Old Time Radio Classics, on Demand

1. Bing Crosby Show

Featuring guests Adolphe Menjou and Kay Starr circa 1948-11-17

2. Woody Herman and His Orchestra

Woody Herman and His Orchestra, circa March 27, 1945. Sustaining. A band remote from The College Inn of The Hotel Sherman, Chicago.

3. Beyond Midnight

Beyond Midnight - 'Let Me See Your Face' Beyond Midnight (1968 - 1969) was written by Michael McCabe and was produced in South Africa.

4. Gunsmoke

'Good Girl, Bad Company' circa October 08, 1955 Host: Andrew Rhynes Starring: William Conrad (Matt Dillion), Parley Baer (Chester), Georgia Ellis (Kitty), & Howard McNear (Doc)

5. Burns and Allen

Burns And Allen - 'Rah Rah In Omaha' circa 5-15-1940

6. Inner Sanctum Australia

Inner Sanctum Australia - 'The Mysterious Stranger' circa 02-26-1944 Inner Sanctum Mysteries was a popular old-time radio program that aired from January 7, 1941 to October 5, 1952.

7. Orson Welles Radio with Lana Turner

On today's show, we hear from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac with its July 5, 1944 episode featuring guest Lana Turner.

8. Aldous Huxley narrates his 'Brave New World'

"Brave New World" Part 1. The first show of the series. The classic story of the future, narrated by the author. Aldous Huxley (author, narrator), William Conrad (announcer, performer). The CBS Radio Workshop, circa January 27, 1956.

9. Nick Carter, Master Detective

'Death After Dark' A young woman is killed and all the blood is drained from her body. Is this the work of vampires? Original Air Date: February 19, 1944

10. Exploring Tomorrow

Exploring Tomorrow - 'The Happiness Effect' circa December 18, 1957. An artist moves to the small town of Benton, which disturbs the local "brain writer" very much...

11. The Twilight Zone

Hosts John & Fred discuss 'The Invaders' - the 51st episode of Rod Serling's classic television series, The Twilight Zone. Circa January 27, 1961.

12. Fingerprints by The Red Skelton Show

On this episode of Legacy Of Laughs, we hear from The Red Skelton Show with Fingerprints, its episode from February 18, 1947.

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