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1. Which fictional detective was an "enemy to those who make him an enemy, friend to those who have no friend"?
2. Which radio series began at "the crossroads of a million private lives, a gigantic stage on which are played out a thousand dramas daily"?
3. This comedy was an early radio spin-off from the comedy "Fibber McGee And Molly." After a few episodes, the title character became the Water Commissioner of the town of Summerfield. Which show was it?
4. In times of crisis, the rancher Steve Adams assumes his secret identity to combat evil. Which of these is his alter ego?
5. This radio series featured in each episode an incident in the life of a person who had served as President of the United States. What was its title?
6. This radio drama centered on the daily newspaper "The Illustrated Press" and its employees. Which show was it?
7. This popular comedy show ran on radio from 1928-1960 in several formats and with several titles. Most of the characters were played by Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll. By which name is it remembered?
8. Which radio drama was subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills"?
9. This very popular crime drama was derived and took its name from a book by Lewis Collins. It is remembered for opening with a chant of "L-A-V-A, L-A-V-A" and the March from "The Love For Three Oranges" by Prokofiev. Which show was it?
10. The "Lone Ranger" ran for 2,956 radio episodes, ending in 1954. What year was the first episode broadcast?
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