1:25:21 – Show shifts!!  E-mail from Eddie!!  Storyz!!  Blame Gong – Again!!  Happified Jimbo:  Texas Rangers update, Chips Ahoy Root Beer Float cookies, Vic and Sade being podcast other places, Thanking PQ, Finding a previously unheard snippet of Vic and Sade, Getting old and forgetting things, Topictron: Spaghetti and meatballs, BBC-America’s LIFE, TT: Favorite Bob and Ray skit, TT: Favorite Twilight Zone episodes, Bill Idelson (Rush) wrote Twilight Zone episodes, Spooky Twilight Zone episode as a kid, If you are AWARE – things are connected, TT: Rod Serling, TT: My favorite authors, Gleason and Armstrong (030) Poor Performance Leaves Jimmy Feeling Down!!  Ribber Reactions!!  Police Operation by H Beam Piper!! PQ rides the Topictron!!  The Evolution Control Committee (by permission) User License Agreement!!  Planet of the Baboons!!  Central Plug!!

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54:55 - Intro, “27 (Full Version)” by Frame ~5:25 (Jamendo.com), Pearl Street, “Five feet under” by Arbalord ~5:14 (Jamendo.com), drive up the mountain from Boulder, “PRIMAVERA” by Simone ~3:24 (Jamendo.com)
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2:11:45 – Frank in NJ and NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Heading home, empty office sunlight, time travel on the walk, sandwich of the month, flowers, Park Avenue, secret track, scrap metal, Violent Plaza, ultraviolet, herbs, 420, Inner Plaza, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, no beginning or ending, Times Square, cash, Sgt. Pepper’s Inner Groove, Mary Poppins, Godspell, Cities, retro food, missed the bus, counting the cars going by, Cardinal Cross, Goofy jellybeans, giving directions, jet pilots, 99 Red Balloons by Nena, Apollo 11 launch, “the astronauts report it feels good”, The Orb’s Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld, Carl R Bieber Tourways, Counting Blue Cars by Dishwalla, on the bus, Passaic Avenue, can he hear me, welcome to the show, Animotion, beggar, Coachella on AXS TV, music of today not as good, a central processing system that provides a signal of meaning to a consciousness, phases in the system, astrology, shades of The Rampler, there should only be one show, sirens, contexts of shows, Nightstation Ride One on Oculus VR Share, show art, wisdom, and more… splus the Other Side (at 1:31:32)… Baby Punk by Piedra [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Woodstock 89 – Hell No (8/16/89) [Onsug, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Steve Martin Comedy Special 1974 Part 1 (excerpt) [YouTube], Lite Brite Toy Commercial 1970 [YouTube], Dusk by The Scallions [blocSonic, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Dusk (2012 Commentary) by The Scallions [blocSonic, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Jazzlatrine by Point [Archive.org, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Uncommitted (1961) (excerpt) [FedFlix, public domain], Heartache Gone Shopping by Smersh [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Regressive Arts Ensemble – That Joyous Condition [collection], Weird October Hitchhiker [Onsug, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], O Hohem Invisível by Irreversíveis [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], John Glenn – NYC Hall Friendship 7 Victory Parade [collection].

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29:52 – Welcome to another Saved from Oblivion!

Jimbo takes you into his own, hand-picked treasures of old-time radio. He tells you just a bit about the episode and then lets the show do the talking.  For brevitiy, each show will last 40 minutes or less.

Today’s show features a program called, Nightwatch.  In the middle to late 1950’s, Nightwatch was a Cops-like radio show, where a man with a tape recorder went out with the Culver City, California police on calls.  The results are sometimes bizarre and other times mundane.

The best part of all, is that you get a window into 1950’s life (usually the seedier side) and you’ll get a view of how “the other half” lived.

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1:27:42 – Vic and Sade!!  Topictronicities!!  Baby Secrets and LeMur!!  The Six Gun Gorilla!!  Blazed Trail Stories – The Foreman by Stewart Edward White!!   Jimbo on the Rangers and more Topictronz!!

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26:54 – Welcome to another Saved from Oblivion!

Jimbo takes you into his own, hand-picked treasures of old-time radio. He tells you just a bit about the episode and then lets the show do the talking.  For brevitiy, each show will last 40 minutes or less.

Today’s show features many short programs.  The first show, The Police Reporters, is the episode called, “The Omelet that Cost a Man His Head”.  It’s from 1933.  It’s proof that 90% of radio in the early 1930’s was perhaps a little too dramatic.  However, this is what makes it fun, listening to the theatrics.

The second program, and those after it are from the more intelligent program, but a very short 1959 series called, Basil Rathbone, Word Detective.  Mr. Rathbone, a well-versed Shakespearean actor of note, did these programs for Underwood typewriters.  What we have here are word/phrase etymologies presented to us in his wonderful style.  Fun and informative!

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28:06 – Join Bob LeMent (from Static Radio) rambling on his morning commute into St. Louis, Missouri…

“Okie” – Tolls, Rolls and Trolls on this traveling Morning Commute.

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51:20 – Frank Edward Nora and PQ Ribber talk about material object acquisition and stuff!!

Next:  Commercials

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28:00 – Welcome to another Saved from Oblivion!

Jimbo takes you into his own, hand-picked treasures of old-time radio. He tells you just a bit about the episode and then lets the show do the talking.  For brevitiy, each show will last 40 minutes or less.

Today’s show features two short programs.  The first show features Orson Welles, in a show simply known by the sponsor’s name:  Lear.  He gives us his own news commentary of the day (in post-war July 1946) and my bet is that he will surprise you with his passion and charisma, as he reveals his feelings about an African-American veteran who was unjustly abused by the police.

The second program, called Guess What, is much lighter.  It’s an interactive quiz program.  When you play along and try your own hand at the quiz, you will find it’s not so easy.  This show was directed at the late teen and young adult audience.  Were kids in the early 1950’s that much smarter than us, with our internet?

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1:44:13 – A vast and complex web of Entertainium featuring Jimbo On:  Texas Rangers update, My new “Saved From Oblivion” show, Lydia Crowe’s grandmother talks about Vic and Sade, A missing interview with Bernardine Flynn might be had, Topictron: Did I go to college?, TT: Do I like Chinese food?, TT: Do I like Mexican food?, TT: Charlie Chaplin?, TT: Three Stooges?, TT: Planet of the Apes?, Gleason and Armstrong (028) Altoona, PA – Applying for an Amateur Contest!!  PQ babbles, replies, comments and does some Topictron, himself, as well as Baby Secret Fun, Information Please, Eighteen Months Imprisonment, and more!!

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