Winters were long and cold in Minneapolis back in the 1930s; I’m sure they still are. The walk home from school around the lake was certainly a challenge for a 10-year-old boy. Fortunately the family’s big radio console was waiting for me in the living room where my favorite action heroes were there to challenge my imagination with the turn of a knob.
BITS AND PIECES OF AN ORDINARY LIFE
Chapter 1: Radio’s Serials, Soaps, Dramas, Mysteries and Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds”… [Open]
Chapter 2: “War of the Worlds” foreshadows a very real World at War a few years later. [Open]
BEGGED AND BORROWED
Geoff Nate’s abridged version of the Orson Welles radio classic… [Open]
ETC. ETC. ETC
“Back of the Mike”: Imagining our heroes in action was easy, but even better with sound effects. [Open]
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