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Chereal Stars

Wednesday, September 20th, 12:00 am

Chereal Stars

Channel 102

Channel 102

Astrologer, Chereal Stars takes listener calls and questions based upon their astrological charts.

Up All Afternoon with Kyle Anderson

Wednesday, September 20th, 3:00 am

Up All Afternoon with Kyle Anderson

Channel 105

Channel 105

From big money blockbusters to obscure indie gems, from the inside scoop to the outer limits, Up All Afternoon is your mid-day boost of pop culture news and insights from Kyle Anderson. With the help of a deep stable of experts, Kyle delivers the hottest news, the sharpest reviews, and in-depth interviews with the sharpest minds in TV, movies, music, books, and whatever comes next. Give Kyle two hours at 4E/1P every weekday, and he’ll make your pop culture life at least 44% more interesting guar

Rebroadcast:
Wednesday, September 20th, 4:00 pm
Wednesday, September 20th, 9:00 pm
Thursday, September 21st, 3:00 am
Thursday, September 21st, 4:00 pm
Thursday, September 21st, 9:00 pm
Friday, September 22nd, 3:00 am
Friday, September 22nd, 4:00 pm
Friday, September 22nd, 9:00 pm
Monday, September 25th, 4:00 pm
Monday, September 25th, 9:00 pm
Tuesday, September 26th, 3:00 am
Tuesday, September 26th, 4:00 pm
Tuesday, September 26th, 9:00 pm

Mercury Theatre On The Air

Wednesday, September 20th, 4:00 pm

Mercury Theatre On The Air

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Tale Of Two Cities" from 7/25/1938 Created by Orson Welles, this weekly hour-long show presented classic literary works. The series debuted on CBS on July 11, 1938. After the renown (and accidental panic) of "The War of the Worlds", which aired about 6 months after the series began, Campbell's Soup signed on as the sponser and the show became the Campbell Playhouse.

Rebroadcast:
Saturday, September 23rd, 12:00 pm

Exploring Tomorrow

Thursday, September 21st, 9:30 am

Exploring Tomorrow

Channel 148

Channel 148

"First Contact" from 1957 First broadcast on December 4, 1957, Exploring Tomorrow brought funny, strange and chilling tales to science fiction fans across the country. Adventures in space exploration, aliens, and time travel thrilled listeners on the Mutual Broadcasting System. While the stories and their settings are unusual, the themes are familiar: jealousy, crime and punishment, the pursuit of happiness, politics and war. As with all good science fiction, the fanciful and frightening worlds

Rebroadcast:
Saturday, September 23rd, 3:30 am

A Date With Judy

Thursday, September 21st, 10:00 am

A Date With Judy

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Dreaming Of Frank Sinatra" from 3/20/1945 Fourteen-year-old Ann Gillis starred in the 1941 series, and Dellie Ellis starred in the 1942 version. Louise Erickson (who had played Judy’s friend Mitzi opposite Ellis) made the title role her own in a 1943 summer series and starred in the regular program from 1944-49. Judy's father Melvyn was the owner of the Foster Can Company, and her mother was a typical housewife. Judy also had a brother Randolph, a boyfriend Oogie and plenty of friends.

Mr. District Attorney

Thursday, September 21st, 11:30 am

Mr. District Attorney

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Rehearsed Robberies" 1/1/1954 Phillips H. Lord, creator of Gang Busters, worked with creator/writer/director Ed Byron to develop this series, which is inspired by the early years of New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey. It aired on NBC and ABC from April 3, 1939 to June 13, 1952. The nameless title role was played by several actors throughout the run: Raymond Edward Johnson, Jay Jostyn, and David Brian. A key figure in the show was the D.A.'s secretary, Edith Miller (played by Vicki Vola)

Archie Andrews

Thursday, September 21st, 1:00 pm

Archie Andrews

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Double Date" from 10/19/1946 The Adventures of Archie Andrews came to radio on May 31, 1943 with Jack Grimes and later Charles Mullen portraying Archie in the early sustainer season. Bob Hastings took over the title role when Mullen was drafted and starred in the series for the final eight seasons.

The Old Ones w/ Mike Birbiglia

Thursday, September 21st, 6:00 pm

The Old Ones w/ Mike Birbiglia

Channel 94

Channel 94

The Old Ones is a SiriusXM limited series hosted by comedian Mike Birbiglia. The show features Birbiglia sitting down with old friends and collaborators to discuss and play tracks from each of his five comedy albums.

Rebroadcast:
Friday, September 22nd, 11:00 am
Saturday, September 23rd, 6:00 pm
Tuesday, September 26th, 11:00 am

Your Hit Parade

Thursday, September 21st, 7:30 pm

Your Hit Parade

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Frank Sings 'Heart Of Gold'" from 9/11/1948 This weekly survey of popular American music was a staple of Saturday nights from the 1930s into the late 1940s. The drama of a countdown to each week's number one song is still a widely used structure. For the first few years of the show, the top 15 songs were played in random order before the countdown structure took listeners by stormSlots were determined based on radio requests, sheet music sales, jukebox statistics and song requests at dance clu

Author's Playhouse

Thursday, September 21st, 8:00 pm

Author's Playhouse

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Inexperienced Ghost" from 12/4/1944

Rebroadcast:
Saturday, September 23rd, 12:00 am

Tom Mix Straightshooters

Thursday, September 21st, 10:00 pm

Tom Mix Straightshooters

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Hidden Mesa" from 4/18/1941 "The Border Smugglers" from 12/16/1941

Rebroadcast:
Saturday, September 23rd, 2:00 pm

Archie Andrews

Friday, September 22nd, 12:00 am

Archie Andrews

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Archie Is Sick" from 6/12/1948 The Adventures of Archie Andrews came to radio on May 31, 1943 with Jack Grimes and later Charles Mullen portraying Archie in the early sustainer season. Bob Hastings took over the title role when Mullen was drafted and starred in the series for the final eight seasons.

Mutual Radio Theatre

Friday, September 22nd, 1:00 am

Mutual Radio Theatre

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Voyage Of No Return" from 4/16/1980 The Mutual Broadcasting System took over and renamed the Sears Radio Theatre in December 1979. Hosts Lorne Greene, Andy Griffith, Vincent Price, Cicely Tyson and Leonard Nimoy shared duties by presenting productions with different themes each night of the week.

Philo Vance, Detective

Friday, September 22nd, 5:00 am

Philo Vance, Detective

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Red Duck Murder Case" from 5/31/1949 Philo Vance was the most popular fictional detective during the late 1920s and early 1930s and influenced the creation of many later detectives. S.S. Van Dine's legendary creation was first brought to radio on July 5, 1945 in an NBC summer series starring Jose Ferrar and was also briefly portrayed by John Emery.

Best of "Up All Afternoon" with Kyle Anderson

Saturday, September 23rd, 8:00 am

Best of "Up All Afternoon" with Kyle Anderson

Channel 105

Channel 105

From big money blockbusters to obscure indie gems, from the inside scoop to the outer limits, Up All Afternoon is your mid-day boost of pop culture news and insights from Kyle Anderson. With the help of a deep stable of experts, Kyle delivers the hottest news, the sharpest reviews, and in-depth interviews with the sharpest minds in TV, movies, music, books, and whatever comes next. Give Kyle two hours at 4E/1P every weekday, and he’ll make your pop culture life at least 44% more interesting guar

Rebroadcast:
Sunday, September 24th, 6:00 am
Sunday, September 24th, 10:00 pm
Monday, September 25th, 4:00 am

Philo Vance, Detective

Sunday, September 24th, 7:00 am

Philo Vance, Detective

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Little Murder Case" from 11/15/1949 Philo Vance was the most popular fictional detective during the late 1920s and early 1930s and influenced the creation of many later detectives. S.S. Van Dine's legendary creation was first brought to radio on July 5, 1945 in an NBC summer series starring Jose Ferrar and was also briefly portrayed by John Emery.

The Line-Up

Sunday, September 24th, 1:00 pm

The Line-Up

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Candy Store Murder" from 11/16/1950 This CBS cop procedural pulls back the curtain on crime fighting in San Francisco. The Shadow's Bill Johnstone starred as cool-mannered Lt. Ben Guthrie, foil to hot-tempered Sgt. Matt Grebb. Director Elliot Lewis was one of the busiest men in radio, having a hand in the Phil Harris & Alice Faye Show, Suspense, Broadway Is My Beat, and many more.

Beyond Tomorrow

Monday, September 25th, 3:30 am

Beyond Tomorrow

Channel 148

Channel 148

"The Outer Limit" from 4/13/1950 In 1950, Beyond Tomorrow only ran three episodes on CBS, unable to compete with NBC's Dimension X. Featuring Everett Sloane, Bret Morrison, and Frank Lovejoy.

Outlander LIVE

Monday, September 25th, 12:00 pm

Outlander LIVE

Channel 105

Channel 105

Each week EW writers Lynette Rice and Amy Wilkinson recap the latest epsidoe of the smash hit "Outlander", while each week having a different member of the cast and crew.

Rebroadcast:
Tuesday, September 26th, 5:00 am

Bobby Flay Radio

Monday, September 25th, 12:00 pm

Bobby Flay Radio

Channel 109

Channel 109

Join celebrity chef Bobby Flay for his new limited engagement series on SiriusXM Stars!

Rebroadcast:
Monday, September 25th, 10:00 pm

The Wonder Show

Monday, September 25th, 2:30 pm

The Wonder Show

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Colonel Haley" from 12/16/1938

Fred Allen Show

Monday, September 25th, 8:00 pm

Fred Allen Show

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Search Dr. Livingstone" from 10/4/1939 John Steinbeck recognized Fred Allen as "unquestionably the best humorist of our time, a brilliant critic of manners and morals." Following in the footsteps of Will Rogers, Fred reintroduced topical political humour to radio. Fred introduced his classic "Allen’s Alley" segment December 13, 1942.

Dr. Sixgun

Tuesday, September 26th, 1:00 am

Dr. Sixgun

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Immigrant Settler" from 10/21/1954 Dr. Sixgun starred Karl Weber as Dr. Ray Matson, "the gun-toting frontier doctor who roamed the length and breadth of the old Indian territory, friend and physician to white man and Indian alike, the symbol of justice and mercy in the lawless west of the 1870s." His sidekick Pablo, played by Bill Griffis, narrates the stories.

Mr. District Attorney

Tuesday, September 26th, 2:00 am

Mr. District Attorney

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Motorcycle Club Killer" from 1/25/1953 Phillips H. Lord, creator of Gang Busters, worked with creator/writer/director Ed Byron to develop this series, which is inspired by the early years of New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey. It aired on NBC and ABC from April 3, 1939 to June 13, 1952. The nameless title role was played by several actors throughout the run: Raymond Edward Johnson, Jay Jostyn, and David Brian. A key figure in the show was the D.A.'s secretary, Edith Miller (played by Vicki Vo

Fred Allen Show

Tuesday, September 26th, 7:00 am

Fred Allen Show

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Mob Buster" from 3/20/1949 John Steinbeck recognized Fred Allen as "unquestionably the best humorist of our time, a brilliant critic of manners and morals." Following in the footsteps of Will Rogers, Fred reintroduced topical political humour to radio. Fred introduced his classic "Allen’s Alley" segment December 13, 1942.

Martin & Lewis Show

Tuesday, September 26th, 7:30 am

Martin & Lewis Show

Channel 148

Channel 148

"Witnessed A Murder" from 11/7/1949 Comedy/variety show starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.