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Post a message about mystery radio shows you've enjoyed. Reminisce about listening to the shows or talk about rediscovering the shows that have been released on audiocassette.
Note: All previous radio mystery discussions have been combined into this discussion.

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Renesha Carson - 01:14pm Dec 9, 2004 PST(#84 of 98)

never really heard of a mystery radio broadcasting station, but if anybody is from Huntsville Alabama please let me know thanks

anthony acosta - 06:27pm Dec 9, 2004 PST(#85 of 98)

looking for a place i can get some old shadow mystery shows?? is there soom radio stations that still play them in the bay area / SAN JOSE CA. if you can help??????? thanks

Soliana Fuste - 12:33pm Jan 25, 2005 PST(#86 of 98)

Which is the only one case that Perry Mason. Ever lost? Answers are: The case of Deadley Veredict The case of the Cautious Coquette The case of the Fiery Fingers The cases of the Restless Redhead

Ben Ohmart - 09:06pm May 4, 2005 PST(#87 of 98)

Just want to congratulate Jack French on winning the Agatha Award for best non-fiction book last week for his Private Eyelashes, Radio's Lady Detective! Great book!

Sable Jak - 05:26am Nov 3, 2005 PST(#88 of 98)

If any of you are interested I work for an audio drama company, we produce mostly mysteries and are holding our first competitiion. We're on over 100 commercial radio stations in the country, XM satellite and the internet. About six of our writers come from the UK


The 1st Annual Imagination Theatre Radio Script Competition

Are you one of the many writers who would like to try their hand at writing a radio script? If so, have we got the contest for you. Jim French Productions has been producing commercial radio drama for decades; our contributing writers come from the United States, Canada, England and Scotland. Scripts can be in any genre and must be no longer than 23 pages (see sample on website). First prize: The Phil Harper Award, is $150 plus production and a one-year subscription to Scr(i)pt Magazine ( ). First Prize will be awarded to the script that can be produced "straight out of the envelope." Second Prize is $100 plus production and will go to the script that excels, but still needs a little work. There is also a third prize and three honorable mentions and books from Michael Wiese Productions ( ). Fee is $10 per script, all scripts must be postmarked no later than February 19, 2006. Complete information and application forms can be found at:

Nathaniel White - 10:53pm Jun 24, 2008 PST(#89 of 98)

Does any one know how to get a hold of the Shadow Radio show on vinyl?

Rik Shepherd - 01:21am Jun 25, 2008 PST(#90 of 98)
Another belief of mine: that everyone else my age is an adult, whereas I am merely in disguise (Margaret Atwood)

Don't know about vinyl, but there's an awful lot of episodes of The Shadow in mp3 or wav in the Old Time Radio section of the Internet Archive (

Fran Hinkel - 03:36am Jul 18, 2008 PST(#91 of 98)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Volume 3 is on Ebay right now!

And here:

And here:

Vicki Sandstrom - 06:58am Apr 27, 2009 PST(#92 of 98)

In the mid-70's, I remember listening to Kraft Mystery Theater on the radio. It was on an AM station - I wish I knew if it was still being played or how to listen to those stories again... each program was an hour long.

Fran Hinkel - 09:38am May 4, 2009 PST(#93 of 98)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

I don't think I remember that on radio during that time period. I know there used to be a Suspense Theater, I think it was called, on radio. Kraft Mystery Theater would have been on early TV - late 40's to early late 50's - a new owner took over and I believe that is when it was called Kraft Mystery - I think it was Kraft Suspense Theater before that. In any case, I don't think these are available. You might be able to run down the old TV show that someone copied, but the quality will probably not be very good.

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