We’re a quarter of the way through the year already (where did that time go?) April is such a busy month – with Easter behind us, and Anzac Day, School Holidays and Black Friday coming up – plus Mothers Day around the corner… whew!



Superstitions – we all follow them to some degree. In this short series we
explore the background behind some of them. Narrated by our own Bruce
Ferrier, Superstitions contains 20 short episodes and is at the bargain price
of $9.95.
In a totally different vein is our other new release…Read more

Mystery Is My Hobby

Mystery Is My Hobby
Mystery Is My Hobby is a classic crime drama containing 50 selfcontained
episodes (each around 24 minutes long). Barton Drake is a ‘man
about town’ who enjoys solving the mysteries that others don’t seem able
to. With stars such as June Salter, Ruth Cracknell, Lloyd Berrell and Bruce
Stewart, it’s a great opportunity to be entertained by some very talented
Introductory price of $45.00.
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April Specials – bag a bargain to entertain yourself in ‘all’ that spare time…

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Address Unknown (Vol 4) – missing persons stories $25.00
I Killed Grace Random – a campaigner consumed by guilt $25.00
White Coolies – a nurse’s harrowing diary from WWII $35.00
A Mask For Alexis – cold war drama $40.00
Continuing our series of Fun, Fact, Frivolous or Fiction, this month we focus on our Company founder, Miss Grace Gibson…
1. Grace was born in 1905 in El Paso,
2. Grace came to Australia in 1934
3. Grace set up her own company, Grace
Gibson Radio Productions in 1944.
4. Grace married Ronnie Parr in
1944, but retained her maiden name
5. Grace sold her Company in 1978.
6. Grace wanted to be a movie star and
moved to Hollywood in the late 1920s
with high hopes.
7. Grace was a super saleswoman for
the Radio Transcription Company of
8. Grace sold every product said
Company stocked, to Mr AE Bennett of
Macquarie Broadcasting, Australia.
9. As part of the deal Grace came to
Australia to introduce radio serials to
the Australian public – at a wage that was at least 10 times that of the average Australian male of
the time.
10. Sir Frank Packer ‘gave’ Grace away at her marriage to Ronnie Parr.
A remarkable woman who received the Order of Australia in 1987.
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Order Options:
Website: and use the Paypal secure payment system or phone us on (02) 9906-2244 with credit card details,
or fax (02) 9906-2114, or send a cheque or money order to:
Grace Gibson Productions, PO Box 7377, Leura NSW 2780.
If sending a cheque or money order please ensure you nominate what you are ordering and include your address details for dispatch.
If you do not wish to receive further updates, please email us at with REMOVE in the title line and include your details, or phone us on (02) 9906-2244 or fax on (02) 9906-2114.
A Few Important Notes… Please Consider Carefully Before Ordering:
mp3 Format CDs - these may not play in older CD players
Audio Quality - Whilst we go to great lengths to ensure the audio quality we offer is the best we possibly can - including processing our
material through the worlds best audio processing from CEDAR Cambridge - the programs offered herein have, in many instances, been
retrieved from original recordings produced on 16 inch, 12 inch and 10 inch record albums and may therefore reflect the recording and
reproduction fidelity of their times. In offering these programs for sale to the general public, we cannot accept responsibility, nor offer refunds,
for any disappointment with the audio quality that some of these serials may exhibit.