...on our "audioRAC" show. Along with these popular series:
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".