Sunday, March 29, 2009

Upcoming Netcast, Pt. 1

Originally published in the March, 2009, Old Radio Times.(

Broadcasting On April 4 and 5

Kiss your sweetheart goodbye as you snuggle down to two full days of old-time radio shows. On April 4-5, Radio Out of the will be broadcasting shows from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Pacific or Noon to midnight Eastern. This time around we take a serious look at sidekicks or partners. No, they weren’t all western—there were a lot of shows that had sidekicks—what about I Love a Mystery or The Shadow? And there plenty of partners in the realms of comedy. And yes, Westerns. Cast your eye down the schedule listed below. You better lay in your favorite nibbles and beverages.

All you need to do is log into Once there, tab down to The Fred Bertelsen Old-time-radio Room. Enter the room by clicking or pressing enter. You might need to download the talking community software ahead of time. Then just sign in, without using a password. Door prizes are ready to be awarded, so you don’t want to miss this weekend.
April 4-5 Sidekick Marathon

Saturday 9 am Host: Devon Wilkins, Collingwood, Ontario (Canada)
Wayne and Shuster: The Ballet Jake and the kid: Elbow Room Feb. 1952
Roy Rogers Show: Rabies 1953-03-26
Adventures of Rin Tin Tin: The Ambassador 1955-11-13
Martin & Lewis: Hopalong Cassidy 1949-08-02

Saturday 12 noon Joy Jackson, Seattle, Washington
I Love a Mystery (ART production)
Tooth Fairy Inc (ART production)
Bright Star
Hashknife Hartley (ART production)
Vic and Sade (ART production)

Saturday 3 pm Kelly Sapergia, Moose Jaw, Sas. (Canada)
Burns and Allen: The Doctor
Amos and Andy: Andrew H Brown, actor
Gunsmoke: The Brothers
New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Tell-tale Pigeon Feathers
Green Hornet: The voice

Saturday 6 pm Rob Hancik, Bethlehem, Penn
Dragnet: The Sullivan kidnapping 49-09-10
Fibber McGee and Molly: Fishing Trip 53-06-30
Amos and Andy: Dummy found in rumble seat
Bergen and McCarthy 43-09-05 guest Humphrey Bogart
Ozzie and Harriet 1948-11-07 Ozzie in a rut
Vic and Sade39-07-05 Two tons of coal


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