Stephen Baxter

  • Voyage

    • Stephen Baxter

    • Frank Lazarus (Read by)

    • Laurel Lefkow (Read by)

    • Mel Taylor (Read by)

    • Michael Roberts (Read by)

    • Rolf Saxon (Read by)

    • Russell Bentley (Read by)

    • Vincent Marzello (Read by)

    • William Dufris (Read by)

    • William Roberts (Read by)

    An alternative history of the US space programme, dramatised by Dirk Maggs.

    After the moon, Mars… What if John F. Kennedy survived the assassination attempt and developed the space programme?

    President Nixon, with the help of former president JFK, has just green-lit NASA’s first manned expedition to Mars. Aboard the expedition is Natalie York, a geologist who risks everything she loves for the chance to go to space; Phil Stone, former X-15 test pilot; and Ralph Gershon, a Vietnam War hero intent on being the first African American to reach another planet.

    Exploring mankind’s ambitions in space, Voyage chronicles the incredible story of what could have been.

    Also included is an one-hour bonus programme featuring Dirk Maggs in conversation with Stephen Baxter, 20 years after Voyage was recorded. This wonderful, intimate conversation between the two friends is peppered with memories of the recording, the production process, and what inspired Stephen to pen such a well-loved story.


    Natalie York...Laurel Lefkow
    Mike Conlig...William Dufris
    Gregory Dana...Michael Roberts
    Joe Muldoon...Vincent Marzello
    Chuck Jones...Frank Lazarus
    Jim Dana...Russell Bentley
    Ben Priest...William Roberts
    Ralph Gershon...Mel Taylor
    Phil Stone...Rolf Saxon

    Based on the novel by Stephen Baxter
    Produced and directed by Dirk Maggs
    Music by Wilfredo Acosta

Stephen Baxter is one of the UK's most acclaimed writers of science fiction and a multi-award winner. His many books include the classic Xeelee sequence, the Time's Odyssey novels (written with Arthur C. Clarke) and Time Ships, a sequel to H. G. Wells’s The Time Machine, a Doctor Who novel, The Wheel of Ice, and most recently the epic, far-future novels Proxima and Ultima. He co-wrote the Long Earth series with Terry Prachett. He lives in Northumberland.

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