"The Fowler Family Radio Hour" features down-home songs and commercials, the latest episode of the soap opera "Holly Springs Eternal," and plenty of local color from the fictional southern town of Henley.
Otherwise, It Was a Lovely Picnic
Fannie Lou has an epiphany after her date with Tom, the Coffee County Action Prevention Council does its melodic part to halt the alarming rise of falling bullets, the motive for Calvin's shooting is traced to a network-television feud from the 1960s, and Caldonia wakes up in the hospital on "Holly Springs Eternal." Sponsored by the Coffee County Farmers' Almanac, Dogwood Press, and Gram-Grams.
A Kiddie Pool Filled With Antifreeze
Fannie Lou "wins" a date with Tom Krystal, Ray-Ray narrows down the list of suspects in Calvin's shooting, Essie May sings a song with her sister about the game of love, and Caldonia meets a mysterious piano tuner on "Holly Springs Eternal." Sponsored by George's Boiled Peanuts and the Henley Women's Council.
Things That Do More Than One Thing
Ray-Ray attempts to sleuth the truth about who shot Calvin, Fannie Lou gives advice to pet owners and sings a tragic ballad with Ash, Essie May answers listener mail, and Caldonia and her former flame, C.F., reconnect on "Holly Springs Eternal." Sponsored by Darkside Moonshine.
The Lay of the Land
The Fowlers introduce themselves to a new listener and sing a song about their hometown, Essie May gives common-sense advice, Calvin receives medical advice, and it's Caldonia and Clayton's wedding day on the soap opera "Holly Springs Eternal." Sponsored by Duke's Mayonnaise and the Eva Gabor Wig Company.
Love this Show!
I’ve seen the Fowler Family Radio Hour Live at BugHouse Theatre in Chicago and love it! The transition to a podcast has been flawless! Captures all the charm and delightfulness of seeing these comedians on the stage. Looking forward to listening to this week after week!
Fun! Great Harmonies!
This group of talented actors and singers brings you to the freshness and positivity of the South.
These eposides are not "off-the-cuff, " but obviously well-scripted, and expertly edited.
It's pure pleasure to listen to the results of their hard work.
Their voices blend in such an authentic Olde Time Radio fashion.
Being from the South, but now living more in the Midwest, this show was a walk down memory lane! Great accents, with subtle jokes; it was a a joyful show. Looking forward to Episode 2!