Broadway is my Beat starring Larry Thor, originally broadcast December 15, 1951, 70 years ago, the Lucille Baker Murder Case. A drunk named Bob reports the death of Lucille Baker. She's been strangled.
A tail of two dollars First, John Lund in Yours Truly Johnny Dollar from December 5, 1952, The Clayton Matter (along with the news from that date).
The same script/plotline was used April 16-20, 1956 in The Shepard Matter. See who you think did a better job.
The forgotten classic propaganda broadcast from World War 2, Our Secret Weapon, taking the foremost Nazi and Japanese Short Wave Propaganda broadcast and turning them on their ear. An episode of Our Secret Weapon from August 30, 1942. Also a 1942 World War 2 propaganda ditty from Don Baker "There'll be a little Smokie in Tokio" - perhaps a prediction? And a public service program explaining CONELRAD to the general public. Though unwieldy for broadcasters and somewhat confusing to the public, the 640-1240 scheme of CONELRAD thankfully never had to be used as it gave way to the Emergency Broadcast System, and the current Emergency Alert System.
In this debut episode Wyatt talks with Laura Leibowitz of the International Jack Benny Fan Club on finding and attempting to buy Jack Benny's Maxwell. Also remembering the late Pat Paulsen as the 94th anniversary of his birth approaches...