RARA-AVIS: Re: Radio

From: davezeltserman (Dave.Zeltserman@gmail.com)
Date: 12 Mar 2010

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    Bill, any idea who used to write for these? Any familiar names?

    When I was in high school I used to listen to a station that was rebroadcasting them, as well as the old Jack Benny show. This is the best argument I've heard yet for satellite radio.


    --- In rara-avis-l@yahoogroups.com, Bill Crider <macavityabc@...> wrote:
    > Speaking of things noir, the radio shows of the late '40s and early '50s
    > were very dark stuff, indeed. Shows like "The Whistler" and "Suspense" and
    > "Inner Sanctum" and many others had plenty of doomed protagonists whom
    > nobody could love, and most of them met bad ends. I've been listening to a
    > lot of these old shows on satellite radio. If you did a series like any of
    > these shows today, it would have to be on cable. Is cable the Gold Medal of
    > television?
    > Bill Crider
    > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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