Speaking of Radio

Chuck Schaden's Conversations with the Stars Who Made it Golden

TWTD Archive – January 25, 1997

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VARIETY OF PROGRAMS

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, January 25, 1997

MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER (7-27-47) “The Man the Insects Hated” lives in a mansion near the swamps by the Bayou. He is obsessed with inventing a formula for a “perfect insect killer.”

JIMMY DURANTE SHOW (10-22-47) The great Schnozzola with guest Victor Moore are pirates in search for the Lady from Twenty-Nine Palms (Veola Vonn).

TENNESSEE JED (5-26-47) Isolated episode of the kids’ adventure show.  Jed is a southern marksman who, after the Civil War, becomes an agent of the White House, working for President Grant.

LARRY CLINTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (1938) Remote broadcast from the Streets of Paris section of the International Casino in New York City. Vocals by Bea Wain.

SUSPENSE (1-2-47) “Tree of Life” starring Mark Stevens as a man who plans to do away with his bossy wife after they move into a new home.

PLEASE STAND BY – A History of Radio  (1986) Lesson 21:  Winning Ways  takes a look at several types of audience participation shows including “fun time” programs, giveaway shows with the participation of studio audiences, and giveaways involving audiences at home.