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|S P R O N G I N H E T||H E E L A L|
|OPERATIE LUNA||CDSET (6)|
|HET MARSMYSTERIE||CDSET (10)|
|MARS SLAAT TOE||CDSET (10)|
|SPRONG IN HET HEELAL DEEL 2 + 3||CASSETTE|
|SPRONG IN HET HEELAL DEEL 2 + 3||TAPE|
|SPRONG IN HET HEELAL BIJEENKOMST||CDR|
|MAKING OF... DE TERUGKEER VAN MARS||CDR|
|DE TERUGKEER VAN MARS||UITZENDING (NL)|
|DE TERUGKEER VAN MARS||CDR|
|UK.....||J O U R N E Y I N T O||S P A C E|
|CHARLES CHILTON INTERVIEW||CDR|
|JOURNEY INTO SPACE AGAIN||CDR||(Cast Int.)|
THE RED PLANET
THE WORLD IN PERIL
|CDRSET (3) (MP3)||Golden
|RETURN FROM MARS||CDRSET (3) (MP3)|
|STORY OF JOURNEY INTO SPACE||DOCUMENT||Operation Luna|
|L I N K S|
Voor velen het hoorspel der hoorspelen. Regie Leon Povel, naar de boeken van de Brit Charles Chilton. Een spannende, futuristische sciencefiction- serie, die de luisteraars in de jaren vijftig met rode oortjes aan het toestel gekluisterd deed zitten.
Journey Into Space was a BBC Radio science fiction programme, written by BBC producer Charles Chilton. Three series were produced, which have been translated into 17 languages and broadcast worldwide. In the UK it was the last radio programme to attract a bigger evening audience than television.
series was created in 1953, soon after Riders of the Range (a popular Western,
also written by Chilton) ended its six seasons on the BBC Light Programme.
Michael Standing, then Head of the BBC Variety Department, asked Chilton
if he could write a sci-fi programme, and Journey to the Moon (later known
as Operation Luna) was the result.
half-hour episode would usually end with a dramatic cliffhanger (a popular
plot device used to increase the audience's incentive to tune in to the
Chilton went on to write three best-selling novels based upon the radio series. From April 1956, the Express Weekly comic ran a full colour comic strip of Journey Into Space, with new stories written by Chilton (one story title was Planet of Fear), drawn first by Tacconi, and then by Bruce Cornwall and Terence Patrick. Further details of this cartoon strip sequel are provided after our analysis of the Third radio series.
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