Sat, 27 March 2021
Lucille Ball stars in a dramatic, criminal role on “Suspense.” She plays an ambitious woman who won’t let anything stand in her way – not even murder. Then, on “The Jack Benny Program,” Jack and the gang broadcast from Corona Naval Hospital. Tonight, they’re accompanied by the world-famous (really!) harmonica player Larry Adler, who amazes with his virtuosity.
October 25, 1945
“A Shroud for Sarah”
The Jack Benny Program
November 19, 1944
“From Corona Naval Hospital”
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Category:Presenting the Transcription Feature -- posted at: 7:16am EDT
Sat, 20 March 2021
"Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling"
UK Airing: December 22, 1967
US Airing: August 3, 1968
The Prisoner finds himself in another body, but back in London. He must convince the woman he loves that he is himself while tracking down the man who invented the process that put him in another body.
John and writer Jim Beard discuss Jim's wanting to remove this episode from the entirety of the series, John's only real issue with it being the end scene, and a possible explanation for The Prisoner's hostility to women.
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Sun, 7 March 2021
We start off with more of Old Time Radio’s quintessential medical drama, “The Story of Dr. Kildare.” A tricky operation performed at a hospital is one thing, but a simple operation performed at in an unusual location is another. How will Dr. Kildare remove an appendix from a man who is miles away at sea? Then on “Duffy’s Tavern,” the Great Gildersleeve himself drops by to listen to another one of Archie’s business opportunities.
The Story of Dr. Kildare
August 17, 1950
Appendicitis Operation at Sea
November 24, 1944
“Guest: Harold Peary”
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Category:Presenting the Transcription Feature -- posted at: 10:01am EDT