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Classic Radio Crime: presenting vintage detectives for your investigation! The Lady in a Fog is an original radio crime drama starring Robert Beatty as Detective Philip Odell. Such was the popularity of the eponymous radio detective that the series - which ran on the BBC Light Programme between 1947 and 1961 - spawned novels and a 1951 feature film. Among the supporting cast of this 1958 eight-part serial are Mary Wimbush, James Thomason, John Bennett, Jeffrey Segal, June Tobin, David March, Trevor Martin and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company.
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https://archive.org/download/OdellLadyinaFog/1 - Presenting Philip Odell.mp3: Presenting Philip Odell https://archive.org/download/OdellLadyinaFog/2 - O'Gorman of Islington.mp3: O'Gorman of Islington https://archive.org/download/OdellLadyinaFog/3 - The Mink Coat.mp3: The Mink Coat https://archive.org/download/OdellLadyinaFog/4 - The Lady isn't Willing.mp3: The Lady isn't Willing https://archive.org/download/OdellLadyinaFog/5 - The Little Doctor.mp3: The Little Doctor https://archive.org/download/OdellLadyinaFog/6 - A Psychological Matter.mp3: A Psychological Matter https://archive.org/download/OdellLadyinaFog/7 - Wanted Kitty Stapleton.mp3: Wanted Kitty Stapleton https://archive.org/download/OdellLadyinaFog/8 - Show Down.mp3: Show Down
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