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Old Time Radio Shows of the past that bring back fond memories of days gone by when you had to use your imagination and not your eyes days of excitement, intrigue and adventure so come along for the ride here at Yesteryear Old Time Radio. Continue Reading >>
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cbsrmt_1165_love_me_dont_leave_me CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
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cbsrmt_1167_her_long_blonde_hair CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
cbsrmt_1165_love_me_dont_leave_me CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
cbsrmt_1169_murder_on_the_space_shuttle CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
cbsrmt_1166_the_raft CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
cbsrmt_1168_heads_you_love_tails_you_die CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
cbsrmt_1170_last_act CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
cbsrmt_1175_the_first_day_of_eternity CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
cbsrmt_1174_the_million_dollar_scam CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
cbsrmt_1173_pretty_polly CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a multi-genre anthology. It aired over the CBS network almost daily from 1974 to 1982 and included 1,399 episodes. Episodes shared a time slot with the top-of-the-hour news summary. After subtracting the news and commercials, CBSRMT was left with a 45-minute format. The series was hosted, for the most part, by the late E.G. Marshall. The series creator and producer Himan Brown oversaw scripts and, though the daily format restricted the depth of sound effects, each show averaged 45 minutes. The writing was intelligent and the stories were thought-provoking. CBSRMT presented a bit of everything—science fiction, historical drama, ghost stories, horror—but the majority of episodes were murder mysteries, often with a supernatural bent. Because of the enormous volume of episodes, this archive could take up a LOT of time, to the detriment of other areas of this site. Therefore, I've decided to limit the archive to shows which best fit into the Plot Spot's chosen venue of sci-fi, horror, etc.
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