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Classic Radio Theater features great radio programs that warmed the hearts of millions for the better part of the 20th century. Host Wyatt Cox brings the best of old radio classics back to life with the passion of a longtime (as in more than half a century) fan. We’re talking about shows like Jack Benny, Bob Hope, Suspense, Gunsmoke, Fibber McGee and Molly, X Minus One, and many more that decades later still create great entertaining theater of the mind. Classic Radio Theater is keeping America’s love affair with classic radio alive!
Classic Radio Theater airs Saturdays and Sundays 7pm – 10 pm on 92.7FM and the platforms of WGMD.com
Saturday, July 21, 2018
Hour 1 – Stan Freberg Show, originally broadcast July 21, 1957, 59 years ago. Stan interviews the Abominable Snowman and Great Moments in History and building Mount Rushmore out of Oleomargarine – another fun show!
Hour 2 – The FBI in Peace and War, originally broadcast July 21, 1954. Also X Minus one, originally broadcast July 21, 1955, Nightmare
Hour 3 – CBS Radio Workshop, originally broadcast July 21, 1957, Robert Heinlein’s Green Hills of Earth. Also One Out Of Seven starring Jack Webb, originally broadcast March 13, 1946
Sunday, July 22, 2018
Hour 1 – Screen Director’s Playhouse, originally broadcast July 22, 1949, 69 years ago.“Casbah”. The classic love story set in Algiers. A beautiful Parisienne falls in love with Pepe Le Moko, famous rogue of the Casbah. Tony Martin and Marta Toren reprise their 1948 Universal film roles as Pepe Le Moko Stealer of jewels and women’s hearts and his love interest Gaby.
Hour 2 – The Line-up, originally broadcast July 22, 1954, Wife Killer. Also Manhunt starring Larry Haines, The Clue of the Movie Murder
Hour 3 – Suspense, originally broadcast July 22, 1948, Deep into Darkness starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Also Superman, originally broadcast July 1, 1940