One of the most widely used concepts for radio shows where the anthology shows, or sometimes referred to as radio theater shows. Each episode presented different story, set in different reality, often with different cast. It was the chance for theater actors to show their talents in classic repertoire, but at the same time they presented adaptations of not well known authors.
Science fiction anthology series presenting short stories by the most popular scifi authors of the era.
Science fiction anthology radio drama series containing different stories in each episode. Among the authors were Isaac Asimov and Ray Bradbury.
Polish radio anthology series that covered wide range of themes and genres - from crime and mystery to sci-fi and even horror.
Anthology series that presented stories of mystery and suspense, not to mention the creaking door that were not fixed throughout the 10 years of program original broadcasting.
Radio anthology series that had unique approach to the genre - instead of digging up unknown short stories or adapting classics they took up Broadway and Hollywood.
Radio series of macabre and supernatural stories surrounding people, who think murder is the way ahead.
Radio drama anthology similar in style to classics like The Mysterious Traveler and The Whistler, but produced in 1970s and early 1980s and with more broad variety of genres.
One of the longest running suspense and mystery anthology radio series that ran from 1940 (or rather 1942) until 1962 and had the biggest stars of Hollywood appearing in different episodes.
One of the few anthology radio shows directed and hosted by Orson Welles. Show presented wide range of material, from drama to comedy, poetry and commentary on current events.