BW - EP58: Subways Are For Sleeping—A History of New York Subway-based Radio Programming

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On Breaking Walls EP58, we continue our Radio Chronicles series with a look at old-time radio plays that took place on, or around, the New York City Subway system. Highlights: • Who was Henry Shelby and how did he survive as a homeless man in New York in the 1950s • June Havoc stars in a tale of murder and intrigue on #Suspense in 1947 • Dinah Shore sings for the troops overseas. • A short profile on the Perry Mason show • A stabbing in #timessquare on #Broadway is My Beat • A subway #ghost! June Havoc on the Dinah Shore show in 1979 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwuaH0FOMVo To subscribe on itunes search for Breaking Walls To subscribe on soundcloud follow @TheWallBreakers

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