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21st Precinct - The Sprinter (06-16-54)  


The Sprinter (Aired June 16, 1954)
The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21ST PRECINCT and not TWENTY-FIRST PRECINCT or TWENTY FIRST PRECINCT which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. Actual cases would be used as the basis for stories. It was mentioned in each episode's closing by the announcer that, "Twenty-firstPrecinct is presented with the official cooperation of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association an organization of more than 20,000 members of the Police Department, City of New York." THIS EPISODE: June 16, 1954. "The Sprinter" - CBS network origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The music fill has been deleted. Everett Sloane, John Ives (producer), Stanley Niss (writer, director), Ken Lynch. 28:42. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Appendix 4: Utan kroppen ingen golf! KG Nissén är gäst  

GÄST: KG Nissén, sjukgymnast sen -83, jobbar med svenska landslagsgolfare på både dam- och herrsidan samt på touren. Han berättar om den viktiga uppvärmningen, ger dig konkreta rörlighetsövningar, svarar på Tee Party-tittarnas frågor och reder ut allt mellan kalla bad och bärbagar. Samt berättar om Kalsongtestet!

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21st Precinct - The Case Of The Sailor's Family (08-04-53)  


The Case Of The Sailor's Family (Aired August 4, 1953)
The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21ST PRECINCT and not TWENTY-FIRST PRECINCT or TWENTY FIRST PRECINCT which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. Actual cases would be used as the basis for stories. It was mentioned in each episode's closing by the announcer that, "Twenty-firstPrecinct is presented with the official cooperation of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association an organization of more than 20,000 members of the Police Department, City of New York." THIS EPISODE: August 4, 1953. "The Case Of The Sailor's Family" - CBS network origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. A Sailor's Family is missing after a fire. Everett Sloane, John Ives (producer), Stanley Niss (writer, director), Ken Lynch. 27:25. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


21st Precinct - The Dying Declaration (03-16-55)  


The Dying Declaration (Aired March 16, 1955)
The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21st Precinct and not Twenty-First Precinct or Twenty First Precinct which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. Actual cases would be used as the basis for stories. It was mentioned in each episode's closing by the announcer that, "Twenty-firstPrecinct is presented with the official cooperation of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association an organization of more than 20,000 members of the Police Department, City of New York." THIS EPISODE: March 16, 1955. "The Dying Declaration" - CBS network origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The system cue and music fill have been deleted. A well-liked local merchant is charged with the murders of his wife and a man.) Everett Sloane, Stanley Niss (writer, director), Ken Lynch, Harold Stone, Frank Knox, Elspeth Eric, John Larkin, Mandel Kramer, John Sylvester, George Bryan (announcer). 26:37. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Gangbusters - Case Of The Quincy Killers (04-24-48)  


The Case Of The Quincy Killers (Aired April 24, 1948)
Gang Busters was an American dramatic radio program heralded as "the only national program that brings you authentic police case histories." It premiered as G-Men, sponsored by Chevrolet, on July 20, 1935. After the title was changed to Gang Busters January 15, 1936, the show had a 21-year run through November 20, 1957. Beginning with a barrage of loud sound effects — guns firing and tires squealing — this intrusive introduction led to the popular catch phrase "came on like Gang Busters."The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover. THIS EPISODE: April 24, 1948. Program #526. ABC network origination, syndicated, WRVR-FM, New York rebroadcast. "The Case Of The Quincy Killers". Participating sponsors. A father and son team specialize in kidnapping, theft and murder. This program is noted for its use of a melodeon instead of the usual organ. WRVR rebroadcast date: July 9, 1973. Ted Corday (director), Stanley Niss (writer), William Zuckert, Bill Smith, Phillips H. Lord (producer), Don Gardiner (announcer), Ben Hunter (KEX Portland Oregon announcer). 23:57. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


The CBS Radio Workshop - Cops and Robbers (03-16-56)  


Cops and Robbers (Aired March 16, 1956)
Beginning with CBS' Columbia Workshop from 1936 to 1947, CBS set out to experiment with Radio--to push that invisible envelope of the speed of sound, the speed of light, and to capitalize on the human listeners' comparitively narrow band of audible sound. Not so much experiment in terms of hardware technology, as in Radio's earliest efforts in 'broad casting' radio transmissions, but in concept, engineering, scoring and production technique. The most well-known and widely acclaimed proponent of these techniques was Norman Corwin. Corwin was so critically and popularly successful in experimental broadcasts that CBS gave him virtual carte blanche to produce whatever projects he deemed of possible interest--at least until the HUAC years anyway. Corwin's well-deserved acclaim aside, the various other CBS experimental programming efforts over the years very much set the bar for other networks. THIS EPISODE: March 16, 1956. CBS network. "Cops and Robbers". Sustaining. A crime is solved on the air. Real cops...not-so-real robbers. The system cue has been deleted. John Sylvester, Larry Haines, Elspeth Eric, Ken Lynch, Stanley Niss (narrator, writer, conceiver, director), Paul Roberts (producer), Art Hannes (announcer). 29:10. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


21st. Precinct - The Platform (01-13-54)  


The Platform (Aired January 13, 1954)
The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21st Precinct and not Twenty-First Precinct or Twenty First Precinct which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. Actual cases would be used as the basis for stories. It was mentioned in each episode's closing by the announcer that, "Twenty-firstPrecinct is presented with the official cooperation of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association an organization of more than 20,000 members of the Police Department, City of New York. THIS EPISODE: January 13, 1954. "The Platform" - CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The program starts with a raid on a dice game. A woman arrives and claims a killer at large has been in touch with her husband. Everett Sloane, John Ives (producer), Stanley Niss (writer, director), Ken Lynch, Barbara Weeks, Scott Tennyson, Santos Ortega, Larry Haines, John Sylvester, Harold Stone, Art Hannes (announcer). 30:18. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Puheen Iltapäivä: Uuden Musiikin Kilpailun kulisseissa osa 3: 27.01.2017 15.10  

UMK17-ennakkoäänet paljastettiin torstaina. Ennakkoäänissä erottuu selvästi kolmen kärki, mutta komeimman potin kerännyt esitys on ihan omassa sarjassaan. Emman Circle of Light sai ennakkoäänistä lähes kolmanneksen, 30,4 prosenttia. Toisiksi suurimman osuuden ennakkoäänistä kahmaisi My First Band kappaleella Paradise, joka oli esikatseluraadin suosikki. Kolmanneksi kisassa ennakkoäänistä sijoittui Zühlken Perfect Villain. Mutta ennakkoäänestys on vasta alkua Suomen euroviisuehdokkaan valinnalle. Varsinainen kamppailu käydään lauantai-illan finaalissa, jolloin on suoran yleisöäänestyksen ja kansainvälisten raatien pisteidenannon aika. Tiina Lundberg piipahti seuraamassa UMK:n harjoituksia ja nappasi hihasta kiinni Zühlkeä, My First Bandin kundeja ja lopuksi kävi läpi koko biisikattauksen Mikko Silvennoisen kanssa.

21st Precinct - The Brother (04-14-54)  


The Brother (Aired April 14, 1954)
21st Precinct was one of the realistic police drama series of the early- to mid-1950's that were aired in the wake of DRAGNET. Hard-boiled private detective series that often portrayed police as inept or incompetent were losing favor. NBC's Dragnet had proven that a realistic police show could attract and hold an audience. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to- day operations of a single police precinct. Actual cases would be used as the basis for stories. It was mentioned in each episode's closing by the announcer that, "Twenty-first Precinct is presented with the official cooperation of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association an organization of more than 20,000 members of the Police Department, City of New York." THIS EPISODE: April 14, 1954. "The Brother" - CBS network origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The music fill has been deleted. Everett Sloane, John Ives (producer), Stanley Niss (writer, director), Eileen Palmer, Bryna Raeburn, Wendell Holmes, Joe DeSantis, Martin Newman, Santos Ortega, Art Hannes (announcer). 30:00. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Gangbusters - The Case Of The Dakota Bad-Man (02-28-48)  


The Case Of The Dakota Bad-Man (Aired February 28, 1948)
Gangbusters was an American dramatic radio program heralded as "the only national program that brings you authentic police case histories." It premiered as G-Men, sponsored by Chevrolet, on July 20, 1935. After the title was changed to Gangbusters January 15, 1936, the show had a 21-year run through November 20, 1957. Beginning with a barrage of loud sound effects — guns firing and tires squealing — this intrusive introduction led to the popular catch phrase "came on like Gangbusters."The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover insisted that only closed cases would be used. THIS EPISODE: February 28, 1948. "The Case Of The Dakota Bad-Man" - Program #518. ABC network origination, syndicated, WRVR-FM, New York aircheck. Sponsored by: World Wide Handicrafts. John Frederick Benson has escaped from custody in Texas...while wearing handcuffs! WRVR rebroadcast date: May 28, 1973. The syndicated rebroadcast is identified as, "The Case Of John Frederick Benson" Don Gardiner (announcer), William Sweets (director), Stanley Niss (writer), Phillips H. Lord (producer), Ken Lynch, Charlotte Lawrence. 22:14. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


21st Precinct - The Shopping Bag Lady (04-12-56)  


The Shopping Bag Lady (Aired April 12, 1956)
21st Precinct was one of the realistic police drama series of the early- to mid-1950's that were aired in the wake of DRAGNET. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operation of a single police precinct. Actual cases were used as the basis for stories. "21st Precinct.., It's just lines on a map of the city of New York. Most of the 173,000 people wedged into the nine-tenths of a square mile between Fifth Avenue and the East River wouldn't know, if you asked them, that they lived or worked in the 21st. Whether they know it or not, the security of their persons, their homes, and their property is the job of the men of the 21st." The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series. THIS EPISODE: April 12, 1956. CBS network origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "The Shopping Bag". Elderly Mary Klatovy is run down and killed by a taxi cab. It is determined that she has $9643 in cash in her shopping bag. Everett Sloane, Stanley Niss (writer, director), Ken Lynch, Harold Stone, Lola Peyser, Jan Miner, Les Damon, Frank Campanella, George Bryan (announcer). 27:07. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Gangbusters - The Case Of The Counterfeit Combine (01-29-49)  


The Case Of The Counterfeit Combine (Aired January 29, 1949)
The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover insisted that only closed cases would be used. The initial series was on NBC Radio from July 20 - October 12, 1935. It then aired on CBS from January 15, 1936 to June 15, 1940, sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive and Cue magazine. From October 11, 1940 to December 25, 1948, it was heard on the Blue Network, with various sponsors that included Sloan's Liniment, Waterman pens and Tide. Returning to CBS on January 8, 1949, it ran until June 25, 1955, sponsored by Grape-Nuts and Wrigley's chewing gum. The final series was on the Mutual Broadcasting System from October 5, 1955 to November 27, 1957. THIS EPISODE: January 29, 1949. Program #565. CBS net origination, syndicated, WRVR-FM, New York rebroadcast. "The Case Of The Counterfeit Combine". Sponsored by: World-Wide Handicrafts. A counterfeiting gang is caught when one of the members buys a live turkey from a suspcious farmer. A detailed description of counterfeit $10 and $20 bills is given instead of "Gangbusters Nationwide Clues." WRVR rebroadcast date: July 16, 1973. Mandel Kramer, Elspeth Eric, Stanley Niss (writer), William Sweets (director), Jay Jackson (announcer), Phillips H. Lord (producer). 25:18. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


21st Precinct - Doctor's Daughter Missing (04-20-55)  


Doctor's Daughter Missing (Aired April 20, 1955)
21st Precinct was one of the realistic police drama series of the early- to mid-1950's that were aired in the wake of Dragnet. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operation of a single police precinct. Actual cases were used as the basis for stories. The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21st Precinct and not Twenty-First Precinct or Twenty First Precinct which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. Actual cases would be used as the basis for stories. It was mentioned in each episode's closing by the announcer that, "Twenty-first Precinct is presented with the official cooperation of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association an organization of more than 20,000 members of the Police Department, City of New York." Show Notes From The Digital Deli. THIS EPISODE: April 20, 1955. "Doctor's Daughter Missing" - CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The system cue and music fill have been deleted. Announced as the last program of the current series. Everett Sloane, Stanley Niss (writer, director), Ken Lynch, Harold Stone, Lola Peyser, Jan Miner, Les Damon, Frank Campanella, George Bryan (announcer). 28:24. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


21st Precinct - Doctor's Daughter Missing (04-20-55)  


Doctor's Daughter Missing (Aired April 20, 1955)
21st Precinct was one of the realistic police drama series of the early- to mid-1950's that were aired in the wake of Dragnet. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operation of a single police precinct. Actual cases were used as the basis for stories. The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21st Precinct and not Twenty-First Precinct or Twenty First Precinct which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. Actual cases would be used as the basis for stories. It was mentioned in each episode's closing by the announcer that, "Twenty-first Precinct is presented with the official cooperation of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association an organization of more than 20,000 members of the Police Department, City of New York." Show Notes From The Digital Deli. THIS EPISODE: April 20, 1955. "Doctor's Daughter Missing" - CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The system cue and music fill have been deleted. Announced as the last program of the current series. Everett Sloane, Stanley Niss (writer, director), Ken Lynch, Harold Stone, Lola Peyser, Jan Miner, Les Damon, Frank Campanella, George Bryan (announcer). 28:24. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Malung – orten som satte skinnmodet på Sverigekartan  

Vid infarten till Malung står en stor skylt som hälsar välkommen till "världens skinncentrum". I veckans Stil reser vi till orten i Dalarna som har blivit känd för sin skinnindustri. Malung har varit centrum för Sveriges skinnindustri i flera hundra år. När Carl von Linné kom till Malung, på sin Dalaresa år 1734, blev han djupt imponerad av ortsbornas flitiga och flinka sätt att tillreda ”allmogens ludna kläder”.Många år senare, under skinnföretagen i Malungs storhetstid, på 1950- och 60-talet, fanns här runt 150 olika företag på samma gång – allt från stora fabriker med många anställda till hemmaskräddare som satt i sina små hus och sydde jackor och handskar.Vid den här tiden blev design ett allt viktigare element. Från att ha tillverkat mer traditionella arbetsplagg, som skinntröjor, handskar och bryggarfrackar, började man nu följa modets utveckling i Paris och många företag anställde utbildade designers för att kunna hänga med i modets trendsvängningar. Skinnindustrin i Malung hade blivit till modeindustri.Idag ser situationen dock lite annorlunda ut. Det finns numera endast runt femton skinnföretag kvar i Malung, men arvet och traditionen hålls fortfarande vid liv, något som inte minst märks på bygdens många skinnbutiker – ett populärt stopp för turister på väg mot fjällens skidmarker.I veckans program blickar vi både framåt och bakåt, mot historien. Vi besöker PG Elfström, ett gammalt familjeföretag som idag är det enda skinnföretaget i Malung som fortfarande har kvar sin produktion i stan – en bit utanför centrum ligger deras lilla fabrik. Vi besöker också företaget Jofama som grundades i Malung 1926 av Niss Oskar Jonsson. Idag satsar företaget stort på designsamarbeten med svenska kändisar. Vi träffar Victor Mir Ahmadi som har studerat på Skinnskolan i Malung, men betyder det nödvändigtvis att man får jobb inom stadens skinnindustri? Vi tittar även närmare på konflikten mellan raggare och punkare i 1980-talets Malung – två subkulturer där just skinn spelat en stor roll när det handlar om stil. Och så pratar vi med Carina Klar som driver en skinnbutik som hon vill ska representera det Nya Malung och samtidigt vara en plats dit alla är välkomna.Programledare den här veckan är Erik Sjölin.--Vill ni veta mer om Malungs skinnindustri kan ni besöka www.malungsskinn.se. Bakom sidan står Hans Öjes, född och uppvuxen i Malung där hans familj drev skinnföretag. Syftet med sidan är att dokumentera Malungs skinnindustri och dess historia. Han har grävt djupt i arkiven, genom att åka runt till till folk på bygden och samla ihop sparad information i form av dokument, tidningsartiklar, klädetiketter, reklamannonser och fotografier. I sina efterforskningar har Hans Öjes hittat namnet på 235 skinnföretag som vid olika tidpunkter har varit aktiva i Malung.

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21st Precinct - The Nolen Brothers (07-07-53)  


The Nolen Brothers (Aired July 7, 1953)
21st Precinct was one of the realistic police drama series of the early- to mid-1950's that were aired in the wake of Dragnet. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operation of a single police precinct. Actual cases were used as the basis for stories. The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21st Precinct and not Twenty-First Precinct or Twenty First Precinct which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. THIS EPISODE: July 7, 1953. CBS network. "The Nolen Brothers" - Sustaining. The first show of the series. An exciting story about three desperate bank robbers trapped in a Bronx apartment and more than willing to shoot it out. Everett Sloane, Lawson Zerbe, Mandel Kramer, Ken Lynch, Joan Lorring, Barbara Weeks, Art Hannes (announcer), Bill Lipton, Wendell Holmes, Stanley Niss (writer, director), John Ives (director). 27:57. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


21st Precinct - The Nolen Brothers (07-07-53)  


The Nolen Brothers (Aired July 7, 1953)
21st Precinct was one of the realistic police drama series of the early- to mid-1950's that were aired in the wake of Dragnet. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operation of a single police precinct. Actual cases were used as the basis for stories. The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21st Precinct and not Twenty-First Precinct or Twenty First Precinct which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. THIS EPISODE: July 7, 1953. CBS network. "The Nolen Brothers" - Sustaining. The first show of the series. An exciting story about three desperate bank robbers trapped in a Bronx apartment and more than willing to shoot it out. Everett Sloane, Lawson Zerbe, Mandel Kramer, Ken Lynch, Joan Lorring, Barbara Weeks, Art Hannes (announcer), Bill Lipton, Wendell Holmes, Stanley Niss (writer, director), John Ives (director). 27:57. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Gangbusters - The Cumberland Safe-Cracker (03-27-48)  


The Cumberland Safe-Cracker (Aired March 27, 1948)
Gangbusters was an American dramatic radio program heralded as "the only national program that brings you authentic police case histories." It premiered as G-Men, sponsored by Chevrolet, on July 20, 1935. After the title was changed to Gangbusters January 15, 1936, the show had a 21-year run through November 20, 1957. Beginning with a barrage of loud sound effects — guns firing and tires squealing — this intrusive introduction led to the popular catch phrase "came on like Gangbusters."The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover insisted that only closed cases would be used. THIS EPISODE: March 27, 1948. Program #522. ABC network origination, syndicated, WRVR-FM, New York aircheck. "The Case Of The Cumberland Safecracker ". Sponsored by: Stereo Exchange. The criminal career of Ray Earnest, a cautious crook. A "smart" robber is taken in by a "dumb" cop. The gang blows the post office safe during a town square dance. WRVR rebroadcast date: January 22, 1973. The syndicated rebroadcast is announced as, "The Case Of The Ray Earnest Gang." Les Griffith (announcer), Stanley Niss (writer), William Sweets (director), John Larkin, Will Geer, Phillips H. Lord (producer). 24:35. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Gangbusters - The Cumberland Safe-Cracker (03-27-48)  


The Cumberland Safe-Cracker (Aired March 27, 1948)
Gangbusters was an American dramatic radio program heralded as "the only national program that brings you authentic police case histories." It premiered as G-Men, sponsored by Chevrolet, on July 20, 1935. After the title was changed to Gangbusters January 15, 1936, the show had a 21-year run through November 20, 1957. Beginning with a barrage of loud sound effects — guns firing and tires squealing — this intrusive introduction led to the popular catch phrase "came on like Gangbusters."The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover insisted that only closed cases would be used. THIS EPISODE: March 27, 1948. Program #522. ABC network origination, syndicated, WRVR-FM, New York aircheck. "The Case Of The Cumberland Safecracker ". Sponsored by: Stereo Exchange. The criminal career of Ray Earnest, a cautious crook. A "smart" robber is taken in by a "dumb" cop. The gang blows the post office safe during a town square dance. WRVR rebroadcast date: January 22, 1973. The syndicated rebroadcast is announced as, "The Case Of The Ray Earnest Gang." Les Griffith (announcer), Stanley Niss (writer), William Sweets (director), John Larkin, Will Geer, Phillips H. Lord (producer). 24:35. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


21st Precinct - The Plant (12-25-53)  


The Plant (Aired December 25, 1953)
The Precinct Captain acted as the narrator for the series.The official title of the series according to the series scripts and the CBS series promotional materials was 21st Precinct and not Twenty-First Precinct or Twenty-First Precinct which appears in many Old-Time Radio books. In 1953 CBS decided to use New York City as the backdrop for their own half-hour police series and focus on the day-to-day operations of a single police precinct. Actual cases would be used as the basis for stories. It was mentioned in each episode's closing by the announcer that, "Twenty-firstPrecinct is presented with the official cooperation of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association an organization of more than 20,000 members of the Police Department, City of New York." THIS EPISODE: December 25, 1953. "The Plant" - CBS network origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The music fill has been deleted. Everett Sloane, John Ives (producer), Stanley Niss (writer, director), Elaine Rost, Ken Lynch, George Petrie, Jack Orrison, Santos Ortega, Mandel Kramer, Michael Dreyfus, Art Hannes (announcer). 30:27. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


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