Fri, 3 July 2015
For the Fourth of July, we present two unabashedly patriotic episodes from the Golden Age of Radio. First, the show that captured the immigrant experience with warm-hearted comedy, Life With Luigi. This time Luigi and his night school class are to march in an Independence Day parade. Trouble arises when Luigi decides to add firecrackers to the parade. Then CBS’s You Are There, the program that takes listeners to important moments in history, takes us to – where else – Philadelphia in July of 1776 for the debate over the Declaration of Independence.
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Life With Luigi
“The Fourth of July Parade”
July 3, 1949
You Are There
“Philadelphia, July 4, 1776”
March 21, 1948
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