Richard Wilson narrates his fictional biography, which contains particles of the truth. Over the course of three series, he talks drink, secrets, and a knighthood. The first episode of the show aired in 2012.
The Boston Blackie television series ran concurrently with the release of the film with the initial airing in 1944, and starred Chester Morris. After airing a year, a new series was reincarnated in 1945 and ran for five years, with the lead role taken over by Richard Kollmar.
Box 13 first aired in October 1947 and revolved around Dan Holiday, a mystery novelist who runs adverts to seek out new ideas for his adventure. A total of fifty-two episodes were aired. Several attempts were also made during the 1950’s to produce a television adaptation.
Broadcast in 1983 and 1984, the series is a collection of thirteen radio-adapted episodes of Ray Bradbury scripts. The show featured an introduction from Bradbury himself.
Buy Me Up TV
Set behind the scenes of a twenty four hour shopping channel, Buy Me Up TV was originally broadcast on BBC Radio 2. A pilot was first aired in 2007 followed by four episodes in 2008, and it starred Justin Edwards and Katherine Jakeways. Eamonn Holmes starred as a guest in the first episode.