It opens in 1943, when Wells is recording a talk for the Home Service in which he questions mankind's future. After the broadcast, he spends the evening with American journalist Martha, and tells her the astonishing news that his bestselling book The Time Machine was not fantasy but fact.
Wells explains that he was actually present at the dinner party in Richmond fifty years earlier, when the Time Traveller returned from his first fateful journey into the future. He reveals to Martha the full story of the Time Traveller's encounter with the Eloi and the Morlocks - and what really happened to him afterwards...
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Loved every minute of it. The sound effects, the multiple actors/readers, a great experience.Highly recommended.
All of them
The scary ones
"great adaption "
very much enjoyed. brilliant voice acting and an excellent adaption from book to radio drama
This radio drama is very good. The casting is good. And the story unfolds really takes you in. A great adventure.
"An Excellent Production"
Enjoyed this because it was different to the film & gives another
slant to the story.
This was all good, a bit more serious than I expected but seems to be the way of the BBC right now, even Dickens of all comical pleasant stories is now (sooooo serious). Let up & give what the writers intended.
A good professional full cast. This is one which will grow on
you the more you listen.
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