In addition to his TV accomplishments, Bill had a varied and successful radio career.  While it's well known that he hosted many early game shows in the 1940s, he also spent five years in the fifties as a morning radio host in New York City and had daily five-minute features that were distributed to local stations as late as 1988.     

Early in his career, Bill was the CBS staff announcer on a wide variety of series, almost certainly more than we've listed here.  Also, some of the early shows for which we have listings may only have been local NYC programs.     

Shows are divided into five groups:
CBS ANNOUNCER
The Adventures of Ellery Queen
Arthur Godfrey Time
Casey, Crime Photographer
The Continental Celebrity Club
A Crime Letter from Dan Dodge
The Danny O'Neil Show
Fun With Dunne
Give and Take
Hollywood Jackpot
Laugh of the Party
One Night Stand
This is Nora Drake
The Patti Clayton Show
Sing Along With The Landt Trio
Skyline Roof
Winner Take All
QUIZ SHOWS
Beat the Clock
Catch Me If You Can
Fun For All
Hit the Jackpot
Quick as a Flash
Second Chance
Stop the Music
Strike It Rich
Walk A Mile
Winner Take All
PULSE and
NBC SHOWS
Roadshow
Pulse aka The Bill Cullen Show
Monitor
Emphasis
SYNDICATED SHOWS
Cullen's Adventures
Ideas for Better Living
Knowledge Mod Style
Looking Inside Sports
People Who Are Different
Goose Who's Coming to Dinner
Fuji Facts
The Parent's Notebook
MORE RADIO
Local Pittsburgh Radio
Going Nowhere
It Happens Every Day
National Radio Fan Club
Army Football
Stars For Summer
National Guard Summer Show
Flight Plan For Music