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Tag Archives: Sirius XM “Radio Classics”

YOUR HIT PARADE—SORTA EVERYMAN’S MTV? PART 1

IT’S DIFFICULT FOR ME to imagine 1943, what with having been less than a year old for most of that year. However, through the wonders of Sirius XM “Radio Classics,” … Continue reading

April 26, 2022 · 1 Comment

SUBMARINING—IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR PART 2

IT’S LIKELY THAT the Turtle was the world’s first submarine to attack an enemy ship. Or was this just American Revolutionary War propaganda? In either case, here in Part 2 … Continue reading

August 12, 2019 · Leave a comment

PHYL COE—A RADIO NANCY DREW, A FRIEND OF SUPERMAN PART 1

OLD-TIME RADIO mysteries can lead to other revelations. Recently Sirius XM “Radio Classics” offered “Murder in the Sky,” a Phyl Coe Radio Mysteries program originally broadcast on September 28, 1937. … Continue reading

March 24, 2019 · Leave a comment

ENJOYING CRIME CLASSICS, OBSESSIVELY PART 1

THIS ALL STARTED with a Crime Classics program on Sirius XM’s “Radio Classics.” I am prompted to share “The Incredible History of John Sheppard” here at SimanaitisSays in Part 1 … Continue reading

February 9, 2019 · Leave a comment