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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, March 24, 2018
Hour 1 – Suspense, originally broadcast March 24, 1952, 66 years ago. A Murder of Necessity starring Robert Young. When a man kills his blackmailer, he finds that out someone on the phone has heard him.
Hour 2 – Boston Blackie, originally broadcast March 24, 1948 – Wrestling Ring Murder. Also Superman, originally broadcast March 4, 1940
Hour 3 – Screen Directors Playhouse, originally broadcast March 24. 1950 – Chicago Deadline starring Alan Ladd. Also World Adventurer’s Club 1932 (02) The Manchurian Limited
Sunday, March 25, 2018
Hour 1 – Bob Hope, originally broadcast March 25, 1953, 65 years ago. Guest star Mickey Rooney. Bob’s opening monologue is about the recent atom bomb test. Bob sings an extended commercial called, “Now’s The Time For Jell-O.” Bob and guest Mickey Rooney attend the Washington, D. C. premier of their film, “Off Limits.” Mickey fixes Bob up with a seventy-two year old blind date.
Hour 2 – Father Knows Best, originally broadcast March 25, 1954 – Rainy Day Activity, Also the Couple Next Door, originally broadcast January 23, 1958
Hour 3 – The Great Gildersleeve, originally broadcast March 25, 1945. Also Lum N Abner, originally broadcast Feburary 21, 1935