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Episode NameDescriptionSize
Bob Hope Show With Al JolsonThis episode of The Bob Hope show was on the radio April 8, 1947 and the special guest was Al Jolson.5.17 MB
Bob Hope From Carswell Air Force BaseRadio broadcast of Bob Hope visiting the soldiers at Carswell Air Force Base some time in the early 1950's.6.71 MB
Christmas Show With Bing CrosbyBob Hope Christmas show with special guest Bing Crosby. The story of Bingsy and Bobsy.3.81 MB
Taking Peter to ToylandThe Bob Hope Show that was on the air December 12 1939.6.08 MB
Great Lakes Naval Training CenterBob Hope program that was broadcast on May 5 1942.6.69 MB
From Stockton Air FieldBob Hope Show from Stockton Air Field on May 25 1943.6.91 MB
Bob Hope With Guest Jerry ColonaBob Hope and his guest Jerry Colona. Original broadcast date February 22 1944.6.58 MB
Bob Hope From Camp Wheeler, GeorgiaBob Hope broadcasting from Camp Wheeler Georgia. Broadcast on October 18 1944.6.65 MB


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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.
OTR fans used to be those people who grew up in the 1930's, 40's and 50's but thanks to the internet a whole new generation is falling in love with OTR! Yes, young and old alike love to listen to the radio shows of yesteryear. You are never too young to appreciate the talented actors and actresses from the golden age of radio. Old time radio cd's and old time radio dvd's as well as downloads have brought those classic programs into the high tech era.
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