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Boomer Boulevard with Bob Bro
Welcome to Boomer Boulevard --- Memory Lane for Baby
Boomers --- but everyone is welcome!  Come and share 
some stories, memories, laughs and tears.

1. Have Gun, Will Travel  7-8-60  "Father O'Toole's Organ
2. Dragnet, 8-11-49  "The Maniac Murderer"
3. Jack Benny Show, 2-27-55  "Jack Watches Wrestling on TV"
4. Gunsmoke,  1-13-57  "Ozymandias"

Please Come and Join Us!

Contact Bob at: 
bob@boomerboulevard.com
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
Frank Bresee with Bea Wain. Iater interviews with Ed Ames and Gogi Grant,

5:16 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016 America/New_York.

6:00 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
The Old Time Radio Show

The Friday Night Live Show Replay
Frank Bresee with Bea Wain. Iater interviews with Ed Ames and Gogi Grant,
6:30 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
The Old Time Radio Show
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
7:00 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
The Old Time Radio Show
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
7:30 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
The Old Time Radio Show
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
8:00 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
Yesterday's Radio

The Friday Night Live Show Replay
8:30 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
Yesterday's Radio
Radio's Golden Age W1
Eddie Cantor - Chase And Sanborn Hour  32-10-30
Eddie Cantor - It's Time To Smile 41-02-12
Eddie Cantor - Eddie Cantor Show(Pabst) 47-03-06

9:00 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
Yesterday's Radio
Radio's Golden Age W1
9:30 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
Yesterday's Radio
Radio's Golden Age W1
10:00 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
Listener's Choice W2 Gunsmoke Monday
Top 5 for Monday, May 2

Gunsmoke 6-25-55 Army Trial

Hosted by Bob Bro
Contact Bob: bob@boomerboulevard.com

Radio's Golden Age W1
10:30 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
The Nightly Live Show

The Nightly Live Show

11:00 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
The Nightly Live Show
The Nightly Live Show
11:30 PM on Monday, May 02, 2016. America/New_York  
The Nightly Live Show
The Nightly Live Show
12:00 AM on Tuesday, May 03, 2016. America/New_York  
The Golden Days Of Radio

One Night Stand with the Big Bands W1

12:30 AM on Tuesday, May 03, 2016. America/New_York  
The Golden Days Of Radio
One Night Stand with the Big Bands W1
01:00 AM on Tuesday, May 03, 2016. America/New_York  
The Golden Days Of Radio
The Golden Age of Radio W1
Today, April 30 is Eve Arden's Birthday,
and QUEEN FOR A DAY premiered this day
in 1945.

Remember the villain Yates on JACK
ARMSTRONG? I don't, but then I don't
pay much attention. Anyway, he's back
asking lots of questions about The
Spindrift as our crew continues the hunt
for Professor Loring. Chapters 3 & 4
of “The Zamboanga Adventure” from
Jan 08 & 09, 1941.

YOURS TRULY, JOHNNY DOLLAR with
Bob Bailey as the man with the action-
packed expense account returns with
Chapters 1 & 2 of The McCormick Matter”
from Oct 03 & 04, 1955. This was the first
of the five-part serials. Not six parts,
Max, five, usually.

On April 30, 1945, Mutual premiered a fav-
orite that was on radio and TV for many
years, QUEEN FOR A DAY, hosted by Jack
Bailey. The show started in NY, but after
a few months settled in to Hollywood.
Several women from the audience were asked
to tell what they needed most, then the
rest of the ladies would vote via the
“applause meter” to select the woman whose
dream would come true. From Feb 13, 1950.

Eve Arden was born this day in 1908. Before
she landed the long-running role of OUR
MISS BROOKS, she was a regular on several
other radio shows, starting with THE
DANNY KAYE SHOW in 1945, then THE
SEALTEST VILLAGE STORE with Jack
Carson. Today, she's Juliet to Danny
Kaye's Romeo in a modern fast-paced
version that spoofs a number of popular
radio shows of the day, such as THE
LONE RANGER and THE QUIZ KIDS.
Danny sings "Rockin' The Alphabet" and
"Accent-u-ate The Positive." With Lionel
Stander, Shirley Mitchell, Bob Jellison,
Harry James and His Orchestra, vocals by
Kitty Kallen, and announcer Ken Niles.
Program #10 From March 10, 1945.