Category: Amazing World of Radio

Feed for the Amazing World of Radio podcast.

AWR0106: Academy Award Theater: Stranger in My House (Kirk Douglas Celebration)

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A psychiatrist falls in love with his patient and moves her in with his family leading to serious problems.

Original Air Date: October 2, 1946

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AWR0105: Suspense: The Story of Markham’s Death (Kirk Douglas Celebration)

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A mystery writer with writer’s block discovers a lost Edgar Allan Poe manuscript while visiting London and decides to rewrite it to bring back his career.

Original Air Date: October 2, 1947

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AWR0104: The Short Career of Dexter Coles (Jack Webb Centennial)

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A writer sells out to a corrupt political machine boss in order to give a better life to his daughter.

Original Air Date: February 8, 1950

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AWR0103: Escape: Poison (Jack Webb Centennial)

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A man’s bigoted friend is trapped in bed with a deadly snake, and the only one who can help is a doctor from India.

Original Air Date: July 28, 1950

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AWR0102: Guest Star: By Mere Coincidence and Hour of St. Francis: Welcome Home, Soldier (Jack Webb Centennial)

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In “Mere Coincidence,” a salesman ends up with someone else’s luggage and then learns the hard way that the owner is a Soviet Agent. Original Air Date:June 21, 1953

In “Welcome Home, Soldier,” Jack Webb reads an open letter to a quadruple amputee veteran of the Korean War. Original Air Date: June 17, 1951

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