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First of all; if you haven’t caught it on the main website, I am very busy with other things that might interest you.
My First Audio Books
Recently, I had the distinct pleasure of narrating screenwriter Derek Haas’ first two novels, which are taut and suspenseful thrillers about a wily assassin who struggles with his conscience and his past. They are told in first person and, yes, the lead character is a professional killer, so be forewarned the language is profane, the situations intense and very violent. Not what longtime listeners are used to hearing from me.
You can heard a sample of them at the following links;
New Audio Dramas
Independent of my work on Radio Classics and When Radio Was, I have been working with some folks who love radio dramas to produce some brand new audio shows, To listen to an exclusive sneak preview of our demo for what we hope will be the first in a series of cutting-edge, new audio shows, click here.
Okay on Radio Classics we celebrate the life of 60 Minutes newsman, Mike Wallace (born May 9th, 1918) by listening to him as announcer and commercial pitchman on The Adventures of Sky King and Meet The Meeks.
Another birthday celebrant; Katharine Hepburn (May 12th 1907 – June 29th, 2003) and we’ll bring back Theatre Guild On The Air’s 1945 hour long version of her 1933 motion picture, “Little Women.”
We begin the week with a couple new to the channel Mother’s Day episodes; from Phil Harris & Alice Faye and Red Skelton.
We’ll also have a Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar Marathon, multiple Suspense episodes with Henry Fonda, Joseph Cotten, Gene Kelly, Ben Wright & Sarah Churchill and much more.