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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.
On to the weekly highlights:
It’s a very busy week folks! Led by a two-hour special to mark the 102nd birthday of Hollywood living legend Kirk Douglas, but we also bring back some Day Of Infamy – Pearl Harbor Day specials.
Norman Corwin’s landmark patriotic programs – We Hold These Truths and Screen Guild Theater’s production “Between Americans” which aired on December 7th, 1941 plus Lux Radio Theater’s “Air Force”, The March Of Time docudrama “The First Week Of War” and The Cavalcade Of America’s “Walk In The Sun”.
Back to the birthday specials, in addition to Kirk Douglas’s 102 (Suspense, Academy Award Theater, Screen Director’s Playhouse) we’ll celebrate the following folks among others: Agnes Moorehead (Suspense, The Shadow, Columbia Workshop); Douglas Fairbanks Jr (Academy Award Theater, Suspense, Jack Benny Program); author Dalton Trumbo (“Johnny Got His Gun”), Arch Oboler (Lights Out) and radio actor Whitfield Connor (Inheritance, Suspense).
Plus we mark some series anniversaries of The Mysterious Traveler (75th) and The Colgate Sports Newsreel with Bill Stern (81st).
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