer and encounters a legendary Indian Princess and shape-shifter with a ravenous appetite.
Sunday, April 30 9pm
“The Incredible World of Horace Ford” starring Mike Starr (Ice Harvest / Dumb & Dumber / The Black Dahlia) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A toy manufacturer literally becomes a child again when he visits his old neighborhood.
Saturday, May 6 9pm
“Jess-Bell” starring Stephnie Weir (Mad TV / Eden Court) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A mountain girl named Jess-Bell wins back the love of her fickle boyfriend with the help of a witch who exacts a high price for her love potion.
Sunday, May 7 9pm
“The Jungle” starring Ed Begley (Relative Strangers / Six Feet Under) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A prospector, threatened with death by a native conjuror for violating African land, feels himself stalked in the deserted streets of Manhattan by a giant jungle beast.
Saturday, May 13 9pm
“Little Girl Lost” starring Stephen Tobolowsky (Ground Hog Day / Wild Hogs) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A 6-year-old girl inexplicably disappears from her bedroom but her parents are able to hear her cries for help.
Sunday, May 14 9pm
“King Nine Will Not Return” starring Adam Baldwin (Firefly / Serenity) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A downed bomber pilot crash-lands in the desert. When he regains consciousness he cannot find any of his crewmembers.
Saturday, May 20 9pm
“Mr. Bevis” starring Bruno Kirby (Godfather Pt. 2 / City Slickers / Entourage) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A kindly fellow’s life is turned upside down when he receives “help” from his guardian angel.
Sunday, May 21 9pm
“The Little People” starring Daniel J. Travanti (Hill Street Blues / Prison Break) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A space traveler terrorizes the tiny inhabitants of a space station into accepting him as their God, but when another space ship arrives the tyrannical man discovers everything is relative.
Saturday, May 27 9pm
“I Sing the Body Electric” starring Dee Wallace (E.T. / Halloween) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: When the mother of three young children dies, the father brings home a robot Grandmother to help raise them.
Sunday, May 28 9pm
“The Long Morrow” starring Kathy Garver (Family Affair) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A deep-space astronaut smashes the suspended-animation device that will keep him young, so that he can age at the same rate as the woman he loves.
Saturday, June 3 9pm
“The Lonely” starring Mike Starr (Ice Harvest / Dumb & Dumber) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: A man convicted of murder is sentenced to spend 40 years on a distant asteroid in complete solitude, that is, until a sympathetic ship captain brings him a female robot companion.
Sunday, June 4 9pm
“Mirror Image” starring Morgan Brittany (Dallas) and Frank John Hughes (Catch Me If You Can / Band of Brothers) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
Plot: When Millicent Barnes discovers her double at a train station, she becomes convinced that her double is trying to take her place. A fellow traveler thinks she’s crazy … at first.