August 12th to August 18th 2012 RadioClassics Show Schedules

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First of all further information about  the Old Time Radio Cruise sponsored by Radio Spirits. I realize this is not an event for everyone and certainly am not trying to push it too hard. I just think for folks who can join me next June, it will be a blast and we need to gauge interest ASAP so we’ll know whether it can proceed. The quick facts; The Ship – Royal Caribbean’s Explorer Of The Seas. Departure Port – Cape Liberty NJ (New York City); Destination – Bermuda; Duration – 5 days; Dates – June 22nd – 27th, 2013.

To learn more about joining me on the cruise next June check out the special website or contact Larry Schwartz at 800-269-2127 Ext 2

Okay on to the week on RadioClassics

Birthday week tributes for Maureen O’Hara (she is 92!); Alfred Hitchcock; Cecil B. DeMille; Mae West; Gloria Blondell and Bert Lahr.

New to the channel episodes from The Whistler; Let George Do It; The Life Of Riley; Suspense; Fort Laramie; The Weird Circle, Mr. & Mrs. North; The Inner Sanctum Mysteries; Jack Benny and more.

We have a Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar 5-part marathon (The Laughing Matter); The Screen Director’s Playhouse hour-long version of Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound; the married couple of Jack Benny & Mary Livingstone (with Cecil B. DeMille) in a great hour long Lux Radio Theater comedy episode, “Seven Keys To Baldpate” and the infamous Garden of Eden sketch on Chase & Sanborn Hour….with Don Ameche as Adam and Mae West as Eve.



2 thoughts on “August 12th to August 18th 2012 RadioClassics Show Schedules”

  1. Thanks fo the Hitchcock programming. Always been a big fan. Anxiously waiting the results of the Vitalis treatments. Hope you arent left with patent leather hairdo.

  2. Another great week of programming…Thanks, again!
    I just read Ginger Roger’s autobiography where she mentions so many of the names of the people in these radio shows. Nice to see her in one of your photos. She was a real trouper! These actors knew how to let their voices do the acting. Your channel is one of our household staples. Keep up the good work.

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