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


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CBS Afternoon Program Bumpers—2/23/1958 2019-03-26
CBS President Frank Stanton on the CBS Differences Before and After World War II 2019-03-24
Gunsmoke Director Norman Macdonnell On Gunsmoke's Dead Air SFX 2019-03-23
Eve Arden On Jeff Chandler 2019-03-21
Night Beat NBC Sales Promo—02/06/1950 2019-03-20
Byron Kane On Working with Orson Welles and Hans Conried 2019-03-19
William S. Paley On The Importance of Radio 2019-03-18
Fred Allen Jokes About Jack Benny on St. Patrick's Day—03/17/1937 2019-03-17
Gracie Allen Marches in the St. Patrick's Day Parade—03/17/1941 2019-03-16
Harry Bartell On Not Rehearsing When Working for Jack Webb on Dragnet 2019-03-15
Herb Vigran on What Happened to Radio Actors during the 1960s after TV Killed Dramatic Radio 2019-03-12
Byron Kane Tells a Self-Proclaimed X-Rated Radio Story About a Funny Line Flub 2019-03-11
Jack Benny Struggles with Daylight Savings Time—09/30/1945 2019-03-09
Luke Slaughter—03/09/1958—CBS Network Mid-Show Frontier Gentlemen Promo 2019-03-08
William N. Robson On The Death of Dramatic Radio 2019-03-07
More Doctors Smoke Camels Commercial from Richard Diamond—02/09/1951 2019-03-06
John Wayne, John Ford, Claire Trevor, and Ward Bond close the NBC Theater—01/09/1949 2019-03-04
Jeanette Nolan On Her Radio Beginnings 2019-03-03
Ruth Woodman, Creator of Death Valley Days Talks with Ida Blackburn in 1961 2019-03-02
BW - EP89: The Birth of The Adult Radio Western (1929 - 1945) 2019-02-28

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