Aug. 11th to Aug. 17th 2013 RadioClassics Show Schedules

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This week features a number of specials headed up by a birthday week long tribute for famed thriller motion picture director, Alfred Hitchcock. This year we have Lux Radio Theater’s version of “Strangers On A Train”, Mystery In The Air’s “The Lodger” (with Peter Lorre, Agnes Moorehead and Harry Morgan) plus The Screen Guild Players take on “Rebecca” which was Hitch’s only best picture Oscar winner.

Joining me for the two-hour special will be friend and channel fan, Derek Haas. The Hollywood screenwriter (3:10 to Yuma, Wanted) is co-creator, producer and writer for NBC’s Chicago Fire and its soon to be seen spinoff, Chicago PD. He also is the author of four novels, the first two I was lucky enough to voice the audiobook narration.  You can learn more about Derek and his novels over

Additional birthday tributes for the following folks among others: Maureen O’Hara (93rd!); Mae West; Gloria Blondell; movie director and Lux Radio Theater host, Cecil B. DeMille and Eddie Green (Duffy’s Tavern).

Additional new to the channel this week offerings from The Academy Award Theater, Suspense, The Weird Circle, The CBS Radio Workshop, Murder At Midnight, The Damon Runyon Theater and more.


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2 thoughts on “Aug. 11th to Aug. 17th 2013 RadioClassics Show Schedules”

  1. Greg,
    I took your advice and went to the Birthplace of John Wayne web site, which I have on my AOL favorite places. I have visited the site in the past. The TV interview with Maureen O’Hara was great. It was sad to see such a vibrant and vivacious lady look so frail, but then again she is 93.
    I agree with Greg and any of you that are fans of Maureen to go to the web site.

  2. Maureen (FitzSimmons) O’Hara turning 93. What a classy lady and a terrific actress and might I add, a beautiful woman also. I especially enjoyed her in the movies with my all time favorite actor, The Duke, John Wayne. Of course the best, The Quiet Man.
    Thanks Greg for celebrating this lovely lady’s birthday. And may she have many more.

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