Peter Spence – To the Manor Born (Vintage Beeb)

Soundtrack highlights from the original much-loved BBC TV series starring Penelope Keith and Peter Bowles. This collection was first published on LP in the 1980s. When Audrey fforbes-Hamilton’s husband dies, and she is forced to leave Grantleigh Manor, she takes up residence at the nearby Lodge from where she can keep a watchful eye on the Manor s new owner, Richard DeVere! Featuring the cast of the TV series, including Penelope Keith as Audrey fforbes-Hamilton, Peter Bowles as Richard DeVere and Angela Thorne as Marjory Frobisher.
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Agatha Christie – Crooked House (Dramatised)

With World War II at an end, Charles Hayward is finally free to marry the woman he loves, Sophia Leonides. However, she refuses – the unexplained death of her grandfather, wealthy businessman Aristide Leonides, draws her back to the suffocating environment of her family home. Charles follows, but his arrival coincides with the discovery that Aristides death was murder. The ensuing investigation drags Charles into the dark heart of the family, and its deadly secrets and dangers. Even if Charles escapes with his life, will he survive the corrosive effect of the family itself?
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Gunsmoke – Indian White

Set in Dodge City, Kansas, in the 1870s, Gunsmoke aired on CBS Radio from April 1952 to June 1961. William Conrad starred as U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon, and he was joined by three other regulars: Howard McNear as “Doc” Charles Adams; Georgia Ellis as Kitty Russell; and Parley Baer as Chester Proudfoot. This episode originally aired on September 24, 1955.
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Gunsmoke – Tap Day for Kitty

Set in Dodge City, Kansas, in the 1870s, Gunsmoke aired on CBS Radio from April 1952 to June 1961. William Conrad starred as U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon, and he was joined by three other regulars: Howard McNear as “Doc” Charles Adams; Georgia Ellis as Kitty Russell; and Parley Baer as Chester Proudfoot. This episode originally aired on July 30, 1955.
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Gunsmoke – Gypsum Hills Feud

Set in Dodge City, Kansas, in the 1870s, Gunsmoke aired on CBS Radio from April 1952 to June 1961. William Conrad starred as U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon, and he was joined by three other regulars: Howard McNear as “Doc” Charles Adams; Georgia Ellis as Kitty Russell; and Parley Baer as Chester Proudfoot. This episode originally aired on April 16, 1955.
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Gunsmoke – Innocent Broad

Set in Dodge City, Kansas, in the 1870s, Gunsmoke aired on CBS Radio from April 1952 to June 1961. William Conrad starred as U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon, and he was joined by three other regulars: Howard McNear as “Doc” Charles Adams; Georgia Ellis as Kitty Russell; and Parley Baer as Chester Proudfoot. This episode originally aired on August 6, 1955.
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Gunsmoke – Big Girl Lost

Set in Dodge City, Kansas, in the 1870s, Gunsmoke aired on CBS Radio from April 1952 to June 1961. William Conrad starred as U. S. Marshal Matt Dillon, and he was joined by three other regulars: Howard McNear as “Doc” Charles Adams; Georgia Ellis as Kitty Russell; and Parley Baer as Chester Proudfoot. This episode originally aired on December 19, 1953.
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Tales of the Texas Rangers – Boomerang

Western film star Joel McCrea portrayed Ranger Jace Pearson in NBC’s Tales of the Texas Rangers, covering “more than 260,000 square miles” of modern-day frontier with “50 men who make up the most famous and oldest law enforcement body in North America”. Their job was to solve major crimes, using old-fashioned tracking techniques and psychological analysis. Tales of the Texas Rangers was broadcast from 1950 through 1952, and was later revived on television.
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Tales of the Texas Rangers – The Hatchet

Western film star Joel McCrea portrayed Ranger Jace Pearson in NBC’s Tales of the Texas Rangers, covering “more than 260,000 square miles” of modern-day frontier with “50 men who make up the most famous and oldest law enforcement body in North America”. Their job was to solve major crimes, using old-fashioned tracking techniques and psychological analysis. Tales of the Texas Rangers was broadcast from 1950 through 1952, and was later revived on television.
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Fort Laramie – Playing Indian

Starring Raymond Burr as Captain Lee Quince, Fort Laramie shared many of the same actors, writers, and production staff as Gunsmoke. The program emphasized realism and historical accuracy. Considered one of the greatest radio Westerns, it lasted less than a year, just as Burr was being cast as Perry Mason on TV.
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