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  • Louis L'amour

    Folks far and wide know that the Cactus Kid can handle a pistol with the best of them. But for all his skill and coolness under fire, there's jut one small weakness he can't seem to overcome – and it may prove the death of...read more

  • Louis L'amour

    In this exciting short story, Louis L'Amour, the legendary voice of the American West, celebrates the unique breed of men who worked the great cattle ranches. In this classic story, hard riding Danny Lonigan faces a group of rustlers without fear--or...read more

  • Louis L'amour

    Passion drives Lou Morgan to the town of Battle Basin--passion and the promise of $5000. For in this dusty town lives the wildly irresistible Nana Maduro, the woman Morgan loved enough to kill for, the woman who walked away from him without a word. Now, butter but still caught in her spell, Morgan hires on with one of Nana's suitors to eliminate that man's rival. But when Morgan finds himself the target of two brutal killers, he can't help but wonder what Nana's admirers are really after...or if he'll live to find...read more

  • Josh Selig

    Five episodes from the hugely popular animated series featuring Samuel, Rudy and Muffin – as seen on BBC TV. ‘A Chorus for Us’, ‘Rolling Along’, ‘To Play or Not to Play’, ‘The Muffin Express’ and ‘Samuel’s...read more

  • Charlotte Thompson

    A frank and uncompromising BBC Radio 3 drama about a young woman in prison. Originally broadcast on 5 February 2011 as part of 'The Wire', a showcase for works that push the boundaries of drama and narrative. Tomorrow 23-year-old Ronia will have the most important conversation of her life - her parole hearing. Ronia has been serving an 'Imprisonment for Public Protection' sentence ever since she was eighteen. With an IPP sentence there is no automatic release date: once a prisoner has served their full tariff, they still have to convince a parole board that they've changed. And that's what Ronia must do. After five years, Ronia has long served her tariff, and is ready to persuade the...read more

  • Kathy Tyers

    Nothing has stirred the world's imagination like the Star Wars "RM" trilogy of films. Now, go beyond the scope of the trilogy, delving into stories that don't end with the credits, and thrill to the further adventures of the wild and wooly characters from the famous Mos Eisley cantina scene in the original Star Wars "RM" film. This dramatic, digitally produced audio recording, loaded with original Star Wars music and full-stereo sound effects, brings the otherworldly outposts visited by the likes of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Darth Vader, and Jabba the Hutt vividly and unforgettably to life. We Don't do Weddings The Band's Tale Figrin Da'n and the Modal Nodes, bopping Bithians,...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    This collection contains twelve of the greatest detectiveshows ever broadcast during the golden age of radio. You'll hear SydneyGreenstreet as Nero Wolfe, Howard Duff as Sam Spade, Tom Conway and Nigel Bruceas Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, EdmondO'Brien as Johnny Dollar, and Les Tremayne as Nick Charles, a.k.a. "The ThinMan"-plus many more gumshoes, including Boston Blackie, Philip Marlowe, The FatMan, and others. With this incredible collection, relive twelve of the bestclassic radio detective shows from yesterday and the legendary stars who madethem great. Contents include: TheAdventures of Nero Wolfe, "The Case of the Vanishing Shells,"starring...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    "Texas, more than 260,000 square miles! And fiftymen who make up the oldest and most famous law enforcement body in NorthAmerica!" Like its predecessor, Dragnet, Talesof the Texas Rangers adapted actual police cases for its broadcasts.Leading each week's investigation was Texas Ranger Jayce Pearson, portrayed bymovie star Joel McCrea. Because the stories were set in the present, Pearsonused the latest scientific techniques to identify criminals. Unlike Joe Friday,Pearson didn't have a regular partner, typically working with the local sheriffinstead. Working environments would range from big cities to isolatedwilderness areas that could only be reached on horseback. Produced and directedby...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Hosted by Cecil B. DeMille and starring numerous icons ofthe screen, this collection of old-time radio classics includes six episodes ofThe Lux Radio Theatre-one of thelongest running, most extravagant shows from radio's golden age. The show featured the greatest stars inHollywood appearing in hour-long radio adaptations of their biggest motionpictures, making this lavish production a veritable checklist of many of Hollywood'sbest films from the mid-1930s through the mid-1950s. The stars of the movieusually appeared in their audio counterparts, though sometimes contracts orschedules got in the way. The productions were live, with a full orchestra, andmany Hollywood legends were not used to...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    "Around Dodge City and in the territory out West,there's just one way to handle the killers and the spoilers, and that's with aUS marshal and the smell of ... Gunsmoke!" Radio Westerns were strictly for kids until 1952,when Gunsmoke hit the radio airwaves. The stories were grim,the deaths brutal, and life on the plains was harsh. Radio audiences had neverheard anything like Gunsmoke, and they made it the number oneWestern on the radio. It soon made a successful transition to television,becoming the longest-running dramatic series in television history. JoinWilliam Conrad (Marshal Matt Dillon), Parley Baer (Deputy Chester Proudfoot),Georgia Ellis (Kitty Russell), and Howard McNear (Doc...read more

  • Jerry Stearns

    The Great Northern Audio Theatre creates its own unique, original brand of lighthearted, whimsical, and comic stories that evoke the inventiveness of Firesign Theatre and the sophistication of Norman Corwin, the celebrated American creator of golden-age radio drama. Collected here are eighteen plays, some of which were performed before a live audience at the Mark Time Awards shows. Firesign cofounders David Ossman and Phil Proctor and iconic children’s show host Chuck McCann are among the many actors performing on this ultimate Great Northern Audio Theatre collection. The set includes the following: Cyber Bob and the Digital Nymph Cyber Bob and the Silicon Kid SpaceGirl:...read more

  • Jerry Stearns

    IN THE EMBERS An Independent Feature-Length Audio Drama by Brian Price and Jerry Stearns Length: 215 minutes (3 hours, 35 minutes, 50 seconds) Authors: Brian Price; Jerry Stearns Narrators (in this order): Edwin Strout, Robin Miles, Olivia DuFord, Dawn Krosnowski, Gordon Smuder, Susanne Becker, Tom Joyal, Charlie Meitzner, Dean Johnson, Jacquie Maddix, E. G. Bailey, (interview extras: Joe Bevilacqua, Jerry Stearns, Brian Price) (c) (p) 2015 Brian Price and Jerry Stearns, Great Northern Audio, in association with Waterlogg Productions Description: A song, a pressed flower, and the sound of two girl's voices recovered from a burned wooden beam by using a brand new laser...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Broadway Is My Beat was a dark, gritty radio crime drama that ran on CBS from 1949 until 1954. The series was originally broadcast from New York with Anthony Ross portraying Times Square Police Detective Danny Clover. Produced by Lester Gottlieb, it was directed by John Dietz. But by the thirteenth episode, the series moved to Hollywood (still set in NYC) with producer Elliott Lewis directing a new cast in scripts by Morton Fine and David Friedkin (the duo that would later write and develop TV's popular secret-agent series I Spy). The re-creation of Manhattan's rich, aural tapestry required the talents of three sound effects artists. The opening theme of "I'll Take Manhattan" introduced...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Raymond Chandler's celebrated hard-boiled private eye, Philip Marlowe, made his radio debut in 1945 on the Lux Radio Theatre with "Murder, My Sweet," starring Dick Powell. Two years later, NBC brought the character to the air in his own weekly series starring Van Heflin, The New Adventures of Philip Marlowe. A summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show, the series was short-lived, ending September 9, 1947. CBS revived it in 1948 with The Adventures of Philip Marlowe, starring Gerald Mohr. With producer/director Norman MacDonnell at the helm, the series captured the largest audience in radio by 1949. Scripts were by Gene Levitt, Robert Mitchell, Mel Dinelli, and Kathleen Hite. While Chandler's...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective genius, Sherlock Holmes, is a London-based "consulting detective" whose abilities border on the fantastic. He is known for his incomparable deductive skills, his ability to adopt almost any disguise, and his use of forensic science to solve difficult crimes. Holmes is perhaps the most prolifically portrayed character in history, with more than seventy actors playing the role in over two hundred movies, on top of numerous portrayals on television and radio. For many, however, Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce remain the epitome of the famous detective and his stalwart...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    This Is Your FBI, as the title suggests, was a crime drama that featured true cases from the FBI and was told from an agent's viewpoint. The show's producer and director, Jerry Devine, had once worked for the FBI, so having him for the show would allow each story to be told in the best way possible. J. Edgar Hoover, who was the chief of the FBI at the time, gave it his endorsement, calling it "the finest dramatic program on the air," and gave Devine access to the FBI files for the stories used in the show. The show's main character was Agent Jim Taylor, who handled crime cases on the West Coast. Each thirty-minute episode allowed for the presentation of the criminal's actions, followed up...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Fort Laramie was an adult-oriented Western radio series that aired Sunday afternoons on the CBS radio network in 1956. Produced and directed by Gunsmoke's Norman Macdonnell, this realistic Western drama depicted life at Fort Laramie, an important stop on the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails, as well as a staging point for various military excursions during the nineteenth century. In 1849 the fort was taken over by the United States Army to protect the many wagon trains of migrant travelers on the trail. The fort was located across the North Platte River from the town of Laramie, at the mouth of the Laramie River, in Wyoming Territory. The radio series starred Raymond Burr as Lee...read more

  • Enid Blyton

    In Enid Blyton's bestselling school series Elizabeth Allen is sent away to boarding school and makes up her mind to be the naughtiest pupil there's ever been. Book 07: Naughtiest Girl Saves The Day The school's strawberry plants are vandalised and a lost blazer button at the scene of the crime leads straight to the Naughtiest Girl. It is hers, but how did it get there - and why would anyone want to pin the blame on Elizabeth? Book 08: Well Done, The Naughtiest Girl Elizabeth is desperate to play the piano in the end of school concert. Elizabeth knows Arabella is very good - so she spends every waking minute practising. But exams are looming, and piano practice leaves Elizabeth with...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    In 1949 NBC brought handsome Irish American actor Brian Donlevy to the radio microphones as international troubleshooter Steve Mitchell in the spy series Dangerous Assignment. Mitchell worked for an unnamed US government intelligence agency, whose boss, "the Commissioner," dispatched him to world trouble spots. Mitchell's assignment was to solve problems in record time and in accordance with US interests. The radio series ran from 1949 to 1953, due in part to Donlevy's terrific performances and the mystique of the foreign locations and situations, which radio listeners could create in their own "theater of the mind." During its last year on radio, Donlevy formed a production company to...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    This collection contains twelve of the greatest mystery shows ever broadcast during the golden age of radio, featuring the legendary stars that made them great. You will hear Orson Welles, Humphrey Bogart, Peter Lorre, Vincent Price, Basil Rathbone, Joan Fontaine, and other stars in classic radio episodes from such radio shows as Suspense, Escape, The Whistler, Inner Sanctum, The Screen Director's Playhouse,and The Weird Circle, among others. Settle in to relive twelve of the best classic radio mystery shows from yesteryear: "The Bloody, Bloody Banks of the Fall River" a.k.a. "The Story of Lizzie Borden," with Lou Merrill (09/30/1953); Escape: "Present Tense," with Vincent Price...read more