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Heirloom Radio

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Retired Biology_Environmental Science educator... passion for old time radio... protecting the environment, civil rights, and audio/video editing for local radio and TV station production. Produced 60+ OTR re-enactments with local actors. 13 years as radio host for "Audio Theater". Currently co-host a show on local cable TV called "Don't Dis' My Ability" and produce a storytelling program called "True Tales Live" which is found on Soundcloud and Itunes.

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Retired Biology_Environmental Science educator... passion for old time radio... protecting the environment, civil rights, and audio/video editing for local radio and TV station production. Produced 60+ OTR re-enactments with local actors. 13 years as radio host for "Audio Theater". Currently co-host a show on local cable TV called "Don't Dis' My Ability" and produce a storytelling program called "True Tales Live" which is found on Soundcloud and Itunes.

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Heirloom Radio

Latest release on Nov 18, 2020

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Retired Biology_Environmental Science educator... passion for old time radio... protecting the environment, civil rights, and audio/video editing for local radio and TV station production. Produced 60+ OTR re-enactments with local actors. 13 years as radio host for "Audio Theater". Currently co-host a show on local cable TV called "Don't Dis' My Ability" and produce a storytelling program called "True Tales Live" which is found on Soundcloud and Itunes.

Rank #1: Campbell Playhouse - Our Town - May 12, 1939

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Track features an introduction to the Campbell Playhouse series and a brief synopsis of the story followed by a rebroadcast of the May 12, 1939 CBS Radio Network version of "Our Town" with Orson Welles John Craven, Ray Collins, Parker Fennelly, Agnes Moorehead, Patricia Newton, Effie Palmer, and Everett Sloan. Superb radio adaptation of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Price winning Play. Takes place in the fictitious town of Grover's Corner, NH 1901-1913. Recording is 83 years old. Find more Dramas in my "Drama" Playlist.

Oct 12 2019

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Rank #2: Murder At Midnight- The Man Who Was Death- March 14, 1947 - Mystery

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Track includes an introduction to the series with a bit of historical background and identification of production and talent people who were involved in this 50 episode 1946-47 murder mystery series. It was considered extremely well-written and acted. Some very talented organ music by Charles Paul added a great deal to the "atmosphere" of the program. Series was syndicated by Decca Records. More "Murder at Midnight" episodes in the playlist by the same name: "Murder at Midnight".

May 17 2020

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Rank #3: Lum n Abner - Exasperated By April Fools Jokes - April 1, 1938 - Folksy Sitcom

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Another episode of Lum 'n Abner awaits you on this track. It concerns April Fool's Day in Pine Ridge Arkansas in 1938. Lum and Abner have had just about enough of the jokes everyone in town is pulling on everyone in town! Grandpappy Spears is running around with his box of homemade chocolates... homemade with soap and a chocolate coating!
Lots of fun to listen to... Show begins with an Intro about the program.. runs about 3m30s. More of Lum 'n Abner on the Playlist with the same name!

Feb 29 2020

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Rank #4: Biography In Sound - Winston Churchill - Nov. 28, 1954 - Audio Biography

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This was only the second program in the Biography in Sound series that was developed by NBC newsman Joseph Meyers. After 3 episodes, the series was so popular that it was serialized and as a result highlighted the lives of many of the famous people of the mid-20th century. Extremely well done with well-researched and accurate information about the person featured.. AND included interviews and audio clips of the person featured. This program can be found in the
"History" playlist.

Apr 24 2020

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Rank #5: The Mysterious Traveler - Behind The Locked Door - Nov 6, 1951 - Thriller-Horror

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Many critics of old time radio horror and suspense programs rank this show in the top 10 of the most frightening radio horror program...A young woman named Cathy Evans hurries up to the front door and knocks... Cathy finds her fiance, Martin... who opens the door. He is wounded and tries to explain to Cathy what happened...she cannot believe the story he told her is true... two archaeologists on an expedition discover a haunted mountainous cavern, where a wagon train was cut off from the world. Listen to this story in a dark room... This track will live in the "Horror-Suspense" Playlist.

Jun 01 2020

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Rank #6: Epi. 26 - Vic And Sade - Letter From Aunt Bess 1937 - Howard Has New Harness - Dec 23 and 31, 1940

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America's down home country folk... Vic and Sade Gook and their adopted son, Rush... entertained 7 million american radio listeners during the height of their popularity in the early 1940's. That is equivalent to about 19 million people by today's population. Written by Paul Rhymer, this series is all about dialog between ordinary people in an ordinary town with ordinary problems... and America loved them... Vic and Sade. Two back to back episodes on one track. More Vic and Sade in the Playlist "Vic and Sade".

Jun 01 2020

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Rank #7: Bob And Ray - Library Reel 3 - 25 Comedy Routines ca. 1945 - 1960

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On this track … entitled Reel 3 of Bob and Ray comedy routines…. You will hear 25 back-to-back comedy routines that Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding did as part of their radio shows from the late 1940’s through the 1960’s. Much of what you will hear was done with improvisation. Here are the titles in order of play: 1. Gourmet Club Meeting 2. Belfast Maine Balloon Ascension 3. Sightseeing Bus in Manhattan 4. Ace Arabian Drill Team 5. Dog Training Advertising Agency 6. Dean Arthur Armstead on Haying Innovations 7. Wally Ballou Interviews Shoe Repairman 8. Egg Dying Factory. 9. Visit to Donut Factory 10.Wally Ballou Interviews Person at Rockefeller Plaza About Holidays 11. The Answer Man 12. Backstage at the Theater 13. Raising Allegators for Profit 14. Interview of Miniature Waste Basket Collector 15. Visit to Kalamazoo Zoo/ Interview of Boa Constrictor Trainer 16. Interview of Butterfly Trainer Who Uses Whip 17. Interview of Mrs. Flannel on Her Most Exciting Experience 18. Warehouse of War Surplus Bargain Sales
19. Lucky Phone Call Time 20. Bob and Ray Satellite Sun 21. Dr. Horaze Zickenning, Child Psychologist 22. Visit to Remote Firehouse in Ogunquit Maine To Watch Cribbage Game 23. Finger Nail Clipper Tester 24. Interview of Regional Coordinator of Interbureau Administration 25. Wally Ballou at Detergent Box Derby. This and more Bob and Ray can be found in my playlist “Bob and Ray” Thanks for listening.

Dec 18 2019

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Rank #8: Grand Ole Opry - Red Foley - Ernest Tubb - Minnie Pearl - July 24, 1948

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Following up with another old time country show from the Grand Ole Opry broadcast by WSM in Nashville, TN on July 24, 1948 starring Red Foley with Ernest Tubb and Minnie Pearl with a tale from Grinder's Switch. The first song is "Rock on Down the Line"... If you are a country music fan, check out the PBS Ken Burn's series on "Country Music" which is airing this week 8 pm (Starting Sept 8th 2019)

Sep 18 2019

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Rank #9: Bob And Ray - Library Reel 2 - ca 1959

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Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding (l to r in Photo) "Bob and Ray" - 22 back-to-back skits on one reel of tape... In order of appearance (with 8 sec music clips separating each skit): Clyde L. Hap Wartney Interview, Cliff Flemming atop Mt. Washington, Wally Ballou -Submarine Races in Bath, ME, Astronomer Wilbur Feeley, Songwriter - Claude R. Yogi Hathaway, Dr. Sherman Y. Maycroft - Speech Teacher, Professor Groggins - Rocket Launch, Biff Burns - Sports reporter, National Home Sewing Contest part 1, National Home Sewing Contest part 2, Visiting Sleepy Time Factory (makes tranquilizers), Webley Webster - organ player, Wally Ballou visits a candy cigarette factory, Cliff Flemming still atop Mt. Washington, Interview in Methuen, Rye Bread and Jelly Donut Institutes Provide Food Samples, Bill Burns Interviews sports car enthusiasts, Dr. Arlington Garment - Astronomer, Steve Bosco - Happy New Year wishes, Webley Webster playing Christmas songs written by Butctooth Calhoun, and finally... Bob and Ray hawk their "Bob and Ray Back To School Kit"... 22 skits.
More "Bob and Ray" in my playlist by the same name! Thank you for listening.

Oct 28 2019

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Rank #10: Boston Blackie - Murdered Dog Show Owner - October 8, 1946 - Crime Drama

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Boston Blackie was a fictional character created by Jack Boyle in a short story written in 1914! The story attracted a lot of attention and a silent movie was made built around this crime-solving detective. Then there were 14 "talkies" produced... then a radio show. Finally in 1944 "Boston Blackie" made it as a summer replacement show for Amos and Andy... and then it got its own show that ran from April 1945 to October of 1950... starring Richard Kollmar as Blackie. The summer replacement in 1944 starred Chester Morris. Good stories... lots of organ music (it was cheaper than an orchestra and less work and cost then a lot of sound effects guys) ... Always fun to see if you can solve the crime before it is revealed at the end of the show. More "Boston Blackie"episodes in the "Mystery Crime Detective" playlist.

Apr 03 2020

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Rank #11: Town And Country Time with Faron Young - AFRS - 1953

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Syndicated for and sponsored by the United States Army - 1953 - Announcer Mark Hamilton with Hillbilly singer, Faron Young ( Photo ) and the Circle A Wranglers providing the music. All of the cast members were in the Army. Songs include: Ridin' Down the Santa Fe; Bimbo; Betsy Polka; Just Out of Reach of My Two Open Arms; What's The Use to Love You?"
Thanks for listening. Check out more country western music in my playlist!

Sep 08 2019

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Rank #12: Bob And Ray - One Fellas Family - Fixing the Sandbox - Submarine Races Comedy

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Intro to the track gives background on the parody "One Fella's Family" and the second comedy routine edited on the track, "Submarine Races in Maine".... From Bob and Ray on CBS Radio Network 1959-60. Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding (Photo l to r) More Bob and Ray on the playlist of the same name.

Dec 18 2019

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Rank #13: Five Minute Mystery - A Clue In The Hand - Who Dun' It? ca. 1950

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Yet another Five Minute Mystery is waiting to be solved. A crime is about to be committed and you have only a few minutes (five to be exact) to solve the crime. Now of course you would not know if you solved it correctly unless someone told you you did. Well, you are in luck because the announcer will give you a few moments to see if you solved the crime correctly before the criminal is identified. See if you can out sleuth the sleuths! There is "A Clue in the Hand" but who was murdered, how and why? Good luck. More mysteries in the "Five Minute Mystery" Playlist. These shows were often used by local radio stations as "fillers" ... when a schedule had 4 or 5 extra minutes with no content to air, out came a "Five Minute Mystery" They also used the long organ breaks to make announcements about local radio contests or some other promotion that a station might be offering. I must admit, I take a little dramatic license with the organ music sections... and now for something different...

Feb 11 2020

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Rank #14: The Adventures of Philip Marlowe - Face To Forget - June 14, 1950 - Detective Series

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Track intro includes general information about the series and an introduction to Gerald Mohr, who plays Philip Marlowe. "Face to Forget" from June 14, 1950 is an excellent example of the "hard boiled" nature of the character Gerald Mohr portrays. If you like hard-hitting detective stories, you will like Philip Marlowe... Check out my "Mystery - Detective - Crime" Playlist for 144 and growing great shows including more of Philip Marlowe

Sep 14 2019

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Rank #15: Alan Freed Camel Rock And Roll Party- August 14, 1956

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Intro to track gives background on the performing artists on this show who are in order of appearance: Sam the Man Taylor and his Orchestra- Teen Rock, Ann Cole (I've Got A Little Boy, Easy Baby) / The Four Fellows (I Sit In My Window, Soldier Boy) / The Cleftones (Little Girl of Mine, Can't We Be Sweethearts / Sam the Man Taylor and Orchestra - Hang On. More like this in the "Alan Reed Rock and Roll Party" playlist.

Feb 29 2020

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Rank #16: Lux Radio Theatre - The Scarlet Pimpernel - Dec. 12, 1938 - Classic

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Intro on track gives background to the story of "The Scarlet Pimpernel" followed by movie producer of the past, Cecil B. DeMIlle introducing the production starring Leslie Howard as Sir Percy Blakely (see photo) recreating his 1934 film production. Co-star is Olivia DeHavilland as Marguerite. Story of a man who lives a masquerade to try to save people from the guillotine of the French Revolution. This will be in the "Drama" playlist.

Jan 05 2020

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Rank #17: Bob And Ray - Vacation at Chipmunk Lake - WHDH Radio Days - Aug 7, 1951

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From August 7, 1951 comes a 15 minute "Matinee with Bob and Ray" show with a featured routine entitled "Vacation at Chipmunk Lake"... two of the most clever and talented radio personalities to every adorn the radio airways... Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding. Track contains a short intro to the program. There is a "Bob and Ray" Playlist which is going to grow...

Sep 09 2019

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Rank #18: Nightbeat Starring Frank Lovejoy - July 31, 1950 Adventure Drama

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Track has brief introduction and background to the "Nightbeat" series that was on NBC from 1950-52 and starred Frank Lovejoy. It was a very different and very popular adventure/drama show based on a newspaper reporter's work in Chicago.... Nightbeat. Find it in the "Detective - Crime -Mystery" playlist.

Jan 02 2020

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Rank #19: Bob And Ray - Script Writing School - Aug. 8, 1951 - Comedy-Improvisation

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From their NBC radio years... Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding in a skit entitled "Script Writing School" from August 8, 1951. More in the "Bob and Ray" playlist.

Jun 01 2020

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Rank #20: Bob And Ray - NBC Radio - Pretty Please - Dec 12. 1951

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Bob Elliot (photo left to right) and Ray Goulding ... in 1951 after leaving WHDH in Boston and beginning a stint on NBC radio in New York City. They were doing 15 minute shows and no one could pack more entertainment and creativity into 15 minutes than Bob and Ray.. More Bob and Ray in the Playlist "Bob and Ray"....

Jan 27 2020

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Dr. Kildare The Case of Janet Dane - April 19, 1950 - Medical Drama

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We return to another visit with Dr. Kildare (Lew Ayers) as he wrestles with Dr. Gillespie (Lionel "Mr. Potter" Barrymore) in the Case of Janet Dane. Dr. Kildare started on film, spun off to radio, then to television with Richard Chamberlain and Raymond Massey taking over the roles of Dr. Kildare and Dr. Gillespie respectively... that was during the 1960's... so the show in some form or other was around for over 30 years... certainly a remarkable achievement in any form of mass media. Find more trips to the Doctors' office in the "Soap Operas and Medical Dramas" Playlist

Nov 18 2020

30mins

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Victor Borge - Hungarian Rhapsody - Ca: 1950s - Comedy

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Intro to this very funny routine from Victor Borge, gives historical background on his life. Often considered one of the greatest comedians of all time... he always lived up to his reputation of providing visual and oral humor and yet demonstrating incredible talent and knowledge of classical music and of course playing classical piano. Victor Borge tracks live in the "Comedy" Playlist... where else? :)

Nov 18 2020

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Space Patrol - The Lady from Venus - Dec. 20, 1952 - Juvenile Sci-Fi Adventure

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Another adventure with Commander Buzz Corry and Cadet Happy aboard the Terra 5.... Space Patrol from Dec. 20, 1952... The Lady from Venus - Space Patrol lives in its own Playlist on this podcast.

Nov 16 2020

29mins

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Space Patrol - The Last Voyage Of The Lonesome Lena - Dec. 27, 1952 - Juvenile Sci Fi

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Another exciting episode of the "Space Patrol" series... extremely popular on radio and television during the 1950's. Commander Buzz Corry and his assistant, Cadet Happy maintain law and order in the local galaxy. They command the Terra V spacecraft.
Playlist on this podcast has a growing list of these space adventures. Old Time Radio Researchers Group is the source for background material on this program. Many thanks to them for gathering and preserving the history. Space Patrol lives on it's own Playlist!

Nov 15 2020

28mins

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Richard Diamond - The Case Of Betty Moran - May 29, 1949 - Light Mystery

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Intro to track has some anecdotal and factual history related to the program and how much it differed from other mystery shows of the time... which is why it was so popular. Dick Powell stars as Richard Diamond with Virginia Gregg as Helen (his secretary and girlfriend).
Richard Diamond tracks are on the "Detective - Mystery -Crime" Playlist

Nov 15 2020

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Dr. Kildare - The Carolyn Shelley Case - April 12, 1950 - Medical Drama

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Dr. Kildare came to radio after 9 films... all starring Lew Ayers as Dr. Kildare and and some of them Lionel Barrymore as Dr. Gillespie. The character was based on a fictional American medical doctor created in the 1930's by Frederick Faust, under the pen name of Max Brand. The first appearance in film was in 1937 with Joel McCrea as Jimmie Kildare... In the early 40's Lew Ayers took over the role... he was drafted in 1942 and served as a medic until 1946. Lionel Barrymore was incredible as Dr. Gillespie... many of you will remember him as Mr. Potter in "It's a Wonderful Life"... more episodes live in the "Soap Operas and Medical Dramas" Playlist on this podcast.

Nov 15 2020

30mins

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Radio - A Poem By Edgar A. Guest - 1929

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In 1929 Edgar A. Guest wrote a poem about the most amazing technology of his time... radio. When radio first became available to American listeners it was truly a miracle. People could not believe that "sound" was coming through the air! In fact after radio was invented, the proliferation of "Mediums" and "Psychics" took off! Many felt that if "Sound" could travel through the "ether" (that was the name they gave to the medium that the thought conducted sound)... and it could be heard and then recreated by this thing called a "radio," wouldn't it be possible for some people with special psychic abilities to be able to hear voices being sent from "beyond" and then speak what they heard? On this track... I read Edgar A Guest's poem "Radio." It is marvelous in its simplicity. "Radio" will live in the "History of Radio" Playlist.

Nov 14 2020

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Captain Midnight - Epi 33 and 34 - Forced Landing - Trapped - Dec 11-12, 1939 - Adventure

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Captain Midnight, starring George O'Brien, returns with two more back-to-back Episodes. Episode 33 – Forced Landing and Episode 34 - Trapped. These programs were broadcast on Dec. 11th and 12th respectively in 1939. Sully Oil Corporation is sponsor. Previous and Future "Captain Midnight" adventures are living on the "Captain Midnight" playlist on this podcast. More to come... For background on the series, go to the first two episodes.

Nov 14 2020

29mins

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The Lives Of Harry Lime - See Naples And Live - Orson Welles - Aug. 10, 1951 - Mystery

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Produced in the United Kingdom in 1951-52 season, but broadcast in the United States... Orson Welles reprises his role of Harry Lime from the popular 1949 film "The Third Man." The radio program was actually a prequel to the film as it depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Harry Lime...but does so in a much lighter tone than that of the film. In the radio series, Harry Lime is a crook, but he has some scruples!. This was the first radio series that was not produced by the BBC, that they broadcast... All 52 episodes were syndicated to radio stations in the U.S. in 1951-52. Harry Lime lives in "The Lives of Harry Lime" Playlist on this podcast.

Nov 14 2020

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The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe - Careless Cleaner- Nov. 17, 1950 - Mystery

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The intro to the track has background material on Sydney Greenstreet who actually started his career in film and radio at the age of 61. He was not only a talented actor, but for the character of Nero Wolfe, he also had the perfect look... a very heavy man - 350+ lbs.. interested in his gourmet habits and raising exotic plants. The only problem is that he needed money to do these things. His skill as a "solver of crimes" was his source of revenue...but he had to have a legman do all the gathering of information... that was Archie Goodwin. Excellent stories, acting, and technical production. Nero Wolfe lives in the Playlist "Mystery - Detectives - Crime" on this podcast

Nov 14 2020

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Lux Radio Theater - Here Comes Mr. Jordan - Jan. 26, 1942 - Comedy

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Introduction to "Here Comes Mr. Jordan" gives a synopsis of the origin of the show. Cary Grant stars in this radio adaptation of the 1941 comedy film that originally starred Robert Montgomery. Cecil B. DeMille introduces the program and briefly interviews some of the stars at the end of the show This show will live in the "Comedy" Playlist.

Nov 13 2020

59mins

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Fort Laramie - Epi 12 - The Recruit - April 22, 1956 - Western Drama

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This is the 12th Episode that has been added to the "Fort Laramie" Playlist on this podcast. A historically accurate series produced and directed by Norman Macdonnell... who also produced the "Gunsmoke" series. Track has background on the series and some historical information about Fort Laramie in Wyoming... a National Historic Site. Great cast, excellent scripts, and historical accuracy made this an extremely popular series for its 41 episode run in 1956 (1 episode was an Audition show)

Nov 08 2020

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My Friend Irma - The Reward - Dec, 01, 1947 - Sitcom

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This track has an introduction that presents the background of the series introducing the stars and the roles they played. This sitcom was extremely popular during its 7 year run from 1947 to 1954 on CBS Radio. The radio show gave birth to a television version on CBS from 1952-54 and a film "My Friend Irma" which introduced Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis to moviegoers in 1949. It resulted in a film sequel with Martin and Lewis "My Friend Irma Goes West in 1950.
There are more episodes of this series in the playlist "My Friend Irma"

Nov 06 2020

33mins

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Dragnet - The Big Canary - Dec 6, 1951 - Police Drama

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Sgt. Joe Friday and his partner Ben Romano are trying to solve a murder... and several clues are found in the form of dead canaries, who have all been killed in the same way as the victim... The Big Canary - is the case under investigation in this outstanding police drama starring Jack Webb. Today the staccato delivery of the lines may sound a little corny, but back in the late 1940s and all through the 50's, Dragnet was thought to be the most realistic police drama on radio... and television as well. Enjoy more Dragnet episodes in the "Mystery - Detective - Crime" Playlist on this podcast.

Nov 06 2020

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Blondie - Holiday Spirits - Dec 1949 - SitCom

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Blondie is a sitcom adapted from the Blondie comic strip by Chic Young. It was on radio from 1939 to 1950 on several different networks. Dagwood was played by Arthur Lake and Penny Singleton played Blondie, but not for the entire run. In this episode Ann Rutherford plays Blondie. Also heard is Hanley Stafford as Mr. Dithers, Dagwood's boss. It is near Christmas and Dagwood asks Mr. Dithers for a Christmas bonus... but Mr. Dithers is not in a holiday mood, after all he gave Dagwood $5 a couple of weeks before... what could he have possibly spent all that money on in just two weeks!
Cute holiday show.... will live in our "Christmas" Playlist.

Nov 03 2020

32mins

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Philco Radio Time - Bing Crosby - Dec 25, 1946 - Christmas Show - Music

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Track has an introduction that gives background on this special Christmas night show from 1946. The program is packed with traditional Christmas songs sung by Bing. This was also one of the first shows pre-recorded using a new technology originally developed by the Germans... audio tape, and as such the audio quality is much better than the transcribed discs. It is a very good holiday show. Will live in our "Christmas" Playlist.

Nov 03 2020

32mins

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Casey Crime Photographer - The Laughing Killer - May 8, 1947 - Mystery

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This show was known by a variety of titles... Crime Photographer, Flashgun Case, Casey, Crime Photographer... but they were all about the same character who was a photographer for "The Morning Express" The Introduction to this episode names the characters and their roles in the program. Basically Casey takes photos for the paper but then manages to get himself involved in trying to solve the crime that he had photographed. Good show. On radio from 1943 to 1955... TV series from 1951 to 1952 with Darren McGavin playing Casey. The star in this episode is Staats Cotsworth. Casey lives in or "Detective, Mystery, Crimes" playlist.

Nov 03 2020

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The Glenn Miller Story - Chap 18 - Conclusion - Andy Mansfield - 1956 - Musical Documentary

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The first Chapter has introductory information about this 18 chapter series produced by Andy Mansfield (Turn Back the Clock DJ) in 1956.
This is Chapter 18, the conclusion of this series that will live in the playlist "The Glenn Miller Story"

Nov 03 2020

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The Glenn Miller Story - Chap 17 - Andy Mansfield - 1956 - Musical Documentary

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The first Chapter has introductory information about this 18 chapter series produced by Andy Mansfield (Turn Back the Clock DJ) in 1956.
This is Chapter 17 that will live in the playlist "The Glenn Miller Story"
One more chapter to go to complete this remarkable history of Glenn Miller's civilian and military band career.

Nov 03 2020

28mins

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The Glenn Miller Story - Chap 16 - Andy Mansfield - 1956 - Musical Documentary

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The first Chapter has introductory information about this 18 chapter series produced by Andy Mansfield (Turn Back the Clock DJ) in 1956.
This is Chapter 16 that will live in the playlist "The Glenn Miller Story"

Nov 03 2020

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