Feb. 5th to Feb. 11th 2012 RadioClassics Show Schedule

Charles Dickens

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Top highlights for this week include the following:

The 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens with a two-hour all new to the channel special featuring Herbert Marshall in an hour long version of Suspense and The Mystery of Edwin Drood followed by two Dickens stories adapted for The Weird Circle.

A couple birthday specials for busy radio actor Bill Johnstone including new to the channel episodes of The Whistler and Pursuit. He also will be heard on The Lineup, Nightbeat and The Shadow.

A tribute for announcer Dick Tufeld (the voice of the Robot on Lost In Space) with an episode of Space Patrol. Tufeld passed away on January 22nd at age 85.

Among the other tributes and specials; Ronald Reagan’s birthday (The Cavalcade Of America; Lux Radio Theatre); Jules Verne’s Around The World in 80 Days starring Orson Welles; Margot Stevenson’s 100th ( as Margo Lane in The Shadow opposite Welles); Bennett Kilpack (Mr. Keen Tracer Of Lost Persons); Brian Donlevy (Dangerous Assignment) and Eddie Bracken (Suspense’s Elwood)




10 thoughts on “Feb. 5th to Feb. 11th 2012 RadioClassics Show Schedule”

  1. No worries, folks I see no reason why the blog site would go away, it’s pretty easy to keep active and I certainly understand the non-Facebook folks.

    1. Thanks, Greg. Nice to be included in the group who can live without facebook and still be a part of Radio Classics for input. By the way, does anyone know where old friend, Rosemary is. She has been strangely silent of late?

  2. With regard the Facebook vs Blog issue, I too prefer the blog. I have visited the Facebook site but prefer the blog for easy of use and the info Greg passes on Hope this too does not go the way of the dino’s.

  3. As long as the schedules are here. I do not do the big social media sites. This is about as social media as I get.

    1. I don’t do facebook either. I would miss this blog if Greg decides to disappear it. I have noticed a dwindling of responses recently. Who will I tell how very much I enjoyed the Frontier Gentleman episode today titled Random notes from a Stagecoach?

      1. I’m not a fan of facebook. I refuse to use it, and wish my grown children wouldn’t – way too easy to “overshare”. I hope this blog continues. I don’t comment very often, but I do read the remarks regularly.

        Please don’t desert us, Greg!

  4. I am starting to wonder if the popularity of the gregbellmedia Facebook page is pulling folks from this blog site. It is possible it may have outlived it’s use. Time will tell. Greg

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