Justeen Ward
ArtsPerforming Arts

Popular & rare vintage radio programs with brief commentary. Posted weekly.


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Latest Episodes

The Charlie McCarthy Show with guest star Charles Boyer January 05, 1947 NBC The Edgar Bergen Show with Charlie McCarthy and guest star Marilyn Monroe November 9, 1952 CBS

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NBC University Theater "Pride and Prejudice" February 20, 1949 NBC starring Angela Lansbury

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The Phil Harris and Alice Faye Show "Rose Parade Tickets" Dec 30, 1951 NBC The Mutual Broadcasting System Year in Review for 1937 January 2, 1938 Mutual Broadcasting System

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4.4 out of 5 stars from 50 ratings
  • Memories

    Love going back in time with all these stories. Thank you for this pod cast

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago
  • Good Radio

    The shows offered by the hostess are entertaining and enjoyable, and she adds interesting comments, too!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago
  • Great episode of Lights Out

    Wanda Alfonso
    a year ago
  • Alex's

    Billie Williams
    2 years ago
  • It's fun, but the audio quality is low.

    2 years ago

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