After a recent discussion with Alex regarding the Star Wars radio dramas, it occurred to me that there are probably many here who haven't heard them for a very long time, if at all. So, I thought, wouldn't it be great if they would be broadcast on the radio for everyone to hear. I know of a local radio station, [link=http://www.rock101.com/]Rock 101 CFMI[/link], that does broadcast old radio dramas weekly on Sunday nights from 10 to midnight, and I sent them an email requesting that one or more of the original trilogy be broadcast over the coming weeks. I got a reply back from Owen Coppin stating that he may be able to get one of the three series broadcast if there was enough interest to justify scheduling them. So, if you would like to have the radio dramas broadcast, send an email to Owen Coppin at firstname.lastname@example.org with the series that you would prefer to hear. - Star Wars (A New Hope) runs for 13 episodes. - The Empire Strikes Back runs for 10 episodes. - Return of the Jedi runs for 6 episodes. Each episode is a little under 30 minutes long, and were originally broadcast in the U.S. by National Public Radio (NPR). My opinion is that the first series is the best as it covers a good deal more of the story than the film does. You get a lot of the backstory of what happened before the first scene of the movie.