Oct 30, 2012
Everybody remembers Jack Benny and Fibber McGee and Molly.
But there was another radio program that was in the Hooper Radio
Ratings Top Ten for many years, and it is not so well
It was called Mr. District Attorney, and it was the most popular crime show on radio throughout the 1940s.
It was gritty, true...
Oct 25, 2012
Have you written your metal detecting or treasure hunting book yet?
Too hard, you say?
If Michael Lotito can eat this Cessna 150 (he did!), you can write a book.
Because the method is the same - eat a plane, or write a book,
one tiny bite at a time.
Here's how I write my books, and how you can do it...
Oct 22, 2012
Screen Directors Playhouse was one of those shows that let you
watch a movie on your radio.
Each week, a movie director would introduce a radio version of his latest film, often featuring the same stars that had appeared in the movie. And after the show, the director chatted with the stars.
Oct 18, 2012
You're playing a team that is absolutely horrible. Can't
hit, can't field, can't run, can't pitch.
And they have two team bats: a wooden one, and a Hammer.
Do you show no mercy and win by 30?
Or do you cut them some breaks?
Thoughts on that, and more, in this show.
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Oct 15, 2012
Mayor of the town was part comedy, part drama, a Norman Rockwell
picture of small-town life during World War II.
Lionel Barrymore starred in this program that aired from 1942 to 1949.
Agnes Moorehead played his housekeeper, and Conrad Binyon was his young ward.
This episode, The Mayor Takes Care of Five Cats,...