History Radio / XMinusOne

20th Jan '16 1:57:51 AM tenryufan
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* RecycledScript: Over a dozen scripts from a previous sci-fi radio series, ''Radio/DimensionX'', were reused on ''X Minus One''.
14th Sep '14 8:48:22 AM theladyfromplanetx
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You can also listen to episodes on YouTube.

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You can also listen to episodes on YouTube.
14th Sep '14 8:47:44 AM theladyfromplanetx
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You can also listen to episodes on YouTube.



* WorthlessYellowRocks: A protagonist got mixed up in a time-traveling get-rick-quick scheme by going to the past and investing in stocks that would rise and property loaded with a type of mineral that the seller told him had interesting scientific qualities but was basically worthless—uranium.

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* WorthlessYellowRocks: A protagonist got mixed up in a time-traveling get-rick-quick get-rich-quick scheme by going to the past and investing in stocks that would rise and property loaded with a type of mineral that the seller told him had interesting scientific qualities but was basically worthless—uranium.
21st Feb '14 10:31:37 PM Mdumas43073
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* DownerEnding: Many of the shows ended up with a bad result for the protagonist

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* DownerEnding: Many of the shows ended up with a bad result for the protagonistprotagonist.
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21st Feb '14 10:30:09 PM Mdumas43073
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* RecycledScript: Over a dozen scripts from a previous sci-fi radio series, ''Radio/DimensionX'', were reused on X Minus One

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* RecycledScript: Over a dozen scripts from a previous sci-fi radio series, ''Radio/DimensionX'', were reused on X ''X Minus OneOne''.
17th Feb '14 9:13:03 PM foxley
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* RecycledScript: Over a dozen scripts from a previous sci-fi radio series, Radio/DimensionX, were reused on X Minus One
* SpiritualSuccessor: X Minus One is this to Radio/DimensionX, which aired on NBC radio from 1950–1951.

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* RecycledScript: Over a dozen scripts from a previous sci-fi radio series, Radio/DimensionX, ''Radio/DimensionX'', were reused on X Minus One
* SpiritualSuccessor: X Minus One is this to Radio/DimensionX, ''Radio/DimensionX'', which aired on NBC radio from 1950–1951.1950–1951.
* WorthlessYellowRocks: A protagonist got mixed up in a time-traveling get-rick-quick scheme by going to the past and investing in stocks that would rise and property loaded with a type of mineral that the seller told him had interesting scientific qualities but was basically worthless—uranium.
9th Aug '13 7:26:14 PM mrmunion
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* RecycledScript: Over a dozen scripts from a previous sci-fi radio series, Dimension X, were reused on X Minus One
* SpiritualSuccessor: X Minus One is this to Dimension X, which aired on NBC radio from 1950–1951.

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* RecycledScript: Over a dozen scripts from a previous sci-fi radio series, Dimension X, Radio/DimensionX, were reused on X Minus One
* SpiritualSuccessor: X Minus One is this to Dimension X, Radio/DimensionX, which aired on NBC radio from 1950–1951.
6th Aug '13 10:21:55 PM mrmunion
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* RecycledScript: Over a dozen scripts from a previous sci-fi radio series, Dimension X, were reused on X Minus One
* SpiritualSuccessor: X Minus One is this to Dimension X, which aired on NBC radio from 1950–1951.
28th May '13 4:36:36 PM Lawman592
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Each week, a new story, taken from either Astounding or Galaxy, was performed as a radio drama (or comedy) in which the material was played straight for an adult audience, as opposed to typical 1950s science fiction (especially science fiction movies) which either trivialized this type of story (as in the case of most "bug eyed monster" style low-budget "earth is being invaded by monsters [[MarsNeedsWomen (or) martians]]" films) or targeted it for juveniles.

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Each week, a new story, taken from either Astounding or Galaxy, was performed as a radio drama (or comedy) in which the material was played straight for an adult audience, as opposed to typical 1950s science fiction (especially science fiction movies) movies or TV shows) which either trivialized this type of story (as in the case of most "bug eyed monster" style low-budget "earth is being invaded by monsters [[MarsNeedsWomen (or) martians]]" Martians]]" films) or targeted it for juveniles.
juveniles (e.g., ''Series/CaptainVideo'').
29th Oct '11 4:10:31 AM Camacan
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Long before RodSerling created ''TheTwilightZone'', probably the best science fiction and fantasy program made, there was ''XMinusOne'', the radio drama which ran during 1955-1958 on the NBC radio network. Using material supplied by the two major science fiction magazines of the day, ''Astounding Science Fiction'' and later ''Galaxy'', the show produced a weekly radio drama involving science fiction, aimed at adults. (One of the program's sponsors was Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.)

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Long before RodSerling created ''TheTwilightZone'', probably the best science fiction and fantasy program made, there was ''XMinusOne'', ''X Minus One'', the radio drama which ran during 1955-1958 on the NBC radio network. Using material supplied by the two major science fiction magazines of the day, ''Astounding Science Fiction'' and later ''Galaxy'', the show produced a weekly radio drama involving science fiction, aimed at adults. (One of the program's sponsors was Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.)



* DoubleDontKnow - One episode had the character using this trope
* DownerEnding - Many of the shows ended up with a bad result for the protagonist

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* DoubleDontKnow - DoubleDontKnow: One episode had the character using this trope
* DownerEnding - DownerEnding: Many of the shows ended up with a bad result for the protagonist
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