Oct 31, 2011
Cabin B13 was one of those fondly-remembered radio programs for
which no recorded episodes survived. Or so it was thought,
until tapes of three of the shows were unearthed.
Cabin B13 was the cabin of the ship's doctor on a luxury cruise liner, and the doctor was the narrator of the stories. He was played by Arnold...
Oct 27, 2011
If certain members of congress get their way, the one-dollar
bill could soon become extinct. There is a serious move afoot
to replace the paper dollar with a dollar coin.
Dollar coins have been tried and rejected before. Compared to the Susan B. Anthony dollar, the Ford Edsel was a roaring success.
But this time...
Oct 24, 2011
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century was the first radio science
fiction series. It was based on the comic strip which started
in 1929, and the radio version was on the air for fifteen years,
from 1932 to 1947.
Several actors played Buck over the years, and the program went from fifteen minutes to a half hour and then...
Oct 20, 2011
Every other Thursday, I post a new episode of In the Softball Corner.
But this morning I woke up with laryngitis. The only
sounds I can make are barely-discernable croaks and
So rather than try to whisper my way through this week's show, I'm instead shutting up completely and presenting one of the...
Oct 17, 2011
The Adventures of Ellery Queen was a fun detective radio show,
because the audience was given a chance to solve the crime before
Ellery fingered the culprit.
Near the end of each episode, Ellery would stop the show to announce that he had the necessary clues to solve the mystery, and he then invited the listening...