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


Title Date published
Andre Baruch On The Sponsor's Tight Control of Your Hit Parade 2018-10-12
Rudy Vallée Explains The Importance of Being Different—How He Started Out 2018-10-10
Frank Sinatra Remembers Visiting a Heroin Dry Out Clinic To Prepare for The Man With The Golden Arm 2018-10-07
The Story Behind Bill Spier's Exit From Suspense 2018-10-06
Orson Welles Reflects on War Of The Worlds—Admits He Scared People On Purpose 2018-10-05
Frank Sinatra Tells A Joke About What Misery Is 2018-10-04
The Story Behind Lights Out—The Most Gruesome Radio Show of the 1930s 2018-10-03
The Story Behind Escape and The Saint, as told by Vincent Price and William N. Robson 2018-10-02
BW - EP84: The Simple Art of Macabre—Mystery, Suspense, and Horror from Radio’s Best (1931 - 1982) 2018-09-30
Harry Bartel Tells a Funny Jeanette Nolan Crime Classics Story 2018-09-29
Actress Peggy Webber Tells Funny Radio Script Stories About Orson Welles and Peter Lorre 2018-09-27
Roxy Rothafel, Lew Fields, and Joe Weber Rehearse For the Opening of Radio City's Music Hall in NYC 2018-09-25
Radio Actress Jan Miner Explains How She Got Started in New York Radio 2018-09-24
Director William N Robson Explains How War SFX Were Achieved On Radio During the 1940s 2018-09-22
BW - EP83: Sarnoff & Paley: Tainted Friendships, Tall Tales, Talent Raids, and TV (1934 - 1952) 2018-08-31
The Story Behind The 1933 Press-Radio War 2018-08-06
An Interview With Best-Selling Author David Shields 2018-08-04
BW - EP82: Depression, War, And The Birth of ABC (1932 - 1946) 2018-07-31
A Man Named Marlowe Episode 6—The Finale: The Windup & The Phoenix 2018-07-21
A Man Named Marlowe Episode 5: The Release, The Ruse & The Meeting 2018-07-08

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