Sept. 30th to Oct. 6th 2012 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

First upcoming events to mention;

If you are in the New York area or “pining” for a Big Apple visit -The New York Old Time Radio Convention  is being held this year Oct. 13th and 14th. It will featured numerous radio show re-creations, celebrity guests, dinner banquet and much more. You can learn more about it here 

And remember I would love to have you join me for the Radio Spirits Old-Time Radio Cruise planned for June 22nd-27th 2013 – visit the website at or call Larry at 800-269-2127  Lots of great activities planned, you can see that by clicking HERE

On to the week at hand:

We are marking the 50th anniversary of what is traditionally called the final evening of The Golden Age Of Radio. On September 30th, 1962 the final two regularly scheduled radio drama episodes aired. In the first half of the tw0-hour special, we are debuting on the channel those two productions. They are Suspense – Devilstone and Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar – The Tip-Off Matter with Mandel Kramer. I have then filled out that two-hour block with the premiere episodes of those very same series for a little “first and last” tribute.

Birthday week tributes for Carole Lombard, Deborah Kerr, Bud Abbott, Groucho Marx, Janet Gaynor, Barton Yarborough, Lamont Johnson, announcer Tony Marvin, singer Kenny Baker and writers Mel Dinelli and Damon Runyon.

Additional new to the channel episodes from Let George Do It, The Jack Benny Program, Dennis Day Show, Hawk Larabee, Gunsmoke, The Saint, Our Miss Brooks, Mr. District Attorney, The Whistler, Fort Laramie, Frontier Fighters and more.



2 thoughts on “Sept. 30th to Oct. 6th 2012 RadioClassics Show Schedules”

  1. Tuned in on Saturday to hear the End of Golden Age 6pm EST block and what do I hear? Abbott and Costello. Not the first time the wrong programming’s been running in the wrong time slot…won’t be the last, I’m sure.

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