Golden Classics Great Radio Shows

Golden Classics Great Radio Shows - Classic Radio Shows spanning the last 90 years. Shows from all genre, adventure, comedy, crime, horror and sci-fi.

December 29th, 2019    

Paul Temple 1942-12-18 Intervenes part 8 of 8 Introducing the Marquis

December 29th, 2019    

Paul Temple 1942-12-11 Intervenes part 7 of 8 The October Hotel

December 29th, 2019    

Paul Temple 1942-12-04 Intervenes part 6 of 8 Above Suspicion

December 29th, 2019    

Paul Temple 1942-11-27 Intervenes part 5 of 8 Temple Keeps an Appointment

December 29th, 2019    

Paul Temple 1942-11-20 Intervenes part 4 of 8 A Warning from the Marquis

December 29th, 2019    

Paul Temple 1942-11-13 Intervenes part 3 of 8 Kellaway Manor

December 29th, 2019    

Paul Temple 1942-11-06 Intervenes part 2 of 8 Concerning Sir Felix Raybourn

December 29th, 2019    

Paul Temple 1942-10-30 Intervenes part 1 of 8 The Marquis

December 29th, 2019    

33 Half Moon Street - SA_65-08-26_(14)_Green For Danger

This story centred around the private investigations company of “Assignments Unlimited”, an organization that investigated uncommon cases and who guaranteed successes at all time. The main character was Aubrey Mason, chief investigator played by Michael Todd. In essence, this story reminds a lot of “Address Unknown”, with Henry Simon being replaced by Aubrey Mason. Instead of missing persons being sought, this time around its uncommon cases being investigated and solved. The first 17 episodes were written by Adrian Steed, who later became a well-known face on South African Television as presenter and newsreader. The remaining episodes were written by another very famous Springbok Radio personality, Douglas Laws.

December 29th, 2019    

33 Half Moon Street - SA_65-08-19_(13)_A Widow In Black.

This story centred around the private investigations company of “Assignments Unlimited”, an organization that investigated uncommon cases and who guaranteed successes at all time. The main character was Aubrey Mason, chief investigator played by Michael Todd. In essence, this story reminds a lot of “Address Unknown”, with Henry Simon being replaced by Aubrey Mason. Instead of missing persons being sought, this time around its uncommon cases being investigated and solved. The first 17 episodes were written by Adrian Steed, who later became a well-known face on South African Television as presenter and newsreader. The remaining episodes were written by another very famous Springbok Radio personality, Douglas Laws.

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