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Vintage Radio Drama. Theater of the Mind. Step right into a virtual time machine that will take you to worlds beyond imagination. The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network is THE premier online network that brings you classic radio drama from the early decades of the 20th century*, streamed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Mastered from the best quality source material currently available, enjoy the best of Old Time Radio comedy, drama, adventure, and more, every day and on the hour! This is the Vintage Entertainment Radio Network!


* The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network features programming that is considered as Public Domain material. There are certain shows that will likely not air on the network due to licensing and copyright issues. For example, "The Green Hornet" is owned by The Green Hornet, Inc. which licenses their program to another media distributor, therefore you will never hear this program here. For any claims on vintage material verified to be copyrighted, programming will be promptly removed from broadcast on this network.

Advertising notice: To help support this station, I am relying on Amazon / Audible affiliations. I am respectfully requesting that any listeners visiting my site disable ad-blockers. I promise, for the time being, Amazon / Audible ads will be the only ones appearing on this site and are proven safe and minimal to the site. Your support is truly appreciated! -G.





Sunday, August 6, 2017

We will be back in the fall!

Hello, Listeners!

It has been a very busy summer for me, so updates to the Vintage Entertainment Radio Network have been very few and far between. But, stay tuned, I will be back in September with new shows.

In the meantime, I still welcome your comments and questions. I have a new email address specifically for this blog: - VintageMediaCollector@gmail.com

As you can see, my email address truly reflects my passion for Vintage Media as a whole, not only classic Old Time Radio. I have collected hundreds of hours of old radio, television and movie media and I hope I will be able to expand the offerings of this blog to include some of my favorites. More on that later.

I hope you all are having a great summer! Thank you for listening!

-Georges.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

A mix of new shows uploaded for #NewOTRTuesday!

The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network presents

BTMK063 - Behind The Mike (ep-63) (11-30-41) Impersonations Of Famous People (30m) [64kbps]
Summary: Blue Network. Sustaining. Arthur Boran (of "The Vaudeville Theatre Of The Air") does imitations and tells how he does them. The sound effect of the week: Superman breaks down a stone wall with his bare hands. Lew White and Raymond Edward Johnson explain how the opening of "Innner Sanctum" is done. Oddities in radio: the experience of the concertmaster of the Boston Symphony in a parking lot. A salute to, "The Alec Templeton Program." Hollace Shaw sings, "All The Things You Are." Helen Hyatt (of "Today's News") tells how an Hungarian actress escaped from occupied France. Arthur Boran, Lew White, Raymond Edward Johnson, Hollace Shaw, Mort Lewis (writer), Ernie Watson (composer), Gide Sirene (?), Graham McNamee (host), Gilbert Mack (announcer). (Excerpt from: http://www.radiogoldindex.com/cgi-local/p2.cgi?ProgramName=Behind+The+Mike)

Visit the site here! Click here to download the episode!

GNSM144 - Gunsmoke (ep-144) (01-15-55) Chester's Murder (30m) [64kbps]
Summary: Sponsored by: L & M, Chesterfield. Charlie Pickard has been shot and killed while Chester was taking him to jail. All the evidence points to Chester as the murderer! The script was used on the Gunsmoke television series on March 30, 1957. William Conrad, Howard McNear, John Meston (writer), Vic Perrin, Lawrence Dobkin, James Nusser, Joyce McCluskey, Parley Baer, Georgia Ellis, Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Rex Koury (composer, conductor), George Fenneman (commercial spokesman), Tom Hanley (sound patterns), Ray Kemper (sound patterns), George Walsh (announcer). (Excerpt from: http://www.radiogoldindex.com/cgi-local/p2.cgi?ProgramName=Gunsmoke)

Visit the site here! Click here to download the episode!

PHAFC07 - Phil Harris Alice Faye Show (NBC Sustained ep-07) (11-12-50) Phil Sings The Thing (30m) [64kbps]
Summary: NBC net. Sustaining. After a nightmare about his sponsor, Phil decides to talk with his boss, Mr. Scott. Phil once again sings, "The Thing." Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Ray Singer (writer), Dick Chevillat (writer), Elliott Lewis, Walter Tetley, Robert North, Walter Scharf and His Orchestra, Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Phillips (producer, director), Jeanine Roos, Anne Whitfield, Gale Gordon, Lois Corbett, Richard Lane. (Excerpt from: http://www.radiogoldindex.com/cgi-local/p2.cgi?ProgramName=The+Phil+Harris-Alice+Faye+Show)

Visit the site here! Click here to download the episode!

To the best of my knowledge, all material in this presentation are available under a special licence or through the Public Domain. Copyright infringement on any of this material is not intended. This presentation will be removed upon verification of copyright.

OTR, Old Time Radio, #newOTRTuesday, Behind the Mike, Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Phil Harris Alice Faye Show, Gunsmoke, The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network

Thanks for listening and stay tuned for more #NewOTRTuesday!

- Georges
geonsey@gmail.com
georges.12927@gmail.com

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Three New Shows have been added for #NewOTRTuesday!

New episodes have been added to the rotation! Also available as Audio On Demand presentation courtesy of the Internet Archive!

The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network presents

CFBI000 - I Was A Communits For The FBI (ep-AUD) (1952) Little Red Schoolhouse (30m) [64kbps]
Plans are made to subvert a small American college.
[Show Details Here] [Download Here]

Check out the history of this show here:
The Definitive Guide To, "I Was A Communist For The FBI"
http://www.digitaldeliftp.com/DigitalDeliToo/dd2jb-I-Was-A-Communist-for-the-FBI.html

Summaries of this show available here:
http://radiogoldindex.com/cgi-local/p2.cgi?ProgramName=I+Was+A+Communist+For+The+FBI

Also:
TLOR234 - The Life of Riley (ep-234) Sneak Preview of TLOR Movie (02-25-49) (30m) [64kbps]
[Show Details Here] [Download Here]

Also:
MFHS051 - My Favorite Husband (ep-051) (07-01-49) Reminiscing (30m) [64kbps]
Hans Conried, Frank Nelson. Liz is working on her scrapbook, and she and George reminisce about when Liz learned to drive and got her license, when Liz signed an affidavit swearing never to interrupt George's stories again, and when the butcher thought that Liz had a crush on him. (Summary from: http://otrsite.com/logs/logm1042.htm)
[Show Details Here] [Download Here]

Check out the history of this show here:
The Definitive Guide To, "My Favorite Husband"
http://www.digitaldeliftp.com/DigitalDeliToo/dd2jb-My-Favorite-Husband.html

To the best of my knowledge, all material in this presentation are available under a special licence or through the Public Domain. Copyright infringement on any of this material is not intended. This presentation will be removed upon verification of copyright.

OTR, Old Time Radio, #newOTRTuesday, I Was A Communits For The FBI, The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network

Thanks for listening and stay tuned for more #NewOTRTuesday!

- Georges
geonsey@gmail.com
georges.12927@gmail.com

Saturday, April 29, 2017

New Marketplace is up and running!

Hello, Listeners!

The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network now has a new Marketplace powered by Amazon and Audible!

Click on the button in the sidebar and you can visit the marketplace here!

The store is launching with a meager selection of products for now, but new products will be added often and your suggestions are welcomed!

The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network relies on funding from affiliations and support from listeners, so shopping for your favorite vintage entertainment right from my marketplace helps to keep the station running. Every dime earned from your support helps on the acquisition and mastering of media offered here.

Happy shopping, and thank you for your patronage!

Yours Truly,
- Georges.12927@gmail.com
- geonsey@gmail.com

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Latest Tweet! (4/25/17)

A pair of great #OldTimeRadio westerns are part of #NewOTRTuesday!

The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network presents

SIXS003 - The Six Shooter (ep-03) The Stampede (10-04-53) (30m) [64kbps]
Starring James Stewart. Featuring Lou Merrill, James McCallion. Britt and the McAdams Brothers are driving a cattle herd to Abilene.  Ryfe, the older brother, finds a loveletter from his wife addresed to the younger brother Norman, and seeks revenge by starting a stampede in Norman's direction. (Summary from http://otrsite.com/logs/logs1002.htm)

Links: Episode Info and Download

Also today:

GNSM119 - Gunsmoke (ep-119) Matt for Murder (7-26-54) (30m) [64kbps]
Matt is accused of murdering Lou Price - Wild Bill Hickock comes to arrest Matt. (Summary from http://www.otrsite.com/logs/logg1004.htm)

To the best of my knowledge, all material in this presentation are available under a special licence or through the Public Domain. Copyright infringement on any of this material is not intended. This presentation will be removed upon verification of copyright.

Links: Episode Info and Download

Both shows have been added to the on-air playlist also. Listen for them throughout the day!
Thank you for listening and supporting The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network!

As always, you can reach me via email here:
- geonsey@gmail.com
- Georges.12927@gmail.com

Tuesday, April 11, 2017