Portrait of Jennifer

The heart-warming and moving story of a girl who is suddenly transported from amonotonous existence to the glamorous and heady atmosphere of high fashion.

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy is a tough, intelligent detective with a less-than-routine day job.

The Passing parade Vol 21&22

Volume 21&22 is a further selection of 100 tracks from that Passing Parade.

Monthly Specials

Visit our monthly Specials page and pick up a bargain.

Life With Dexter Vol 2

Willie Fennell created this iconic Australian radio sit-com in 1953 and it ran until 1964. Dexter Dutton is lovable, laughable and ludicrous at times.

The Castlereagh Line Vol 1

Grace Gibson’s all-time most popular radio drama is centred around two great business empires fuelled by hatred.

Grace Gibson Radio Classics – Crime & Mystery Vol 4

American born Miss Grace Gibson brought the first radio transcription programmes to Australia in 1934 and remained to play a leading role in the Australian Broadcasting Industry.

Keith Scott: ‘The Voices In My Head Won’t Stop’

Keith Scott has been Australia’s top impressionist for many years

Dossier on Dumetrius

… the story of a document now gathering dust in a silent room. Dossier on Dumetrius was one of Grace Gibson’s best-loved and most successful ‘spy’ serials.

Justice

Stories taken from the Court Rooms of the world – where young and old, rich and poor, the meanest of criminals and persons from any level of society, all stand in equal judgement.
52 x 24 minute episodes across 2 CDs.

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Reg Johnston

Reg Johnston was Grace Gibson’s first production manager – he and Grace were soul mates in terms of what they wanted to create.   His radio career began when he walked in off the street to ask about a job at 2GB, and was immediately hired. After stints as a cadet...

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Yes, What? Book

This is the story of The Fourth Form at St Percy’s – and the players who made one of Australia’s funniest radio shows.   Written by Bob Hawker and the late Vern Sundfors, with a foreword by Bert Newton, this is the ultimate guide to Yes, What?   It provides...

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Theatre of the mind

Recently Bruce gave a presentation to the Leura Literary Group. As avid readers this group really appreciates the ‘theatre of the mind’ that radio dramas create.   Most of the members were very familiar with radio dramas from years gone by and commented on how so...

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