+ Douglas of The World was probably recorded at the Capitol Records Tower building in Hollywood during 1952 to 1953. The production featured durable West Coast Radio actor and narrator Jack Moyles in the role of Bradford 'Brad' Douglas, a globetrotting foreign correspondent for 'The New York World,' a fictious New York-based newspaper with bureaus in Paris, Stockholm, and London. Bradford Douglas' portfolio encompassed the major geopolitical hotspots of the era, ranging around the world from Moscow to Indonesia and everywhere in between. Brad Douglas' assignments were usually provided by Mike Shaughnessy, the roving Managing Editor of The New York World.
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Please enjoy these 4 old time radio episodes:
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+ AFRS. "The Judgement Day". The last show of the series. A one-legged Korean war veteran is threate...
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+ AFRS. "The Murder Rap". Douglas is in Moscow to report on the funeral of Joseph Stalin. Since Stal...
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+ AFRS. "The Terrorist". The New York World sends Brad Douglas to Teheran to cover a story about the...
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