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Interviews as First Heard on Sirius XM Radio Classics


As I’ve mentioned on the air, I frequently have the pleasure of visiting with various radio performers, celebrity fans, authors, etc., who are in some way involved with the Old-Time Radio business, or who are simply just huge fans of the genre.

Now you can listen to those interviews for free, here on my Web site.

Rob Weller
Rob Weller

Robb Weller Interview – 2010

This first interview is with Robb Weller, TV producer and nephew of longtime radio and television announcer Art Gilmore, which I conducted in October of 2010, as heard on Sirius XM Radio Classics.



So What Else Have I Been Up To?


My First Audio Books

Recently, I had the distinct pleasure of narrating screenwriter Derek Haas’ first two novels, which are taut and suspenseful thrillers about a wily assassin who struggles with his conscience and his past. They were enormous fun to read, even though recording an audio book is a lot harder than it looks (sounds?).

These are gritty, contemporary stories that contain adult content and language, so if you think you might be interested, you can listen to a sample and download them by clicking on the links below.

“Screenwriter Haas’s debut features a darkly compelling narrator. When a young hit man who refers to himself as Columbus learns his next job is to assassinate presidential candidate Abe Mann, Columbus is not taken aback so much by Mann’s national prominence as he is by the key role Mann once played in Columbus’s past. Soon Columbus realizes that those behind the plot appear to be setting somebody else up as well – himself.” – Publisher’s Weekly

Download “The Silver Bear” at

“Like Jeff Lindsay’s Dexter, Columbus is a thoroughly likable villain. He operates on the wrong side of the law, with his own moral code and his own unique sense of compassion. It’s impossible not to like the guy, even though he explicitly and repeatedly tells us not to, just as it’s impossible not to like the novel itself.” – David Pitt at Booklist.

Download “Columbus” at


The cast of "Unconditional," by Michael Gilvary From left: Jeff Baker, Nancy Camp, Spencer Bush, Craig Sechler
New Audio Dramas


Independent of my work on Radio Classics and When Radio Was, I have been working with some folks who love radio dramas to produce some brand new audio shows, including the top Hollywood screenwriter Derek Haas (“Wanted,” “3:10 to Yuma,” etc.), whose Web site showcases some of the best short story writing coming out of Hollywood today. (Note: Some of the stories are adult themed, so use discretion as to what you wish to read.)

To listen to an exclusive sneak preview of our demo for what we hope will be the first in a series of cutting-edge, new audio shows, click here.

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  1. Radio shows with so-called live audiences. Were there live audiences or simply canned laughter?
    I noticed on some radio plays, signing off seemed to be an issue. The stars of the show would say a few words and then say “goodnight”. Do you suppose they ran out of time, if live? Seemed like there should have been more.
    I grew up in the 50’s, but rarely listened to radio, especially when TV came into the home. Great stuff, but the golden age of radio was really for a very short time.
    Great programing on your part. Travel much and satellite radio is a great addition to my vehicle. Moray’s sure have changed. Radio version of Gun Smoke was far better than TV version. More edgier. Loved William Conrad’s voice.
    Thanks for the memories

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