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The Cinnamon Bear Smithsonian Historical Performances
The Cinnamon Bear is the beloved 1937 children's radio series featuring Paddy O'Cinnamon, the Cinnamon Bear. It's a delightful six hour adventure story of twins Judy and Jimmy Barton and their search for the silver star that goes on top of their Christmas tree.  Available on CD
Also on 5 audio cassettes

The Amos 'n' Andy Show Volume Two

Jack Benny on 4 Cassettes

Bob and Ray  New! Improved!

Detectives / 4 Cds - The Smithsonian Institution and Radio Spirits have teamed up to assemble this collection of distinctively entertaining broadcasts from the comedy and laughter genre. Each of the 12 broadcasts has been digitally restored and remastered from the original recordings for exceptional audio quality. This collection includes the famous comedy bit Who's on First by Abbott and Costello and a 60 page historical booklet featuring foreword by Irving Brecher, creator of the Life of Riley.

A Golden Hour Of Comedy Laurel and Hardy, Jackie Gleason, Groucho Marx, Ernie Kovacs, Ed Wynn, Jack Pearl and more.

Golden Age of Radio: Radio's All Time Greatest Shows, Including : You Bet Your Life, Fibber McGee, the Green Hornet, X1, Gangbusters, Red Ryder and more with  Orson Welles, Laurence Olivier, Sir John Gielgud

The Marx Brothers Sing & Play

Old-Time Jewish American Radio  - Kapelye

George Burns & Friends 
This collection is in tribute to the beginning years, with Gracie Allen, Eddie Cantor, Al Jolsen, Jack Benny and more.

Classic Radio Performances: Olivier Performs Works by Melville, Wilde, Wells, Harte & Gogol
Take a journey through the glorious days of radio with performances by the great masters of the British theatre. Featuring the works of some of the greatest writers of the last century--Herman Melville, Oscar Wilde, H.G. Wells, Bret Harte, Nikolay Gogol--and originally broadcast in half-hour episodes during the 1950s as the Theater Royale, these classic performances capture the theatrical style of post-war radio at its best, before the advent of television. 2 cassettes.

Great American Speeches: 1950-1963

Radio Shows: Stars on Suspense - 30 Discs - "If you like the Old Time Radio shows, this is a must have. I have several in the series of radio shows but this is by far the best one." morspence from Hagerstown, MD

Great Radio Detectives

The Home Front Gift Set by William B. Williams

Old Time Radio Novels Audio Cassettes The Maltese Falcon, The Grapes of Wrath, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Rebecca

I Love a Mystery  
Includes The Thing that Cried in the Night, Bury Your Dead Arizona and more.

"These stories are perfect for a stormy night, or anytime at night. Most effective if you're alone. You'll become addicted like I did, and wish that there was a 12 step program to join. Better than the average mystery!
Reviewer: A listener from Santa Clarita, Ca May 19, 1999 

Laughter from the Golden Age of Radio: America Before T.V./the Legends
Excerpts from shows like The Jack Benny Program, Fibber McGee and Molly,
Burns and Allen, Groucho Marx, Your Hit Parade, and others.  4 cassettes

Jack Benny Eighteen broadcasts on 6 cassettes

The Lone Ranger Volume One 6 cassettes

Nostalgia Radio: Thriller
"The Haunted Corpse" (X-Minus One), "Leinegan vs. the Ants" and Three Skeleton Key" (Escape), and others. 6 cassettes

The 60 Greatest Old-Time Radio Shows of the 20th Century selected by Walter Cronkite
It is with great pride that Radio Spirits has teamed with Walter Cronkite in selecting The 60 Greatest Old Time Radio Shows of the 20th century. You'll hear Orson Welles' legendary "War of the World's", Abbott and Costello's famous "Who's on First?" routine, Jack Benny's hilarious "Money or Your Life" show and many more oldtime radio favorites! This unparalleled collection includes a booklet containing rare photographs and a detailed history on each of the 60 greatest old-time radio shows of the 20th century and a foreword written by Walter Cronkite. This collection also includes a wonderful audio foreword detailing the history of radio by Walter Cronkite.

Old Time Radio Comedy Burns and Allen, Groucho Marx, Will Rogers...

Fibber McGee and Molly: That Ol' Closet Routine

Stan Freberg Presents The United States Of AmericaVol. 1, The Early Years, And Vol. 2, The Middle Years

 
Old Time Radio All-Time Favorites
Shows include The Lone Ranger, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, Dimension X and others.
Includes a 48-page photo booklet. 4 cassettes.
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The Greatest Generation Speaks: Letters and Reflections by Tom Brokaw - A homage to the Americans who survived and overcame the depression and World War II. The Greatest Generation Speaks expands his thesis that we owe a huge debt of gratitude to those tough and courageous men and women for ensuring the freedoms and comforts that Americans enjoy today. Their stories, culled from letters, interviews, and personal histories of the Greatest Generation and their family members, are anecdotal but extremely powerful, showing how men and women were sustained by simple ideals of patriotism, family, and fair play. This individualistic portrait is exactly how Americans saw themselves: Brokaw's book is a valid reflection of the times.

Radios Greatest Mysteries (The Best of Old Time Radio)

Radio Movie Classics : Hitchcock - The Thirty Nine Steps & Spellbound
Complete and unabridged original radio adaptations of movie classics as heard on the Peabody Award-winning radio series The Lux Radio Theatre. Two dramatic hours including the original commercials. This audiobook features "The Thirty Nine Steps" (12-13-37), following the predicaments of a man running from a group of spies for the information he holds and from the police for a crime he didn't commit; and "Spellbound" (03-08-48), based on Hitchcock's 1945 film version, this murder mystery focuses on the controversial topic of the era--psychoanalysis.

Sherlock Holmes, The Best of : Adventures of the World's Most Famous Detective
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The New Adventure of Sherlock Holmes
The Night Before Christmas and The Darlington Substitution
Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, and Tom Conway appear in two vintage radio dramas. Originally broadcast in the 1940s

 

 

Let's Pretend -  4 cds

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David Sedaris - Naked - Including The Santaland Diaries that you may have heard on NPR or This American Life.
Also Available The David Sedaris Box Set

The Cinnamon Bear Smithsonian Historical Performances
The Cinnamon Bear is the beloved 1937 children's radio series featuring Paddy O'Cinnamon, the Cinnamon Bear. It's a delightful six hour adventure story of twins Judy and Jimmy Barton and their search for the silver star that goes on top of their Christmas tree.  Available on CD  Also on 5 audio cassettes

A Prairie Home Christmas  by Garrison Keillor (Reader)
First broadcast on Christmas Eve 1994, this entertaining compilation of highlights from holiday programs of A Prairie Home Companion includes favorite musical interludes, a special edition of  "News from Lake Wobegon," and other great moments. 

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Videos and DVDs

A Christmas Story (1984)  DVD
Humorist Jean Shepherd's delightful memoir of growing up in the 1940s and wanting nothing so much as a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas. Shepherd narrates in the first person, and Billingsley portrays him (delightfully) as a boy. Truly funny for kids and grownups alike; wonderful period flavor. Based on a portion of In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash. Shepherd appears unbilled as a department store customer.

  Books

 On the Air : The Encyclopedia of Old -Time Radio
by John Tune in Yesterday Dunning 
John's 1976 "Tune In Yesterday" is a classic. "On The Air" is more than just a revision of his earlier book. Some 1,500 radio shows presented in alphabetical order. There is extensive information on each show's length of run, cast, writers, and directors. A comprehensive bibliography of Old-Time Radio (OTR) literature is included. What really sets this book apart from other OTR books is John's insightful writing about the shows; he writes from the heart and with passion.
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  • Handbook of Old-Time Radio: A Comprehensive Guide to Golden Age Radio Listening and Collecting - For both casual listeners to programs from radio's Golden Age and serious hobbyists or researchers, the Handbook includes a descriptive log of some 2,000 programs, with casts, announcers, network, length of program, duration of appearance, availability, and, where appropriate, story lines; categorized logs of some 4,500 programs, organized by type of program; chapters covering each type of program, with historical information and guidelines for research; descriptions of the better known premiums offered; a history of the networks; and a chapter on resources available for those interested in acquiring old-time programs, reference material, or memorabilia.

The Laugh Crafters: Comedy Writing in Radio and TV's Golden Age - Twelve of Hollywood's top comedy writers and speak their minds about the so-called good old days, and recall the outrageous backstage antics of legendary comedians. No one is spared in frank, uncensored and frequently hilarious conversations about the stone age of broadcasting -- the 1930s, '40s and '50s -- when advertising agencies controlled the programs, stars ran amok and writers were treated with profound disrespect, like a necessary evil.

 

Empire of the Air - The Men Who Made Radio (1992)
A fascinating documentary by Ken Burns, the filmmaker who brought us both "The Civil War" and "Baseball." This time, Burns turns his attention to the lives of three radio pioneers: Lee de Forest, Edwin Howard Armstrong and David Sarnoff. Through a combination of still photographs, newsreel footage, kinescopes and live-action film, "Empire of the Air" shows the important role each man  played in bringing the medium to the world. The documentary begins its journey in 1910 and follows the three men through World War II, when radio began playing an ever-increasing role in the lives of Americans. In the process, the film shows the relationship that developed between the three subjects. Eventually, jealousy and fighting flared up -- some of it in courtrooms -- as the  uncompromising inventor Armstrong went up against both de Forest and Sarnoff to gain credit for the technical advances he had made in the medium. 
Gangbusters - Classic Radio Show 
 

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