Nov 26th to Dec 2nd Shows and Highlights

If you haven’t grabbed it yet, the new weekly schedule can be found by clicking the following link; ShowSchedules

Cabins are booking folks for the 7th Annual Radio Spirits Sea Cruise. If you are interested in joining me next July for a cruise out of New York City with stops in Maine and Canada, head to the following website to get the details and secure a cabin http://www.cruisingwithgregbell.com/  or you can give Larry a call at 800-269-2127.

Also the channel is participating this year in SiriusXM’s fight to end hunger. It’s The Why Hunger Hungerthon Donation Drive. Ya wanna join me in studio and do my job for a bit? And also take home multiple classic radio show collections courtesy of Radio Spirits? Visit www.siriusxm.com/hungerthon  and place your bid in a special auction. Bidding closes on December 12th.

Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! Hard to believe but yes indeed we are rolling into December and therefore the Christmas shows are arriving, for the next couple of weeks you’ll hear some sprinkled throughout the schedule building to the annual extended Christmas week which runs this year from Monday The 17th through Tuesday the 25th.

Here are some of the birthdays being celebrated this week:

Richard Crenna (Our Miss Brooks, The Great Gildersleeve, A Date With Judy); Elliott Lewis (Phil Harris & Alice Faye, Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen, The Casebook of Gregory Hood, Suspense, The Whistler, and Crime Classics); Nero Wolfe creator, Rex Stout; Mary Martin (special guest on The Jack Benny Program); Harry Bartell (Escape, Gunsmoke, Suspense, The Six Shooter); Ralph Bell (The Mysterious Traveler, CBS Radio Workshop); Ezra Stone (The Aldrich Family); Warren William (Strange Wills, Suspense); William Tracy (Dark Venture); Bob Readick (Suspense, Yours Truly Johnny Dollar); Donald Woods (The Whistler); mystery writer John Dickson Carr (Murder By Experts, Suspense); science fiction author Frederik Pohl (X-Minus One “Target One”); and Samuel Clemens aka Mark Twain’s (CBS Radio Workshop’s “Roughin’ It” and The Ford Theater’s “A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court”).

And we mark the 88th anniversary of the radio debut of The First Nighter Program plus present weekly The Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar Marathon “The Chesapeake Fraud Matter.”

Greg

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