Hollywood Star Time - Sponsored by Frigidaire and General Motors, Herbert Marshall hosts and Alfred Newman is the conductor. The musical reigns; Hollywood Star Time is worth listening to for the score alone. The show had a big budget, great musical score, and great stars.
Nick Carter Master Detective - (update) Look Smart, Patsy! Nick Carter gave old time radio detectives fans another deductive hero to tail. The half-hour unfolds as a straight, dramatic narrative, with clues littering the scenes, so that a plausible solution was possible for the alert listener.
Lets Go To the Opera - brought opera music sung in English into the homes of everyday people over the Mutual Network in 1946.
Judy Canova - a hillbilly, hog caller, and hayseed. Judy Canova started her career in a traveling family group, usually yodeling, singing and playing guitar. The Judy Canova Show opened with a monologue and novelty song, and then broke out into sidesplitting half hour comedy skit.
MGM Theatre - (update) with additional recordings, enjoy these radio adaptations of great hollywood movies!
London Studio Concerts - A series of broadcasts from 1946, the London Studio Concerts, showcased the New London String Ensemble under the direction of Morris Miles.