I remember being a kid and my mom allowing me to use her clock radio to listen to a program at night that was a radio drama of Star Wars . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Wars_(radio) These days it's available under the audio books section perhaps the most ambitious radio project ever attempted http://www.highbridgeaudio.com/starwars.html I was only been age 7 at the time and was too young to know the difference of the actors from the film or whatnot but I was totally into it and my imagination ran with it and I loved it. Remember this was before consumer home video on VHS was widespread as it really took off in the mid-1980s most American's had not really seen Star Wars or The Empire Strikes Back except during initial run at cinema, on TV or at a special cinema screening in 1981. It had only been a year since The Empire Strikes Back was at the cinema. Now that was obviously created for audio-only but something like that allows you to use your imagination and picture a scifi/fantasy story sometimes even better than what is put on the screen (even with a feature film budget). crosspost from. Man I'd love to be able to have a audio-only Trek TOS or TNG episode created of an older series just out of dialogue recordings, sound FX, and older music. It's possible. We were discussing this sort of thing for the computer voice since Majel Barrett-Roddenberry passed away but the idea of using all of her original dialogue recordings to create a huge sample library that could be used for any needed computer voice written. I've not heard the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back & Star Wars: Return of the Jedi radio serials personally. Anyway who here has heard this multi-part radio serial? comments? Memories?