Breaking Walls: The Podcast on the History of American Dramatic Radio.


Title Date published
The Columbia Workshop: The Fall of the City—04/11/1937 2019-08-24
Actor Elliott Reid On The Ease of Acting on Grand Central Station 2019-08-23
Jack Haley Explains The Importance of The Palace Theater in New York City 2019-08-20
William Spier on The Origin of Suspense 2019-08-19
Gale Gordon On How Radio Stimulated The Imagination 2019-08-17
The Story Behind The End Of Fibber McGee And Molly 2019-08-15
Columbia Presents Corwin: Fourteen August—08.14.1945 2019-08-14
Roberta Goodwin Bailey on Bob Bailey's Birth & The Dollar Recording Sessions 2019-08-12
How Jack Webb Launched Dragnet in 1949 2019-08-10
When Inner Sanctum Mysteries Went To The Drug Store 2019-08-10
Eve Arden On Jack Benny Considering Offering Her Mary's Role 2019-08-07
The Rise Of Jack Webb's Radio Career 2019-08-05
Willard Waterman On Becoming The Great Gildersleeve 2019-08-05
When Dennis Day Was Irresistible to Women 2019-08-04
Don Quinn On How He Became a Radio Writer 2019-08-04
BW - EP94: Radio And The Drugstore/Malt Shop (1940 - 1955) 2019-07-31
Lawrence Dobkin On How AFRA Functioned In the 1940s-1950s 2019-07-29
Eve Arden On Wanting a Hit Broadway Play 2019-07-27
Edward R. Murrow's Harsh Words For Senator McCarthy 2019-07-25
Jack Benny Praises His Writers and Talks About Why He's Easy To Write For 2019-07-24

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