Experience the thrilling adventures in this audio collection by L. Ron Hubbard. Included are: Cargo of Coffins, Orders is Orders, Sea Fangs, Under the Black Ensign, and Hostage to Death.
Audio drama in three parts enacting the happenings at Ryan's Way Country Club, an exclusive private golf club, over the course of five years. Multiple voices, music and sound effects bring the drama to life, narrated by award-winning golf announcer Jim "Sports" Kelly, your guide and forecaddie.
"One of the most famous characters of American fiction, in one of radio's most thrilling dramas." Someday he'll find you. Mr. Keen, that is! Radio's famous tracer of lost persons is back in this eight episode collection of puzzling mystery tales. Jim Kelly is heard as Mike Clancy - Saints preserve us! - and Bennett Kilpack stars as the kindly old investigator in some of his "most celebrated cases."
blind obsession. A driving ambition. A relentless, unrestrained, single-minded pursuit of a shiny metal. These are the symptoms of a condition known as gold fever, and, like Bogart in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, American mining engineer Captain Humbert Reynolds has got it bad. Possible side effects include: temporary insanity, a propensity for violence, and death. The search for gold has taken Reynolds from the ruins of the Yucatan to the mountains of Ecuador to the wilderness of northern Canada. Now, his search for a yellow brick bonanza has brought him halfway around the world, to the Gobi desert.
Ron Barr interviews Hall of Fame Bills Quarterback Jim Kelly about making the transition into broadcasting, and being a role model in society. This interview took place on July 26th, 2000.
Running off to join the French Foreign Legion used to be every boy's dream of action and adventure. But for Lieutenant Bill Reilly - half Irish, half American, and like Peter O'Toole in Lawrence of Arabia, a Westerner at war in the desert - the dream has turned into a nightmare. And it all begins with the gruesome delivery of a severed hand…