It was not until the 1950s that science fiction radio really hit its stride, 2000 Plus offered a variety of exciting tales about the dangers of future technology, with a special focus on space exploration.
2000 Plus 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. A Dryer Weenolsen production, it was the first adult science fiction series on radio, airing one month prior to the better known Dimension X.
2000 Plus was an anthology program, using all new material rather than adapting published stories. The series was the creation of Sherman H. Dryer who scripted and produced the series with Robert Weenolsen.