In this paper we study some of the low energy effects of a light stabilized radion field in the Randall-Sundrum scenario. We find that the NLC 500 with its projected precision level will be able to probe the radion contribution to κ(υ) and λ(υ) for values of (φ) up to 500 GeV. On the other hand the BNL E821 experiment will be able to test the radion contribution to aμ for (φ) = 1 TeV and m(φ) ≤ m(μ). We have also shown that the higgs-radion mixing induces a 2.6% correction in the WWh coupling. Finally by comparing the radionstralung process with the higgsstralung process we have found that the LEPI bound of 60 GeV on the higgs mass based on Z → hll decay mode suggests a lower bound of about 35 GeV on the radion mass. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science B.V.