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Producing a radio drama is the equivalent of giving your listeners a movie for their ears or a theater on air. During the old-time radio era (the 1930s to 1950s), radio mysteries and crimes stories were pretty popular with listeners. In fact: Listeners still find these old-time shows very entertaining. Enjoy! Support this podcast:
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4.6 stars from 11 ratings
Good stuff.
I completely enjoyed so many of these radio dramas.
McQuestion via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/10/21
THIS is the Radio Drama collection I was looking for - but never thought I’d find!! Stories from the UK radio, which was way more varied - and therefore imaginative - than in the U.S. (aside from a few exceptions). When I saw that the first episode, set in a mysterious old train station, was...Read full review »
Ponterbee's2ndPhone via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/04/20
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