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2000x

2000X is a dramatic anthology series released by National Public Radio and produced by the Hollywood Theater of the Ear. There were 49 plays of various lengths in 26 one-hour programs broadcast weekly and later released on the Internet. Plays were adaptations of futuristic stories, novels and plays by noted authors. Producer/director Yuri Rasovsky and host/consultant Harlan Ellison won the 2001 Bradbury Award from the Science Fiction Writers of America for their work on this program.

Plays in the series

Title Air Date (yyyy mm dd) Author (adapted by)
By His Bootstraps 2000 04 04 Robert A. Heinlein
Vaster Than Empires and More Slow 2000 04 11 Ursula K. Le Guin
Collector's Fever 2000 04 18 Roger Zelazny
Knock 2000 04 18 Fredric Brown
Even the Queen 2000 04 18 Connie Willis
The Mission of the Vega 2000 04 25 Friedrich Dürrenmatt
And Miles to Go Before I Sleep 2000 05 03 William F. Nolan
The Machine Stops 2000 05 03 E. M. Forster
Revival Meeting 2000 05 09 ?
Dear Pen Pal 2000 05 09 A. E. van Vogt
A Learned Fable 2000 05 09 Mark Twain

External links

  • site2000X
  • - Amazon.com2000X: Tales of the Next Millennia


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