Howard Duff

If you haven’t grabbed it yet, the new weekly schedule can be found by clicking to see Full Story & Pictures and then the following link; ShowSchedules

Hope you all had a nice Fourth of July Weekend (and for my Canadian listeners hope you had a nice July 1st!)

Here are some of the highlights for the week of July 7th – 13th, 2013.

Series debut anniversary specials for Tales Of The Texas Rangers, Adventures of Sam Spade, Jeff Regan Investigator, Dangerous Assignment and The Man Called X. New to the channel episodes from Suspense, Jack Benny Program, Life Of Riley, Screen Director’s Playhouse, Damon Runyon Theater, CBS Radio Workshop, Dennis Day Show, Let George Do It, Mystery Is My Hobby, Candy Matson and more.

We mark a few birthdays as well – Bill Thompson’s 100th (Wallace Wimple & Old Timer on Fibber McGee & Molly); Graham McNamee (Behind The Mike); Philips H. Lord (Gangbusters creator); Glenn Langan (Mystery Is My Hobby) and Milton Berle.

Greg

Click On Picture For Bigger Image

Share

GregBell

4 Responses to “July 7th to July 13th, 2013 RadioClassics Show Schedules”

  1. backdoc425 says:

    Hi Greg:

    I heard your short bio on Phillips H. Lord this morning and noticed you mispronounced the town here in CT (Meriden) where his family relocated when he was an infant. It’s pronounced MARE-ih-din. Perhaps your copy indicated “Meridian”.

    Like everyone else, I was in Jack Benny heaven with the We Found Jack special. I’m with Tom and cast my vote for making it a yearly event!

    Frank

  2. Radio Girl says:

    I agree! My husband and I both loved listening to Jack and the gang. Such a fun 2 days!

  3. Tampa Bay Tom says:

    Greg,
    I loved the We Found Jack the Lost Episodes. I could listen to Jack Benny all day long. But two days! I was in heaven. Could you make this a yearly event?

    Tom

About Greg   Blog Home   Contact   GregBellMedia.com   New Schedule Email Alert    Show Schedules    SubscribeSubsribe to RSS
All original content copyright © by Greg Bell

The comments and opinions expressed herein are Greg Bell's personal opinions and do not represent his employers' comments and opinions in any way.

Suffusion WordPress theme by Sayontan Sinha