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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Vanishing Point (CBC)


Vanishing Point is the title of a science fiction anthology series that ran on CBC Radio from 1984 until 1986, although the show would continue under different names and formats. A descriptive intro declared that Vanishing Point was "The point between reality and fantasy". The series was produced by Bill Lane in the CBC's Toronto studios.


  1. I love radio shows but I do not get Vanishing Point at all. Most of the stories are about absolutely nothing and make no sense. One episode is about a father in the hospital and THAT'S IT. No point to the story at all. Weird.

  2. I know what you mean. I just finished listening to "The Blue Devil" episode of Vanishing Point and all I heard were a bunch of women chanting throughout their private community. Boring.

  3. These shows are all awesome, They are stories like the dream state that you slide in to at night that makes no sense but in the dream makes every bit of sense ... to explain it all that's the best way i can and its the reality.. the shows are written and designed to confuse and twist and have meanings in small ways just as a dream to a sleeper at night.
    The Vanishing Point is effectively like every one being able to walk in to someone Else's dreams and experience .. if you were able to you'd say they have no meaning or point to others dreams.. the same as all the people above are here ... one thing i can say is open your mind and expand your horizons ...have an open mind as you do every night with your dreams every one ...

  4. Vanishing Point needs to make a return!! I love the stories. They leave it up to the listener to fill in the blanks and figure out what happened. If you get distracted, you'll miss key elements to the story.



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