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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.

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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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

Today is #newOTRTuesday! Two new shows now available!

The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network presents

TLOR012 - The Life of Riley (ep-012) Riley's Birthday (04-02-44) (30m) [64kbps]

Riley's special day starts with breakfast in bed and ends with a party. It must be his birthday! Don Bernard (director), Lou Kosloff (music), Hans Conried, Paula Winslowe, William Bendix, Ken Niles (announcer), Irving Brecher (creator, producer), Conrad Binyon, Sharon Douglas. (Summary from the Radio Gold Index)

Source: http://www.radiogoldindex.com/cgi-local/p2.cgi?ProgramName=The+Life+Of+Riley

This is a brand-new episode now available for download and added to the on-air rotation. Get it here. More at the Internet Archive page.

Also added today:

LUXX702 - The Lux Radio Theater (ep-702) The Life of Riley (05-08-50) (60m) [64kbps]

The Lux Radio Theatre. May 8, 1950. CBS net. "The Life Of Riley". Sponsored by: Lux. The comic adventures of Chester A. Riley. Meg Randall, John Brown (doubles), Richard Long, William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), Eleanor Audley, Willard Waterman, Alan Reed, William Johnstone, Robert Ellis, George Neise, Paul Dubov, Lillian Buyeff, Pauline Crell, Edward Marr, Howard McNear, Charles Woolf, Dorothy Lovett (commercial spokesman: as "Libby"), Leslie Banning (intermission guest), William Bendix, Rosemary De Camp, Irving Brecher (screenwriter, creator), Fred MacKaye (director), Sanford Barnett (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). (Summary from the Radio Gold Index)

Source: http://www.radiogoldindex.com/cgi-local/p2.cgi?ProgramName=The+Lux+Radio+Theatre

Although this episode has been part of our on-air rotation for some time, it is now available as a download. Get it here. More at the Internet Archive page.

Thanks for listening and stay tuned for more #NewOTRTuesday!

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


Tuesday, March 28, 2017

New episode uploaded and will become part of the regular rotation soon!

The Vintage Entertainment Radio Network presents

X-Minus-One "CAVE OF NIGHT" (ep-036) (02-01-56) A malfunction strands the first astronaut in orbit. The cast includes Alexander Scourby and Bob Hastings. Writer: James E. Gunn. (Summary from http://www.otrsite.com/logs/logx1001.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.

[Download here] [Internet Archive Page]

In other news, I think I've got enough shows in rotation that I can start regularly scheduled blocks of programming very soon. As well, I will be playing a syndicated podcast that will be new to the station; it will also become a nightly feature on the Vintage Entertainment Radio Network. More on these in a later post as I am still mastering and organizing the material.

Thanks for listening and stay tuned for more #NewOTRTuesday!

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

#newOTRTuesday for March 28, 2017

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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