CBS Radio Mystery Theater 1976, page 4

(4.7 stars; 35 reviews)

CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a long-running series of radio dramas created by Himan Brown and hosted by E.G. Marshall. These programs were recorded from a public radio station in 1976. They do not contain news or commercials. #0514 Killer's Helper; 0515 A Two Bit Fortune; 0516 A Magical Place; 0517 The Tell Tale Corpse; 0518 Journey To Jerusalem; 0519 Dr. Peterson's Pills; 0521 A Very Dear Ghost Indeed; 0522 The Rainbow Man; 0525 The Ghostly Private Eye; 0526 One Girl in a Million; 0528 The Clairvoyant; 0530 Private Stock; 0532 The Tortured Twins; 0533 My Wife Doesn't Understand Me; 0534 The God Killers; 0538 The Mission of Atropos; 0539 To Hang By The Neck.

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.



Listenable episodes

(4 stars)

Here's some CBSRMT that came from NPR. (I sure do wish I knew NPR did these re-broadcasts at the time) Although these episodes are still recorded at home by a listener, it's FM radio. Plus, these shows aren't all hacked up by poor editing. In addition, there's no commercials. Personally, the episodes WITH the commercials, to me, are just irritating. The 70's ads lack the charm the 40's and 50's commercials had, but sometimes the news is interesting. Finally, no matter which classic radio drama I'm in the mood to listen to, I come right here to the archives. Another "Thank you" is in order to those of you finding the best audio quality for me to enjoy!

great shows

(5 stars)

Ive never heard shows like these. Ive been downloading all of'em...Ive never got so wrapped up in these kind of programs. Congratulations to those that had this great idea in bringin'em back again...


(5 stars)

Awesome love me some old time radio shows extremely addictive think I've listened to every cbs,otr show out there lol

(4 stars)

these are treat stories and although I understand the need for them the ad's are bloody annoying! but all well performed!

Addicted!! Must have my earphones in and listen nitely!!!

(5 stars)

more great stories

(5 stars)

more fun listening.