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Guiding Light

The series was created by Irna Phillips, who based it on personal experiences. After giving birth to a still-born baby at age 19, she found spiritual comfort listening to the on-air sermons of Preston Bradley, a famous Chicago preacher and founder of the People's Church, a church which promoted the brotherhood of man. It was these sermons that formed the nucleus of the creation of The Guiding Light, which began as a radio show. The original radio show began airing 15 minute episodes on January 25, 1937, on NBC Radio. The show moved to CBS Radio in 1947. Guiding Light eventually moved to Television and has been one of them most successful soap operas of all time.

  • Guiding Light - Episode 791
  • Guiding Light - Episode 792
  • Guiding Light - Episode 793
  • Guiding Light - Episode 794
  • Guiding Light - Episode 795
  • Guiding Light - Episode 796
  • Guiding Light - Episode 797
  • Guiding Light - Episode 798
  • Guiding Light - Episode 799
  • Guiding Light - Episode 800

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    Old time radio often called "otr" refers to radio shows from the early days of radio broadcasting. The term usually applies to dramas, comedies, mystery shows, westerns and variety shows that were acted out by professional actors and sent out over the airwaves. In the golden age of radio families would sit around their radio listening to the exciting shows the way we sit around our television sets watching them today.
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