“The Arrest of Arsène Lupin” will be a new radio adaptation from PMRP’s Michael Lin of the first-ever-published Maurice Leblanc short story featuring Arsène Lupin, gentleman-burglar. The French steamship La Provence has received a telegram reporting that the notorious Arsène Lupin is onboard! Each passenger is eyeing their neighbor, wondering if they might be Lupin in disguise. Of them all, perhaps only Miss Nelly Underdown, keen-minded heiress, has a chance of ferreting him out — but what will happen as the clash of wits escalates? Thievery, misdirection, and a hint of romance are all in the mix!
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Welcome, friends. In the tradition of programs such as Lights Out! and Nightfall, PMRP presents a program for those of you who prefer your entertainment during the... later hours of the day. A series of short plays to thrill, chill or just entertain you before turning out the lamp and sleeping. If you can.
by Alicia E. Goranson
In the early 1950s, Leonard Allen was the producer and host of After Dark, a very popular, independently-produced suspense-horror radio show. His on-air persona, Dr. Damien Crask, was practically a household name. But when his best friend and business partner, Robert Stroud, stole the scripts and decamped for Hollywood to produce his own show, After Dark lost its biggest sponsor and Allen, feeling betrayed, gave up. After Dark died, unfinished.