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TWTD Archive – September 25th, 1993

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VARIETY OF PROGRAMS

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, September 25, 1993

FIBBER MC GEE AND MOLLY (6-1-43)  Fibber is all thumbs when it comes to bowling.

WORLD NEWS TODAY (9-26-43) WW II news reports.  “Australian troops are within three quarters of a mile of a Japanese base in New Guinea.”

KRAFT MUSIC HALL  (9-23-42) Another WW II-flavored program from Bing Crosby with his guest actor George Murphy. Selections include “What Do You Do in the Infantry” and “I’ll be Home for Christmas.”  Time Marches Back to 1908.

GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (9-27-50) The County Fair is coming to Summerfield and the Gildersleeve household is excited.

THIS IS THE BLUE NETWORK – AT WAR (1943) Milton Cross tells listeners what the 127 stations of the Blue Network are doing for the WW II war effort.

THEY CALL ME JOE (1943) Frank Lovejoy stars as a U.S. soldier of Slavic descent during WW II.

UNCLE SAM PRESENTS (9-18-43) Captain Glenn Miller and the Band of the Training Command of the Army Air Forces present a WW II broadcast via short wave from England.