Wednesday • October 27
CST 1:38 | EST 2:38 | MST 12:38 | PST 11:38 | GMT 18:38
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This week on Radio’s Golden Age, we’re going to have some comedy, some music, and some hard-boiled detective action. We’ll tune in to THE EDDIE CANTOR SHOW from 1945 with his guests The Andrews Sisters. We’ll hear THE ADVENTURES OF SAM SPADE with Howard Duff in the title role, and we’ll hear Frank Sinatra and Bea Wayne counting down the top tunes of the week on YOUR HIT PARADE.
Episode Segments:
Radio's Golden Age: I was a Communist for the FBI

I WAS A COMMUNIST FOR THE FBI (4-30-52) “I Can’t Sleep” starring Dana Andrews as undercover agent Matt Cvetic, who must meet with a high official of the Party. Syndicated.

PHIL HARRIS-ALICE FAYE SHOW (10-24-48) When Alice wants to economize on food, Frankie Remley (Elliott Lewis) suggests buying beef in quantity. Rexall, NBC.
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Radio's Golden Age: Broadway is My Beat

BROADWAY IS MY BEAT (7-24-50) Larry Thor stars as Detective Danny Clover, who receives a call from a man whose young girlfriend has disappeared. Sustaining, CBS.
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