H.G. Wells: BBC Radio dramas

Adaptations of the works of H.G. Wells
from archive.org

Herbert George Wells was an English writer. Prolific in many genres, he wrote more than fifty novels and dozens of short stories. Wells is now best remembered for his science fiction novels and has been called the "father of science fiction".

In addition to his fame as a writer, he was prominent in his lifetime as a forward-looking, even prophetic social critic who devoted his literary talents to the development of a progressive vision on a global scale. A futurist, he wrote a number of utopian works and foresaw the advent of aircraft, tanks, space travel, nuclear weapons and satellite television

This collection brings together BBC Radio dramatisations and readings of some of Wells' most notable works of fiction.

  1. The Time Machine (45.8Mb)
  2. The Wonderful Visit (26.4Mb)
  3. The Island of Doctor Moreau (40.1Mb)
  4. The Invisible Man (64.3Mb)
  5. The War Of The Worlds (52Mb)
  6. Love and Mr Lewisham (74.9Mb)
  7. The First Men In The Moon (37.2Mb)
  8. Kipps (125.4Mb)
  9. Tono-Bungay (78.4Mb)
  10. Ann Veronica (52.2Mb)
  11. The History of Mr Polly (71.5Mb)
  12. In the Abyss (10.9Mb)
  13. The Sea Raiders (10.9Mb)
  14. A Dream of Armageddon (24.2Mb)
  15. The New Accelerator (12.1Mb)
  16. The Inexperienced Ghost (12.1Mb)

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