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Radio anthologies


  • Radio programs made up of various episodes or stories that are usually connected by a theme, event, location or original author and often have a wrap-around tale. For radio programs that are composed of pre-existing broadcast or unbroadcast radio programs, or portions thereof, see [Compilation radio programs.]

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  • Form

    • Radio anthologies
  • Variants

    • Anthologies, Radio
    • Anthology radio programs
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  • Broader Terms

  • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

  • Sources

    • found: Radio form/genre terms guide, via WWW, Nov. 20, 2007(Anthologies: Previously existing or newly created discrete works intentionally gathered together into a single program or entity. Examples: Modern romances; My secret story; Stroke of fate)
    • found: Wikipedia, Nov. 20, 2007(Anthology: A collection of literary works; also applied to radio or TV programs, movies, comic books and other such media featuring a variety of different stories; examples of radio anthologies are Suspense and Escape)
    • found: Multimedia seeds, viewed Nov. 21, 2007:Audio collections: spoken arts: spoken word (Radio anthologies; excerpts of Garrison Keillor's Lake Wobegon stories from Prairie home companion may be heard on A prairie home companion 25th anniversary collection)
  • General Notes

    • Radio programs made up of various episodes or stories that are usually connected by a theme, event, location or original author and often have a wrap-around tale. For radio programs that are composed of pre-existing broadcast or unbroadcast radio programs, or portions thereof, see [Compilation radio programs.]
  • Example Notes

    • Note under [Compilation radio programs]
  • Change Notes

    • 2011-05-07: new
    • 2016-02-18: revised
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