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KXEL CLASSIC RADIO THEATER

Saturday, February 18, 2017

classicradiotheater@gmail.com

Noon Matinee

(UNI Panther Men's Basketball pre-empts the Matinee this week.)

6 p.m.

“George Burns and Gracie Allen” from May 2, 1946

7 p.m.

“The Lives of Harry Lime” from May 2, 1952--"Suzie's Cue" starring Orson Welles

“Walter Winchell's Jergens Journal” from April 11, 1948

8 p.m.

“The Adventures of Philip Marlowe” from August 11, 1950--"Quiet Magpie"

“Manhunt” episode 20, from 1946--"The Clue of the Crimson Corpse"

9 p.m.

“I Was a Communist for the FBI” from August 12, 1953--"Very Private Funeral"

“Can You Imagine That?” from 1940--"Bits of Bread"

10 p.m.

“Escape” from August 7, 1954--"The Price of the Head" starring Hans Conried

“Bill Stern's Sports Newsreel” from August 2, 1946

11 p.m.

“Nightbeat” from August 7, 1950--"Old Blind Pop"

“The Adventures of Superman” from July 26, 1940--"Lighthouse Point Smugglers"

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KXEL CLASSIC RADIO THEATER

Saturday, February 25, 2017

classicradiotheater@gmail.com

Noon Matinee

(UNI Panther Men's Basketball pre-empts the Matinee this week.)

6 p.m.

“The Jack Benny Program” from February 12, 1950—“Allen’s Alley Spoof”

“The Bob Hope Show” from February 12, 1952—“Las Vegas Story”

7 p.m.

“Gunsmoke” from February 12, 1956--"Kitty’s Outlaw"

“The Lone Ranger” from February 12, 1943—“Stampede”

8 p.m.

“The Inner Sanctum Mysteries” from February 14, 1949--"Birdsong for a Murderer"

“Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar” from February 14, 1956--"The Cui Bono Matter"

9 p.m.

“The Halls of Ivy” from February 17, 1950--"The Chinese Student"

“Fibber McGee and Molly” from February 17, 1956--"Molly Suspects Fibber Has A Girlfriend"

10 p.m.

“Broadway Is My Beat” from February 17, 1950--"The Dion Hartley Murder"

“Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar” from February 17, 1956--"The Cui Bono Matter" (Conclusion)

11 p.m.

“The Jack Benny Program” from February 14, 1937--"Jack’s Birthday"

“Suspense!” from February 14, 1960--"Telephone Murder Plot"

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