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9/3/2014


SummersTime for the week of 03/10/2014

Filed under: Old-Time Radio — Charlie Summers @ 12:31 pm

First, Kate recalls Edgar Allen Poe’s famous story “The Tell-Tale Heart” with Inner Sanctum Mysteries, I prowl the city on the Nightbeat, she stands up for law and order with Mr District Attorney, and I close it out with The Pacific Story!

SummersTime is the Radio Once More show hosted by father-and-daughter team Kate and Charlie Summers. Our goal is to pick some awesome Old-Time Radio shows that we want to hear or share with each other, and then play them for you, too! Be sure to listen to this week’s broadcast - schedule posted both at the SummersTime website and at Radio Once More!

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icon for podpress  SummersTime March 10, 2014 [119:30m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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