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0-9 [edit ] A [edit ] , variety, 1930, The A&P Gypsies NBC-Red, 8:30-9:30 p.m. Mondays); The host and band leader was Harry Horlick; Announcers were Phillips Carlin and Milton Cross. [1 ] [2 ] , (1936, NBC, 30 minutes weekly) A.L. Alexander's Goodwill Court , 1943–1952, Mutual, advice A.L. Alexander's Mediation Board [2 ] , children's, (ABC, 1947–1949) The Abbott and Costello Children's Show [1 ] , comedy, 30 minutes, (NBC - 1940, 1942–1947, ABC 1947-1949) The Abbott and Costello Show [1 ] ( Abbott Mysteries Mutual Broadcasting System, 1945–1947, mystery, 30 minutes). Based on the novels by Frances Crane. The stars were Julie Stevens as Jean Abbott and Charles Webster as Pat Abbott. The writers included Howard Merrill and Ed Adamsom. [2 ] , comedy, (1948, CBS, 15 minutes) The Abe Burrows Show [1 ] , comedy, NBC, 1942–1944, 8:00-8:30 p.m. Sunday) Abie's Irish Rose [1 ] , anthology, (CBS, 1946, 30 minutes); Music - Academy Award (radio) Leith Stevens; Producer - Lee Engelbach; Adaptations - Frank Wilson; [1 ] (1934, Accordiana CBS, 8:30-9:00 p.m. Tuesday, with soprano Vivienne Segal, tenor Oliver Smith, and the Abe Lyman Orchestra) , (1927–1928, Acousticon Hour NBC, 5:30-6:00 p.m. Sundays) , 1945 anthology series; one episode - Action High Explosive with Jane Wyatt, Robert Lowery, and star and narrator William Gargan [1 ] (2006–2009) The Adam Carolla Show , game, ABC, 1949, 30 minutes; Host - John Nelson; Add a Line [1 ] , variety, ABC, 1945–1946, 30 minutes; Host and Singer - Adele Clark; Announcer - Gene Kirby; Music - Jack Kelly and his orchestra; The Adele Clark Show [1 ] (1937-1941) Adopted Daughter (1938–1957) Adult Education Series , anthology, Adventure Parade MBS, 1946–1949, 15 minutes; Host/Storyteller - John Griggs; Announcer - George Hogan; [1 ] , adventure, syndicated, 1944, 30 minutes; Elliott Lewis, David Ellis, and Russell Thorson as Bart Friday; Adventures by Morse Barton Yarborough as Skip Turner; Writer/Producer - Carlton E. Morse; [1 ] (1987–present) Adventures in Odyssey The Adventures of Babe Ruth , crime drama, ABC, 1947–1948, 30 minutes; The Adventures of Bill Lance Gerald Mohr as Bill Lance; Announcer - Owen James; [1 ] , adventure, MBS, 1949–1950, 15 minutes. Adventures of The Adventures of Champion Gene Autry's horse, Champion. [1 ] , crime drama, CBS, 1947–1948, 30 minutes. Myron McCormick and Les Damon as Christopher Wells, Charlotte Lawrence and Vicki Vola as Stacy McGill; orchestra - Peter von Streeden. The Adventures of Christopher Wells [1 ] , adventure, syndicated, 1942, 30 minutes. Dick Cole was a comic book character. Leon Janney played Dick Cole. The announcer was Paul Luther and music was by Lew White. The Adventures of Dick Cole [1 ] (1939–1948) The Adventures of Ellery Queen , crime drama, MBS, 1945, 30 minutes. The Adventures of Father Brown [1 ] , adventure, NBC, 1946–1949, 30 minutes. The Adventures of Frank Merriwell [1 ] , adventure, syndicated, 1949–1950, 30 minutes. The stars were Tom Collins and Paul Dubov as Frank Race and Tony Barnett as Mark Donovan. The announcer was The Adventures of Frank Race Art Gilmore, and the music by Ivan Ditmars. [1 ] , (also known as The Adventures of Gracie The Vintage ) comedy, CBS, 1934–1935, 30 minutes. The hosts and stars were White Owl Program George Burns and Gracie Allen. Vocalists included The Picken Sisters and the White Owl Buccaneers. The announcer was Bill Goodwin. Robert E. Dolan led the orchestra. [1 ] , children's, CBS, 1929–1934, 30 minutes. Became The Adventures of Helen and Mary . Estelle Levy played Helen, Patricia Ryan played Mary. Maurice Brown was the announcer. Let's Pretend [1 ] , mystery, MBS, 1944–1945, 30 minutes. Starring The Adventures of Leonidas Witherall Walter Hampden as Leonidas Witherall, Agnes Moorehead and Ethel Remey as Mrs. Mollett and Jack MacBryde as Police Sgt. McCloud. The announcer was Carl Caruso, with music by Milton Kane. The program was produced by Roger Bower. [1 ] (1945–1952) The Adventures of Maisie , mystery, ABC 1943-1944, 30 minutes. The Adventures of Nero Wolfe [1 ] (1944–1954), comedy, CBS 1944-1948, NBC 1948-1949, CBS - 1949, ABC 1949-1954, 30 minutes. The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet [1 ] , crime drama, NBC 1947, CBS 1948-1951. The Adventures of Philip Marlowe [1 ] , adventure, MBS, 1955, 30 minutes. The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin [1 ] (1946–1951) The Adventures of Sam Spade mystery, NBC, 1954–1955, 30 minutes. Claudia Morgan as Jean Abbott and Les Damon as Pat Abbott. The Adventures of the Abbotts [2 ] (1940–1951) The Adventures of Superman (radio) (1941–1950) The Adventures of the Thin Man (1988) Afropop Worldwide (1939–1952) Against the Storm (1933–1943) The Air Adventures of Jimmie Allen (2004–2007) The Al Franken Show (1932–1949) The Al Jolson Show (1928–1947) Al Pearce (1939–1953) The Aldrich Family (1939–1948) Alec Templeton Time (1945–1963) Alex Dreier Alka-Seltzer Time (2000–present) All Songs Considered (1971–present) All Things Considered (2005–present) AllNight with Jason Smith (1965–present) Amazing Facts The Amazing Mr. Malone , mystery, MBS 1946, 30 minutes The Amazing Nero Wolfe (1941) America Calling (1931–1951) The American Album of Familiar Music American Catholic Radio (1973–2005) American Country Countdown American Gold with Dick Bartley (1992–2009) (1945–1963) American Farmer (1937–1956) The American Forum of the Air (1945–present) American Mercury Presents: Meet the Press (1938–1951) American Portraits (1937–1952) American Radio Warblers (1930–1948) The American School of the Air (1970–1995, 1998–present) American Top 40 (1935–1956) America's Town Meeting of the Air (1929–1960) Amos 'n' Andy (1932–1948) The Andre Kostelanetz Show (2008-present) Anything Anything with Rich Russo (1937–1956) The Answer Man (1939–1940) Arch Oboler's Plays (1943–1953) Archie Andrews Arco Birthday Party (2003–present)) Are We Alone? (1941–1954) The Armstrong Theater of Today (1949–1958) The Art of Living (1940–1952) Art Van Damme (1945–1972) Arthur Godfrey Time (1946–1958) Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts (1931–1942) Arthur Tracy, the Street Singer , (1944–1955, Assabe and Sabina WSAN, 15 minutes weekly) The Atwater Kent Hour Audience of Two (2001–present) (1930–1953) Aunt Jemima (1937–1956) Aunt Jenny’s Real Life Stories (1944-1961) Aunt Mary (1941–1945) Author's Playhouse B [edit ] C [edit ] D [edit ] E [edit ] F [edit ] G [edit ] H [edit ] I [edit ] J [edit ] K [edit ] L [edit ] M [edit ] (1933–1960) Ma Perkins Magic Island Major Bowes Capitol Family Hour (1925–1941) (1935–1946) Major Bowes Amateur Hour Make It Happen With Michelle McCullough (2013- Present) (1944–1952) The Man Called X Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1933–1949) (1931–1945) The March of Time (2012–Present) MARINA's Musical Health Talk The (1987–present) Mark & Brian Show (1950–1952) Mark Trail (1989–present) Marketplace Martin Agronsky (1944–1956) The Mary Lee Taylor Show (1937–1954) (1937–1954) Mary Margaret McBride Mary Small (1934–1946) Maurice, the Singer of Romance (1935, NBC, Morrie Abrams, singer) MaslowWoman Live Radio (2012–present, radio network, Dr. W. RICHE, Host) Meet Corliss Archer (1943–1955) (1938) The Mercury Theatre on the Air Meredith Willson (1936–1954) Message of Israel (1935–1956) (1931–present) Metropolitan Opera Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air (1935–1958) The (1996–present) Michael Medved Show The (1992–present) Michael Reagan Radio Show Michael Shayne, crime drama, ABC, 1952–1953, 30 minutes. Robert Sterling played Mike Shayne, with Judith Parrish as Phyllis Knight. Music by John Duffy. (1938) The Mickey Mouse Theater of the Air Midweek Hymn Sing (1926–1936) (2005–present) Midweek Politics (2004–present) The Mike Malloy Show (1992–present) Mike and the Mad Dog The Mildred Bailey Revue (1933–1944) The Milton Berle Show (1939–1948) The Mixing Board with Paul Stewart (2011–present) Modern Romances (1936–1955) Molle Mystery Theater (1943–1954) Mom's the Word (2007–present) Monday Morning Headlines (1944–1956) (1955–1975) Monitor Morgan Beatty News (1942–1953) (1979–present) Morning Edition (2004–2005) Morning Sedition Morning Sickness with Eric and Harrison (2006–present) The Morton Downey Show (1930–1951) (1942–1954) Mr. and Mrs. North (1939–1953) Mr. District Attorney (1937–1955) Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons (1946–1947) Murder at Midnight Music and the Spoken Word ( Mormon Tabernacle Choir) (1929–present) Music Appreciation Hour (1928–1941) Music from Hollywood (1937–1950) Music That Satisfies (1932–1945) Musical Album (1927–1936) (1948–1951) My Favorite Husband (1947–1954) My Friend Irma (1952–1955) My Little Margie Myrt and Marge (1931–1947) (1943–1952) The Mysterious Traveler Mystery Chef (1931–1945) N [edit ] O [edit ] P [edit ] Q [edit ] R [edit ] S [edit ] T [edit ] U [edit ] (1928–1947) Uncle Don University of Chicago Round Table (1933–1955) V [edit ] W [edit ] Waffles Radio website (2006–present) (1932–1955) Walter Winchell’s Journal Walton & Johnson Waltz Time (1933–1948) Washington Merry-Go-Round (1935–1953) We Love and Learn (1942–1951) We, the People (1936–1951) (? - Present) Weekend 22 (1985–present) Weekend Edition Wendy Warren and the News (1947–1958) (1985–present) Whad'Ya Know? (1938–1950) What’s My Name? What’s the Name of That Song? (1944–1954) (1939–1958) When a Girl Marries (1951) The Whisperer (1942–1955) The Whistler The Wife Saver (1932–1942) Wilderness Road (1936–1945) Wings of Healing (1952–1963) Wings Over Jordan (1939–1949) Woman in White (1938–1947) The Woody Herman Show (1945–1956) Words and Music (1931–1945) World News Today (1941–1963) (1994–present) Worldview Wrestling Observer Live (1999–present) X [edit ] (1955–1958) X Minus One The Xavier Cugat Show (1933–1944) Y [edit ] Z [edit ] References [edit ] ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Terrace, Vincent (1999). Radio Programs, 1924-1984:A Catalog of Over 1800 Shows. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN 0-7864-0351-9. ^ a b c d e Dunning, John (1998). On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-507678-8. ^ https://www.wbai.org/program.php?program=99 Sies, Luther F. Encyclopedia of American radio 1920-1960. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2000. ISBN 0-7864-0452-3 Terrace, Vincent (1981). The Radio's Golden Years: Encyclopedia of Radio Programs, 1930-1960. A. S. Barnes. See also [edit ]