May 12th to May 18th, 2013 RadioClassics Show Schedules

If you haven’t grabbed it yet, the new weekly schedule can be found by clicking to see Full Story & Pictures and then the following link; ShowSchedules

We begin the week with Mother’s Day (and four appropriately themed episodes from Harris & Faye, The Red Skelton Show, The Life Of Riley, Father Knows Best). And we once again mark National Police Week with a number of law enforcement episodes from Dragnet, Calling All Cars and Tales Of The Texas Rangers.

Among the birthday tributes: Katharine Hepburn (Lux Radio Theater’s “Undercurrent”); Henry Fonda (Lux Radio Theater’s “Mary Burns, Fugitive”, The Cavalcade Of America, Suspense); Joseph Cotten (Academy Award Theater, Suspense); Maureen O’Sullivan (Chase & Sanborn Hour); bandleader Meredith Willson (Burns & Allen Show); author Leslie Charteris (The Saint) and more.

Additional new to the channel offerings from The Whistler, The Jack Benny Program, Let George Do it, The Life Of Riley, Gunsmoke, Have Gun Will Travel, Wild Bill Hickok, CBS Radio Workshop, Yours Truly Johnny Dollar, Candy Matson, Suspense, The Great Gildersleeve and The Weird Circle.


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4 thoughts on “May 12th to May 18th, 2013 RadioClassics Show Schedules”

  1. Hi Cora
    It is very nice that I am in your thoughts. Mothers Day was extremely cold here. It even snowed a little, but I got through the day. I am recovering from foot surgery and am pretty much housebound for a couple of weeks. Thank goodness for this channel that offers classic entertainment or else I think that I would go mad from boredom. I hardly ever watch TV. How have you coped with your loss?

    1. It helps that I can get around. Weather here also cold. Back to corduroy here in the mid-atlantic. I have a son in the area and other family so it is easy to be busy and that is my biggest help., My Mom was helping to raise my niece and so I stepped in. I am so sorry about your foot. Yes, Radio Classics helps me thru a good portion of my day and a must to fall asleep with for me.
      They kept me busy on sunday, an early breakfast, and out to dinner later.

  2. Lana, Hopefully, Mother’s Day wasn’t too painful for you. I celebrated by making it “Eat everything I want Day” and listening to Radio Classics.

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