Excellent Drama-Adventure Radio (1956 - 57)
The CBS Radio Workshop called "radio's distinguished series to man's
imagination" was an experimental old time radio show and varied in its genre.
It was modeled after its predecessor, The Columbia Workshop, and
had many of the same writers and directors.
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The first two shows starred Aldous Huxley narrating an interpretation
of 'Brave New World.' The show is a faithful rendition of his famous
book and is expertly presented.
One of the cleverest shows is 'Report on the Weans'. It is the
year 7956 and archeologists have found remnants of our time and
attempt to explain our civilization. It is humorous such as when
the archeologist's attempts to pronounce the name "Elvis Presley",
but it is at the same time a poignant reflection on the study of
Each show is different and The CBS Radio Workshop is a unique
collection of radio shows at the end of the radio era.