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Radio Archives
Preservation Library
 
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We are excited to announce the Preservation Library subscription program. This is the first time our Preservation work has been offered.
 
For Serious OTR collectors, this is the most important announcement you will hear in your years of collecting.
 
The mission of Radio Archives for 24 years has been Preservation and Restoration.
 
From the very beginning on January 1, 2000, we have taken a truly archival approach to the preservation of programs from radio's "Golden Age". We believe it is our responsibility to treat the many rare, historic, and frequently one-of-a-kind recordings that come to us with the care and respect they deserve. After all, many if not most of these recordings are the only audio record of broadcasts that were performed live seventy, eighty, or even ninety years ago. This is our history, the history of broadcasting, and we take our work very seriously. Our slogan since the beginning has been "Preserve Radio's Past for the Future".
 
Have you ever wished you could own the same library of radio shows that Radio Archives has? Now you can. When you subscribe, you will be on your way to owning all 36,000 programs that we have digitized over the years. You will have access to the raw audio in lossless digital formats of WAV and Flac. In addition, there will also be MP3 versions for your convenience.
 
Background
In the last 24 years Radio Archives has digitized approximately 36,000 radio shows. Only a fraction of these have been restored and sold on our website.
 
We start with the best possible source recordings - usually 16" transcription discs, recorded by the networks while a program was first broadcast. We bought the Transcription discs for between $5 to $50 a disc with some rare discs at $500 each. Yes, there are a number of these rare discs in this collection.
 
To get a high quality, professional transfer, the discs must be cleaned. We used two Ultra-Sonic Cleaners. One with the chemicals and one filled with Reverse Osmosis water for rinsing. Then they go to the Radio Archives recording studio where we digitize the discs using state of the art, high end, professional audio equipment, including many different size styli, so we can go up and down the groove wall to get the very best sound. Our studio rate is $125 per hour. This results in a WAV file of the highest quality possible.
 
We have never offered RAW lossless digital audio files before. This subscription includes every program that Radio Archives has Preserved. Each file is a first or second generation transfer. Transfers are mainly from transcription discs with some being from open reel tape.The files are all 44,100 Hz, 16 bits WAV files, which is standard Red Book Audio CD specifications. No restored audio is involved in this offer.
 
Tom describes the half of the company devoted to Preservation as "A Money Pit and Time Sink". The Restoration half of the company is what the public is familiar with and is what finances the Preservation work. Browse through the 2,400 products on this website to see what we have Restored in the last 24 years.
 
Pricing
How is such a project like this even possible? This is a ridiculous amount of files and 24 years of work. We value the collection at between 1.5 and 2 million dollars. The answer is that the costs are being split three ways. The Preservation Library is the source for our Restorations, we are donating this RAW collection to a museum in exchange for a large tax deduction, and the smallest part is this subscription program.
 
The subscription price is $120 per month or 20 cents per radio show. We are offering Volume 1 of the 60 Volume subscription for only $60.00 for the first 600 files with no obligation to buy anything more.
 
The first 600 files will be available to download, immediately after you complete the Shopping Cart. Each file is available in 3 digital file formats, WAV, Flac, and MP3.
 
Note: You are buying an individual license, strictly for your own private use. For additional use, such as for a club, organization, or if you are a dealer, please write for details.
 
Frequently Asked Questions
 
1. How are the files for the shows organized?
We assign a 5 digit Archive Number to the show when it is being recorded. You will receive an Excel spreadsheet each month that has the 5 digit Archive Number, the name of the show, date, title, time, network, commercials etc. You can sort the spreadsheet anyway you like.
 
2. I understand from the description that there is no CEDAR or other processing involved.
That is correct. These are exactly what you would hear on the monitor speakers in our recording studio as the transcription discs were being digitized.
 
3. Are label scans of the transcription discs included with this subscription?
Yes they are. As a bonus, all of our 300 dpi high resolution Label Scans will be sent to you at the end of the 5 year subscription. The low resolution scans on this webpage, are examples of what you will receive.
 
Here are the 600 shows that are included in Volume 1
 
Archive #
SHOW
DATE
TITLE
10001
Abbott & Costello Show, The
Thursday, June 7, 1945
Costello Gets A Tattoo
10002
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, May 1, 1949
# 1 Adventure Of The Hackensack Victory
10003
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, May 8, 1949
# 2 Adventure Of The Darling Debutante
10004
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, May 15, 1949
# 3 The Istanbul Adventure
10005
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, May 22, 1949
# 4 Adventure Of Seventeen Black
10006
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, May 29, 1949
# 5 The Enoch Arden Adventure
10007
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, June 5, 1949
# 6 Adventure Of The Vanishing President
10008
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, June 12, 1949
# 7 Adventure Of The Baradian Letters
10009
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, June 19, 1949
# 8 The Airborne Adventure
10010
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, June 26, 1949
# 9 Adventure Of The Shanghai Incident
10011
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, July 3, 1949
#10 Adventure Of The Juvenile Passenger
10012
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, July 10, 1949
#11 Adventure Of The Reckless Daughter
10013
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, July 17, 1949
#12 Adventure Of The Silent Heart
10014
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, July 24, 1949
#13 Adventure Of The Garrulous Bartender
10015
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, July 31, 1949
#14 Adventure Of The Vanishing Favorite
10016
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, August 7, 1949
#15 Adventure Of The Embittered Secretary
10017
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, August 14, 1949
#16 Adventure Of The Talking Bullet
10018
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, August 21, 1949
#17 Adventure Of The Fat Man's Loot
10019
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, August 28, 1949
#18 Adventure Of The General's Lady
10020
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, September 4, 1949
#19 Adventure Of The Violent Virtuoso
10021
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, September 11, 1949
#20 Adventure Of Fourth Round Knockout
10022
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, September 18, 1949
#21 The Adventure of Three on a Match
10023
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, September 25, 1949
#22 The Adventure of the Roughneck's Will
10024
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, October 2, 1949
#23 The Adventure of the Green Doubloon
10025
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, October 9, 1949
#24 The Adventure of the Sobbing Bodyguard
10026
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, October 16, 1949
#25 The Adventure of the Diver's Loot
10027
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, October 23, 1949
#26 The Adventure of the Mormon Country
10028
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, October 30, 1949
#27 The Adventure of the Brooklyn Accent
10029
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, November 6, 1949
#28 The Adventure of the Six-Week Cure
10030
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, November 13, 1949
#29 The Adventure of the Fairway Beauty
10031
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, November 20, 1949
#30 The Adventure of the Runway Queen
10032
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, November 27, 1949
#31 The Adventure of the Lady in the Dark
10033
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, December 4, 1949
#32 The Adventure of the Silent Tongue
10034
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, December 11, 1949
#33 The Adventure Of The Candy Killing
10035
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, December 18, 1949
#34 The Adventure Of The Undecided Bride
10036
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, December 25, 1949
#35 The Adventure Of The Gold Worshipper
10037
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, January 1, 1950
#36 The Adventure Of The House Divided
10038
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, January 8, 1950
#37 The Adventure Of The Pharaoh's Staff
10039
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, January 15, 1950
#38 The Adventure Of Count Trefano Crest
10040
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, January 22, 1950
#39 The Adventure Of The Night Crawlers
10041
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, January 29, 1950
#40 The Adventure Of The Kettle Drum
10042
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, February 5, 1950
#41 The Adventure Of The Loveable Characters
10043
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, February 12, 1950
#42 The Adventure Of The Black Friar's Bridge
10044
Adventures of Frank Race, The
Sunday, February 19, 1950
#43 The Adventure Of The Big Top
10045
Adventures Of Philip Marlowe, The
Sunday, October 3, 1948
The Persian Slippers
10046
Rocky Jordan
Sunday, November 20, 1949
#55 The Big Heist
10047
Rocky Jordan
Sunday, December 11, 1949
#58 The Veiled People
10048
Rocky Jordan
Sunday, March 26, 1950
Fool Proof
10049
Amos 'n' Andy Show, The
Sunday, November 14, 1948
# 6 Sightseeing
10050
Amos 'n' Andy Show, The
Sunday, January 9, 1949
#14 Conscience
10051
Amos 'n' Andy Show, The
Sunday, September 30, 1951
# 1 The $500 Reward
10052
Amos 'n' Andy Show, The
Sunday, October 7, 1951
# 2 Kingfish vs Momma
10053
Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
Sunday, April 18, 1937
Congress Hotel, Chicago IL
10054
Bob Hope Show, The
Thursday, October 6, 1949
Rehearsal #1 For 10/11/49 Show
10055
Bob Hope Show, The
Friday, October 7, 1949
Rehearsal #2 For 10/11/49 Show
10056
Bob Hope Show, The
Monday, October 10, 1949
Rehearsal #3 For 10/11/49 Show Monologue
10057
Bob Hope Show, The
Monday, October 10, 1949
Rehearsal #3 For 10/11/49 Show
10058
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, December 24, 1946
# 89 The Derailed Gold Train
10059
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, December 31, 1946
# 90 Carl Browning Cleaning Shop
10060
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, January 7, 1947
# 91 Jack Small Alias Bill Bigelow
10061
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, January 14, 1947
# 92 Blackie and the Fur Thefts
10062
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, January 21, 1947
# 93 The Search for Jim Gary
10063
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, January 28, 1947
# 94 Jacque Pierre and the Diamonds
10064
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, February 4, 1947
# 95 The Peters Mix-Up
10065
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, February 11, 1947
# 96 Jailbirds Murdoch and Dawson
10066
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, February 18, 1947
# 97 Seven Years Bad Luck for Florence Wells
10067
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, February 25, 1947
# 98 Joe Delivers the Goods
10068
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, March 4, 1947
# 99 Larry "The Kid" vs. Savinni
10069
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, March 11, 1947
#100 The 10th Street Gym and the Stolen Car Ring
10070
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, March 18, 1947
#101 Sam Fisher's Past
10071
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, March 25, 1947
#102 The Horseroom Thefts of Boston Blackie
10072
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, April 1, 1947
#103 The Bus To Valley Junction
10073
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, April 8, 1947
#104 The Aggie Rogers Murder
10074
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, April 15, 1947
#105 The Phonograph Murder
10075
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, April 22, 1947
#106 Millicent Bromley Kidnapped
10076
Boston Blackie
Tuesday, April 29, 1947
#107 Baseball And Gambling
10077
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, May 7, 1947
#108 Mrs. Peterson's Insurance Policy
10078
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, May 14, 1947
#109 Joe Adams Drowned
10079
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, May 21, 1947
#110 Blackie Breaks Into Prison
10080
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, May 28, 1947
#111 The Ghost of Florence Newton
10081
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, June 4, 1947
#112 A Man Following Eva
10082
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, June 11, 1947
#113 Blackie Shoots a Watchman
10083
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, June 18, 1947
#114 The Crooked Carver Brother
10084
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, June 25, 1947
#115 Joe Nelson's Pet Shop Gambling Scheme
10085
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, July 2, 1947
#116 Johnny Burns' Imported Woolens
10086
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, July 9, 1947
#117 Death Comes to the Harmonica Man
10087
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, July 16, 1947
#118 The Randolph Construction Gang Bank Robbery
10088
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, July 23, 1947
#119 Blackie's Body in Wax
10089
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, July 30, 1947
#120 The Poetic Assassin
10090
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, August 6, 1947
#121 The Butcher Boy Gang
10091
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, August 13, 1947
#122 Burning His House Behind Him
10092
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, August 20, 1947
#123 Murder of John Austin
10093
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, August 27, 1947
#124 The Buckley Protection Agency and the Murder of Harry Dale
10094
Boston Blackie
Wednesday, December 22, 1948
#193 Stolen Rings for Santa
10095
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, January 31, 1953
#150 Helen Selby
10096
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, February 7, 1953
#151 Peggy Warner
10097
George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, The
Thursday, November 1, 1945
Gracie Pretends To Be Bill Goodwins Wife
10098
Casey, Crime Photographer
Thursday, July 17, 1947
Self Made Hero
10099
Casey, Crime Photographer
Thursday, July 24, 1947
Photo Of The Dead
10100
Cisco Kid, The
Wednesday, July 26, 1950
#183 Mistaken Identity
10101
Cisco Kid, The
Friday, July 28, 1950
#184 Showdown At Quicksand Bend
10102
Cisco Kid, The
Friday, February 15, 1952
# 69 Nightstage
10103
Cisco Kid, The
Monday, February 18, 1952
# 70 Gunman For Hire
10104
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Friday, November 9, 1945
Superduperman
10105
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, January 4, 1953
#298 Part 2
10106
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, January 11, 1953
#299 Part 2
10107
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, February 1, 1953
#302 Part 2
10108
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, February 8, 1953
#303 Part 2
10109
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, February 15, 1953
#304 Part 1
10110
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, February 22, 1953
#305 Part 1
10111
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, March 1, 1953
#306 Part 1
10112
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, March 8, 1953
#307 Part 1
10113
Darling & Dearie
Thursday, May 12, 1938
Audition Show
10114
A Day in the Life of Dennis Day
Sunday, January 16, 1955
Jack Benny & Margaret Truman
10115
Adventures of Dick Cole, The
1942
#7 Laura Gets Jealous
10116
Dr Sixgun
Sunday, March 27, 1955
#31 Trial For Willie The Mouse
10117
Dragnet
Tuesday, February 9, 1954
#234 The Big Broad
10118
Dragnet
Tuesday, June 7, 1955
#303 Big Limp 
10119
Dragnet
Tuesday, June 14, 1955
#304 Big Fall Guy
10120
Duffy's Tavern
Friday, November 9, 1945
Eddie The Waiter Wants To Quit
10121
Edward R. Murrow News
Friday, March 12, 1954
Murrow attacks Senator McCarthy
10122
Fanny Brice Show, The
Sunday, December 3, 1944
#64 Tries To Cure Snooks Lying
10123
Federal Agent
1947
#1 Feds Roundup Escapees
10124
Federal Agent
1947
#2 Bankrobbers Tunneling Into Paris Bank
10125
Fibber McGee and Molly Show, The
Tuesday, October 7, 1947
Football Game Anniversary
10126
Fibber McGee and Molly Show, The
Tuesday, December 21, 1948
#566 Christmas Card From Elizabeth
10127
Fibber McGee and Molly Show, The
Tuesday, March 28, 1950
#617 Flying Saucers
10128
Fort Laramie
Sunday, October 7, 1956
#37 The Galvanized Yankee
10129
Fred Allen Show, The
Sunday, March 6, 1949
Earl Wilson Gives Silver Mike Award
10130
Globe Theater, The
1944
#140 A Night to Remember
10131
Guest Star
Thursday, April 3, 1947
#  9 Jimmy Durante and Garry Moore
10132
Guest Star
Thursday, April 3, 1947
# 10 Fibber McGee & Molly
10133
Guest Star
Sunday, October 9, 1949
#133 Hopalong Cassidy
10134
Guest Star
Sunday, October 16, 1949
#134 Eddy Arnold
10135
Hopalong Cassidy
Saturday, December 29, 1951
#93 The Killers Of Lion Canyon
10136
Hopalong Cassidy
Saturday, January 5, 1952
#94 The Westrels Of Juarez
10137
Hopalong Cassidy
Saturday, January 12, 1952
#95 Gambler's Luck
10138
Hopalong Cassidy
Saturday, January 19, 1952
#96 Danger Wears Two Faces
10139
Hardy Family, The
Thursday, January 3, 1952
#1 Junior Executive
10140
Hardy Family, The
Thursday, January 10, 1952
#2 Singing Star
10141
Hopalong Cassidy
Saturday, December 15, 1951
#91 The Memory Of Mace Merlot
10142
Hopalong Cassidy
Saturday, December 22, 1951
#92 Spider Woman
10143
I Love A Mystery
Thursday, June 13, 1940
The Snake With The Diamond Eyes #11
10144
I Was A Communist For The FBI
Wednesday, June 3, 1953
#59 The Crossed Heart
10145
I Was A Communist For The FBI
Wednesday, June 10, 1953
#60 The Red Octopus
10146
Eddie Cantor Show, The
Wednesday, February 21, 1945
Santa Anna Army Base
10147
Alan Young Show, The
Tuesday, November 13, 1945
#61 Alan & Fulbeck
10148
Jack Benny Program, The
Sunday, February 13, 1944
#503 Larry Adler
10149
Jack Benny Program, The
Sunday, January 16, 1949
#678 Ronald Colman Dreams That He's Jack
10150
Jack Benny Program, The
Sunday, January 23, 1949
#679 Don Won't Sign Contract
10151
Jack Benny Program, The
Sunday, February 13, 1949
#682 Jack's Birthday
10152
Jack Benny Program, The
Sunday, February 20, 1949
#683 Fletcher Markle & Jack Warner
10153
Jack Benny Program, The
Sunday, March 6, 1949
#685 A Day At Races
10154
Jill's All Time Juke Box
1940s
#35 Let's Dance
10155
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, October 8, 1947
Guest Eddie Cantor
10156
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, October 22, 1947
Guests Victor Moore and Jo Stafford
10157
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, October 29, 1947
Guest Lucille Ball
10158
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, November 5, 1947
Guest Bing Crosby
10159
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, November 12, 1947
Guest Dorothy Lamour
10160
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, November 26, 1947
Guest Victor Moore
10161
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, December 3, 1947
Guest Charles Boyer
10162
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, December 10, 1947
Guest Boris Karloff
10163
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, December 17, 1947
Guest Victor Moore
10164
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, December 24, 1947
Guest Margaret O'Brien
10165
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, December 31, 1947
Guest Hosts Garry Moore and Red Skelton
10166
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, January 7, 1948
Guest Hosts Bob Hope and Victor Moore
10167
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, January 14, 1948
Guest Host Frank Morgan
10168
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, January 21, 1948
Guest Host Al Jolson
10169
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, January 28, 1948
T-Men
10170
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, February 4, 1948
Courtin' Corabelle
10171
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, February 11, 1948
The Birthday of Jimmy's Nose
10172
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, February 18, 1948
A Night at Ciro's
10173
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, February 25, 1948
A Visit to the Race Track
10174
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, March 3, 1948
Flying Lessons
10175
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, March 10, 1948
Guest Van Johnson
10176
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, March 24, 1948
Planning a Vacation
10177
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, March 31, 1948
Guest Rose Marie
10178
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, April 7, 1948
Guest Dorothy Lamour
10179
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, April 14, 1948
Includes five minute Harry Truman Speech
10180
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, April 28, 1948
Guest Lucille Ball
10181
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, May 5, 1948
Guest Victor Moore
10182
Jimmy Durante Show, The
Wednesday, May 12, 1948
Guest Victor Moore
10183
Life With Luigi
Tuesday, June 6, 1950
Party Line Troubles
10184
Lives of Harry Lime, The
Friday, December 21, 1951
#21 It's a Knockout
10185
Lives of Harry Lime, The
Friday, December 28, 1951
#22 Two Is Company
10186
Lives of Harry Lime, The
Friday, May 23, 1952
#43 Murder on the Riviera
10187
Lives of Harry Lime, The
Friday, May 30, 1952
#44 Pearls of Bohemia
10188
Lives of Harry Lime, The
Friday, June 6, 1952
#45 A Night In The Harem
10189
Lives of Harry Lime, The
Friday, June 13, 1952
#46 Blackmail Is A Nasty Word
10190
Lives of Harry Lime, The
Friday, June 20, 1952
#47 The Professor Regrets
10191
Lives of Harry Lime, The
Friday, June 27, 1952
#48 The Hard Way
10192
Lutheran Hour, The
Sunday, April 1, 1945
Part 1
10193
Mystery Playhouse
Saturday, April 15, 1944
# 20 Inner Sanctum-The Skull That Walked
10194
Mystery Playhouse
Thursday, November 8, 1945
Rogue's Gallery 'Little Drops Of Rain'
10195
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Sunday, December 15, 1946
Case Of The Missing Book
10196
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, October 20, 1950
# 1 Stamped For Murder
10197
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, October 27, 1950
# 2 The Care Worn Cuff
10198
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, November 3, 1950
# 3 The Dear, Dead Lady
10199
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, November 17, 1950
# 5 The Careless Cleaner
10200
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, November 24, 1950
# 6 The Beautiful Archer
10201
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, December 1, 1950
# 7 The Brave Rabbit
10202
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, December 8, 1950
# 8 The Impolite Corpse
10203
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, December 15, 1950
# 9 The Girl Who Cried Wolfe
10204
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, December 22, 1950
#10 The Case of The Slaughtered Santas
10205
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, December 29, 1950
#11 The Bashful Body
10206
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, January 5, 1951
#12 Deadly Sell-Out
10207
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, January 12, 1951
#13 The Killer Cards
10208
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, January 19, 1951
#14 The Calculated Risk
10209
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, January 26, 1951
#15 The Phantom Fingers
10210
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, February 2, 1951
#16 The Vanishing Shells
10211
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, February 16, 1951
#17 The Party For Death
10212
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, February 23, 1951
#18 The Malevolent Medic
10213
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, March 2, 1951
#19 The Hasty Will
10214
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, March 9, 1951
#20 The Disappearing Diamonds
10215
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, March 16, 1951
#21 The Midnight Ride
10216
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, March 23, 1951
#22 The Final Page
10217
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, March 30, 1951
#23 The Tell-Tale Ribbon
10218
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, April 6, 1951
#24 A Slight Case Of Perjury
10219
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, April 20, 1951
#25 The Lost Heir
10220
New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, The
Friday, April 27, 1951
#26 The Case of Room 304
10221
Nightbeat
Monday, August 21, 1950
Stay Of Execution
10222
Nightbeat
Friday, May 18, 1951
Julie, the Juke Box Girl!
10223
One Night Stand
Friday, January 11, 1952
#2798 Ray Anthony and his Orchestra from the Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Statler, New York City
10224
One Night Stand
Friday, January 18, 1952
#2803 Ray Anthony From Cafe Rouge
10225
People Are Funny
1956
#159 Dancing With Three Men
10226
People Are Funny
1956
#160 Getting People For A Wedding
10227
Personal Album
1945
# 717 Eugenie Baird
10228
Personal Album
1945
# 718 Doris Day
10229
Crime Classics
Wednesday, December 30, 1953
#26 Coyle & Richardson: Why They Hung in a Spanking Breeze
10230
Line Up, The
Thursday, February 22, 1951
# 34 The Silver Swan Case
10231
Gunsmoke
1958
The Stallion AFRS #295
10232
Unit 99
1958
#86
10233
Gunsmoke
Thursday, May 27, 1954
AFRS #34 Part 2
10234
Crime Classics
May 1954
# 9 The Incredible Trial Of Laura D Fehr
10235
Halls of Ivy, The
Wednesday, May 17, 1950
 
10236
Halls of Ivy, The
Wednesday, May 24, 1950
 
10237
Family Album
Sunday, July 5, 1942
#969 Musical Excerpts
10238
Inner Sanctum Mysteries
Sunday, September 7, 1941
#584 The Hunter From Beyond Part 2
10239
Hopalong Cassidy
Saturday, October 6, 1951
#81 Gunhawk Competition
10240
Hopalong Cassidy
Saturday, October 13, 1951
#82 Gunfighter In Short Pants
10241
Imperial Leader: The Life of Winston Churchill
1941
# 1
10242
Imperial Leader: The Life of Winston Churchill
1941
# 2
10243
Imperial Leader: The Life of Winston Churchill
1941
#38
10244
Witches Tale, The
Tuesday, April 26, 1938
#325 The Devil's Hands
10245
Moment Of Peril
 
# 16
10246
You Bet Your Life
Wednesday, February 1, 1950
Secret Word "Air" Part 2 only
10247
Kraft Music Hall, The
Friday, July 1, 1949
Nelson Eddy
10248
Lost Empire, The
1930s
# 1
10249
Lost Empire, The
1930s
#43
10250
Boston Blackie
Friday, June 23, 1944
#  1 The Rockwell Diamond
10251
Boston Blackie
Friday, June 30, 1944
#  2 Fifty Hunter Street
10252
Philo Vance
Tuesday, September 7, 1948
#  9 The Midget Murder Case Part 2
10253
Philo Vance
Tuesday, September 14, 1948
# 10 The Blue Lady Murder Case Part 2
10254
Philo Vance
Tuesday, August 24, 1948
#  7 The Poetic Murder Case
10255
Philo Vance
Tuesday, August 31, 1948
#  8 The Coachman Murder Case
10256
Philo Vance
Tuesday, September 21, 1948
# 11 The Back-Stage Murder Case
10257
Philo Vance
Tuesday, September 28, 1948
# 12 The Argus Murder Case
10258
Philo Vance
Tuesday, October 5, 1948
# 13 The Bulletin Murder Case
10259
Philo Vance
Tuesday, October 12, 1948
# 14 The Cover-Girl Murder Case
10260
Philo Vance
Tuesday, November 30, 1948
# 21 The Black-Jack Murder Case
10261
Philo Vance
Tuesday, December 7, 1948
# 22 The Star-Studded Murder Case
10262
Philo Vance
Tuesday, December 14, 1948
# 23 The Murdock Murder Case
10263
Philo Vance
Tuesday, December 21, 1948
# 24 The Vanilla Murder Case
10264
Philo Vance
Tuesday, December 28, 1948
# 25 The Rhumba Murder Case
10265
Philo Vance
Tuesday, January 4, 1949
# 26 The Magic Murder Case
10266
Philo Vance
Tuesday, January 25, 1949
# 29 The Idol Murder Case
10267
Philo Vance
Tuesday, February 1, 1949
# 30 The Golden Murder Case
10268
Philo Vance
Tuesday, February 8, 1949
# 31 The Flying Murder Case
10269
Philo Vance
Tuesday, February 15, 1949
# 32 The Butler Murder Case
10270
Philo Vance
Tuesday, February 22, 1949
# 33 The Herring-Bone Murder Case
10271
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 1, 1949
# 34 The Listless Murder Case
10272
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 8, 1949
# 35 The Curtain Call Murder Case
10273
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 15, 1949
# 36 The Million Dollar Murder Case
10274
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 22, 1949
# 37 The White Willow Murder Case
10275
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 29, 1949
# 38 The High Hat Murder Case
10276
Philo Vance
Tuesday, April 5, 1949
# 39 The Movie Murder Case
10277
Philo Vance
Tuesday, April 12, 1949
# 40 The Green Girls Murder Case
10278
Philo Vance
Tuesday, April 19, 1949
# 41 The Cardinal Murder Case
10279
Philo Vance
Tuesday, April 26, 1949
# 42 The Cipher Murder Case
10280
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 3, 1949
# 43 The Masters Murder Case
10281
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 10, 1949
# 44 The Meanest Man Murder Case
10282
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 17, 1949
# 45 The Butterfly Murder Case
10283
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 24, 1949
# 46 The Hurdy Gurdy Murder Case
10284
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 31, 1949
# 47 The Red Duck Murder Case
10285
Philo Vance
Tuesday, June 7, 1949
# 48 The Mistle-Toe Murder Case
10286
Philo Vance
Tuesday, June 14, 1949
# 49 The Combination Murder Case
10287
Philo Vance
Tuesday, June 21, 1949
# 50 The Peacock Murder Case
10288
Philo Vance
Tuesday, June 28, 1949
# 51 The Motor Murder Case
10289
Philo Vance
Tuesday, July 5, 1949
# 52 The White Murder Case
10290
Philo Vance
Tuesday, July 12, 1949
# 53 The One Cent Murder Case
10291
Philo Vance
Tuesday, July 19, 1949
# 54 The Racket Murder Case
10292
Philo Vance
Tuesday, July 26, 1949
# 55 The Cheese-Cake Murder Case
10293
Philo Vance
Tuesday, August 2, 1949
# 56 The Tic Tock Murder Case
10294
Philo Vance
Tuesday, August 9, 1949
# 57 The Deep Sea Murder Case
10295
Philo Vance
Tuesday, August 16, 1949
# 58 The Johnny 'A' Murder Case
10296
Philo Vance
Tuesday, August 23, 1949
# 59 The Blue Penny Murder Case
10297
Philo Vance
Tuesday, August 30, 1949
# 60 The Brotherly Murder Case
10298
Philo Vance
Tuesday, September 6, 1949
# 61 The Oxford Murder Case
10299
Philo Vance
Tuesday, September 13, 1949
# 62 The Checkered Murder Case
10300
Philo Vance
Tuesday, October 18, 1949
# 67 The Meeker Murder Case
10301
Philo Vance
Tuesday, October 25, 1949
# 68 The Deathless Murder Case
10302
Philo Vance
Tuesday, November 1, 1949
# 65 The Black Gold Murder Case
10303
Philo Vance
Tuesday, November 8, 1949
# 66 The Tea Cup Murder Case
10304
Philo Vance
Tuesday, November 15, 1949
# 71 The Little Murder Case
10305
Philo Vance
Tuesday, November 22, 1949
# 72 The Nightmare Murder Case
10306
Philo Vance
Tuesday, November 29, 1949
# 73 The Thundering Murder Case
10307
Philo Vance
Tuesday, December 6, 1949
# 74 The Bird-Cage Murder Case
10308
Philo Vance
Tuesday, December 13, 1949
# 75 The Gray Glove Murder Case
10309
Philo Vance
Tuesday, December 20, 1949
# 76 The Chop Suey Murder Case
10310
Philo Vance
Tuesday, December 27, 1949
# 77 The Identical Murder Case
10311
Philo Vance
Tuesday, January 3, 1950
# 78 The Tip Top Murder Case
10312
Philo Vance
Tuesday, January 10, 1950
# 79 The Left-Handed Murder Case
10313
Philo Vance
Tuesday, January 17, 1950
# 80 The Talking Corpse Murder Case
10314
Philo Vance
Tuesday, January 24, 1950
# 81 The Music Box Murder Case
10315
Philo Vance
Tuesday, January 31, 1950
# 82 The Sterling Murder Case
10316
Philo Vance
Tuesday, February 7, 1950
# 83 The Chicken Murder Case
10317
Philo Vance
Tuesday, February 14, 1950
# 84 The Scarface Murder Case
10318
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 7, 1950
# 87 The Church Murder Case
10319
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 14, 1950
# 88 The Mathematical Murder Case
10320
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 21, 1950
# 89 The Jackpot Murder Case
10321
Philo Vance
Tuesday, March 28, 1950
# 90 The Ivory Murder Case
10322
Philo Vance
Tuesday, April 4, 1950
# 91 The Mimic Murder Case
10323
Philo Vance
Tuesday, April 11, 1950
# 92 The Nylon Murder Case
10324
Philo Vance
Tuesday, April 18, 1950
# 93 The Golden Key Murder Case
10325
Philo Vance
Tuesday, April 25, 1950
# 94 The Shower Bath Murder Case
10326
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 2, 1950
# 95 The Roof Top Murder Case
10327
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 9, 1950
# 96 The Whistling Murder Case
10328
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 16, 1950
# 97 The Manicure Murder Case
10329
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 23, 1950
# 98 The Money Machine Murder Case
10330
Philo Vance
Tuesday, May 30, 1950
# 99 The Whirlaround Murder Case
10331
Philo Vance
Tuesday, June 6, 1950
#100 The Alibi Murder Case
10332
Philo Vance
Tuesday, June 13, 1950
#101 The Full Dress Murder Case
10333
Philo Vance
Tuesday, June 20, 1950
#102 The Prize Ring Murder Case
10334
Planet Man, The
1953
# 2 Let's Orbit The Moon
10335
Planet Man, The
1953
# 3 Dantro Explains Cosmic Communicator
10336
Planet Man, The
1953
# 5 Marston Planning Attack On Earth
10337
Planet Man, The
1953
# 6 Dantro Discuss Slats And Marston
10338
Planet Man, The
1953
# 7 Marston Has Given A Kidnapping Order
10339
Planet Man, The
1953
# 8 Hurrying Thru The Tunnel
10340
Planet Man, The
1953
# 9 Hoping For A Miracle To Stop Marston
10341
Planet Man, The
1953
#10 In Space Ship Heading For Earth?
10342
Planet Man, The
1953
#11 3-D Dantro Gives Instructions
10343
Planet Man, The
1953
#12 In Tunnel Under Palace
10344
Planet Man, The
1953
#13 In Space On A Scout Ship
10345
Planet Man, The
1953
#14 Preparing To Blast Off
10346
Planet Man, The
1953
#15 Discussion Of Reception On Venus
10347
Planet Man, The
1953
#16 Captured On Venus By The Dusters
10348
Planet Man, The
1953
#17 Captives On Venus
10349
Planet Man, The
1953
#18 Back To Their Prison Cell
10350
Richard Diamond, Private Detective
Saturday, September 24, 1949
The Case of the $200,000 Bundle
10351
Richard Diamond, Private Detective
Sunday, June 19, 1949
Fred Sears Murder Case
10352
Rip Lawson Adventurer!
1940s
#1 Search for Nazi Gold
10353
Rip Lawson Adventurer!
1940s
#7 Search for the Formula for Blueray
10354
Schooner Conquest, The
1940s
# 2 Emeralds on a Deserted Island
10355
Schooner Conquest, The
1940s
#13 Mysterious Sea Chest Full of Dope
10356
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, March 18, 1945
# 1 The Hands Of Death
10357
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, March 25, 1945
# 2 The King Of The World
10358
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, April 1, 1945
# 3 Death Spins A Web
10359
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, April 8, 1945
# 4 Devil Island
10360
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, April 15, 1945
# 5 Escape By Death
10361
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, April 22, 1945
# 6 Death At Storm House
10362
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, April 29, 1945
# 7 The Accusing Corpse
10363
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, May 6, 1945
# 8 Stranger In The House
10364
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, May 13, 1945
# 9 Out Of The Past
10365
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, May 20, 1945
#10 Welcome Home
10366
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, May 27, 1945
#11 I'll Die Laughing
10367
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, June 3, 1945
#12 Design For Death
10368
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, June 10, 1945
#13 The Ghost Makers
10369
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, June 17, 1945
#14 Broadway Here I Come
10370
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, June 24, 1945
#15 Queen Of The Cats
10371
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, July 1, 1945
#16 Death Rings Down The Curtain
10372
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, July 8, 1945
#17 Till Death Do Us Part
10373
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, July 15, 1945
#18 The Man With The Stolen Face
10374
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, July 22, 1945
#19 My Beloved Must Die
10375
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, July 29, 1945
#20 Beware of Tomorrow
10376
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, August 5, 1945
#21 Murder Must Be Paid For
10377
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, August 12, 1945
#22 To Have And To Hold
10378
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, August 19, 1945
#23 Murderer Unknown
10379
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, August 26, 1945
#24 Time On My Hands
10380
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, September 2, 1945
#25 Death Laughs Last
10381
Sealed Book, The
Sunday, September 9, 1945
#26 You Only Die Once
10382
Shadow, The
Sunday, March 24, 1940
# 80 The Plot That Failed
10383
Shadow, The
Sunday, March 12, 1944
#189 Death To The Shadow
10384
Shadow, The
Sunday, February 15, 1948
#324 The Terror At Wolf's Head Knoll
10385
Smiths of Hollywood, The
Wednesday, March 2, 1949
Audition Show - Bumps' Tenth Birthday
10386
Strange Wills
1947
#27 The Silver Buckles
10387
Strange Wills
1947
#28 Unwanted
10388
Suspense
Tuesday, May 25, 1943
Sorry, Wrong Number
10389
Suspense
Thursday, September 16, 1943
The Cross-Eyed Bear
10390
Suspense
Thursday, December 16, 1943
Wet Saturday
10391
Suspense
Thursday, February 10, 1944
Suspicion
10392
Suspense
Thursday, June 15, 1944
A Friend to Alexander
10393
Suspense
Thursday, February 14, 1946
The Lucky Lady (East Coast Version)
10394
Suspense
Thursday, February 14, 1946
The Lucky Lady (West Coast Version)
10395
Symphonette
Tuesday, March 29, 1955
#252
10396
Whistler, The
Sunday, December 25, 1949
#395 Letter From Cynthia
10397
With Book and Pipe
July 1945
Tell-Tale Heart
10398
X Minus One
Sunday, April 24, 1955
#  1 No Contact
10399
X Minus One
Sunday, May 1, 1955
#  2 The Parade
10400
X Minus One
Sunday, May 8, 1955
#  3 Mars Is Heaven
10401
X Minus One
Sunday, May 15, 1955
#  4 Universe
10402
X Minus One
Sunday, May 22, 1955
#  5 Knock
10403
X Minus One
Sunday, May 29, 1955
#  6 The Man in The Moon
10404
X Minus One
Sunday, June 5, 1955
#  7 Perigi's Wonderful Dolls
10405
X Minus One
Thursday, July 7, 1955
#  8 The Green Hills of Earth
10406
X Minus One
Thursday, July 14, 1955
#  9 Dr. Grimshaw's Sanitorium
10407
X Minus One
Thursday, July 21, 1955
# 10 Nightmare
10408
X Minus One
Thursday, July 28, 1955
# 11 The Embassy
10409
X Minus One
Thursday, August 4, 1955
# 12 The Veldt
10410
X Minus One
Thursday, August 11, 1955
# 13 Almost Human
10411
X Minus One
Thursday, August 18, 1955
# 14 Courtesy
10412
X Minus One
Thursday, August 25, 1955
# 15 Cold Equation
10413
X Minus One
Thursday, September 1, 1955
# 16 Shanghaied
10414
X Minus One
Thursday, September 8, 1955
# 17 The Martian Death March
10415
X Minus One
Thursday, September 15, 1955
# 18 The Castaways
10416
X Minus One
Thursday, September 22, 1955
# 19 And the Moon Be Still as Bright
10417
X Minus One
Thursday, October 6, 1955
# 20 First Contact
10418
X Minus One
Thursday, October 20, 1955
# 21 Child's Play
10419
X Minus One
Thursday, October 27, 1955
# 22 Requiem
10420
X Minus One
Thursday, November 3, 1955
# 23 Hello, Tomorrow
10421
X Minus One
Thursday, November 10, 1955
# 24 Dwellers In Silence
10422
X Minus One
Wednesday, November 16, 1955
# 25 The Outer Limit
10423
X Minus One
Wednesday, February 6, 1957
# 87 Venus Is A Man's World
10424
X Minus One
Wednesday, February 27, 1957
# 90 Real Gone
10425
Suspense
Sunday, December 13, 1959
Country Of The Blind
10426
Suspense
Sunday, January 3, 1960
Zero Hour
10427
Suspense
Sunday, January 10, 1960
The Long Night
10428
Suspense
Sunday, February 7, 1960
The Mystery Of Marie Roget
10429
Suspense
Sunday, February 14, 1960
Sorry, Wrong Number
10430
Suspense
Sunday, March 6, 1960
Sleep Is For Children
10431
Suspense
Sunday, March 13, 1960
The Revolution
10432
Suspense
Sunday, April 3, 1960
A Shipment of Mute Fate
10433
Suspense
Sunday, April 10, 1960
Two Horse Parlay
10434
Suspense
Sunday, April 17, 1960
Tonight At 5:55
10435
Suspense
Sunday, May 8, 1960
The Legend Of Robbie
10436
Suspense
Sunday, May 29, 1960
Perfect Plan
10437
Axis Shortwave
July 1943
Italy A Few Days After The Invasion
10438
Little Jack Little
October 1930
# 1 St Louis Blues
10439
Little Jack Little
October 1930
# 2 Should I
10440
Little Jack Little
October 1930
# 3 Dizzy Fingers
10441
Little Jack Little
Monday, October 13, 1930
# 4 Love Your Magic
10442
Little Jack Little
Thursday, October 16, 1930
# 5 Indian Love Call
10443
Little Jack Little
Friday, October 17, 1930
# 6 Some Of These Days
10444
Little Jack Little
Monday, October 20, 1930
# 7 When The Little Red Roses
10445
Little Jack Little
Thursday, October 23, 1930
# 8 An All Request Program
10446
Little Jack Little
Wednesday, October 15, 1930
# 9 Little Gypsy Sweetheart
10447
Little Jack Little
Wednesday, November 5, 1930
#10 Sweeping the Clouds Away
10448
Little Jack Little
Monday, November 3, 1930
#11 Lucky Little Devil
10449
Little Jack Little
Wednesday, October 29, 1930
#12 I'm Sailing on a Sunbeam
10450
Little Jack Little
Wednesday, October 29, 1930
#13 A Big Big Man
10451
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, November 24, 1951
# 88 Paul Clark
10452
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, December 29, 1951
# 93 Ross Lock
10453
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, January 17, 1953
#148 Joseph Brady
10454
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, January 24, 1953
#149 Joey Condon
10455
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, February 14, 1953
#152 Artie Blanchard
10456
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, February 21, 1953
#153 The Joe Turner Murder Case
10457
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, June 20, 1953
#170 Joan Parker
10458
Broadway's My Beat
Saturday, June 27, 1953
#171 Sophie Brettin
10459
Gunsmoke
Saturday, January 31, 1953
# 41 Cavalcade
10460
Amos 'n' Andy Show, The
Sunday, December 6, 1953
Kingfish Has Typewriters Cleaned
10461
Crime Classics
Monday, June 22, 1953
# 1 Thomas Edwin Bartle
10462
Big Story, The
 
#212
10463
Adventures Of Superman, The
1940s
# 130 The Vanished Freight Car
10464
Adventures Of Superman, The
1940s
# 131
10465
Suspense
Monday, May 18, 1953
Vial Of Death
10466
Suspense
Monday, April 20, 1953
Public Defender
10467
Gunsmoke
Saturday, February 28, 1953
# 45 Trojan War
10468
Let's Pretend
Saturday, July 9, 1949
#90 The Magic Tinder Box
10469
Crime Classics
Monday, July 27, 1953
Final Day Of Gen Ketchem & How He Died
10470
Inner Sanctum Mysteries
Monday, June 20, 1949
Corpse Without a Conscience
10471
Green Hornet, The
Sunday, February 21, 1943
Serve In Silence Part 1
10472
Lion's Roar, The
Thursday, February 18, 1943
Stoopnagle For Mayor
10473
Cinnamon Bear, The
1937
Demo Disk
10474
Judy Canova Show, The
 
#169
10475
Adventures of Maisie, The
Thursday, February 16, 1950
#13 Clothes For The Poor
10476
Adventures of Maisie, The
Thursday, February 23, 1950
#14 Foot In Mouth Disease
10477
Dragnet
Tuesday, January 12, 1954
#230 The Big Switch
10478
Jack Benny Program, The
Sunday, December 24, 1944
#1 Christmas Show
10479
Lux Radio Theatre, The
Sunday, February 25, 1940
#252 Swing High, Swing Low - Dress Rehearsal
10480
Lone Ranger, The
Friday, March 21, 1947
The Admiral's Stagecoach
10481
Favorite Story
1947
#51 Ben Hur
10482
Favorite Story
1947
#52 Mutineers Of The Bounty
10483
Mercury Theatre on the Air, The
Sunday, October 30, 1938
The War of the Worlds
10484
Man In The Iron Mask, The
 
# 1 Australian #1 Part 1 American
10485
Man In The Iron Mask, The
 
# 2 Australian #1 Part 2 American
10486
Vic and Sade
Monday, December 7, 1942
 
10487
Whistler, The
Sunday, March 20, 1949
#355 Death of Mr. Penny
10488
Moving Stories Of Life
1933
#35
10489
Moving Stories Of Life
1933
#36
10490
Jill's All Time Juke Box
1940s
# 2
10491
It Pays to Be Ignorant
 
 
10492
Local Black Show
 
Golden Gate Chorus
10493
Personal Album
1940s
# 701 Les Brown Orchestra
10494
Personal Album
1940s
# 702 Jason Boot
10495
Henry Morgan Show, The
Wednesday, April 23, 1947
Arnold Tries to Buy a New Car
10496
It Pays to Be Ignorant
Friday, September 21, 1945
#75
10497
Duffy's Tavern
Friday, April 20, 1945
#90
10498
Helen Hayes Theater
Sunday, November 16, 1941
Arrowsmith
10499
Broadway's My Beat
Sunday, August 1, 1954
Decker Murder Case
10500
March of Time, The
Thursday, April 19, 1945
What US Soldiers Think Of Their Wives
10501
Vic and Sade
Wednesday, August 15, 1951
#2563 Getting Hank Out Of The Lodge
10502
G I Jive
1940s
#1416
10503
G I Jive
1940s
#1417
10504
G I Jive
Tuesday, November 12, 1946
#1434
10505
G I Jive
Tuesday, November 12, 1946
#1435
10506
Hollywood Radio Theater
1944
#  2 Out of the Great God's Heart
10507
Hollywood Radio Theater
1944
# 25 Tomorrow Will Come
10508
Hollywood Radio Theater
 
#174 A Question Of Personality
10509
Suspense
Thursday, April 19, 1945
Pearls Are A Nuisance (East Coast broadcast)
10510
Suspense
Thursday, April 19, 1945
Pearls Are A Nuisance (West Coast broadcast)
10511
Suspense
Thursday, December 6, 1945
I Won't Take A Minute (East Coast broadcast)
10512
Suspense
Thursday, December 6, 1945
I Won't Take A Minute (West Coast broadcast)
10513
Fanny Brice Show, The
1947
#35
10514
Duffy's Tavern
Friday, December 28, 1945
#112
10515
Good News of 1940
Thursday, November 2, 1939
Guest Marlene Dietrich
10516
Duffy's Tavern
1940s
#115 Archie's Old Teacher Visits
10517
Duffy's Tavern
Friday, January 25, 1946
#116 Archie And The Swindler
10518
Duffy's Tavern
Friday, February 1, 1946
#117
10519
Duffy's Tavern
Friday, March 1, 1946
#121
10520
Guest Star
Sunday, November 9, 1947
# 33 Ginny Simms
10521
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
# 1 Skitch Henderson
10522
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
# 2 Skip Farrell
10523
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
# 3
10524
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
# 4 Frankie Masters & Phyllis Myles
10525
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
# 5 King's Jesters
10526
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
# 6 Fine Arts Quartet
10527
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
# 9 Julie Wilson
10528
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#10 Billy Leach
10529
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#15 Eddy Duchin
10530
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#16 McCarthy & Farrell
10531
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#21 Evelyn Knight
10532
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#22 Sam & Aunt Fanny
10533
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#23 King's Jesters
10534
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#24 Barclay Allen
10535
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#25 Rear Admiral Whitehead
10536
Naval Air Reserve Show, The
1940s
#26 McCarthy & Farrell
10537
Good News of 1940
Thursday, November 9, 1939
 
10538
Good News of 1940
Thursday, November 16, 1939
 
10539
Good News of 1940
Thursday, November 23, 1939
Guest Walter Huston
10540
Good News of 1940
Thursday, November 30, 1939
 
10541
Good News of 1940
Thursday, December 7, 1939
Guest Frank Travis
10542
Variety Fair
 
Audition Show - Presentation Of The Cast
10543
Variety Fair
 
Audition Show
10544
Frantic
 
Production Music #1
10545
Frantic
 
Production Music 10 Cuts
10546
Jam Session
 
Audition Show
10547
Stars Over Hollywood
Saturday, June 26, 1943
Part 1 Matilda's Memory
10548
Stars Over Hollywood
Saturday, July 3, 1943
Part 1
10549
Destiny Trails
 
#1 Deerslayer
10550
Destiny Trails
 
#2 Deerslayer
10551
Mystery Playhouse
Wednesday, August 2, 1944
# 15 Mr District Attorney
10552
Mystery Playhouse
Friday, August 10, 1945
#125 This Is Your FBI
10553
Mystery Playhouse
Friday, October 5, 1945
#129 Angel Face
10554
Mystery Playhouse
Friday, October 12, 1945
#134 A Death Is Caused
10555
Mystery Playhouse
Friday, June 7, 1946
#210 Molle Mystery Theatre - Female Of The Species
10556
Night Cap Yarns
1942
Streamlined Jitter Bugs
10557
Night Cap Yarns
Wednesday, August 5, 1942
Trigger Jones' Last Steal
10558
Night Cap Yarns
Sunday, August 16, 1942
It Makes Them Or Breaks Them
10559
Night Cap Yarns
Saturday, August 22, 1942
Escaped Convict
10560
Night Cap Yarns
Thursday, November 5, 1942
#12 Old Ab
10561
Night Cap Yarns
Thursday, November 12, 1942
#11 The Laying Down Of The Law
10562
Night Cap Yarns
Thursday, November 12, 1942
The Kid Called Billy
10563
Night Cap Yarns
Thursday, November 19, 1942
Front Page Story
10564
Night Cap Yarns
Wednesday, November 24, 1943
Self Imposed Justice
10565
Night Cap Yarns
Friday, December 3, 1943
Possession
10566
Guest Star
Sunday, November 16, 1947
# 34 Sir Cedric Hardwicke
10567
General Douglas MacArthur's Address Before Congress
Thursday, April 19, 1951
General Douglas MacArthur's Address Before Congress
10568
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, October 29, 1950
#184
10569
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, November 5, 1950
#185
10570
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, April 27, 1952
#262
10571
Comic Weekly Man, The
Sunday, May 4, 1952
#263
10572
Kraft Music Hall, The
Thursday, December 25, 1947
Boris Karloff
10573
Kraft Music Hall, The
Thursday, October 7, 1948
Edward G Robinson
10574
Good News of 1940
Thursday, December 14, 1939
 
10575
Good News of 1940
Thursday, December 21, 1939
Guest Jessica Dragonette
10576
Guest Star
Sunday, July 31, 1949
#123 Hildegarde
10577
Guest Star
Sunday, August 7, 1949
#124 Louise Carlyle & The Johnny Guarnieri Quintet
10578
Good News of 1940
Thursday, December 28, 1939
Guest Lucille Ball
10579
Good News of 1940
Thursday, January 4, 1940
Guest Ann Sothern
10580
Guest Star
Sunday, September 30, 1956
#497 Danny Thomas
10581
Guest Star
Sunday, October 7, 1956
#498 Jorga Courtright "Spring Is In The Heart"
10582
Jill's All Time Juke Box
1940s
#11
10583
Jill's Juke Box
1940s
# 84 All Songs By Bing Crosby
10584
This Is The Story
1950s
#101 #1 Booth Tarkington #2 Dorothy Dix
10585
This Is The Story
1950s
#102 #1 Oldest Writing-Prisse Papyrus #2 Jack Benny
10586
This Is The Story
1950s
#127 #1 Frederick The Great #2 Tibbett & Doolittle
10587
This Is The Story
1950s
#128 #1 Don Quixote #2 Little Church Around The Corner
10588
This Is The Story
1950s
#129 #1 Hoover And Paderewski #2 Washington's Loves
10589
This Is The Story
1950s
#130 #1 Sam Houston #2 Mother Goose
10590
Adventures Of Jungle Jim, The
Saturday, May 20, 1939
#186 Stacey
10591
Front Page Drama
Sunday, May 14, 1939
# 317 Carlotta's Jewels
10592
Front Page Drama
Sunday, November 23, 1952
#1038
10593
Front Page Drama
Sunday, November 30, 1952
#1039
10594
Front Page Drama
Sunday, June 7, 1953
#1066
10595
Front Page Drama
Sunday, June 14, 1953
#1067
10596
Front Page Drama
Sunday, June 21, 1953
#1068
10597
Front Page Drama
Sunday, June 28, 1953
#1069
10598
Voice of the Army, The
1940s
#405 It Happened In Hollywood
10599
Voice of the Army, The
1940s
#406 Right-Hand Man
10600
Voice of the Army, The
1949
#469 Music For All

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5 of 5 Amazing Content in a Way Most OTR Collectors Don't December 19, 2023
Reviewer: Bruce Toews from Winnipeg, MB Canada  
If Radio Archives comes out with a new collection, you can bet that I pay attention. I've wanted to check out the preservation library, but just don't have the finances to commit to the whole project as I'd like. This volume gave me the chance to at least get a glimpse into some of the amazing programming being offered, unfiltered, unrestored, just meticulously digitized, and all in uncompressed format. We don't often hear these programs at the transcription disk level, we don't often get a chance to play amateur audio restorer, and many of the programs being released this way haven't been heard in a very long time. I still can't afford the whole series, but I'm very grateful to have been given a glimpse into this magical world of OTR being offered.

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