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Adventure Ahead

Join the pirates, help the FBI, or train a runt puppy because there' Adventure Ahead in this old time adventure radio show.
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Adventures of Frank Farrell

Featuring the All-American boy, the Adventures of Frank Farrell is a lot of wholesome fun!
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America Looks Abroad

provides news analysis and commentary about the changing world of the late 1930's and early 1940's.
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American Family Robinson

Listen to the Robinson's as they work, live, and navigate conflicts in their all-American home of Centerville.
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American Heritage

AFRS created this education program to teach service men and women about the history of our great country.
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Amos and Andy Music Hall

Using the premise that the Kingfish had set up a radio station in the Lodge Hall of the Mystic Knights of the Sea, Amos & Andy playing records between comic sketches and were often joined by a guest celebrity.
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Andre Kostelanetz Show

An Orchestral Treat from a Master of Easy Listening Music.
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Answer Man

With a staff of over 40 of brainiest facts finder he could locate, The Answer Man solved thousands of questions written in by listeners.
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Any Bonds Today

Entertaining fifteen-minute Treasury Dept spot featured a Patriotic Sketch and a Patriotic Song.
61
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Appointment with Fear

penned by John Dickson Carr and often dubbed the British version of "Suspense," this collection contains all known existing episodes of the mystery program.
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Are These Our Children

is a unique twist on the crime drama genre featuring true stories from Juvenile Delinquency Court.This show features some of the worst back-talking, drug-abusing, ungrateful, school-quitting, bigoted, sassy teenagers in radio drama.
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Atlantic Spotlight

Rare chats between American journalists and their British colleagues in London.
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B.A. Rolfe and His Orchestra

Enjoy the sounds of B. A. Rolfe and his Orchestra as he brings you popular tunes and talented singers from the 1930s.
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Bachelors Children

Hear the tales of the "Bachelor's Children," an award winning radio soap opera that ran for over a decade.
31
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Bakers Theater of Stars

The Bakers of America produced some quality drama, comedy, and suspense with big stars and original scripts.
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Better Half

a fun lighthearted couples game show that pits husbands and wives against each other to find out who was "the better half."
51
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Better Living Radio Theater

Learn how pioneers in industry made life better for millions of people through their inventions.
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Betty and Bob

was the first widely popular daytime serial soap opera created by the powerhouse producer-couple Anne and Frank Hummert in 1932.
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Betty Crocker

contains rare episodes of the Betty Crocker cooking program.
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Big Guy

follows the adventures of single dad detective, Joshua Sharp who wears size 902 in a triple D shoe.
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Bill Kemp Show

part of the 'Live and Lively' line-up on ABC radio, 1958.
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Birdbrains Behind the Wheel

silly drivers from a variety of old time radio shows crash into fruit stands, buying lemons, and smashed judge's new cars.
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Black Flame of the Amazon

this serial follows world famous imperious explorer Harold Noice as he traveled through jungles of South America during the 1930s.
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Bride and Groom

features the wedding ceremony of a real bride and groom.The couple shares with radio audiences their love story minutes before they are married privately off the air in the chapel at the Chapman Park Hotel in Los Angeles.
61
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Buck Jones - Hoofbeats

Famous Silent and Early Talkie Cowboy Movie Star Buck Jones in a gritty and gripping tale of the Old West.
31
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Call for Music

sponsored by Philip Morris starring the talents of Dinah Shore, Harry James and Johnny Mercer.
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Call the Police

(update) now with three additional shows and sponsored by Lever Brother's Rinso and Lifebuoy Soap, Call the Police was billed as "a new series of realistic radio dramas inspired by the courageous work of police departments all over America." This collection contains all known episodes to be in existence of this rare series.
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Captain Stubby and the Buckaneers

with Tiny, Sonny, Tony, and Jerry play music that's "sweet", "fast", and "quiet and restful", but all of the tunes have a feel good feelin' in this rare old time radio show.Announcer Jack Stillwell Cap't Stubby & Buccaneers sound similar to a barbershop quartet with first-rate harmonies and style.
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Career of Alice Blair

A girl struggles with conflicts between work and family in the soap opera, "The Career of Alice Blair," from 1939.
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Cases of Mr Ace

smartly written detective show starring as George Raft as Mr. Ace of sole owner Ace Detective Agency.
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Cavalcade of Kings

features the radio dramatization of the fascinating history of the British Monarchy.
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Cavalcade of Music

features "light music" composers such as Jerome Kern, Rudolf Friml, Victor Herbert, and Cole Porter.
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Chase and Sanborn Hour 1931-1934

A special brand of comedy to the Chase and Sanborn Hour every Sunday night with funny skits and silly banter.
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Chesterfield Supper Club

Chesterfield Supper Club is a splendid music and variety show, sponsored by Chesterfield Cigarettes. Each night the host (Perry Como, Jo Stafford, or Peggy Lee) would perform live along with top name guest performers including Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Eddie Fisher, Glenn Miller Orchestra, Nat King Cole, and more!
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Choose a Song Partner

Enjoy classic songs and amusing clues when you listen to Beryl Vaughn, Don Moreland, and Adele Scott on Choose a Song Partner.
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Christmas Detectives

Crime doesn't stop for Christmas, luckily the gumshoes are here with holiday gumdrops.
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Christmas on the Blue Network

This very special Christmas old time radio show includes skits, music, and the voices of real WWII servicemen from the battle front
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Chrysler Showroom

Following the popularity of Sammy Kaye's Sunday Serenade, Chrysler sponsored a new version of the show. This musical program was highlighted by featured vocalist, Don Cornell, and Kaye's magnetic personality.
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Cloud Nine

(update) An interesting and rare adventure program about a character who goes to fantasy world filled with beautiful musical interludes.
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Clutching Hand

Professor Craig Kennedy uses some real scientific techniques and some imaginary to solve crime in this 1936 crime serial old time radio series.
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College Quiz Bowl

academic quiz show with the brightest brains at Notre Dame, Syracuse, Georgetown, Cornell, Columbia, and more.
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Columbus Day

This horizon-busting collection contains great shows about when Columbus sailed the ocean blue with old time radios shows from genres such as comedy, historical, and suspense.
101
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Comedy Couples

Married couple comedy was a mainstay of old time radio programming. This original OTRCAT.com compilation features all your favorite couples to laugh at and with including Burns and Allen, Ozzie and Harriet, Phil Harris and Alice Faye and many more funny duos.
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Command Performance Christmas

The biggest names in entertainment brought the troops some Christmas Cheer during the holidays.
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Complete Broadcast 1944 (D-Day Invasion of Normandy NBC)

original full day broadcast from the day of the invasion June 6th, 1944 including news bulletins, comedy and variety shows. These recordings illustrate the response on the American home front to the Normandy Landings called "the greatest invasion in the history of the world."
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Concert Hall

Barrymore hosts "Concert Hall," a classical music variety show from the Armed Forces Radio Service during World War II.
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Confession

created from the transcribed confessions of actual crimes, the names of the criminals were changed, but the cases were from documented records and case histories.
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Cowboy Church of the Air

Stuart Hamblen was the son of a Methodist Preacher and began his career as a gospel singer.In 1926, he began his career as a radio performer and was a member of the orginal Beverly Hillbillies.After seeing Billy Graham in 1949, Stuart Hamblen devoted his life to Christ and changed the tone of his career.He began his radio show "The Cowboy Church in the Air" and it was syndicated across the country.
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Crazy Hillbilly Show

sponsored by the Crazy Hotel, a health spa in the 1930s known for curing women of the "crazies."
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Creeps By Night

Larger than Life Horror Greats Boris Karloff and Peter Lorre Creep Around in the Night
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Crime Files of Flamond

Delve into the whys behind the crimes when you listen to "the most unusual investigator in criminal history" ... Flamond!
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Dame Detectives - Rare Female Crimefighters

An OTRCAT Original collection including some never before released detective dramas featuring women crime fighters.
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Dave Garroway Show

Dave Garroway's laid back style made him one of NBC's great communicators on radio and television.
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David Harum

There's no horsing around in Homeville as long as "David Harum" is around, in this popular serial from the thirties and forties.
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Dear Adolf

is a series of six narrative letters based on real letters written by Americans to Adolf Hitler during WWII.
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Detectives Black and Blue

An early comedy detective show featuring two unlikely heroes, Detectives Black and Blue aren't too clever but they seem to solve crime in spite of themselves.
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Diamond Dramas

(update) now with 18 additional recordings: Enjoy these tales of a Girl's Best Friend in Delightful Diamond Dramas! Bling, BLING!
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Did Justice Triumph

Follow police investigators as they move through crime scenes, question witnesses and suspects, and solve real crimes in this rare crime drama.
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Doctor at Large

Sequel to Doctor in the House--Humorous Doctor Escapade-say AHH!
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Doctor Fights

Live through the adventures of doctors on the front lines of World War II in the battlefield anthology series
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Doctor Paul

Join Dr. Paul, a small town doctor, as he treats the residents and gets caught up in the schemes and secret loves that swirl around him.
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Doctor Six Gun

(update) now with 28 episodes: the good gun totting doctor roamed the west with "his medicine bag strapped on one hip and his six shooter on the other."
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Doctors Wife

"The gay, heart-warming story of a woman who is married to a doctor...and likes it!" Doctor Dan Palmer and his supportive wife Julie live and work in a small town full of big personalities in this short lived old time radio soap opera.
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Double or Nothing

(update) now with a dozen additional shows: sponsored by Feenamint the chewing gum laxative, this quiz-game show asks contestants such important questions as: How long does it take a rhinoceros to run one hundred yards?
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Down Allens Alley (Fred Allen)

was the popular comedy sketch lampooning small town America. The skit was included in the Fred Allen Show and also The Bergen McCarthy Show and The Jack Benny Show.
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Dreadful John at Midnight

a literary radio show from the writings of Edgar Allan Poe and other horror and mystery writers.
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Drop Dead

these psycho horror recordings will leave you at the edge of your seat or hiding under your bed.
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Eb and Zeb

"Zeb tall and angular and Eb short and fat" who run a general store in Corn Center. Much of the show's humor is derived from Eb and Zeb's slow minds and silly business ideas.
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Eddy Duchin Show

One of America's best loved musicians joined the Navy at the height of the U-Boat campaign
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Enchanted Hour

Henry Weber and his orchestra play uninterrupted music by composers such as Mendelssohn, Prokofiev, Handel, Debussy, Strauss, and Wagner.
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Eyes on the Ball

Keep your "Eyes on the Ball" and your ears on Monica Lewis, Bill Stern and the Alfredo Antonini Ensemble as they bring you music and sports stories sponsored by the Better Vision Institute.
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Famous Escapes

The shows are fascinating dramatic stories of how people escape against seemingly impossible odds.
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Father Dear Father

Produced by Springbok Radio of South Africa, Father, Dear Father was an entertaining domestic sitcom featuring a divorced father who was perpetually confused trying to raise two teenage daughters.
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Father Flanagan Boys Town

Hear the harrowing tales of the orphans lost and saved at Father Flanagan's Boys Town.
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Federal Agent

features dramatization stories of federal crime fighting from around the world.
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Fighting AAF

Broadcast in 1945, this old time radio show focused on the technological achievements of the Army Air Forces (AAF) including: dropping the Atomic bomb on Hiroshima, radar defenses, blind landings, hydroponics, the GI Bill, and much more. With dramatic reenactments and jazzy music interludes, this show featured interviews with the principal officers and pilots involved.
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Five After the Hour

in the vain of anthologies such as Escape, Suspense and Quiet Please, enjoy this well done drama series from Chicago; Five After The Hour was the brainchild of the exceptional radio writer Les Weinrott.
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Forecast (Columbia Presents Forecast)

(update) First Auditions for future shows like Suspense, Duffy's Tavern and a mix of surprise shows hoping to be added to the lineup!
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Forever Tops

features popular American songs and other well loved classics performed by the legendary Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra and choir.
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Four for the Fifth

written by Arch Oboler and William Robson: this WWII propaganda old time radio program helped advertise US Bonds to fund the war effort.
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Frank Merriwell

(update) with double the number of episodes: "An echo of the past, an exciting past, a romantic past, the era of horse and carriage, gas lit streets, and free-for-all football games. The era of one of the most beloved heroes of American fiction, Frank Meriwell."
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Frank Watanabe and the Honorable Archie

akin to Amos and Andy, featured the Japanese-American houseboy and his master's world traveling adventures.
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Free Company

created by an independent group of writers (including Orson Welles) on the eve of WWII, this series of radio dramas reminds Americans of the fundamental freedoms worth defending.
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Freedoms People

A deeply patriotic radio show which celebrates democracy and freedom. Made by and for African-Americans, the show featured some of the greatest leaders in 1940s black culture
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Friends and Neighbors

Harry and Thelma Duff in a funny South African Situation Comedy!
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Gabriel Heatter

Classic commentary from the optimistic newsman Gabriel Heatter, the broadcaster with the "good news tonight."
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Gallant American Women

Hear the untold stories of ordinary women who worked and sacrificed sometimes with their lives, to build the United States.
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General Electric Theater

A glittering all star cast and compelling tales make the anthology series General Electric Theater a must-have in any radio collection.
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Gothic Horror

Creepy shows contrasting the innocent victims with the super evil villains find their home in the theater of the mind.
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Gracie for President

laugh along with Gracie Allen as she runs for the 1940 presidency under the "Surprise Party" ticket!
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Halloween Variety and Specials

This Halloween remember the gh'oul times with Henry Aldrich, Jack Benny, and all your comedic friends on their Halloween radio specials.
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Hardy Family (Andy Hardy)

(update) with additional episodes: enjoy this chaotic situation comedy starring Mickey Rooney as Andy Hardy who graduates from high school and becomes and business man.
141
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Harold Huber

prolific radio actor and film character actor, Harold Huber was best known on radio portraying Agatha Christie's Belgian Detective Hercule Poirot.
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Hashknife Hartley and Sleepy Stevens

Hashknife Hartley and his pardner Sleepy Stevens are hard working cowboys who are called on to do detective work in the Old West. The stories have the feel of Pulp Westerns and are narrated by the author, W.C. Tuttle.
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Haunted House

Haunted houses are a common theme in horror old time radio shows.Radio is the perfect medium for a good haunting story because not seeing the ghost is almost equally as frightening as seeing one.
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Hearthstone of the Death Squad

Fans of detective stories can rest assured that the "implacable man hunter of The Metropolitan Police" always got his man, and sent the evil doer to "the chair."
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Hello Sucker

(update) now with an additional two episodes: HELLO SUCKER was created to help protect Chicago consumers and home owners from crooks, cheats, schemes, scams, swindles, rip-offs, and rackets, but also protecting racial minorities from real estate discrimination.
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Henny Youngman

Famous for his violin playing and comedic quips, Henny Youngman broke into the nightclub comedy circuit before making several appearances on old time radio.
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Hercule Poirot

(update) with additional episodes and special recordings: Hercule Poirot is the greatest detective ever? Certainly a gripping favorite from Agatha Christie!
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Heroes of the Merchant Marine

Thrilling tales of men who faces a hostile sea and an even more hostile WWII enemy.
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