Since 19th century detective stories were very popular among mass audiences - their appeal to wide range of listeners created a numerous radio shows that were telling the stories of either famous detectives or whole police units. Radio detective shows often took inspiration from early 20th century literature and such authors as Agatha Christie or Arthur Conan Doyle.
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Polish radio anthology series that covered wide range of themes and genres - from crime and mystery to sci-fi and even horror.
Anthology show presenting stories of murder and suspense written by the best writers of detective and crime stories.
Hercule Poirot climbs aboard the Orient Express, but everywhere he goes the mysteries are following him.
Nero Wolfe is an eccentric - he never leaves his house, drinks lots of beer and is a gourmet cook. But when it comes to crime he is the best.
Old time radio shows presenting true crime cases from the dark corners of famous Scotland Yard’s Black Museum.
German radio series based on the similar idea as American show Dragnet, where real cases were used as basis for the scripts.
Radio adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle stories about famous detective.
Old time radio show presenting true stories from Scotland Yard’s Black Museum.