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The Entire Surviving Broadcasts Of 19 Classic Golden Age Of Radio Series!
Adventures by Morse | The Adventures Of Frank Race | Afloat with Henry Morgan | Air Adventures Of Jimmie Allen | Anne Of The Airlanes | Blair of the Mounties | Box 13 | Escape! | Firefighters | Green Valley Line | Horatio Hornblower | Jack Armstrong | Magic Island | Mark Trail | Moon Over Africa | Romance Of The Ranchos | Tarzan Of The Air | Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen | World Adventurer's Club!
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ADVENTURES OF FRANK RACE
The 1949-1950 Adventure Series That Follows The Exploits Of A Lawyer That World War II Turned Into An O.S.S. Operative - 43 Half Hour Episodes!
ADVENTURES BY MORSE
The Signature Series Of Radio's Great Adventure Show Writer/Producer/Director Carlton E. Morse - 54 Half Hour Episodes!
AFLOAT WITH HENRY MORGAN
Set Sail For The Carribean In Search Of Love, Loot & Adventure In This 1932 Pirate Serial - 52 Quarter Hour Episodes!
THE AIR ADVENTURES OF JIMMIE ALLEN
The Popular 1933-47 Children's Aerial Adventure Series - 131 Quarter Hour Episodes!
ANNE OF THE AIRLANES
The 1930's Aerial Adventure Series - 24 Episodes!
BLAIR OF THE MOUNTIES
Join In The Adventures Of The Royal North West Mounted Police - 22 Quarter Hour Episodes Packed!
"Adventure Wanted - Will Go Anywhere, Do Anything - Box 13." Join Series Star And Producer Alan Ladd Where As Writer Dan Holiday He Goes On The Adventures This Newspaper Ad Brings Him, Here In 52 Half Hour Episodes!
The Most Highly Esteemed 1947-1954 Weekly Adventure Series - Over 101 Hours Packed Into 239 MP3s!
Old Time Radio's "True-To-Life Story Of Our Unsung Heroes Who Stand By Ready To Ride, By Day or Night, Against Our Most Murderous Enemy - The Demon Of Fire!" 140 Quarter Hour
GREEN VALLEY LINE
The 1934 ''Story of a Back Country Railroad In The Early Years Of The 20th Century'' - 26 Quarter Hour Episodes!
Michael Redgrave Stars As C.S. Forester's Heroic Sea Captain In This 1952-1953 Radio Luxembourg Drama Series - 19 Hours Packed Into 52 Episodes!
The Beloved 1933-50 Children's Adventure Series Of "The All American Boy" - Updated To Include 101 Quarter Hours Episodes!
The Beloved 1936 Weekly Childrens Adventure Series - 128 Quarter Hour Episodes!
29 Classic Nature Adventure Series Episodes - Nearly 14 Hours Packed Into 29 MP3s!
MOON OVER AFRICA
Follow The Adventures Of Professor Anton Edwards As He Searches For Atlantis Within The African Continent In This 1935-38 Series - 26 Quarter Hour Episodes!
ROMANCE OF THE RANCHOS
The 1941-46 Historical Drama About Life In California During "The Days Of The Dons" - 35 Half Hour Episodes!
2 Radio Serials 1 Generation Apart Of The Beloved Edgar Rice Burroughs Classic - Over 61 Hours Packed Into 235 MP3s!
THE VOYAGE OF THE SCARLET QUEEN
The Classic 1947-48 Seafaring Adventure Series - 35 Half Hour Episodes!
WORLD ADVENTURERS CLUB
The 1932 Explorer Series From KFWB Los Angelese At The Dawn Of Commercial Radio - 32 Quarter Hour Episodes!
The Golden Age Of Radio, also known as the old-time radio (OTR) era, was an era of radio in the United States where it was the dominant electronic home entertainment medium. It began with the birth of commercial radio broadcasting in the early 1920s and lasted through the 1950s, when television gradually superseded radio as the medium of choice for scripted programming, variety and dramatic shows. Radio was the first broadcast medium, and during this period people regularly tuned in to their favorite radio programs, and families gathered to listen to the home radio in the evening. According to a 1947 C. E. Hooper survey, 82 out of 100 Americans were found to be radio listeners. A variety of new entertainment formats and genres were created for the new medium, many of which later migrated to television: radio plays, mystery serials, soap operas, quiz shows, talent shows, daytime and evening variety hours, situation comedies, play-by-play sports, children's shows, cooking shows, and more. In the 1950s, television superseded radio as the most popular broadcast medium, and commercial radio programming shifted to narrower formats of news, talk, sports and music. Religious broadcasters, listener-supported public radio and college stations provide their own distinctive formats.