KXEL Classic Radio Theater
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KXEL CLASSIC RADIO THEATER

Saturday, August 26, 2017

classicradiotheater@gmail.com

Noon--MATINEE

“The CBS Radio Workshop” from July 21, 1957—“Robert Heinlein's Green Hills of Earth”

“One Out Of Seven” from March 13, 1946—“The Coming Third World War” starring Jack Webb

KXEL Classic Radio Theater starts after UNI Volleyball, approximately 7 p.m.

7 p.m.--COMEDY

“The Chase & Sanborn Hour” from July 11, 1937—with Iowan Don Ameche, Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, and W.C. Fields

8 p.m.--CRIME DRAMA

“Dragnet” from July 13, 1950—“The Big Bomb”

“Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar” from July 13, 1956—“The Shady Lane Matter” (5/5)

9 p.m.--DRAMA

“Academy Award Theater” from July 24, 1946—“Foreign Correspondent” starring Joseph Cotton

10 p.m.--COMEDY

“Fibber McGee & Molly” from July 12, 1937—“The Best Stateroom on the Streamliner”

“The Couple Next Door” from July 12, 1960—“Newspaper and the Musky”

“Lum n Abner” from July 12, 1945—“Bottom Drops Out of the Market”

11 p.m.--THRILLER

“Lights Out” from July 16, 1947—“Death Robbery” staring Boris Karloff

“The Strange Dr. Weird” from November 14, 1944—“The Summoning of Chandor”

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