The Columbia Workshop

July 18, 1936 to November 21, 1951
380 episodes known to exist
The Columbia Workshop was a drama radio show which ran from July 18, 1936 to November 21, 1951.
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July 18, 1936 - August 17, 1939
Columbia Workshop
149
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August 24, 1939 - April 27, 1941
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76
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May 4, 1941 - November 9, 1941
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27
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November 16, 1941 - November 8, 1942
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48
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March 7, 1944 - August 15, 1944
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July 3, 1945 - August 21, 1945
Columbia Workshop
8
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7
February 2, 1946 - January 25, 1947
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49
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November 21, 1951 - November 21, 1951
Columbia Workshop
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Columbia Workshop
July 18, 1936 - August 17, 1939
149 episodes known to exist
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Air Date
Title
Comments
Length
Sources
July 18, 1936 
Comedy of Danger/finger of God 
 
29:45 

 
July 25, 1936 
Broadway Evening 
 
29:55 

 
August 1, 1936 
Cartwheel 
 
30:40 

 
August 8, 1936 
Experiment/highway Incident 
 
30:50 

 
August 15, 1936 
Case History 
HEAVY SURFACE NOISE THROUGHOUT MOST OF 2ND HALF 
30:00 

 
August 22, 1936 
There Must Be Something Else 
Also: "MARCH OF THE MOLECULES" Technical explanation of how a radio works. 
29:50 

 
September 5, 1936 
The San Quentin Broadcast 
Story of a Prison Break as reported by Wm N. Robson PROGRAM OF 8/29 PRE-EMPTED FOR A PROGRAM PREVIEW - E. DEUTSCH MUSIC 
30:01 

 
September 12, 1936 
Voyage to Brobdingnag 
"GULLIVER'S TRAVELS" The sound quality and effects are quite amazing 
29:44 

 
September 19, 1936 
Hamlet 
 
29:20 

 
10 
September 26, 1936 
Dream Maker/shadows That Walk in Night 
 
29:43 

 
11 
October 3, 1936 
St. Louis Blues 
 
 

 
12 
October 10, 1936 
Sound Demonstration 
 
29:28 

 
13 
October 17, 1936 
Dauber 
 
29:56 

 
14 
October 24, 1936 
Letting the Cat Out of the Bag 
 
 

 
15 
November 7, 1936 
Music For Radio (vocabulary of Music) 
"Golliwog's Cakewalk", "Children's Corner Suite" 
30:17 

 
16 
November 14, 1936 
Hamlet Part 2 
Orson Welles 
29:30 

 
17 
November 21, 1936 
Use of Theaters For Broadcasts 
also: "200 WERE CHOSEN" 
29:56 

 
18 
November 28, 1936 
Patent System 
Honoring 100th Anniversary of the Patent Office. 
29:53 

 
19 
December 12, 1936 
Rhythm of the Jute Mill 
SHOW OF 12/05 PRE-EMPTED 
29:51 

 
20 
December 19, 1936 
The Gods of the Mountain 
 
31:00 

 
21 
December 26, 1936 
The Happy Prince 
 
30:30 

 
22 
January 2, 1937 
Public Domain 
"CHARACTERS OF FICTION FREED FROM COPYRIGHT LANE" 
29:40 

 
23 
January 9, 1937 
Control Engineer/voyage to Lilliput 
 
29:41 

 
24 
January 16, 1937 
Incident At the Cosmos / Control Engineer 2 
 
 

 
25 
January 23, 1937 
The Signalman 
 
29:45 

 
26 
January 30, 1937 
The Evevolution of the Negro Spiritual 
 
 

 
27 
February 6, 1937 
Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner 
 
29:49 

 
28 
February 13, 1937 
Pitch Perception 
 
30:30 

 
29 
February 28, 1937 
Macbeth 
Orson Welles THE PROGRAM OF 2/20 WAS PRE-EMPTED BY SENATOR WHEELER'S SPEECH. 
 

 
30 
March 14, 1937 
Split Seconds 
THE PROGRAM OF 3/07 WAS PRE-EMPTED BY THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE. 
30:00 

 
31 
March 21, 1937 
Danse Macabre 
 
29:31 

 
32 
March 28, 1937 
Eve of Saint Agnus 
 
29:34 

 
33 
April 4, 1937 
Big Ben/crisis 
 
29:48 

 
34 
April 11, 1937 
The Fall of the City 
Orson Welles, Burgess Meredith 
29:57 

 
35 
April 18, 1937 
R. U. R. 
 
28:40 

 
36 
April 25, 1937 
Saint Louis Blues 
 
28:50 

 
37 
May 2, 1937 
Drums of the Conscience 
 
29:46 

 
38 
May 9, 1937 
Supply and Demand 
 
29:34 

 
39 
May 16, 1937 
Paul Revere 
Parker Fennelly 
29:48 

 
40 
May 23, 1937 
Night At the Inn 
News Bulletin: Death of John D. Rockefeller 
30:50 

 
41 
May 30, 1937 
Discovery 
 
30:16 

 
42 
June 6, 1937 
The Downbeat On Murder 
 
30:15 

 
43 
June 13, 1937 
The Young King 
 
 

 
44 
June 20, 1937 
Red Head Baker 
 
29:31 

 
45 
June 27, 1937 
Babuouk 
Adaped By Lester Fuller 
30:40 

 
46 
July 4, 1937 
Mr. Sycamore 
 
 

 
47 
July 11, 1937 
The Tell-Tale Heart 
Author: Edgar Allan Poe 
29:41 

 
48 
July 18, 1937 
Fifty Grand 
 
30:03 

 
49 
July 25, 1937 
A Matter of Life and Death 
 
29:34 

 
50 
August 1, 1937 
Daniel Webster and the Sea Serpent 
 
30:40 

 
51 
August 8, 1937 
Incident of the Cosmos/last Citation 
 
29:50 

 
52 
August 15, 1937 
Escape Part 1 
Orson Welles 
 
53 
August 22, 1937 
Escape Part 2 
Orson Welles 
29:30 

 
54 
August 29, 1937 
Half Pint Flask 
 
 
55 
September 5, 1937 
S.S. San Pedro 
 
29:51 

 
56 
September 12, 1937 
Death of a Queen 
BBC - Short wave Broadcast. 
29:41 

 
57 
September 19, 1937 
Riders to the Sea 
 
 
58 
September 26, 1937 
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Part 1 
William N. Robson, Guest Director THIS WAS AN EXPERIMENTAL SERIES OF PROGRAMS IN WHICH MUSIC WAS USED EXCLUSIVELY INSTEAD OF SOUND EFFECTS THROUGH OUT THE SHOW. THIS WAS ALSO DONE IN THE "THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS" OF 12/23/37-12/30/37. 
30:00 

 
59 
October 3, 1937 
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Part 2 
William N. Robson, Guest Director 
30:00 

 
60 
October 10, 1937 
Meridian 7-1212 
 
 

 
61 
October 17, 1937 
The Killers / Illusion 
 
29:35 

 
62 
October 24, 1937 
I've Got the Tune 
NO OPENING, HEAVY SURFACE NOISE 
27:30 

 
63 
October 31, 1937 
Sweeps 
 
29:55 

 
64 
November 7, 1937 
The Horla 
Recorded from very noisy discs. 
29:56 

 
65 
November 14, 1937 
Mr. Justice 
 
30:00 

 
66 
November 21, 1937 
Georgia Transport 
 
29:52 

 
67 
November 28, 1937 
First Violin 
 
30:00 

 
68 
December 9, 1937 
Marconi 
 
30:00 

 
69 
December 16, 1937 
Metzengerstein 
Author: Edgar Allan Poe 
30:00 

 
70 
December 23, 1937 
Alice Through the Looking Glass Part 1 
William N. Robson becomes permanent series director at this point. 
29:56 

 
71 
December 30, 1937 
Alice Through the Looking Glass Part 2 
 
29:55 

 
72 
January 8, 1938 
The Ghost of Bejamin Sweet Part 1 
 
30:00 

 
73 
January 15, 1938 
The House That Jack Didn't Build 
 
29:50 

 
74 
January 22, 1938 
Robert Owens 
 
28:57 

 
75 
January 29, 1938 
Madame Curie 
 
29:40 

 
76 
February 5, 1938 
Andrea Del Sarto 
 
30:30 

 
77 
February 12, 1938 
Be Prepared 
STORY OF THE BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT 
29:50 

 
78 
February 19, 1938 
Well of the Saints 
 
29:30 

 
79 
February 26, 1938 
Night Patrol 
 
30:30 

 
80 
March 5, 1938 
The Ghost of Bejamin Sweet Part 2 
 
 

 
81 
March 12, 1938 
Hassan 
 
1:03:10 

 
82 
March 19, 1938 
The Wedding of the Meteors 
 
29:48 

 
83 
March 26, 1938 
J. Smith and Wife 
 
29:31 

 
84 
April 2, 1938 
Seven Waves Away 
 
29:00 

 
85 
April 9, 1938 
Broken Feather 
 
29:00 

 
86 
April 16, 1938 
The Terrible Meek 
Stars: Ann Boley as Mary, House Jameeson as the Captain, Eustace Wyatt as the Soldier. Director: William N. Robeson. Easter Program 
29:53 

 
87 
April 23, 1938 
Never Come Monday 
Sir Cedric Hardwick 
30:00 

 
88 
April 30, 1938 
Four Into Seven Won't Go 
 
30:00 

 
89 
May 7, 1938 
The Fisherman and His Soul 
 
30:40 

 
90 
May 14, 1938 
Melodrams 
Bernard Herrmann, David Ross (Poet) 
30:00 

 
91 
May 21, 1938 
Ecce Homo (behold the Man) 
 
29:00 

 
92 
May 28, 1938 
Bury the Dead 
 
29:50 

 
93 
June 4, 1938 
Tranga Man, Fine Gah 
 
29:30 

 
94 
June 11, 1938 
Surrealism (from Ooh to Aah) 
 
30:00 

 
95 
June 18, 1938 
Reunion 
 
 

 
96 
June 25, 1938 
Never Come Monday 
 
 

 
97 
July 2, 1938 
Constitution of the United States 
This is a strict reading of the Constitution with no frills added. EXCELLENT! Independence Day Program 
30:00 

 
98 
July 9, 1938 
Red Badge of Courage 
 
30:20 

 
99 
July 16, 1938 
National Headliners 
 
29:59 

 
100 
July 23, 1938 
Murder in the Cathedral 
 
59:42 

 
101 
July 30, 1938 
Tristram 
 
29:40 

 
102 
August 6, 1938 
The Devil and Daniel Webster 
 
30:00 

 
103 
August 20, 1938 
Radio Play - Saroyan 
Program of 8-13 Pre-empted 
 

 
104 
August 27, 1938 
Pelleas Et Melisande 
 
 

 
105 
September 15, 1938 
Outward Bound 
 
29:33 

 
106 
September 22, 1938 
He Doubles in Pipes 
 
29:52 

 
107 
September 29, 1938 
The Lighthouse Keepers 
 
22:32 

 
108 
October 13, 1938 
The Brushwood Boy 
SHOW OF 10/6 PRE-EMPTED FOR "Speech on the S.S. Brazil" 
29:31 

 
109 
October 20, 1938 
The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden 
 
29:33 

 
110 
October 27, 1938 
Air Raid 
 
29:59 

 
111 
November 3, 1938 
Poetic License 
 
29:05 

 
112 
November 10, 1938 
Drink of Water 
SOME VOLUME FLUC AT START, OTHERWISE EXCELLENT SOUND 
29:18 

 
113 
November 17, 1938 
Luck 
 
29:10 

 
114 
November 24, 1938 
Beauty and the Beast - Opera - 
Agnes Moorehead 
29:42 

 
115 
December 1, 1938 
The Giant's Stair 
 
 

 
116 
December 8, 1938 
Man with a Gun/fall of Jericho 
 
28:30 

 
117 
December 15, 1938 
Trip to Czardis 
 
30:00 

 
118 
December 22, 1938 
Bread On the Waters 
 
30:00 

 
119 
December 29, 1938 
Crosstown Manhattan 
 
30:00 

 
120 
January 5, 1939 
Orphan Ego 
 
29:00 

 
121 
January 9, 1939 
Forgotten in the Rains 
 
29:50 

 
122 
January 16, 1939 
Mr. Whipple Is Worried 
 
29:50 

 
123 
January 23, 1939 
Prophecy 
 
30:00 

 
124 
January 30, 1939 
Now Playing Tomorrow 
 
30:20 

 
125 
February 6, 1939 
Do Not Open For 5000 Years 
 
30:00 

 
126 
February 20, 1939 
Nine Prisoners 
SHOW OF 2/13 PRE-EMPTED - REPUBLICAN DINNER OPENING MISSING 
30:00 

 
127 
February 27, 1939 
Jury Trial 
 
29:30 

 
128 
March 6, 1939 
Winged Victory 
 
29:20 

 
129 
March 13, 1939 
In the Train 
 
29:00 

 
130 
March 20, 1939 
Letter From Home 
 
29:30 

 
131 
March 27, 1939 
Pepito Inherits the Earth 
 
29:30 

 
132 
April 3, 1939 
Rendezvous with Kit Carson 
 
29:45 

 
133 
April 10, 1939 
They Fly Through the Air 
 
29:50 

 
134 
April 17, 1939 
Ear Essay On Broadcasting 
aka: "This Is Radio" 
29:10 

 
135 
April 24, 1939 
Seems Radio Is Here to Stay 
 
30:00 

 
136 
May 1, 1939 
Wet Saturday 
Agnus Mooorehead 
29:55 

 
137 
May 8, 1939 
Wild Man 
 
29:30 

 
138 
May 15, 1939 
The Law Beaters 
 
29:50 

 
139 
May 29, 1939 
Private Throgg 
 
29:50 

 
140 
June 5, 1939 
Highboy 
 
29:10 

 
141 
June 12, 1939 
A Handful of Dust 
 
29:50 

 
142 
June 19, 1939 
Journalism in Tennessee/salesmanship 
 
30:00 

 
143 
July 6, 1939 
Half-Pint Flask 
SHOW OF 6/29 PRE-EMPTED - NATIONAL PRESS CONFER. 
30:00 

 
144 
July 13, 1939 
Never Come Home 
 
 

 
145 
July 20, 1939 
John Brown's Body 
 
59:40 

 
146 
July 27, 1939 
A Trip to Czardis 
 
29:57 

 
147 
August 3, 1939 
The Ghost of Benjamin Sweet 
 
 

 
148 
August 10, 1939 
Radio Play - Saroyan 
 
30:00 

 
149 
August 17, 1939 
Drink of Water 
 
30:00 

 
Columbia Workshop
August 24, 1939 - April 27, 1941
76 episodes known to exist
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Air Date
Title
Comments
Length
Sources
August 24, 1939 
Meridian 7-1212 
 
26:20 

 
August 31, 1939 
Apartment to Let 
 
27:30 

 
September 7, 1939 
So This Is Radio 
 
30:00 

 
September 14, 1939 
The Use of Man 
 
30:00 

 
September 21, 1939 
Now It's Summer 
 
30:00 

 
September 28, 1939 
The Fall of the City 
USES: 500 USC STUDENTS AT THE L.A. COLOSSEUM Burgess Meredith 
29:50 

 
October 5, 1939 
The Great Microphone Mystery 
ELLERY QUEEN MYSTERY "The Case of the Mysterious Leap Year" 
30:00 

 
October 12, 1939 
Wake Up and Die 
Frank Lovejoy STORY OF ALARM CLOCKS SHOW OF 10/5 PRE-EMPTED - STIMSON SPEECH 
30:00 

 
October 19, 1939 
Will Ireland's Confession 
Author: Arthur Miller 
 

 
10 
November 2, 1939 
Blennerhasset 
OPERA ON AARON BURR'S LIFE SHOW OF 10/26 PRE-EMPTED - FCC CHAIRMAN'S SPEECH 
29:40 

 
11 
November 16, 1939 
A Letter From Above 
RADIO FABLE SHOW OF 11/9 PREMPTED - ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR'S SPEECH 
29:00 

 
12 
November 23, 1939 
A Circular Tour 
 
29:30 

 
13 
November 30, 1939 
The Wonderful Day 
W/ INTRO PROMO FOR "The Pursuit Of Happiness" 
29:40 

 
14 
December 7, 1939 
As You Like It 
Margaret Webster 
29:10 

 
15 
December 14, 1939 
The Story in Dogtown Common 
RECORD SKIP AT END AFTER STORY 
28:30 

 
16 
December 21, 1939 
Mr. Cohen Takes a Walk 
 
30:00 

 
17 
December 28, 1939 
Higher Than a Kite 
Frank Lovejoy, Rosemary DeCamp, Santos Ortega NXT: "MY HEARTS IN THE HIGHLANDS" (1/11/40) 
29:30 

 
18 
January 11, 1940 
My Heart's in the Highlands 
SHOW OF 1/4 PRE-EMPTED 
29:39 

 
19 
January 18, 1940 
Fanny Kimball 
Elsa Lanchester 
30:00 

 
20 
January 25, 1940 
Heavenly Rest 
 
30:10 

 
21 
February 1, 1940 
Coals to Newcastle 
 
29:20 

 
22 
February 22, 1940 
Autobiography of an Egotist 
SHOWS OF 2/8 & 2/15 PRE-EMPTED - BOY SCOUT SHOW 
29:50 

 
23 
February 29, 1940 
The Great Microphone Mystery 
ELLERY QUEEN MYSTERY "The Case of the Mysterious Leap Year" Burgess Meredith 
30:40 

 
24 
March 7, 1940 
Double Exposure 
 
29:58 

 
25 
March 14, 1940 
Dialogue with Music/fraternity Mating 
 
30:20 

 
26 
March 21, 1940 
Taming of the Shrew 
 
29:40 

 
27 
April 4, 1940 
My Client Curly 
Arnold Stang as "The Manager." SHOW OF 3/28 PRE-EMPTED - DEWEY SPEECH 
29:50 

 
28 
April 18, 1940 
Three Strikes, You're Out 
SHOW OF 4/11 PRE-EMPTED 
29:30 

 
29 
April 25, 1940 
America Was Promises 
 
29:10 

 
30 
May 5, 1940 
Honest Captain 
Parker Fennelly, Agnes Moorehead 
29:49 

 
31 
May 12, 1940 
A Day in Manhattan 
 
29:59 

 
32 
May 19, 1940 
A Program of Mexican Music 
 
29:25 

 
33 
June 2, 1940 
Dark Valley 
Dame Mae Whitty SHOW OF 5/26 PRE-EMPTED - FDR SPEECH 
29:54 

 
34 
June 9, 1940 
No Complications 
 
29:33 

 
35 
June 23, 1940 
In April Once 
SHOW OF 6/16 PRE-EMPTED 
30:00 

 
36 
June 30, 1940 
The Man with the One Track Mind 
 
28:30 

 
37 
July 7, 1940 
The Cock-Eyed Wonder 
Ed (Archie) Gardner, William Bendix BASEBALL COMEDY 
29:50 

 
38 
July 14, 1940 
Fish Story 
 
30:00 

 
39 
July 21, 1940 
Canvas Kisser 
Ed (Archie) Gardner 
29:40 

 
40 
July 28, 1940 
Carmilla 
 
29:40 

 
41 
August 11, 1940 
Nightmare At Noon/radio in the Rain 
SHOW OF 8/4 PRE-EMPTED 
29:58 

 
42 
August 18, 1940 
The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins 
Dr. Suess Story 
29:59 

 
43 
August 25, 1940 
I Followed the Seals 
Ed Gardner, Frank Lovejoy 
30:00 

 
44 
September 1, 1940 
Alf, the All American Fly 
 
30:00 

 
45 
September 8, 1940 
The Major Goes over the Hill 
Ed Gardner 
29:40 

 
46 
September 15, 1940 
Mr. Charles 
 
28:50 

 
47 
September 22, 1940 
Well Look Who's Here 
 
30:00 

 
48 
September 29, 1940 
The Pussy Cat and the Expert Plumber Who Was a Man 
Author: Arthur Miller 
29:58 

 
49 
October 6, 1940 
Age of the Fish/they Also Serve 
 
29:44 

 
50 
October 20, 1940 
A Man's House 
SHOW OF 10/13 PRE-EMPTED - FDR SPEECH 
29:56 

 
51 
October 27, 1940 
Fulton Fish Market 
 
29:50 

 
52 
November 3, 1940 
The Constitution 
 
 

 
53 
November 10, 1940 
Piano Recital 
Bela Bartok 
29:48 

 
54 
November 17, 1940 
I Get the Blues From Revues 
 
29:48 

 
55 
November 24, 1940 
The Dynasts 
 
29:58 

 
56 
December 1, 1940 
Mulberry Street (dr. Seuss) 
Jack Grimes Nila Mack production 
29:59 

 
57 
December 8, 1940 
Trojan Women 
 
29:57 

 
58 
December 15, 1940 
Symptoms of Being 35/ in the Fog 
 
 

 
59 
December 22, 1940 
The Plot to Overthrow Christmas 
Christmas Program 
30:11 

 
60 
December 29, 1940 
Dr. Johnson in Scotland 
 
29:44 

 
61 
January 5, 1941 
Love in 32 Bars 
 
30:00 

 
62 
January 12, 1941 
Cassidy and the Devil 
St. Patrick's Day Program 
30:00 

 
63 
January 26, 1941 
This Is From David 
SHOW OF 1/19 PRE-EMPTED - INNAUGURATION CONCERT 
29:58 

 
64 
February 2, 1941 
Help Me Hannah 
 
29:54 

 
65 
February 9, 1941 
Dress Rehersal 
 
 

 
66 
February 16, 1941 
Crop of Beans 
 
29:53 

 
67 
February 23, 1941 
Wings of an Eagle 
 
29:41 

 
68 
March 2, 1941 
Roadside 
Burl Ives 
29:39 

 
69 
March 9, 1941 
Still Small Voice 
 
29:41 

 
70 
March 16, 1941 
Cassidy and the Devil 
St. Patrick's Day Program 
29:38 

 
71 
March 23, 1941 
Out of the Air 
 
29:38 

 
72 
March 30, 1941 
The Creation/, the Congo 
HEAVY SURFACE NOISE, OTHERWISE GOOD SOUND 
29:23 

 
73 
April 6, 1941 
Rocking Horse Winner 
 
30:38 

 
74 
April 13, 1941 
Glory Machine/the House/brooklyn Cantata 
 
30:00 

 
75 
April 20, 1941 
The Reluctant Dragon 
Nila Mack CHILDREN'S STORY 
29:35 

 
76 
April 27, 1941 
Jason Was a Man 
LAST SHOW OF THE SEASON 
29:59 

 
Columbia Workshop
May 4, 1941 - November 9, 1941
27 episodes known to exist
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Air Date
Title
Comments
Length
Sources
May 4, 1941 
Radio Primer 
 
29:58 

 
May 11, 1941 
Log of the R-77 
 
29:45 

 
May 18, 1941 
The People Yes 
NEW AMERICAN OPERA BY: Carl Sandberg. STARS: Burl Ives, Everette Sloan. 
29:48 

 
May 25, 1941 
Lip Service 
HARMONICA CONCERT BY: Larry Adler STARS: Frank Lovejoy 
29:26 

 
June 1, 1941 
Appoinment 
STARS: Norman Corwin, Everette Sloan 
29:31 

 
June 8, 1941 
Odyssey of Runyan Jones 
Larry Robinson, Frank Lovejoy 
29:57 

 
June 15, 1941 
Soliloquoy to Balance the Budget 
House Jamenson 
29:29 

 
June 22, 1941 
Daybreak 
A SUPER TRAVELOGUE BY: Frank Gallup 
29:42 

 
June 29, 1941 
Old Salt 
 
29:58 

 
10 
July 6, 1941 
Between Americans 
Ray Collens 
29:38 

 
11 
July 13, 1941 
Ann Was an Ordinary Girl 
Agnus Moorhead, Charlie Matson - THE STORY OF ANN RUTLEDGE (ABE LINCOLN'S ALLEDGED FIRST LOVE). 
29:43 

 
12 
July 20, 1941 
Double Concerto 
 
29:44 

 
13 
August 3, 1941 
Descent of the Gods 
Henry Morgan 
29:34 

 
14 
August 10, 1941 
Old Testament Trilogy Part 1 "samson" 
Martin Gabel 
29:57 

 
15 
August 17, 1941 
Old Testament Trilogy Part 2 "esther" 
Martin Gabel, Arnold Moss, Everett Sloane, Joan Vitez, Winston O'Keefe, Jennyvive Rhodes, Harrison Knox, Eugene Lowenthal, Kenneth Shoan 
29:33 

 
16 
August 24, 1941 
Old Testament Trilogy Part 3 "job" 
 
29:55 

 
17 
August 31, 1941 
Mary and the Fairy 
Elsa Lanchester, Ruth Gordon, Hans Conreid 
29:35 

 
18 
September 7, 1941 
The Anatomy of Sound 
Gale Soundergaard 
28:33 

 
19 
September 14, 1941 
Fragment From a Lost Cause 
THE WORDS OF DEMOSTHENES Everette Sloan, House Jameson 
29:16 

 
20 
September 21, 1941 
Human Angle 
Frank Lovejoy, Martin Wolfson, Jerry Massey, Everett Sloane 
29:57 

 
21 
September 28, 1941 
Good Heavens 
Henry Morgan 
29:47 

 
22 
October 5, 1941 
Wolfiana 
 
29:53 

 
23 
October 12, 1941 
Murder in Studio One 
 
29:59 

 
23 
October 19, 1941 
Descent of the Gods 
Henry Morgan THIS IS A REPEAT DUE TO THE ILLNESS OF NORMAN CORWIN. This is actually Episode 23"A" and doesn't count as part of the "26" BY CORWIN 
29:56 

 
24 
October 26, 1941 
The Odyssey of Runyan Jones 
Encore of the most listener requested show 
29:58 

 
25 
November 2, 1941 
Man with a Platform 
POLITICAL FARCE 
29:54 

 
26 
November 9, 1941 
Psalm For a Dark Year 
Stars: Frank Lovejoy, Parker Fennelly, Martin Gabel, Ian Martin, Hester Sondergaard. THANKSGIVING DAY OBSERVANCE FINAL EPISODE Thanksgiving Program 
29:41