I appear to have killed the last radio thread I posted in (Spooky Stuff...), but will that stop me from starting another? Not a chance! As I listen to more and more shows, I begin recognizing names, and not only actors. Gene Roddenberry wrote at least one episode of "Have Gun, Will Travel." He wrote for the TV show of the same name that predated the radio show. The music for "Crime Classics," produced/directed by my favorite Elliott Lewis, was composed by Bernard Herrmann. Herrmann, of course, was the famous Alfred Hitchcock composer. I've mentioned this one before: Blake Edwards, who went on to write The Great Race and Pink Panther screenplays, wrote most of the "Richard Diamond, Private Detective" scripts. The writing team Morton Fine and David Friedkin wrote for a number of shows, including "Crime Classics," "Broadway Is My Beat," and "Bold Venture," which starred Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. They transferred into television, writing many "I Spy" episodes for one thing. Who have you noticed, who went one to bigger and better things?