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Welcome to Times Past  old time radio and nostalgia community. You will find here a variety of nostalgic content from old radio shows of the golden era, as well as photos, video and much more. All the content here is contributed by the members of the community, free for the taking, and is solely for your personal, non-commercial use. There is nothing for sale here. You will find the members at Times Past more than happy to oblige an old-timer, newcomer or visitor alike, all from the love of a hobby. Enjoy your stay, and you are always welcome to partake in the community here and invite your friends. However, there is a zero tolerance policy for spam.

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1 Adam Bede by George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans)

Adam Bede by George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans)

Posted by william warren on February 4, 2015

2 The Men From The Ministry

The Men From The Ministry

Posted by Paul Hudson on January 21, 2013

3 The Saturday Play - Seven Circles around the Fire

The Saturday Play - Seven Circles around the Fire

Posted by Mike Stevens on September 18, 2018

4 Unmade Movies - Hammer Horror's The Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula

Unmade Movies - Hammer Horror's The Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula

Posted by Mike Stevens on October 28, 2017

5 Shane

Shane

Posted by Riklaa on February 7, 2010

6 The Creaking Door

The Creaking Door

Posted by Paul Hudson on July 24, 2013

7 Suspense

Suspense

Posted by David Vopicka on October 28, 2010

8 Max Brand's Outcast Breed (read by Barry Corbin)

Max Brand's Outcast Breed (read by Barry Corbin)

Posted by Robert on September 24, 2013

9 Max Brand's Red Bandanna (read by Barry Corbin)

Max Brand's Red Bandanna (read by Barry Corbin)

Posted by Robert on September 24, 2013

10 Zane Grey's 'Riders Of The Purple Sage'

Zane Grey's 'Riders Of The Purple Sage'

Posted by Riklaa on June 18, 2010

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DEAD MAN'S SHOES by Simon Masters

DEAD MEN'S SHOES by Simon Masters was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 9 June 1984. A heart attack faces Det Insp Jack Branigan with an early retirement party, sympathetic smiles from colleagues and the patronising chit-chat of keen young men like Ray Duerdon, obviously angling for his old job. But that evening, events unfold which are to pit experience against ambition.

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Posted by Robert on April 28, 2018 at 5:30pm — 3 Comments

KILLING THE BUTTERFLY by Colin MacDonald

Killing the Butterfly by Colin MacDonald was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 2 December 2006.  A romantic thriller set on the sleeper between London Euston and Edinburgh. Two murder witnesses are put under police protection pending the High Court trial. But something goes wrong and they have to flee, never knowing whom it's safe to trust. A librarian and a lawyer's PA are thrust into Edinburgh's dark underbelly after witnessing a gangland execution. Though nervous of the consequences, Barker and Hannah agree to give evidence against the killers and are put under police protection until the case comes to court. But news of their whereabouts reaches the killer's friends and the pair have to run for their lives, never knowing who is friend and who is foe.

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Posted by Robert on April 28, 2018 at 5:30pm

A DECENT BRITISH MURDER by Ken Whitmore

A Decent British Murder by Ken Whitmore was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 22 February 1980 Story: - (Please note it is an old recording) Colonel Victor Grace has invited a slightly eclectic bunch of people to spend Christmas with him at his remote house. As well as his batman Albert and his ex-jail-bird maid, his guests are his crime writer sister, the local chief constable, his late son's wife and her knife thrower partner.

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Posted by Robert on April 28, 2018 at 5:00pm

SALT IS LEAVING by JB Priestley

Dr Salt is determined to leave Birkden, but when a patient of his suffering from chronic nephritis suddenly disappears and the police seem unconcerned, he becomes equally determined to find her. His persistence soon makes him some very powerful enemies. Dramatised for radio by Elizabeth Bradbury Produced by Roger Pine

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Posted by Robert on April 28, 2018 at 5:00pm

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Bob and Ray WOR 068 June 14 1973

Captain Larsen sees Carmine in a boat Thursday  June 14  1973.

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Bob and Ray WOR 067 June 13 1973

Walking the plank  Capt turns nice Wednesday  June 13  1973.

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Bob and Ray WOR 065 June 11 1973

Capt Larsen plays clarinet Monday  June 11  1973.

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Bob and Ray WOR 066 June 12 1973

Sea chanteys  Captain turns mean Tuesday  June 12  1973.

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Mutual Radio Theater: The Last of Scrooge (1980-04-09)

Here's an intriguing premise. If nice guys finish last, what happened to Scrooge after Dickens' story ended? Hans Conried stars; Vincent Price introduces. Written by Ken Gerard. Produced and directed by Elliott Lewis..

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Classic

All 7 episodes of the classic television serial from E Nesbit's novel. The serial stars Jenny Agutter as Roberta, two years before she played the same role in the 1970 movie.

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Howdy Doody - 24 September 1960

The final episode of the popular children's television series. In "living color". Complete with NBC Peacock ID, promos for "The Shari Lewis Show" and "National Velvet", plus original commercials for Rice Honeys and Wheat Honeys, along with "Reading is Fun" public service announcement. .

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Howdy Doody - 7 June 1954

An episode of the popular children's TV series. Includes original commercials for Blue Bonnet margarine, and Royal Instant Pudding. Also includes the classic network ID. .

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Howdy Doody - 13 April 1954

An episode of the popular children's TV series. Includes original commercials for Kellogg's Rice Krispies and Colgate Dental Cream aka toothpaste. Also includes the classic network ID. .

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Howdy Doody - 4 February 1954

An episode of the popular children's television series. Includes original commercials for Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, Sweetheart Dolls box top offer, and Royal Gelatin Desserts. Also includes the classic network IDs.  Note: sadly, only a black-and-white copy survives of this episode today, which was ....

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Howdy Doody - 29 December 1953

An episode of the popular children's TV series. Includes original commercials for Kellogg's Rice Krispies. Also includes the classic network ID. .

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