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

TWTD Archive – November 29, 1997

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RADIO TO GET INTO THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT BY

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, November 29, 1997

COUPLE NEXT DOOR (12-9-58) Peg Lynch and Alan Bunce star. She asks him to go to the post office to mail a Christmas gift to a relative in Alaska.

SUSPENSE (12-17-61) “Yuletide Miracle” starring Larry Haines and Santos Ortega. A man on parole is moved by the spirit of Christmas to fulfill a dying boy’s wish.

COUPLE NEXT DOOR  (12-12-58) A “practical” Christmas gifts sparks rumors of poverty.

CHARLIE McCARTHY SHOW (12-14-47) Edgar Bergen welcomes guest Gary Cooper. Charlie asks Cooper to play Santa Claus.

SPEAKING OF RADIO (4-19-97) Peg Lynch, writer of “Ethel and Albert” and “The Couple Next Door,” recalls her career and tells how she gets ideas and develops scripts for her programs.  This conversation with Chuck Schaden was recorded at the Cincinnati Old Time Radio Convention.

COUPLE NEXT DOOR (12-23-58) Selecting a Christmas tree and decorating it.

THE WHISTLER  (12-24-50) “Three Wise Guys” features John Brown in a Damon Runyon story about the recovery of loot from a factory payroll job hidden in the town of Bethlehem.

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