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Re: 2000 Plus episodes

John Gassman
 

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John
At 05:16 AM 10/24/2022, Rodney Bowcock wrote:
I have WAV files of these that range between 287 and 293 mb in size.

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Rodney

On Mon, Oct 24, 2022 at 7:48 AM Brian Kavanaugh via groups.io <brian= briankavanaugh.com@groups.io> wrote:
I'm finishing work on a new, maintained set for the science fiction series, 2000 Plus that will probably be released next month. Before I wrap it up, I wanted to check if anyone had better copies of any of the available episodes. Attached is a screenshot of the episodes in the series, along with the file size and bit rate.

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Re: 2000 Plus episodes

Rodney Bowcock
 

Here are the ones I have.  If you don't mind, please let me know when you snag them so I can delete them from my pcloud.

https://u.pcloud.link/publink/show?code=kZBkhuVZBHLqPCekGpyUx2HVXrKf7QO4lTlV


Re: holiday episode reflections

jackies@tularosa.net
 

I liked the Dragnet episode where the local church to say someone had stolen the Baby Jesus from their cretch. They had to go back to the priest and tell him that they could not find it and then a small boy comes in with the Baby Jesus. He told the priest that he had prayed to Jesus that if he would get a wagon for Christmas Jesus would get the first ride in it.


What a wonderful picture of Love for our Savior.


Love
Jackie


1966 Dream World Series

Michael Hingson
 

Hi all,

 

The subject says t of it. This was a series of computer generated baseball games in 1966 to pit the best of the National League against the best of the American league. I heard a couple of the games when the series aired in 1966. Might anyone have all seven games and be willing to share?

 

Also, the next year there was a series of 15 boxing matches with the top boxers of all time. Again, might anyone have and be willing to share?

 

Thanks.

 

 

Best Regards,

 

 

Michael Hingson


Re: 2000 Plus episodes

John Nicholson
 

When Worlds Met 500503 WAV

I only have this one, Hope it helps.



On Mon, Oct 24, 2022 at 6:48 AM Brian Kavanaugh via groups.io <brian=briankavanaugh.com@groups.io> wrote:
I'm finishing work on a new, maintained set for the science fiction series, 2000 Plus that will probably be released next month. Before I wrap it up, I wanted to check if anyone had better copies of any of the available episodes. Attached is a screenshot of the episodes in the series, along with the file size and bit rate.



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John


Re: 2000 Plus episodes

Rodney Bowcock
 

I have WAV files of these that range between 287 and 293 mb in size.

image.png

Rodney

On Mon, Oct 24, 2022 at 7:48 AM Brian Kavanaugh via groups.io <brian=briankavanaugh.com@groups.io> wrote:
I'm finishing work on a new, maintained set for the science fiction series, 2000 Plus that will probably be released next month. Before I wrap it up, I wanted to check if anyone had better copies of any of the available episodes. Attached is a screenshot of the episodes in the series, along with the file size and bit rate.


2000 Plus episodes

Brian Kavanaugh
 

I'm finishing work on a new, maintained set for the science fiction series, 2000 Plus that will probably be released next month. Before I wrap it up, I wanted to check if anyone had better copies of any of the available episodes. Attached is a screenshot of the episodes in the series, along with the file size and bit rate.


Re: holiday episode reflections

John Nicholson
 

This is one of my favorite Christmas stories:

Hallmark Playhouse 481223 The Story of Silent Night

BTW, I'm still working on LGDI. Hope to have it ready for you in less than two weeks. Sorry, I got distracted with this REPS Library project. I hope to have it up by tomorrow afternoon.

On Sun, Oct 23, 2022 at 3:34 PM Rodney Bowcock <rodsterrific@...> wrote:
I can help with a couple of shows that I like to listen to often.  Offhand, the Archie Andrews Christmas shopping episode comes to mind.

Rodney


On Oct 23, 2022, at 9:59 AM, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

I plan to wrap up the Sept-Oct issue of the Old Radio Times tomorrow and then will begin the Nov-Dec issue. If anyone would like to contribute thoughts or reviews on your favorite Christmas-themed episodes, it would be fun to print them. It will come out too late for Thanksgiving-themed broadcasts.
Ryan



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Re: holiday episode reflections

Rodney Bowcock
 

I can help with a couple of shows that I like to listen to often.  Offhand, the Archie Andrews Christmas shopping episode comes to mind.

Rodney


On Oct 23, 2022, at 9:59 AM, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:

I plan to wrap up the Sept-Oct issue of the Old Radio Times tomorrow and then will begin the Nov-Dec issue. If anyone would like to contribute thoughts or reviews on your favorite Christmas-themed episodes, it would be fun to print them. It will come out too late for Thanksgiving-themed broadcasts.
Ryan


holiday episode reflections

Ryan Ellett
 

I plan to wrap up the Sept-Oct issue of the Old Radio Times tomorrow and then will begin the Nov-Dec issue. If anyone would like to contribute thoughts or reviews on your favorite Christmas-themed episodes, it would be fun to print them. It will come out too late for Thanksgiving-themed broadcasts.
Ryan


Re: Listeners Needed:

BrianWest2@...
 

I'll help out Ryan.

Brian


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Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Listeners Needed:

We need additional help identifying the following episodes (and then comparing their quality to the same file in the OTRR library, if available):

A Christmas Carol 1949-12-25 with Lionel Barrymore.wav
A Christmas Carol  - Lionel Barrymore.wav

Baby Snooks - Beach Sketch.wav

Email if interested and I'll send a link.
Thanks!
Ryan


Re: Listeners Needed:

Michael Moore
 

I’ll help you out.

Michael

 

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We need additional help identifying the following episodes (and then comparing their quality to the same file in the OTRR library, if available):

A Christmas Carol 1949-12-25 with Lionel Barrymore.wav
A Christmas Carol  - Lionel Barrymore.wav

Baby Snooks - Beach Sketch.wav

Email if interested and I'll send a link.
Thanks!
Ryan

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Listeners Needed:

Ryan Ellett
 

We need additional help identifying the following episodes (and then comparing their quality to the same file in the OTRR library, if available):

A Christmas Carol 1949-12-25 with Lionel Barrymore.wav
A Christmas Carol  - Lionel Barrymore.wav

Baby Snooks - Beach Sketch.wav

Email if interested and I'll send a link.
Thanks!
Ryan


YUSA auction coming next month

Walden Hughes
 

Hi Everybody,

 

The YUSA auction is coming next month.  The preview will be on Saturday 11-12-22 at 12 PM CA time and the auction is on Saturday 11-19-22 at 12 PM.  Thank you for any support,

 

Walden


Re: Lawrence William Hammond; Sue Taylor White

Neal Lavon
 

Thanks for the suggestion, I should have thought of it myself! I did find a reference to a Larry Hammond in a Broadcasting Magazine issue dated June 21, 1943, in which he was referred to as the Radio Head of the WW II era War Manpower Commission. He and Ralph Edwards of Truth or Consequences were teamed up on a cross country trip of TOC broadcasts exchanging tickets for War Bonds. While on the trip, Hammond encouraged women to take jobs in the war effort through these radio performances. That has to be the same guy.

So there's that. I'll check the other sources when I get to the National Archives or my local library. Thanks!
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Re: Old Time Radio Researchers - Digest #880

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For a project about the Voice of America I am working on, I am seeking information on Lawrence William Hammond, who is identified as a writer and director (according to the news article I was using, he was "good looking," too. I have since found out Hammond wrote scripts ffor Mary Noble, Back Stage Wife. Other than that, I cannot find out much about him.

He was married for a time to Susan Grover Whitlock (nee Taylor), a radio writer of soap operas, then scripts for the Cavalcade of America and a New World A' Comin. Taylor went to Mexico to divorce Hammond to marry Paul W White, who became the first head of CBS News. Hammond went to court to get a divorce decree to supplant the Mexican one. Sounded like a juicy tale in the great days of radio.

At any rate, I have a good deal of information on Susan Taylor White who ended up working for the Voice of America almost until she died in 1980. Anything further on her would be great and any information on Lawrence William Hammond would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and I look forward to participating in the group.
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Re: Lawrence William Hammond; Sue Taylor White
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Have you done searches at worldradiohistory.com? Their archives are always expanding and they have made many improvements in their searching. They have a lot of trade magazines and books that are not found in online archives.

I assume you've done the usual newspaper searches, Variety, ProQuest, etc.


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Re: Lawrence William Hammond; Sue Taylor White

Joe Webb
 

Have you done searches at worldradiohistory.com? Their archives are always expanding and they have made many improvements in their searching. They have a lot of trade magazines and books that are not found in online archives.

I assume you've done the usual newspaper searches, Variety, ProQuest, etc.


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Lawrence William Hammond; Sue Taylor White

Neal Lavon
 

For a project about the Voice of America I am working on, I am seeking information on Lawrence William Hammond, who is identified as a writer and director (according to the news article I was using, he was "good looking," too. I have since found out Hammond wrote scripts ffor Mary Noble, Back Stage Wife. Other than that, I cannot find out much about him.

He was married for a time to Susan Grover Whitlock (nee Taylor), a radio writer of soap operas, then scripts for the Cavalcade of America and a New World A' Comin. Taylor went to Mexico to divorce Hammond to marry Paul W White, who became the first head of CBS News. Hammond went to court to get a divorce decree to supplant the Mexican one. Sounded like a juicy tale in the great days of radio.

At any rate, I have a good deal of information on Susan Taylor White who ended up working for the Voice of America almost until she died in 1980. Anything further on her would be great and any information on Lawrence William Hammond would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and I look forward to participating in the group.
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Re: I am so ashamed of not letting you know how I feel

James Robertson
 

God Bless you Jackie, i love all those old radio shows as well, lots of good memories.


On Sat, 1 Oct 2022 at 15:18, Jim Wood <Jim@...> wrote:
Nice to hear, thank you for that Jackie!

 A fellow disabled vet!

Jim

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how I feel

I want all who work on the group how much I appreciate them.  I am 71 a
Disabled veteran and I have to use a cart to get around in my own house.
  I realize I have it better then some do and I praise my God for what I can
do.  The distroes you send are a real blessing not only for me but for my
son and daughter in Love.  We all have a love for Old Time Radio which
started when I was a small child who cried when my favorite Radio Shows were
no longer on the Radio.  There is just something about the Old Time Radio
Shows that are better than you can find on TV these days.
  The only things on TV I usually watch are Sermons from favorite Pastors or
a couple shows that are repairing Log homes.  But the Old Time Radio shows
take me back to my childhood where yes they had Murders and Crime but the
bad guys were always caught and paid the price.

Love
Jackie Schlageter











Re: I am so ashamed of not letting you know how I feel

Jim Wood
 

Nice to hear, thank you for that Jackie!

A fellow disabled vet!

Jim

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Sent: Saturday, October 1, 2022 5:21 PM
To: main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] I am so ashamed of not letting you know
how I feel

I want all who work on the group how much I appreciate them. I am 71 a
Disabled veteran and I have to use a cart to get around in my own house.
I realize I have it better then some do and I praise my God for what I can
do. The distroes you send are a real blessing not only for me but for my
son and daughter in Love. We all have a love for Old Time Radio which
started when I was a small child who cried when my favorite Radio Shows were
no longer on the Radio. There is just something about the Old Time Radio
Shows that are better than you can find on TV these days.
The only things on TV I usually watch are Sermons from favorite Pastors or
a couple shows that are repairing Log homes. But the Old Time Radio shows
take me back to my childhood where yes they had Murders and Crime but the
bad guys were always caught and paid the price.

Love
Jackie Schlageter