Copyright 2015, J. David Goldin.
These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of January 20, 2015. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.
92254. Sherlock Holmes. September 29, 1991. Independent Radio Productions syndication, NPR rebroadcast. "A Study In Scarlet". The program was broadcast in England by LBC Radio on the date above, and in the United States by National Public Radio (as part of "NPR Playhouse) in 6 parts between September 29, 1991 and November 3, 1991. Edward Petherbridge, David Peart, Kay Clayton, Mike Shannon (quintuples), Alexandra Mathie (quadruples), Joe Dunlop (triples), Mike McCormack (doubles), Richard Shannon (doubles, adaptor, producer, director), Vincent Marzello, Richard Gofton, Lorelei King, William Roberts (doubles), Aaron Swartz (triples), Stuart Milligan (doubles), Mark Caven, Bo Light, Tim Crook (adaptor, producer, director), Arthur Conan Doyle (author). 3:35:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
88374. Superman. July 31, 1993. BBC Radio5. 10:30 P.M. (UTC). A breathlessly-paced well-produced continuous-action adventure. The last show of the series, perhaps a compilation of adventures from previous programs. Lex Luthor plans to re-open "Two-Mile River." "Metallo" plans to kill both Lex Luthor and Superman. A re-telling of the story of the destruction of Krypton. The news and sports follow the broadcast. William Hukins (?), Lorelei King, Shelley Thompson, Simon Treves, Norman Jones, Terrence Edmond, Vincent Marcello, Elizabeth Lanfield, Nigel Carrington, Stuart Milligan (as Superman), Tim Sturgeon (technical organization), Ian Harker (technical organization), David Blounge (technical organization), Derek Magg (adaptor, producer, director). 31:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
88550. Batman. 1994. BBC Radio1-FM origination, commercially released. "A Knight's Fall". The story is told in sixty-five episodes, edited together as a story. The original programs were about three minutes long, the original opening and closings have been deleted, except for the first opening and last closing. A continuous-action mixture of gothic horror, gung-ho heroism and camp. A new sinister enemy has taken over Gotham City. The entire maximum-security wing of the Ardham Asylum has been breached, all the major villains have escaped and are seeking vengeance. Peter Marinker, Kerry Shale (doubles), William Roberts, Lorelei King, Eric Meyers, Michael Roberts (doubles), Alibe Parsons, James Goode (doubles), Daniel Marinker, Christopher Emmett, Vincent Marzello, Stuart Milligan, Chuck Dixon (writer), Alan Grant (writer), Doug Moench (writer), Dennis O'Neil (writer, editor), Scott Peterson (editor), Mark Russell (composer, conductor), Bob Sessions, Michael Gough, Dirk Maggs (adaptor, producer, director), Bob Kane (creator), Paul Deeley (recorder, mixer). 2:58:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
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