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In the late eighties Superman was adapted for BBC Radio 4 in the form of a one off docudrama called Superman On Trial. Due to the huge success of this and its sequel Batman: The Lazarus Syndrome, the BBC commissioned a six-part radio drama The Adventures of Superman it would run for two series and have both a cassette and CD release.
First broadcast: 1988
Written to celebrate Superman's 50th birthday. Accused of crimes against humanity, the last son of Krypton stands powerless before a court dominated by Lex Luthor – criminal genius turned prosecutor. Has Superman really corrupted our children? Can he justify his continued interference in world affairs? Do we know the truth about his powers? Can Lois Lane defend '50 years of the Man of Steel'? Packed with spectacular sound effects and a thrilling orchestral score, mixed in cinematic Dolby Surround.
|Stuart Milligan||Superman / Clark Kent|
|Lorelei King||Lois Lane|
|William Hootkins||Lex Luthor|
|Vincent Marzello||Jimmy Olsen|
|Leon Herbert||The Guardian of The Universe|
|Shelley Thompson||Lana Lang, Lara|
|David Graham||Jonathan Kent|
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