List of X Minus One episodes

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List of episodes for the X Minus One radio show.

1955[edit]

Title Air Date Author
1. "And The Moon Be Still As Bright" April 22, 1955 Ray Bradbury (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
2. "No Contact" April 24, 1955 George Lefferts (Story by George Lefferts & Ernest Kinoy)
3. "The Parade" May 1, 1955 George Lefferts
4. "Mars is Heaven" May 8, 1955 Ray Bradbury (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
5. "Universe" May 15, 1955 Robert A. Heinlein (adapted by George Lefferts)
6. "Knock" May 22, 1955 Fredric Brown (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
7. "The Man in the Moon" May 29, 1955 George Lefferts
8. "Perigi's Wonderful Dolls" June 5, 1955 George Lefferts
9. "The Green Hills of Earth" July 7, 1955 Robert A. Heinlein (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
10. "Dr. Grimshaw's Sanitorium" July 14, 1955 Fletcher Pratt (adapted by George Lefferts)
11. "Nightmare" July 21, 1955 Stephen Vincent Benét (adapted by George Lefferts; based on the poem "The Revolt of the Machines")
12. "The Embassy" July 28, 1955 Donald A. Wollheim (adapted by George Lefferts)
13. "The Veldt" August 4, 1955 Ray Bradbury (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
14. "Almost Human" August 11, 1955 Robert Bloch (adapted by George Lefferts)
15. "Courtesy" August 18, 1955 Clifford D. Simak (adapted by George Lefferts)
16. "Cold Equations" August 25, 1955 Tom Godwin (adapted by George Lefferts)
17. "Shanghaied" September 1, 1955 Ernest Kinoy
18. "The Martian Death March" September 8, 1955 Ernest Kinoy
19. "The Castaways" September 15, 1955 Ernest Kinoy
20. "And The Moon Be Still As Bright" (Repeat) September 22, 1955 Ray Bradbury (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
21. "First Contact" October 6, 1955 Murray Leinster (adapted by Howard Rodman)
22. "Child's Play" October 20, 1955 William Tenn (adapted by George Lefferts)
23. "Requiem" October 27, 1955 Robert A. Heinlein (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
24. "Hello, Tomorrow" November 3, 1955 George Lefferts
25. "Dwellers in Silence" November 10, 1955 Ray Bradbury (adapted by George Lefferts)
26. "The Outer Limit" November 16, 1955 Graham Doar (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
27. "There Will Come Soft Rains / Zero Hour" November 23, 1955 Ray Bradbury (adapted by George Lefferts)
28. "The Vital Factor" November 30, 1955 Nelson Bond (adapted by Howard Rodman)
29. "Nightfall" December 7, 1955 Isaac Asimov (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
30. "To the Future" December 14, 1955 Ray Bradbury (adapted by Ernest Kinoy from "The Fox and the Forest")
31. "Marionettes, Inc." December 21, 1955 Ray Bradbury (adapted by George Lefferts)
32. "A Logic Named Joe" December 28, 1955 Murray Leinster (adapted by Claris A. Ross)

1956[edit]

Title Air Date Author
33. "The Roads Must Roll" January 4, 1956 Robert A. Heinlein (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
34. "Time and Time Again" January 11, 1956 H. Beam Piper (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
35. "Perigi's Wonderful Dolls" (Rebroadcast) January 18, 1956 George Lefferts
36. "The Parade" (Rebroadcast) January 25, 1956 George Lefferts
37. "The Cave of Night" February 1, 1956 James E. Gunn (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
38. "C-Chute" February 8, 1956 Isaac Asimov (adapted by George Lefferts)
39. "Skulking Permit" February 15, 1956 Robert Sheckley (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
40. "Junkyard" February 22, 1956 Clifford D. Simak (adapted by George Lefferts)
41. "Hello, Tomorrow" (Repeat) February 29, 1956 George Lefferts
42. "A Gun for Dinosaur" March 7, 1956 L. Sprague de Camp (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
43. "Tunnel Under the World" March 14, 1956 Frederik Pohl (adapted by George Lefferts)
44. "A Thousand Dollars a Plate" March 21, 1956 Jack McKenty (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
45. "A Pail of Air" March 28, 1956 Fritz Leiber (adapted by George Lefferts)
46. "How-2" April 3, 1956 Clifford D. Simak (adapted by William Welch)
47. "Star, Bright" April 10, 1956 Mark Clifton (adapted by George Lefferts)
48. "Jaywalker" April 17, 1956 Ross Rocklynne (adapted by George Leferts)
49. "The Sense of Wonder" April 24, 1956 Milton Lesser (adapted by George Lefferts)
50. "Sea Legs" May 1, 1956 Frank Quattrocchi (adapted by George Lefferts)
51. "The Seventh Order" May 8, 1956 Jerry Sohl (adapted by George Lefferts)
52. "Hallucination Orbit" May 15, 1956 J. T. McIntosh (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
53. "The Defenders" May 22, 1956 Philip K. Dick (adapted by George Lefferts)
54. "Lulungomeena" May 29, 1956 Gordon R. Dickson (adapted by George Lefferts)
55. "Project Mastodon" June 5, 1956 Clifford D. Simak (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
56. "If You Was A Moklin" June 12, 1956 Murray Leinster (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
57. "Project Trojan" June 19, 1956 Ernest Kinoy
58. "Wherever You May Be" June 26, 1956 James E. Gunn (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
59. "Mr. Costello, Hero" July 3, 1956 Theodore Sturgeon (adapted by George Lefferts)
60. "Bad Medicine" July 10, 1956 Finn O'Donnevan (adapted by George Lefferts)
61. "The Old Die Rich" July 17, 1956 H. L. Gold (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
62. "The Stars Are The Styx" July 24, 1956 Theodore Sturgeon (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
63. "Student Body" July 31, 1956 F. L. Wallace (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
64. "The Last Martian" August 7, 1956 Fredric Brown (adapted by George Lefferts)
65. "The Snowball Effect" August 14, 1956 Katherine MacLean (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
66. "Surface Tension" August 28, 1956 James Blish (adapted by George Lefferts)
67. "Tunnel Under The World" (Rebroadcast) September 4, 1956 Frederik Pohl (adapted by George Lefferts)
68. "The Lifeboat Mutiny" September 11, 1956 Robert Sheckley (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
69. "The Map Makers" September 26, 1956 Frederik Pohl (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
70. "Protective Mimicry" October 3, 1956 Algis Budrys (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
71. "Colony" October 10, 1956 Philip K. Dick (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
72. "Soldier Boy" October 17, 1956 Michael Shaara (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
73. "Pictures Don't Lie" October 24, 1956 Katherine MacLean (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
74. "Sam, This Is You" October 31, 1956 Murray Leinster (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
75. "Appointment In Tomorrow" November 7, 1956 Fritz Leiber (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
76. "The Martian Death March" (Repeat) November 14, 1956 Ernest Kinoy
77. "Chain of Command" November 21, 1956 Steven Arr (adapted by George Lefferts)
78. "The Castaways" (Repeat) November 28, 1956 Ernest Kinoy
79. "There Will Come Soft Rains" & "Zero Hour" (Rebroadcast) December 5, 1956 Ray Bradbury (adapted by George Lefferts)
80. "Hostess" December 12, 1956 Isaac Asimov (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
81. "The Reluctant Heroes" December 19, 1956 Frank M. Robinson (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
82. "Honeymoon in Hell" December 26, 1956 Fredric Brown (adapted by George Leferts)

1957[edit]

Title Air Date Author
83. "The Moon Is Green" January 2, 1957 Fritz Leiber (adapted by George Lefferts)
84. "Saucer of Loneliness" January 9, 1957 Theodore Sturgeon (adapted by George Lefferts)
85. "The Girls From Earth" January 16, 1957 Frank M. Robinson (adapted by George Lefferts)
86. "Open Warfare" January 23, 1957 James E. Gunn (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
87. "Caretaker" January 30, 1957 James H. Schmitz (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
88. "Venus Is A Man's World" February 6, 1957 William Tenn (adapted by Arthur Small)
89. "The Trap" February 13, 1957 Finn O'Donnevan (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
90. "Field Study" February 20, 1957 Peter Phillips (adapted by Jack C. Wilson)
91. "Real Gone" February 27, 1957 Ernest Kinoy (based on an idea by Al "Jazzbo" Collins)
92. "The Seventh Victim" March 6, 1957 Robert Sheckley (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
93. "The Lights On Precipice Peak" March 13, 1957 Stephen Tall (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
94. "Protection" March 20, 1957 Robert Sheckley (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
95. "At The Post" March 27, 1957 H. L. Gold (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
96. "Martian Sam" April 3, 1957 Ernest Kinoy
97. "Something For Nothing" April 10, 1957 Robert Sheckley (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
98. "The Discovery Of Mornial Matheway" April 17, 1957 William Tenn (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
99. "Man's Best Friend" April 24, 1957 Evelyn Smith (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
100. "Inside Story" June 20, 1957 Richard Wilson (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
101. "The Category Inventor" June 27, 1957 Arthur Sellings (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
102. "Skulking Permit" (Rebroadcast) July 4, 1957 Robert Sheckley (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
103. "Early Model" July 11, 1957 Robert Sheckley (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
104. "The Merchant Of Venus" July 18, 1957 A. H. Phelps Jr. (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
105. "The Haunted Corpse" July 25, 1957 Frederik Pohl (adapted by William Welch)
106. "End As A World" August 1, 1957 F. L. Wallace (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
107. "The Scapegoat" August 8, 1957 Richard Maples (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
108. "At The Post" (Repeat) August 15, 1957 H. L. Gold (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
109. "Drop Dead" August 22, 1957 Clifford D. Simak (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
110. "Volpla" August 29, 1957 Wyman Guin (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
111. "Saucer Of Loneliness" (Repeat) September 5, 1957 Theodore Sturgeon (adapted by George Lefferts)
112. "The Old Die Rich" (Rebroadcast) September 12, 1957 H. L. Gold (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
113. "Tsylana" September 19, 1957 James E. Gunn (adapted by George Lefferts)
114. "The Native Problem" September 26, 1957 Robert Sheckley (adapted by William Welch)
115. "A Wind Is Rising" October 3, 1957 Finn O'Donnevan (adapted by George Lefferts)
116. "Death Wish" October 10, 1957 Ned Lang (adapted by William Welch)
117. "Point Of Departure" October 17, 1957 Vaughn Shelton (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
118. "The Light" October 24, 1957 Poul Anderson (adapted by William Welch)
119. "Lulu" October 31, 1957 Clifford D. Simak (adapted by George Lefferts)
120. "The Coffin Cure" November 21, 1957 Alan E. Nourse (adapted by Ernest Kinoy)
121. "Shocktroop" November 28, 1957 Daniel F. Galouye (adapted by George Lefferts)
122. "The Haunted Corpse" (Rebroadcast) December 12, 1957 Frederik Pohl (adapted by William Welch)
123. "Double Dare" December 19, 1957 Robert Silverberg (adapted by William Welch)
124. "Target One" December 26, 1957 Frederik Pohl (adapted by George Lefferts)

1958[edit]

Title Air Date Author
125. "Prime Difference" January 2, 1958 Alan E. Nourse (adapted by George Lefferts)
126. "Gray Flannel Armor" January 9, 1958 Finn O'Donnevan (adapted by William Welch)

1973[edit]

Title Air Date Author
127. "The Iron Chancellor" January 27, 1973 Robert Silverberg

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