The Air Adventures of Biggles – The Black Raider – 1950s Australian Radio Series – Complete 24 Episodes – MP3 Download

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Australian radio dramatisation of The Air Adventures of Biggles – The Black Raider based on W. E John’s 1953 adventure book “Biggles and the Black Raider”, in 24 episodes.  Total Running Time: 4 hours and 45 minutes. Instant MP3 Download.

Description

“The Air Adventures of Biggles – The Black Raider” was based on the book “Biggles and the Black Raider”, originally published by Hodder & Stoughton in 1953 which was set in the early 1950s in East Africa.

Synopsis: A wave of terror is spreading across Africa. A gang of bandits led by someone who calls himself “The Black Elephant” is attacking farmsteads, murdering the farmers and pillaging them off their cattle. Biggles and the Air Police are called in to help. But the gang is well-organised and ranges over a vast area of more than half a million square miles across most of the eastern side of Africa. To bring the gang to justice will take the entire staff of the Air Police, three aircraft, numerous allies on the ground, and some good luck. [Biggles Wiki]

Author: W. E. Johns
Scriptwriters: Michael Noonan, Brian Wright and Harry Howlett
Producer: J. Colin Craigen
Production Company: Amalgamated Wireless (Aust.)

Cast: Rex Waldron (Biggles), James Mills (Biggles), Moray Powell (Biggles), Walter Sullivan (Bertie), Diana Perryman (Pat Kendall), Max Osbiston (Algy), Leonard Bullen (Ginger)

James Bigglesworth, nicknamed “Biggles”, was a fictional pilot and adventurer in W. E. Johns’ adventure books written for young readers. Although the Biggles books by Captain W. E. Johns were popular worldwide, Australia was the only country in the world to make them into a radio serial. The Air Adventures of Biggles, the radio series, was produced and broadcast in Australia between 1945 and 1954 by Amalgamated Wireless Australasia Ltd. 

Total Running Time: 4 hours and 45 minutes

Package: 1 x Zip File for quick download.  Additionally, all episodes are available for individual download.

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