June 23, 2023

“The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio”

“The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio”

Are you ready for a mystery? Get ready to unleash your inner sleuth. Every day Monday-Saturday, Host Adam Graham will feature a different detective audio drama from the Golden Age of Radio. Our current mystery-solving line-up of radio detectives includes Sam Spade, Yours Truly Johnny Dollar, Dangerous Assignment, Philo Vance, and Tales of the Texas Rangers.

Whether you’re wanting to listen to a mystery before going to sleep or enjoy some drama while driving, or just feel nostalgia for old-school radio fiction, we have you covered with six audio dramas every week.

First up, “The Man Called X: Operation Cabal”

Ken goes to a country in the southern hemisphere to prevent a revolution.

Original Air Date: May 27, 1952

Next up, “Yours Truly Johnny Dollar: The Cut Bono Matter”

Johnny continues his investigation into the killing of a county attorney by his daughter. Was it really an accident or something else? A lot of townspeople don’t like him asking.

Original Radio Broadcast Dates: February 15, 16, and 17, 1956

Podcast Award finalist Host Adam Graham will be your guide through dozens of old-time radio detective series since 2009. He provides insightful commentary and humor after each episode and responds to listener questions and feedback. You can subscribe to the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio from your favorite podcast app or by visiting at their website and listen to more episodes.

We hope you enjoyed listening to a few tales from The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio. But if this wasn’t to your taste, check out the Audio Arts Page at Fictional Cafe. We’ll have something new for you every other Friday, 7 PM, EST. So don’t change that dial!

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1 comment
  • Colonel Jon D. Marsh says:

    Ah, I remember well those nights in Berngausen listening to the Armed Forces Network and hanging on every word of the radio plays.
    Great to hear again.

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