The podcast is comprised mostly from selected old time radio shows that are the highest quality I can find and the favorite episodes of many old time radio fans; plus some old Classic TV, history, or anything of a nostalgic nature from time to time. Enjoy!
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A saloon gal past her youth suddenly receives two marriage proposals,
one from a sweet country bumpkin, one from a menacing dandy, but it's no
embarrassment of riches: each suitor threatens violence if she selects
Celebrating Joan Rivers
Joan Alexandra Molinsky (June 8, 1933 – September 4, 2014), better known by her stage name Joan Rivers, was an American actress, comedian, writer, producer, and television host widely noted for her often controversial comedic persona — where she was alternately self-deprecating or sharply acerbic toward others, especially celebrities and politicians.
Joan Rivers brought her stand-up comedy act to
The Carol Burnett Show for this eighth-season episode. The other guest
star, making his third appearance in three seasons, is that horror star
who could make you scream with laughter, Vincent Price. Carol and Vicki
Lawrence sing "Born in Brooklyn," a number about famous entertainers
from Brooklyn (a show-business honor role that includes Joan Rivers).
Star Trek: The True Story This documentary beams back in time to the genesis of the science
fiction series that became a worldwide phenomenon: Star Trek. Featuring
interviews with key cast and crew, and Gene Roddenberry's son, we
investigate the true story of how Star Trek was born, lived long and
Star Trek: the Motion Picture opened in Washington, on 6th December
1979. Featuring all the regular stars of the popular TV series, it
boldly went where no man, or cinema release, had gone before. Over the
next 30 years, Star Trek would spawn 11 further films and multiple
television series, making it the most successful franchise in film
The origins of this multi-billion dollar business can be traced back
to one man – LA cop Gene Roddenberry. As the world of television
blossomed in the 1950s, Roddenberry began to write scripts for police
dramas in his spare time. One day he came up with a ground-breaking new
idea for a science fiction series. Star Trek was the result.
Through key interviews with Herb Solow, producer of the Star Trek TV
series, Roddenberry's son Rod and actor Leonard Nimoy (Spock), this
documentary charts Roddenberry's meteoric rise to fame and how he went
to extraordinary lengths to keep his series on air. Bjo and John
Trimble, original members of the Star Trek fan club, reveal
Roddenberry's reaction to the threat of cancellation and his efforts in
organising fans and protest marches to save his show from being canned
by NBC. Resistance was far from futile. Roddenberry went on to notch up
three series and 79 episodes, delighting Trekkies and inspiring the
scientific world, particularly NASA scientists, to recreate in reality
what they had seen on screen.
Investigating Star Trek's use of anti matter, the programme reveals
how one of the world's most expensive physics experiments at the CERN
laboratory in Switzerland is trapping the most explosive substance on
the planet. In further examples of Roddenberry's vision, researchers
have gone on to develop the first scientific principles of
teleportation, the replication of human organs by 3D printers and the
creation of androids with artificial intelligence.
Robin Williams Interview with Marc Maron
Marc Maron from WTF sits down with Robin Williams for an hour interview. No big deal. So what do you talk about with an international comedy superstar? How about alcoholism, cocaine, divorce, joke stealing, heart surgery, fame, Richard Pryor, jealousy, and Twitter? This is Marc’s conversation with Robin from April 26, 2010.
Columbo 08x03 Sex And The Married Detective
When a successful sex therapist with a best selling book and a hit TV show is crushed to learn her business partner/lover is cheating on her, she plots appropriate revenge.
Tomorrow Show (Guest John Lennon)
Recollections of the Beatles are offered by John Lennon, who discusses the group's popularity during the 1960's and his career since they disbanded. Lennon also recounts his legal battle to avoid deportation from the U.S. This program was originally taped April 7th 1975 and aired April 28th 1975.
Promoted in the army to the Intelligence Corps, and later through the ranks of MI6, Eddie Hoggart is one tough customer. His current task is to debrief a defector named Yakunin. But he must first prove that he himself is not a mole.
Whisperer, The 19510819 07 Into Each Life This program includes a scene where "The Whisperer" recounts his origins to Ellen. "The Syndicate" is determined to kill a nightclub owner who refuses to pay them off. They've already tried to assassinate him seven times!