A.J. Alan's My Adventure in Norfolk was first broadcast as a BBC short story after 1924. Ralph Richardson plays the narrator, Alan himself, in this sinister drama. He and his wife are planning a holiday in a remote corner of Norfolk, when the snowy night brings an unexpected visitor.
"Theatre Royal" is a series of radio dramas owned and restored by Heritage Media, part of the Divine Art Recordings Group. First broadcast in 1953-4, it was the only radio series in which Laurence Olivier played dramatic roles. Other leading actors included John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Orson Welles, Margaret Lockwood, Alec Guinness, Robet Donat and Trevor Howard.