Yes, adventure and whimsy.
The Venerian has great dignity and formal manners offset by someone teaching him to speak English with a Cockney accent.
It's not his best it's good. Characters and situations are memorable and it's worth listening to more than once.
Near the top.
This version of Green Hills of Earth made me smile. We finally get to hear the music, even if it sounds like an old prospector singing to his jackass.
It has four separate stories. I like some time between them.
It was a good short story memorable as first in the series but very much olde Radio.
The sound was a little grainy.
Better than many radio broadcasts. NBC drew from an experienced talent pool and backed it with good Foley artists.
The Captain was a good leader. He had to juggle priorities under stress to try to salvage a multi-pronged mission.
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