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Posted on 03/16/2014 2:27:42 PM PDT by Vision
Friends it's Sunday night again, and time to relax. Warm up the tubes for another four hours of classic radio Americana.
*tonight's show will be available at the "Info" link starting tomorrow.
How's everyone? DC has a snow storm tonight-tomorrow. Yea! Not.
These brief synopses are used with permission from the RadioGOLDINdex © 2014 J. David Goldin.
7:00 PM EST Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. June 18, 1956. Part 1. CBS net. "The Perling Matter". Sustaining. A frantic chase across the country after a girl who couldn't possibly exist...until she show's up. The system cue has been deleted. Bob Bailey, Roy Rowan (announcer), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), John Dawson (writer). 14:4. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.
7:15 Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. June 19, 1956. Part 2. CBS net. "The Perling Matter". Sustaining. A story in the paper, caused by a missing daughter. The system cue has been deleted. Bob Bailey, Roy Rowan (announcer), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), John Dawson (writer). 13:4. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.
7:30 Dragnet. May 15, 1952. Program #153. NBC net. "The Big Mail". Sponsored by: Fatima. A mail truck has been robbed, twenty-eight sacks of registered mail has been taken. A $20 bill provides the clue needed to break the case. Interesting to note the Los Angeles police working on a mail theft case, which is a federal crime. The program begins with an announcement that the show has won a "Michael" award from the Academy Of TV and Radio Arts and Sciences. George Fenneman (announcer), Hal Gibney (host), Harry Bartell, Herb Ellis, Inge Jollos, Jack Webb, James Moser (writer), Vic Perrin, Walter Schumann (conductor). 29:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
8:00 Gunsmoke. June 4, 1955. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Jealousy". A trouble-making Faro dealer named Lonnie Pike has his hand stabbed while dealing. He threatens to make trouble for Marshal Dillon. The script was used on the Gunsmoke television series on July 6, 1957. See cat. #51586 for a network, sponsored version of this broadcast. William Conrad, Parley Baer, Georgia Ellis, Howard McNear, Vic Perrin, Virginia Gregg, Harry Bartell, Don Diamond, John Meston (writer), Rex Koury (composer, conductor), Tom Hanley (sound patterns), Bill James (sound patterns), Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), George Walsh (announcer). 25 minute. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
8:30 The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show. March 17, 1941. NBC net. Sponsored by: Hormel. The broadcast originates from New York City. George tries to break up the "romance" between Gracie and Artie Shaw. George Burns, Gracie Allen, Artie Shaw and His Orchestra, Jimmy Wallington (announcer), The Smoothies. 29:2. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
9:00 Philco Radio Time. March 17, 1948. ABC, WJZ, New York aircheck. Sponsored by: Philco. The first tune is, "Dear Old Donegal." Bing and guest Margaret O'Brien do a modern Cinderella story. A St. Patrick's Day show. Bing Crosby, Margaret O'Brien, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter, The Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
9:30 Beat The Band. March 17, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Kix. The first tune is, "Wearin' Of The Green." A St. Patrick's Day program. Ted Weems and His Orchestra, Garry Moore (host), Elmo Tanner, Parker Gibbs, Red Ingle, Perry Como, Fort Pearson (announcer), Marvel Maxwell, Orm Downes, Country Washburne. 29:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
10:00 The Lux Radio Theatre. December 27, 1948. CBS net. "Luck Of The Irish". Sponsored by: Lux, Spry. A story about writer and a leprechaun; a thoroughly charming proposition! Jack Benny makes an unbilled appearance to promote his first show on CBS. Anne Baxter, Dana Andrews, Cecil Kellaway, William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), William Johnstone, Herb Butterfield, William Conrad, Betty Lou Gerson, Eleanor Audley, Edward Marr, Howard McNear, Jack Benny (promotional guest), Margie Corso (intermission guest: 20th Century Fox wardrobe department), Dorothy Lovett (commercial spokesman: as "Libby"), Philip Dunne (screenwriter), Guy Jones (author), Constance Jones (author), Fred MacKaye (director), Sanford Barnett (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
I had the synopsis list all made up a couple of hours ago, and then my computer misbehaved. I shut it down, lost the list and just now got it re-done. :-/
It’s crummy weather there! I guess there’s no barbecue if you have snow or sleet moving in. It’s been raining here. I have a chicken, but I may end up making it inside.
We’re supposed to go see a couple of friends tomorrow for leftover corned beef and cabbage. Tonight, I’m making some fried cabbage—frying up chopped bacon, onion and cabbage together. Keith is going ahead and firing up the grill in between the showers.
Yes, we use one of the full-sized broadcast spreaders. We have a hand-held one, too, that we use sometimes.
I have a new Scott’s mini spreader. Put some stuff in it today, setting 5 according to the bag. A 5k sqft bag didn’t cover my 2,500sqft lawn. Any idea what’s going on? Are these things problematic?
I’ll get Keith to answer, since he’s the one who does the weed-n-feeding. :-) Just a sec...
I have one of those spreaders. They usually work pretty good.
Outside of the setting, the pace that you walk has the most affect on how much product is delivered.
I walk sort of quickly.
Check to make sure shutter is opening and closing. Sometimes they can stick.
I think what I’m going to do is measure the amount by weight and use a low setting until it’s all done.
Hey, be honest with me, did those pork steaks blow you away or not? If they’re made right they’re almost like candy. How like did they take?
The steaks were really good. That was a great idea.
If you still have the bag of fertilizer, check the recommended settings again. Sometimes they give different application rates for lbs/sq ft.
With fertilizer, it’s always better to apply too little. You can always add more. I learned the hard way!
The jealous man is awful!
Matt’s friend is an idiot.
Bing Ping! Freakin’ love this!
Yes! Bing Ping Part 2! :-)
Oh, forgot... The pork steaks took around two hours, and they were perfect! Much better than pork chops to use a butt instead.
Going My Way was on the other right. Beautiful movie.
Wow, they were so young in that illustration!
You gotta love the sculpted radishes and yellow jello. :-)
Yea really. Spam, radishes, and jello on lettuce means good times.
“...let’s get away from it all...”
Since George was Jewish, I hope he didn’t have to eat the sponsor’s Spam.
It’s too bad if George didn’t know that Christ abolished the Jewish dietary regulations with the New Covenant.
Lux of the Irish!
William Conrad and Howard McNear...
Gina, I’m heading to bed. Happy St Patrick’s Day.
Us, too. Ditto, Vision!
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