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Letter From America was a radio series broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and its predecessor, the Home Service and to the world through the BBC World Service. Throughout its history, it was presented by Alistair Cooke, who would speak of a topical issue in the USA, tying together different strands of observation and anecdote and often ending on a humorous or poignant note. The series ran from 24 March 1946 to 20 February 2004, making it the longest-running speech radio series. Hear many of these 15 minute essays on Old Time Radio Then's..."audioRAC" ....MORE:  wiki/Letter_from_America



Howard Miller was a Chicago radio personality from the 1940s through the 1970s and was extraordinarily popular as a pre-rock 'n' roll disc jockey and later as a controversial conservative radio commentator and TV talk-show host. Miller's music selections were popular but it was his fun and easy patter between records which kept listeners engaged. The "drive-time radio" DJ had a popular national daily show just after Arthur Godfrey went off the air. Hear this 15 minute series on Old Time Radio Then's "audioRAC".

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Martin Block (February 3, 1903 – September 18, 1967) was an American disc jockey. Walter Winchell is said to have invented the term "disk jockey" as a means of describing Block's radio work. Hear some of his celebrity interviews on Old Time Radio Then's..."audioRAC".


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The Rest of the Story was a Monday-through-Friday radio program originally hosted by Paul Harvey. Beginning as a part of his newscasts during the Second World War and then premiering as its own series on the ABC Radio Networks on May 10, 1976, The Rest of the Story consisted of stories presented as little-known or forgotten facts on a variety of subjects with some key element of the story (usually the name of some well-known person) held back until the end. The broadcasts always concluded with a variation on the tag line "And now you know the rest of the story." On our "audioRAC" series daily.

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