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The Age of Classic Radio was a time of innovation and experimentation in radio drama. A direct descendant of The Columbia Workshop, The CBS Radio Workshop not only continued to push boundaries in terms of utilizing story, music, voice and more in exciting, modern ways, it broke new ground in radio drama. From having author Aldous Huxley narrate the adaptation of his ‘Brave New World’ for the show’…

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The popular CBS Radio Workshop series is back with Volume 2! This seven hour set contains fourteen radio dramas, including children’s author, lyricist and playwright Edward Eager’s “The Toledo War”; an adaptation of the best-selling “The Little Prince”, Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s most famous work which was autobiographical; John Cheever’s “The Enormous Radio”, which allows a family to hear what go…

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Volume 3 of the CBS Radio Workshop includes “Subways are for Sleeping”, an adaptation of the novel by Edmund Love, who actually slept on the subways in the Fifties; “An Analysis of Satire” by Stan Freberg, best known today for his voice actor work with Warner Brothers animation; “A Pride of Carrots, or Venus Well Served”, by Robert Nathan, best known for films made from his novels (The Bishop’s Wi…

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Volume 4 of CBS Radio Workshop includes “All Is Bright”, a history of the famous Christmas song; “1489 Words”, based on a text piece by Thomas Wolfe and adapted by Jerry Goldsmith; a two-part adaptation of Frederick Pohl and Cyril M. Cornbluth’s The Space Merchants; Archibald MacLeish’s “Air Raid”, the series’ only re-broadcast, which had first been written for the 1938 Columbia Workshop; Henry Fr…

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Volume 5 of CBS Radio Workshop includes “Epitaphs”, from Edgar Lee Master’s Spoon River Anthology; Norman Dello Joio’s “Meditations On Ecclesiastes”), which won the 1957 Pulitzer Prize for music, conducted on the program by Alfredo Antonini; James Thurber’s “You Could Look It Up”; Robert Heinlein co-adapted his short story “The Green Hills of Earth; Edgar Allan Poe’s “Never Bet the Devil Your Head…

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