A Date With Judy

A Date With Judy premiered in 1941. It was originally supposed to be a summer replacement show for Bob Hope's radio show, The Pepsodent Show.

A Man Called X

A Man Called X was a British spy radio show. It debuted in 1944 and was cancelled in 1948. The show was picked up once again in 1950 and ran until 1952.

Abbot And Costello

Almost everybody has heard of this comic duo. Listen to some great skits from one of the greatest comic teams in all of history.

Academy Award Theater

Academy Award Theater was an old time radio show that used movies which won an Academy award and turned the script into a made for radio show.  This show started in 1946, before the television era and only ran for 39 weeks because of the high cost to produce. This show cost a lot of money to put on because of the big name stars that were hired for the performance.

Adventures By Morse

After I Love A Mystery was cancelled by NBC, the show's writer, Charles E. Morse created a new mystery show entitled Adventures By Morse. These shows were divided into 13-episode segments. The first 10 episodes told one story but at the end of each of these episodes, had a teaser for the second story, which were the final 3 episodes. Morse based the lead characters on the characters from I Love A Mystery.

The Adventures of Jimmie Allen

Jimmie Allen is a 16 year old boy who is a pilot and travels the world solving crimes and mysteries, as well as, taking part in air show races. The show ran from 1933, all the way to 1947.

The Adventures of Leonidas Witherall

This was a mystery show that ran for only one year from 1944 to 1945. This was a 30 minute mystery show that was based on the novels of Phoebe Atwood Taylor. Leonidas Witherall, played by Walter Hampden, is an instructor at a boy's school. He is an amateur detective and his housekeeper, played by Ethel Remey and then, Agnes Moorehead, loves offering her opinion.

Archie Andrews

Archie Andrews was an old time radio show that was geared toward teenagers. This series was based on the comic book of the same name. In later years, the comic became known as The Archie's and migrated to television and a Saturday morning cartoon.

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