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SciFi OTR

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SciFi OTR

Radio Nostalgia Network

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Welcome to the Old Time Radio Scifi , From its earliest time, radio has always been interested in Science Fiction. There has been science fiction on the radio since before Buck Rogers in 1932. Radio SciFi characters leaped into your living room as the listener would be taken on an adventure into time and space each week. Join us each week as we explore the unknown universe of science fiction only on the Old Time Radio Network.
 
Have Gun Will Travel stories revolved around gun-for-hire with principles, Paladin (his real name was never revealed). Though Paladin, played on the radio by John Dehner preferred to try to work out problems without violence if possible, he worked for people who he felt were wronged and could pay. Occasionally, if he felt people who couldn't pay were in a really hard situation with bad guys, he worked for free. If, during the course of his work, he discovered his employer turned out to be sh ...
 
"The Tony Kornheiser Show" (now available exclusively on-demand) is a topical, daily talk show that starts with sports and quickly moves into politics, current events, entertainment and, really, whatever happens to be on Tony’s mind that day. The format of the show—regular sit-in guests with familiar interviews and segments—highlights not only the unique perspective of Tony Kornheiser but also the expertise of his network of friends. Join one of the most recognizable and outspoken commentato ...
 
The Adventures of Superman, was adapted from the DC Comics character created in 1938 (see Superman), came to radio as a syndicated show on New York City's WOR on February 12, 1940. On Mutual, it was broadcast from August 31, 1942, to January 28, 1949, as a 15-minute serial, running three or, usually, five times a week. From January 31 to June 17, 1949 it ran as a thrice-weekly half-hour show. The series shifted to ABC Saturday mornings on November 5, 1949, and then to twice-a-week in June 19 ...
 
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Comedy TV

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Comedy TV

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Remember when comedy was really funny when you did not have to worry about children when the shows would brighten your evening. That you would laugh out loud with comedic situations or variety shows. Once again you can see your favorite comedy shows from the early days of TV.
 
A weekly collection of video shorts traveling through the important milestones of Your American Heritage. A serious, yet often whimsical review of important historical events from Washington’s inaugural to the civil rights movement that tie us all together as Americans. Originally intended as a teacher’s aid and now released for the enjoyment of all.
 
Tarzan was the brain child of American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, who after having had several failed attempts at penetrating the pulp fiction scene finally made a name for himself with this jungle fantasy adventure. In 1932, the novel was adapted into a radio program that starred James Pierce as the infamous lord of the jungle, Tarzan.
 
Have Gun – Will Travel ran for 225 episodes of the TV series, 24 written by Gene Roddenberry. Other contributors included Bruce Geller, Harry Julian Fink, Don Brinkley and Irving Wallace. Andrew McLaglen directed 101 episodes and 19 were directed by series star Richard Boone. Now relive the wild west and Have Gun Will Travel.
 
Television Westerns are a sub-genre of the Western, a genre of film, fiction, drama, television programming, etc., in which stories are set primarily in the later half of the 19th century in the American Old West, Western Canada and Mexico during the period from about 1860 to the end of the so-called "Indian Wars." http://oldtimeradiodvd.com
 
Words of War was an anthology of war stories, "told by the men and women who have seen them happen." It was produced in cooperation with the Council on Books in Wartime, promising "stories of the battlefronts, of behind-the-scenes diplomacy, of underground warfare, of the home front, of action on the seas." Each show was to be "a living record of this war and things for which we fought."
 
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Space Patrol TV

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Space Patrol TV

Humphrey Camardella Productions

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Space Patrol a 1950s TV and Radio Show follows the adventures of Commander Buzz Corey (Ed Kemmer) of the United Planets Space Patrol and his young sidekick Cadet Happy (Lyn Osborn) â yes, Cadet Happy â as they faced nefarious villians with diabolical schemes. Not surprisingly for the time, some of these villians had Russian- or German-sounding accents. Cmdr. Corey and his allies were aided by such nifty gadgets as "miniature space-o-phones" and "atomolights." Episodes had titles like "Revolt ...
 
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Zero Hour

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Zero Hour

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The Zero Hour was a 1973-74 radio broadcast hosted by Rod Serling. The Zero Hour featured well known actors and actresses. The stories were exciting and action-packed and will keep you on the edge of you seat, as we approach the Zero Hour.
 
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Cavalcade Of America

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Cavalcade Of America

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History told by The Cavalcade of America is a well-done, factual show, and is a wonderful resource for all those who are interested in historical highlights and lesser-known episodes. Famed historians and writers worked on the show, and the actors were many of the best from the stage, screen and radio. equivalent to the current A&E Biography channel, and History channel's offerings. It can be a wonderful show to listen to with grade schoolers, or the entire family gathered 'round, like in ra ...
 
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Tony opens the show by talking about a nice win for the Nats and their 30 year old rookie Joey Meneses. Liz Clarke of the Washington Post call in to talk about the news of Serena Williams' impending retirement, Attorney Abbe Lowell calls in to talk about the lawsuit between the LIV golfers and the PGA as well as the appeal process by the NFL in the…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about a rough night for Anibel Sanchez and the Nats, and he also talks about going to Burger King and being charged more than he thought he would. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about his vacation in Southern California and he also talks about Vin Scully and Harry Caray and the impact that play by play broadcasters u…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about Juan Soto being traded to San Diego and its impact on the DC fan base, and he also talks about the passing of Vin Scully, and about a great golf shot by The Socialite. Bob Ryan calls in to talk about Vin Scully, and to share his memories of Bill Russell, Richard Justice calls in to talk some more about Vin Scull…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about Andy Murray and Venus Williams losing in the first round at the Citi Open, and he talks about Max Scherzer’s outing against the Nats, and a special gift he got from Max and the Mets. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the 6 game suspension given to DeSean Watson and also about the passing of Bill Russell and …
 
Tony opens the show by talking about Theo Epstein and also about watching the Mets / Yankees game and listening to Bob Costas call the game, and about what a great broadcaster Costas is. ESPN’s Jeff Passan calls in to talk about what’s going on with Juan Soto, Shohei Ohtani, and who is buying and who is selling as the trade deadline approaches, Was…
 
Tony opens the show by talking another incident with the neighborhood squirrels, and he also talks about the anniversary of Bob Irsay buying the Rams, and trading the franchise for the Baltimore Colts. ESPN’s Booger McFarland calls in to talk about DeSean Watson and how the Browns players might feel about having him on the team, Jason Samenow of th…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats, a golf outing at Avenel, and also about some issues he’s having with the neighborhood squirrels. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about another AAU weekend he had with his son, Tim Kurkjian calls in to talk about his weekend at Cooperstown as he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and Tony clos…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about a member guest tournament he played in, and he also talks about Charles Barkley possibly leaving TNT to go broadcast for the LIV tour, and also about Bootsie losing his first tooth. Richard Justice of Texas Monthly calls in to talk about the Astros and Yankees, as well as what may happen with Juan Soto, Noah Pet…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the reports that David Feherty is leaving NBC to be an analyst for the LIV Tour, and he talks about Juan Soto and his importance to Washington DC. Washington Post columnist Barry Svrluga calls in to talk about Juan Soto winning the Home Run Derby and what it would mean if he were traded, and he also talks about …
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats winning their last game before the all star break, Juan Soto turning down a $440 million dollar deal, and he talks with Michael about Cameron Smith winning the British Open - just ahead of Rory McIlroy. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk some more about the British Open as well as the NBA’s summer league, …
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the fact that it is his 75th birthday, but he has no plans to retire any time soon. He also reads some emails, and talks about what a great season the Orioles are having. ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian calls in to talk some more about the Orioles, and he also talks about the HR Derby and the All Star Game, Steve Sands of t…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about Greg Garcia's new TV show (Sprung on Freevee on August 19th), and Tony also talks about his recent hearing test. Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post phones in from Scotland to talk about the upcoming British Open as well as his thoughts on Novak Djokovic winning Wimbledon, then Tony talks to Dave Sims about t…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about his conversation with Dave Barry, Wimbledon, his golf outing from the weekend, and also about another tough loss for the Nats and how far they have fallen from their World Series win less than three years ago. Michael Wilbon phones in to talk about his experience with AAU sports over the weekend, ESPN’s Jeff Pas…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about a lost treasure from Dave Barry that he found, and also how PTI had to adjust after getting the news that Rafael Nadal withdrew from Wimbledon, Liz Clarke of the Washington Post calls in to give her thoughts on Nadal and Wimbledon, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to talk about Baker Mayfield getting trad…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about his golf outing on July 4th, and he also talks about another tough loss for the Nats, and he talks about the passing of Hank Goldberg. Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post calls in from England to talk to Tony about Wimbledon, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com phones in to go around the league as we get to the halfway …
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the PGA going head to head with the LIV tour this past weekend, and he also talks about a brutal loss by the Nats. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about his golf outing with Tony over the weekend and also about the big moves in the NBA and the shifting landscape in college sports, Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated…
 
Tony opens the show by talking a little baseball, he also reads a letter, and talks about Chessie being sick. Michael Wilbon phones in to talk about the start of NBA free agency and also about Serena Williams, ESPN’s Buster Olney calls in to talk about cows and also about Freddie Freeman, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Song…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about having to do PTI live because they had to react to Serena Williams losing in the first round at Wimbledon. David Aldridge of the Athletic calls in to talk about Kyrie Irving’s decision to stay with the Nets, and John Wall moving on to the Clippers. Steve Sands of the Golf Channel calls in to talk about the conti…
 
Tony opens the show by reading an old review he did of an Elvis concert in 1975, and he also talks about the Travelers Championship and the women’s US Open at Congressional, and also about a deer assault on his day lilies. Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post calls in from England to talk about Wimbledon and the upcoming British Open, Richard Jus…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about DeSean Watson, Brooks Koepka, and an issue he is having with EZ Pass. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst calls in to talk about the NBA draft, and the contract situations with John Wall and Kyrie Irving, Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday calls in to talk about “Elvis” and also about a piece she recently wrote about …
 
Tony opens the show by talking about why today is the saddest day of the year, and he also reads some emails. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about Matthew Fitzpatrick winning the US Open and his ties to Northwestern University, and he also talks about the Stanley Cup Finals with Tony, CNN’S Chris Cillizza phones in to talk about the increasing pol…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the Stanley Cup finals, and also about something he’s noticed on DC license plates. Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post calls in to talk about Matthew Fitzpatrick winning the US Open, Mark Maske of the Washington Post phones in to talk about what is going on with DeSean Watson and a possible suspension by the…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the Warriors beating the Celtics to win the NBA title, and he also talks to Michael about the arrival of the newest family member - Reed Kornheiser. ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian calls in to talk about the Braves, the Yankees, managerial changes, and the latest injury to Stephen Strasburg, Washington Post columnist Barry …
 
Tony opens the show by reading a couple emails, and he also talks about Brooks Koepka’s reaction to the media’s questions about the new Saudi Tour, and Tony chats with Michael about Stephen Strasburg going on the IL and what his future may be. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about rec league softball, the NBA Finals, the Stanley Cup Finals, and als…
 
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