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Another Place in Time

The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas
Narrated by: full cast
Length: 50 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (120 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

A physicist on a remote island in the Irish Sea finds a link to multiple dimensions. Contemporary science refers to them as parallel universes. Two people find out the hard way that the grass isn't always greener on the other side.

©1961 Rod Serling (P)2013 Blackstone Audiobooks

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I REALLY wanted to love it.

The Twilight Zone is my all time favorite tv series. So I wanted to love this. It actually would have been good if Marie wasn't so frustratingly unlikable and stupid. I get that they were going for a classic Twilight Zone character, but it was just too much. This was the first one in the series I've listened to. I want to try a few of the others. I will say Malcolm McDowell was fantastic.

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This one was fun! Malcolm is great as always.

A fun Twilight Zone story with Malcolm McDowell playing a scientist who figures out how to jump between parallel world's.

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A new one for me

I am really enjoying these Twilight radio dramas and this was one of the best. Just rewards is all I will say.

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awesome story!! I really enjoyed listening to it.

everything about this story was wonderful! the only thing I didn't like... was that it had to end! MY FAVORITE TWILIGHT ZONE YET!!

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Malcolm McDowell as a scientist is fun

Anyone that loves tales of "what if?" and alternate universes would enjoy this as a couple struggling with their marriage wonder off into other universes seeing how alternate versions of themselves could affect their perception on themselves for better or worse

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Gud one

Very good listening. I love this one. A physicist on a remote island in the Irish Sea finds a link to multiple dimensions. Contemporary science refers to them as parallel universes. Two people find out the hard way that the grass isn't always greener on the other side.

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Loved it!!!!

A very fun story to listen to and food for thought! Would recommend this highly, especially for fans of science fiction.

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The Twilight Zone radio drama is one of the best audio book series by far and I can't wait to listen to the rest of the series.

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Two idiots goes dimension hopping.

A bored idiot wife bullies her idiot (but genius) scientist husband to go dimension hopping, in hope of finding a better life. Nothing can go wrong there, right? :-)

Aside from the two unbelievably stupid lead characters, not a bad episode.

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Good story.

The wife in this story is dreadful. The actors were decent enough. I would recommend.

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Interesting.

Just goes to show that what you have is what you should stick with. Very dramatic. Kept you wanting to find out were they were going.