Vintage Radio

2000 Plus - Old Time Radio
Vintage Radio: Science Fiction

2000 Plus

2000 Plus (a.k.a. Two Thousand Plus and 2000+) was an American old-time radio series that ran on the Mutual Broadcasting System from March 15, 1950 to January 2, 1952 in various 30-minute time slots. Drier directed cast members Lon Clark, Joseph Julian, Henry Norell, Bill Keene, Bryna Raeburn, and Amzie Strickland. Emerson Buckley conducted the music composed by Elliott Jacoby. Ken Marvin was the announcer, and the sound effects were by Adrian Penner.

The series was the first adult science fiction program on radio, airing one month prior to the better known series, Dimension X. Although a pioneer in its field, Two Thousand Plus never had the power and popularity of Dimension X.

Show Name Date Aired
The Men from Mars March 29, 1950
The Rocket and the Skull October 10, 1950
The Robot Killer 1950
The Green Thing September 27, 1950
The Flying Saucers 1950
The Brooklyn Brain May 21, 1950
A Veteran Comes Home! 1950
The Insect May 13, 1950
The Giant Walks May 11, 1950
When the Worlds Met May 3, 1950
When the Machines Went Mad April 26, 1950
Worlds Apart November 15, 1950

Start Listening Today

  • Get access to all 40,000+ Vintage Radio Shows!
  • Watch all of our Vintage Video
  • Help keep Vintage Radio Shows alive!

Choose a Membership:

Over 30,000 Shows!

Other Vintage Radio You'll Like:

Try these other Old Time Radio Shows out for size!