Nichols and May’s “Adultery” and Ruth Draper’s “The Italian Lesson.” This Week in the Media and Jan C. Snow’s “Marginal Considerations.
Stuart McLean’s story of “The Cruise.” Peter Schickele’s “ “Songs from Shakespeare.” The Wisdom of Mark Levy and This Week in the Media.
A holiday program featuring “The Twelve Calls of Christmas” by Don Richmond and an orgy of other versions of “The Twelve
Days of Christmas." Marginal Considerations wtih Jan C. Snow and
This Week in the Media
It’s party time, and so we offer some toasts, and appropriate
drinking selections by Eric Kunz, Spike Jones, Red Ingle
and the Natural Seven. Also Shelley Berman tells about the morning after. And Woody Allen tells about a party he attended. Also, a message from Richard Howland-Bolton, and This Week in the Media.
The first of our annual all-request shows. This Week in the
Media and the Radio Essayists are on sabbatical until
The second of our annual all-request shows.
This Week in the Media and the Radio Essayists
return next week.
Some Peter Sellers pieces including “
Balham, Gateway to the South,” “So Little
Time,” “We’ll Let You Know,” “Help”
and “Now is the Winter of Our Discontent”
Jim Gearhart’s “ Son of a Kong” and
Bob Newhart’s “King Kong.” Also, This
Week in the Media and Marginal
Jan C. Snow.
Bob and Ray’s interview on the
along with Red Ingle’s
“Pagan Ninny’s Keep Her
goin’ Stomp” and Mozart’s
“Turkey Trot.” Also, Allan Sherman’s
“End of a Symphony.” A Message
from Richard Howland-Bolton
and This Week in the Media.
Way-past bedtime stories by Monty
Python and Saturday Night Live;
nursery rhymes by Celeste Holm, Boris
Karloff and Robert Conrad reads
his own story “The Upside Down
Midnight.” Also, the Two Ronnies with “
Dr. Spooner Revisited,” “Doctors
Anonymous,” and “All in a Day’s
Wonk.” The Wisdom of Mark
Levy and This Week in the Media.