OLD TIME RADIO...from www.RADIOthen.network...Broadcast Dramas, Comedy, Music, News, Documentaries and interviews about old time radio series and celebrities from the golden age of radio broadcasting. Primarily in the United States. Enjoy!
BOX 13 "Book of Poems"
Episode 9. Robert N. Chase sends Dan Holiday a book of poetry by Sir Walter Scott, but Chase has been dead for ten years.
BOB AND RAY "McBeebee Family Singers"
February 18, 1960 Bob and Ray present the CBS Radio Network.
ALAN'S HIDEAWAY "Episode 001"
A montage of music and memories from the 20th century by broadcaster R. Alan Campbell.
BILL STEWART SHOW "AFRTS 413 7-8"
Bill Stewart, and a few other hosts, recorded and stored their shows at AFRTS-LA for four to six months prior to air. Although the programming was 5-55:00 at the beginning, it was considered "ever green" by the LA producers. Bill Stewart never mentioned "it's the Monday edition" or "it's the Tuesday edition" the way Roger Carroll did for his 5-55:00 series. I believe this was due to the inordinate delay in recording the Bill Stewart Shows. He just didn't know what day the show was to be aired!
When Bill Stewart says "this song is a new release", it really isn't. . .it's four to six months old. (Notes from https://afrtsarchive.blogspot.com/)
CONCERT CAMEO "Robert Farnon"
Robert Joseph Farnon CM (24 July 1917 – 23 April 2005) was a Canadian born composer, conductor, musical arranger and trumpet player. As well as being a composer of light original works for orchestra.
BIG TOWN "Deadly Doll"
November 23, 1948. Most criminals pay for their crime one way or another. Some pay in prison stretches five, ten and twenty year installments. For others the final payment is death. Edward Pawley stars as Steve Wilson editor of The Illustrated Press.