Dramas were always, together with comedy, the most important shows in any radio network schedule. While comedy was providing light entertainment the dramas were offering often complicated dilemmas that people might have stumbled upon in real life - from brushes with the law to every day problems that needed solution.
The everyday hardships of Los Angeles Police Department officers, who face criminals in the streets of City of Angels.
Captain Lee Quince and his 400 men in Fort Laramie are guarding Sioux warriors in nearby reservation, facing all the hardship of life in the Old West.
Grand Central Station in New York City, the place where trains from whole United States arrive bringing the passengers and their stories.
Polish radio anthology series that covered wide range of themes and genres - from crime and mystery to sci-fi and even horror.
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 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.
Young Doctor Kildare is idealistic surgeon working in one of the New York City hospitals, where every day he deals with life-changing decisions.