The Whistler, The Shadow, Lux Radio Theater,
Screen Guild Players, Inner Sanctum Mysteries along with famous stars Judy
Garland, Orson Welles, Jeanette Mac Donald, Tallulah Bankhead. That isnít
even a drop in the bucket of possible name-dropping, so hope youíll take a
look at the lists of programs offered in both the audio format usable on any
cd player such as your car, Walkman and home stereo system, or the entire
runs of programs which are now on cdís in the mp3 format for the computer
or special players including many DVD players.
Audio DVDís are also available, so please,
email me at
email@example.com if those are of interest to you. Thanks to a studio
of advanced technical equipment, you may now obtain in a flash what took me
so many years to accumulate. Sharing is a privilege, so I hope you will
browse through the programs listings and hopefully will bookmark the website
Since the 1970ís, my personal collection of radio programs from the
golden age of radio (the 1930ís, 40ís and 50ís)
has been ever growing.
"I love what Iím doing,
and want to share as much as possible."
A little about
me personally, my husband Chuck and I met and married during our college
days. After the school years, we had major moves every five years for
thirty-five years while he was in the corporate world. Our most exciting was
a stint in Australia, but we have now returned to our native California
where we plan to stay. We both enjoy travel, golf and are avid tennis
We have five
grown children, one son and four daughters, plus eight grandchildren, seven
boys and one girl. Of course they are absolutely perfect, just like
everyoneís grandchildren seem to be! We are fortunate to spend a lot of
quality family time together.
Another enjoyment of mine is to give nostalgic
talks about old time radio with entertaining clips of the old broadcasts to
various groups and clubs. It begins with ďLetís take a nostalgic look down
Memory Lane. . . Ē and goes on from there for about an hour. One of my
favorites was at the Blackhawk Smithsonian Museum, a fabulous venue here in
The 1970ís in Chicago were my beginning years
of collecting vintage radio programs, and many thousands have been accrued
since that time.
With the helpful support of my husband, and
thanks to you, my friends and fellow comrades in old time radio, RADIO
REVISITED has given me the joy of sharing these old broadcasts. From the
studio here, they have now gone all over the world to individuals, museums,
libraries, universities, schools and even Hollywood studios
Life is good; I hope it is for you, too!
As always, happy listening,
and thank you for taking a look!