I dedicated this morning to tackling the raging mess in my room, to the accompaniment of several sci-fi radio plays from the 50s. Robert Heinlein’s Universe, Fredric Brown’s Knock, and George Lefferts Man in the Moon were all very entertaining, if a little old-fashioned. More than anything else, I think the music gives it away. I could almost look forward to the next bout, as I haven’t yet heard all the shows I downloaded.
Spaceship Radio plays public domain Sci/Fi radio plays. Lost treasures from the ’50s and ’40s, written by Sci-Fi legends.
[Via Boing Boing.]