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Turn back the dial with the Firehouse Radio Players! Our cast of voice actors and sound effects artists present an evening of original comedies in the style of shows from the Golden Age of Radio. There's outer space excitement in "The Thrilling Adventures of Captain Fremulon," soft-boiled crime drama with "Cliff Hanger, Private Eye," and more! Recorded live at Firehouse Theatre in Richmond, Virginia.
 
On The Rode Show Podcast, anything goes as long as it's about baseball. National Supervisor Nathan Rode and National Crosschecker Shooter Hunt discuss top prospects and news. On occasion, they're joined by Director of College Scouting David Seifert, President Sean Duncan, and various PBR state directors. Prep Baseball Report has evolved into one of the country’s biggest and most respected independent scouting services, with a singular focus of providing comprehensive year-round coverage in e ...
 
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WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? With Manchester United likely to finish second in the Premier League and now into the Europa League final, what has the United fan base made of the season thus far? What is the general perception of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reign as United boss and is he the man to take the club forward? Anti-Glazer protest chat. Pre-match thought…
 
Jeff Chandler returns to the podcast in another pair of old time radio thrillers. First, he stars in a story set to the lyrics of a haunting ballad in "My True Love's Hair" (originally aired on CBS on October 19, 1953). Then, Chandler is on trial for crimes committed to preserve the anti-Nazi underground in "Death at Skirkerud Pond" (originally air…
 
When Jack Benny came down with pneumonia in the spring of 1943 and he had to miss a month of shows, an unlikely guest host stepped in to fill his shoes. For four episodes, Orson Welles poked fun at himself and joined in the jokes with Benny's gang - Mary, Phil, Dennis, Don, and Rochester - and showed off his comedy chops on one of the funniest show…
 
Join Cole, Stevie, and newcomer to the pod, Seb, as the lads breakdown Aston Villa’s eighth win on the road this season. You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - Dig In! WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? Cole, Stevie, and Seb discuss the impact that Ollie Watkins has made this season and where his future lies within the starting XI - could…
 
In the first part of a birthday salute to the great Orson Welles, we'll hear him co-star with My Friend Irma leading lady Marie Wilson in a screwball comedy-murder mystery from The Campbell Playhouse. They star as husband and wife private eyes in "There's Always a Woman" (originally aired on CBS on December 17, 1939). Then, Welles recreates his big…
 
Cole Pettem is joined by Paul from the Everton fansite, The Toffee Blues, to preview Saturday’s fixture at Goodison Park. You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - Enjoy! WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? With the Toffees still in the midst of the battle for European football next season, how has fans’ expectations changed from the start of…
 
Two-time Oscar nominee John Garfield broke out of the New York theatre scene, and his star burned brightly until he ran afoul of the House Un-American Activities Committee. Known for his intense performances and his battles with his studio to find stronger scripts, Garfield made memorable impressions in movies like The Postman Always Rings Twice an…
 
The brilliant comedienne Eve Arden brought wit and charm to the role of Connie Brooks, Madison High School's favorite English teacher. She stood at the center of one of radio's best casts, and her performance makes Our Miss Brooks one of the best sitcoms of the era. In honor of her birthday, we'll hear a pair of episodes - first, there's a cafeteri…
 
David Seifert discusses his weekend at Miami (Ohio) vs. Kent State, with Nathan Rode and Shooter Hunt, which included big arms like Sam Bachman. The guys also discuss observations from the showdown between Mississippi State and Vanderbilt, while again debating Rocker vs. Leiter. The MLB Draft League is a month away from opening day, so a couple of …
 
Cole was joined by Danny and Simon to react to a mixed bag performance against the Baggies as the Villans continue to sit comfortably in mid-table. You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - Dig In! WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? The lads try to make sense of what exactly happened as Villa let an early lead slip and would have conceded an…
 
On April 24, 1949, radio fans met Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, Private Detective. The only radio gumshoe who wrapped up his case of the week with a song, Diamond was one of the best sleuths to come out of the radio era thanks to scripts from Blake Edwards and the smooth, polished performance of Powell - an actor who could play both comedy and cr…
 
Join Cole, Simon, and Danny as they mull over the loss to Manchester City, look ahead to the game on Sunday against the Baggies, and take part in a little Q&A! You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - Dig In! WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? A fantastic and energetic start, but lacking in areas when it mattered most - did we deserve to lo…
 
In his final Suspense appearance, Brian Donlevy played a doctor coming to the aid of a man recently returned from the dead. The Oscar nominee stars in "Lazarus Walks" (originally aired on CBS on October 31, 1946). Then, we'll hear him recreate his role as a derelict who winds up in the governor's mansion from The Great McGinty on Academy Award (ori…
 
With the Academy Awards ceremony right around the corner, we'll hear a classic Hollywood comedy recreated for radio. My Man Godfrey picked up six Oscar nominations along with critical acclaim and box office success in 1936. When The Lux Radio Theatre dramatized the film (originally aired on CBS on May 9, 1938), stars William Powell, Carole Lombard,…
 
Cole Pettem is joined by David Mooney from the Blue Moon Podcast and The Athletic's "Why Always Us?" podcast for a bulky chat about all things European Super League and a sprinkle of pre-match thoughts ahead of Wednesday's game against Manchester City at Villa Park. You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - Dig In! WHAT DO WE …
 
Nathan Rode, Shooter Hunt and David Seifert discuss the latest in amateur baseball. Seif saw an outing from Joe Rock. All three talk about Jack Leiter vs. Kumar Rocker. Shooter was at Mississippi vs. Mississippi State and Rode saw Alex Mooney, plus the loaded lineup that surrounds him.By Prep Baseball Report
 
We're joining three pairs of husband and wife sleuthing teams as they mix date nights with dead bodies. First, Nick and Nora Charles solve "The Case of the Suspicious Hangover" on The Adventures of the Thin Man (AFRS rebroadcast from October 6, 1944). Then, Pam and Jerry receive an "Invitation to Murder" on Mr. and Mrs. North (AFRS rebroadcast from…
 
Irish-born actor Dan O'Herlihy broke out on the big screen when he earned an Oscar nod for the title role in Robinson Crusoe. Over the course of his career, he worked steadily on in films and on television, including his memorable role of "The Old Man" in Robocop and a recurring part on Twin Peaks. We'll hear him in two starring turns on Suspense -…
 
Hans Conried gave us one of the all-time great Disney villains as Captain Hook, and he was a memorable menace as Snidely Whiplash. But the greatest showcase for his versatility was radio, where he could play a cavalcade of characters with unique accents and personalities. We'll hear him as Dr. Miller, the long-suffering psychiatrist of Gracie Allen…
 
Cole Pettem was joined Sunday evening by Simon O’Regan and Danny Raza to mull over the painful loss to Liverpool - Jack Grealish, we miss you! WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? Jack Grealish will be out for at least another 2-3 weeks - what can be done without him? The lads discuss the number of sloppy turnovers that have led to opposition scoring chances; is Vi…
 
One of radio's best anthologies of adult science fiction, Dimension X presented adaptations of stories from Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, and more. We'll hear two tales from the series - each starring a private detective who gets more than he bargained for when he takes on an unusual case. First, it's a hunt for Martians on Earth in Donald Wollheim's…
 
In a two-part edition of the Holtecast, Cole Pettem is joined by Neil Dunworth and Jack Gill to preview Saturday’s trip to Anfield. You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - Dig In! WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? With Liverpool coming off of a 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday, c…
 
Katina Paxinou came to the United States at the outset of World War II, unable to return to her native Greece. The theatre star made a big Hollywood debut with her Oscar and Golden Globe-winning performance in For Whom the Bell Tolls, but her film career was short-lived as she returned to her homeland to continue her work on the stage. We'll hear h…
 
One of radio's most versatile and in-demand performers, John Brown could be heard in regular roles almost every night of the week through the 40s and 50s. He was Ozzie Nelson's next door neighbor, Dennis Day's boss, and Broadway - narrator of The Damon Runyon Theatre. We'll hear him as Al, the ne'er do well boyfriend of My Friend Irma (originally a…
 
Cole Pettem, Danny Raza, and Simon O’Regan all got together to discuss the quick turnaround victory over Fulham - football is fun again! You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - Dig In! WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? Jack Grealish misses out through a last-minute injury precaution - how big of a miss was he? Why are/were Villa strugglin…
 
He's best known for Dragnet and Joe Friday, but there was a lot more to Jack Webb's radio career than the groundbreaking police procedural. We'll hear him in three old time radio mysteries as a trio of down on their luck detectives. First, he's Pat Novak for Hire in "Dixie Gillian" (originally aired on ABC on November 24, 1946). Then, Webb stars in…
 
WHAT DO WE DISCUSS? With former player turned manager, Scott Parker, leading the charge at Fulham, how has The Cottagers season been perceived within the fan base? Can a fair portion of Fulham’s slow start to the season be attributed to the quick turnaround between the 2019/2020 promotion campaign and the current campaign? With Fulham just two poin…
 
Dane Clark prided himself on playing average joes on the big screen, and in the two episodes we'll hear this week he plays a pair of men caught up in murder. One falls into a trap, and the other plots the perfect crime, but both are in tales well calculated to keep you in Suspense. We'll hear Clark in "A Guy Gets Lonely" (originally aired on CBS on…
 
Over a long radio career, Paula Winslowe effortlessly moved between dramas, thrillers, mysteries, and comedies. But her signature role came in one of the era's best domestic sitcoms as Peg opposite William Bendix in The Life of Riley. As the Riley family's level-headed matriarch, Winslowe gave radio one of its best female characters and created a f…
 
For much of its history, the US Treasury Department was extensively involved in law enforcement. The Coast Guard, the Bureau of Prohibition, the Secret Service - all were under the umbrella of the Treasury at one point. The exploits of its agents - men and women who battled counterfeiters and other crooks - inspired films, comic books, and radio sh…
 
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