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TWTD Archive – January 14th, 1995

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, January 14, 1995

WORDS AT WAR (1-9-45)  “Borrowed Night” is the WW II story of an Alsatian soldier who escapes from the German army by malingering.

SPEAKING OF RADIO (1-14-95) The Jack Benny Program. Conclusion of the 12-part series features clips from the Benny shows plus comments by Don Wilson, George Balzer, Dennis Day, Jack Benny and Joan Benny.

LUX RADIO THEATRE (1-15-45) “The Master Race” is a radio adaptation of the 1944 film. After D-Day in WW II, Nazi collaborators of a crumbling Third Reich devise a plan to go into hiding while the Allies sweep into Germany with hope to regroup later the bring back a new and stronger Master Race. This program is introduced by TWTD film historian Bob Kolososki.

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY (1-9-45)  Fibber brings home mushrooms and invites all his friends over for a tasty steak and mushroom dinner.

WORLD NEWS TODAY (1-14-45)  WW II news reports:  “Allied armies are hammering the German salient in Belgium from three directions today and the Third American Armored Division has cut the Nazi’s last escape road.  In the Pacific… on Luzon, the Americans are twenty miles inland and looking for a battle with the Japs.”