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The highlight this week is the 70th Anniversary Of The Attack On Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (December 7th, 1941). I have two different two-hour special airing to pay tribute to the event. While they debut in the regular rotation on Sunday; the main broadcast occurs at 8pm ET (7pm CT, 6pm MT, 5pm PT) on Wednesday, December 7th and continues for four straight hours. I will bring back Norman Corwin’s “We Hold These Truths – Day Of Infamy” special and Lux Radio Theater’s radio version of “The War Against Mrs. Hadley”, and also feature Corwin’s script “Between Americans” hosted by Orson Welles and debut a new to the channel Corwin series – One World Flight which chronicled his 1946 around-the-world trip. In the final half-hour of each two-hour block, you’ll hear some new interviews I conducted with radio actor, Cliff Carpenter and writer/director Michael Kacey as they remembered Corwin (He died back in October at age 101.)
We also have a number of high profile birthday week tributes including Kirk Douglas (He is 95 on the 9th!); Arch Oboler (Lights Out); Agnes Moorehead (Suspense, The Shadow); producer/director William Spier (Suspense, Sam Spade); author Dalton Trumbo (Johnny Got His Gun); Dorothy Lamour (guesting on Bob Hope Show & Jimmy Durante Show); writer Cornell Woolrich (Suspense, Screen Director’s Playhouse) and composer Alexander Courage (Broadway Is My Beat, Star Trek.)
Also we continue to introduce Christmas radio episodes to the mix.