May 13th to May 19th 2012 RadioClassics Schedule

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A reminder; I am set to attend a Jimmy Stewart birthday party in his hometown of Indiana, Pennsylvania on Saturday May 19th. It is located in Western Pennsylvania and hour or so east of Pittsburgh. The Jimmy Stewart Museum is located at 835 Philadelphia Street, Indiana PA 15701. The birthday event will be held at the museum from Noon to 2pm ET on Saturday May 19th. I will be sure to record some interviews and get some pictures to share with all of you later.

Yes folks, RadioClassics Channel 82 is online now as part of the Sirius XM internet service(and available on the Sirius XM Phone App)!

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May 13th to May 19th is National Police Week and as we did last year we honor law enforcement with daily specials. We have episodes of all the top cop dramas of the era including Dragnet, Tales Of The Texas Rangers, Broadway Is My Beat, Calling All Cars and Police Headquarters.

Also we mark the 70th anniversary of the debut of The Whistler with the very first episode plus some new to the channel offerings.

Birthday week tributes for Henry Fonda, Joseph Cotten, author Daphne Du Maurier (The Birds), musical director Meredith Willson (Burns & Allen Show) and Quiz Kid Joel Kupperman.

Of course we also have some Mother’s Day comedies including ones from The Life Of Riley, Phil Harris & Alice Faye Show, Red Skelton and Father Knows Best.


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  1. Hi Greg,

    Just a note to say how much I love this channel. I don’t watch even a fraction of the hours of TV I used to watch. My only complaint is that I need to sleep & work. I listen @ work, but unfortunately I can’t concentrate on the program ’cause I need to work & get interrupted quite often. Once I get home I have a much better situation so I can listen & truly enjoy. One of my favs is “Our Miss Brooks”. I recall the TV program more than the radio show of the time, but because of the TV show I can easily visualize Eve Arden’s “animated faces she could make. Very funny lady.
    Keep up the excellent work. -Jim

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