Bram stoker's classic gothic horror, Welles playing both hero and villain.
Stevenson's genre-defining tale of pirates and seamen.
Paris and London collide in Dickens' tour-de-force, hauntingly told.
Electrifying spy chase across the UK; Welles never seemed more nimble.
Eward, Anderson and Saki. Saki's is my favourite short story of all time!
Drinkwater's rarely-seen play about the life of Lincoln, played by... Welles.
Schnitzler's playful morality tale of a young man on the loose in Vienna.
Dumas' epic tale of one man's quest for revenge and redemption.
Chesterton's remarkable, cryptic thriller.
Shakespeare's political triumph, trimmed down but retaining its majesty.
Welles wrote his own take on Holmes, tackling his nemesis Moriarty.
Another tale of seamen, by former naval officer Ellsberg.
The Mercury Theatre set out to prove that it's not easy being seventeen.
Around the world in sixty minutes.
The notorious Halloween broadcast still oozes authenticity. Stay calm.
Welles wanted Conrad's novel to be his first film but this is the closest he got.
A quirky thriller about the passenger no-one wants to take.
Dickens' first novel and the last (surviving) broadcast of the Mercury Theatre.
To offer listeners the productions of Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre in a simple, easy-to-use website, for both download and streaming.
To restore the plays, many of which exist only in poorly-recorded condition, and to freely distribute these remastered recordings.
To promote not only the work of the Mercury Theatre, but of radio theatre in general, and to ensure its preservation for future generations.
"We're born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we're not alone."