Those Unknown Shows We Discovered Later

Discussion in 'Radio' started by happyfilmluvguy, Oct 26, 2006.

  1. happyfilmluvguy

    happyfilmluvguy Call Me a Cab

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    My uncle recently gave me more CDs and Journey Into Space is on one of them. I have only heard 2 parts of Operation Luna, since that is all that is on there. It's a great show.
     
  2. Sunny

    Sunny One Too Many

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    At last, someone else who's heard it! :eusa_clap I'm exercising a LOT of self-control and listening to one episode of "The World in Peril" a day. It's very rewarding, but oh-so-hard to pace myself. I just eat this stuff up. ;)
     
  3. rick5150

    rick5150 One of the Regulars

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    Definitely Don Ameche and Frances Langford as "The Bickersons." Can't get enough.
     
  4. Merrill Wayne B

    Merrill Wayne B New in Town

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    My radio listening career began about 1945. Shows never heard on our Zenith chairside which sat on a table - yes the dial readings were always upside down - in our earlier days were "The Mysterious Traveler", "The Whistler" and a show which has become my all time favorite, the 15 minute version of Vic and Sade which I still consider the best written show of the thirties. I have gotten most of these recently on tape. You love Vic and Sade or you (don't get it) hate it. About the Zenith: I turned the dial 180 degrees when I got older so the numbers were right side up but I had to put it back because my dad got confused! I still have that radio. My family was well known for never really consuming anything except food. At one time my mother was using a 50-year-old refrigerator with a 30 year old wringer washer and damn proud of it too!
     
  5. happyfilmluvguy

    happyfilmluvguy Call Me a Cab

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    Anyone here should definitely have the experience of listening to a radio program through an authentic look radio. I've been using a FM Transmitter to transmit my radio programs from my computer or another source into an FM Radio. I just bought a reproduction Companion Crosley recently and it is just so much greater listening to a radio program on the real thing than on your computer or cd player, etc. A real treat and experience.

    Listening to Journey Into Space in the living room with this radio was great!
     

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