Your humble host featured on public radio’s The Story
Jul 10th, 2012 by randsesotericotr
If you'd like to get a peak "behind the scenes" at the blog and my collection of radio transcriptions, tune in to public radio's "The Story, on Thursday, July 12th.
Sean Cole, who is filling in for vacationing regular host Dick Gordon, stopped by my apartment on Monday to listen to some of my discs, take a look at the transcription collection and talk about old time radio as a hobby.
You can find a list of stations carrying the show and the time it will be heard in your area at "The Story" website. They should have it available for listening online Thursday night after the broadcast.
Update: You can listen or download the episode at "The Story" archives here.
And here are links to the full shows heard in the program:
- Night Beat - February 6, 1950 - Promo 45 set version
- Rosemary - July 22, 1946
- Lum n' Abner - "Accidentally Yours" - July 1947
- American Family Robinson - Pgm 42
- American Family Robinson - Pgm 62
- Hearts in Harmony - Confidential Prevue - circa 1941
- Plantation Echoes - Pgm 9 - circa 1929-30
- Suspense - "Sorry Wrong Number" - May 25, 1943 - AFRS Pgm 8
- Suspense - "The Lost Special" - Sept 30, 1943
Just wanted to say thanks for all the encodes that you have shared with everyone. I appreciate your efforts.
Nice to see you back on-line again.
Thanks for all these great old shows.
Well done Randy. Great interview……..and thanks for the direct links.
Very cool! Unfortunately missed it “live,” but enjoyed the podcast later. And as always, learned so much
That was great Randy- Can you put similar on youtube?
That was great Randy!- Can you put similar on youtube?
Wow Randy. I’ve only just become aware of your NPR debut… I’m gonna download it. Meanwhile, gonna let everyone know.
Nice article, thanks for the information.
Terrific show, Randy — and good interview over at jimbo’s blog, which is what brought me back here after months of not visiting.
Great story; and I’m very glad to see that you’re posting again! I’ve enjoyed your shares tremendously, especially the very early ones. Thanks for all the listening enjoyment–