Old Time Dragnet: Hosted by Adam Graham
Summary: Jack Webb's Dragnet was a pioneering police drama, that first appeared as a detective radio show. Host Adam Graham will take you through the episodes of this old time radio mystery in the order of their original airing. The Dragnet radio show is entirely (as far as we know) in the public domain. If we become aware of any shown not in the public domain, it'll be prompty removed. This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
Friday and Smith investigate the murder of an unidentified man who had lots of money right before he died.
Friday and Smith get word that a supply of heroin is at a residence.
Friday and Smith investigate a new source of heroin in town and they have help from a source whose not telling everything he knows.
Friday and Smith search for two robbers who are on a crime spree and headed to Los Angeles.
A preview of the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio's new procedural show, The Line-Up All the evidence suggests a young hood named Eddie Gaynor is behind a gangland killing but Lieutenant Guthrie's not so sure.
Friday and Smith search for two brothers and a woman who con greedy businessmen willing to undertake shady deals.
An old vaudeville performer living in a run-down rooming house is killed and the apparent motive: a trunk full of worthless mementos.
Joe Friday and Frank Smith investigate the theft of a statue of the child Jesus from a local church.
Friday and Smith investigate the murder of a night watchman.
The wife of a Michigan Convict who has jumped parole turns to Friday and Smith for help turning him in.
Friday and Smith investigate a series of drug story burglaries.
A woman pretending to be a housekeeper is burglarizing houses and disposing of the loot in a most interesting way.
A woman claims a police officer shook her down for several thousand dollars tog et her jailed husband and identifies the officer, but is he the guilty party?
Friday and Smith look for a teenage boy who is stealing food and books.
Friday and Smith investigate a series of violent bar robberies.