Calling All Cars

Calling All Cars is a prototypical police drama that was heard over CBS Radio West Coast stations from November 29, 1933 to September 8, 1939. One of radio's earliest cop shows, it dramatized true crime stories and introduced by officers from the Los Angeles and other police departments. It was an early milestone in the career of writer-director-producer William N. Robson, who went on to work on the Columbia Workshop, Escape, and Suspense.