Oct. 13th to Oct. 19th 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

Hey folks, a friend and channel fan, filmmaker Michael James Kacey is helping a worthy project on Kickstarter looking for support for the 24th Old Time Radio Convention for The Society To Preserve and Encourage Radio Drama Variety and Comedy (SPERDVAC). The event is scheduled for Friday, November 15th through Sunday, November 17th, 2013 at the Beverly Garland Hotel in North Hollywood, California. The invited celebrity guest list is very impressive and extensive. I recommend you give the website a visit, help out if you can, and maybe attend if possible. Gonna be a blast. Here again is the direct link

“It’s The Holidays” Old Time Radio Convention

Speaking of links remember if you’d like to see the video from last June’s Radio Spirits sea cruise – it can be found here


Okay among the birthdays being celebrating on the channel this week; Marsha Hunt’s 96th (Suspense, The Bickersons) and she is also tentatively scheduled to appear at that SPERDVAC Old Time Radio convention next month. Other birthday celebrants include Martin Blaine’s 100th (FBI In Peace & War, American Portraits); Rita Hayworth; Robert Hall (The Green Hornet); Berry Kroeger (Murder At Midnight, Inner Sanctum Mysteries); Linda Darnell; Benita Hume (The Halls of Ivy); Lillian Gish, Cornell Wilde and Jan Miner (The Chase, Boston Blackie, Casey Crime Photographer).

We also have a Columbus Day special (Life with Luigi, Stan Freberg) and mark the series debut anniversary for Let George Do It with a new to the channel episode. Other new to the channel offerings from The CBS Radio Workshop, The Life Of Riley, The Whistler, The Screen Director’s Playhouse, The Mysterious Traveler, Mr. & Mrs. North, Wild Bill Hickok, Nick Carter Master Detective and more.


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2 thoughts on “Oct. 13th to Oct. 19th 2013 RadioClassics Show Schedules”

  1. Thank you for running the CBS Radio Workshop program “I Was The Duke”. It was a captivating piece that could only be played on satellite radio. What a great piece.

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