Frank Proctor selects, and then describes some of the greatest shows from the golden age of radio the 1930s and 1940s like The Shadow and Fibber McGee & Molly. A half-hour of drama, mystery or suspense is followed by a half-hour of comedy.
Helen Corday & Baby Booties
Dragnet (1949) followed by My Favourite Husband (1948)
Sheriff Billy & Inventing A New Drug
The Six Shooter (1953) followed by Phil Harris and Alice Faye (1948)
The Millions Dollar Deadline & Fibber Makes Fudge
Challenge of the Yukon (1949) followed by Fibber McGee & Molly (1945)
The Stolen Car Ring & Boys Nite Out
Boston Blackie (1946) followed by The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1948)
Spanish Gold & Bargain Hats for Mother's Day
Bold Venture (1951) followed by Our Miss Brooks (1951)
The Alibi & The Poker Game
The Whistler (1942) followed by Fibber McGee & Molly (1943)
Such insight and history delivered with a casual familiarity and ease. We greatly enjoy old radio programs and are delighted with each new set of episodes and descriptions.