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CBS Radio Mystery Theatre was an ambitious and sustained attempt during the 1970s to revive the type of audio drama familiar to listeners of old-time radio. The series was created by Himan Brown, a radio legend due to his work on Inner Sanctum Mysteries, The Adventures of Nero Wolfe and other shows dating back to the 1930s. It originally aired daily from 1974 to 1982

Cheeze Pleeze Scouring the garage sales, the flea markets and the thrift stores for the music that should have been long forgotten, Snarf and Daffy driving around in a beat up van driving across North America and sometimes hang out in a bunker in an undisclosed location. They are self proclaimed experts in looking for and presenting cheezy music every week. Stuff so bad, it's good, from polka, terrible cover songs to celebrities who should have never even thought of singing

Elvis Single Releases host John Graham chronicles EVERY single release that Elvis Presley made from 1956 to 1980 in a 24 episode series. A must listen for any elvis fan.

Five Minute Star Programs During World War II, the war effort promotional machine was in high gear. The 5 star minute programs, incorporating stars from Hollywood, talking to the Canadian Radio Audience, in October 1943. Hosted primarily by a Canadian who would be a future Hollywood star himself, Lorne Greene. The material is sourced from the original 16 inch transcription discs, and is likely not heard anywhere else but TCAN

Joint Women's ReCruiting Army Campaign During World War II, a number of radio programs, in addition to films were produced to promote the war effort. These are some of the more rarely heard ones. Produced in Canada, Joint Women's Recruiting were a series of shows to encourage women to join the effort instead of staying home. This series promoted the value and contribution of Women in supporting the men on the fighting front.

Maple Leaf Beaver Hour Having fun with a little known Canadian radio programming trick, TCAN plays 100% Goverment approved Canadian Music for an hour. If you want to known more about "Beaver Hours" you can look HERE!

Solders Of The Press is an American Syndicated Series from 1943 to 1945 from the World Broadcasting System. A World War II infomerical telling the stories of the brave men of the United Press as they share their experiences with the allied troops. These were dramatizations, and include some well known names, including Walter Cronkite. TCAN currently has access to what is believed to be the only most complete collection of episodes of this series, sourced from the original transcription discs. The quality is amazingly good.

Takin Ya Back with Kurt David & The Songwriter Search Kurt profiles the music and often his own memories of artists of the 60's 70s and 80s. Each show has a theme from those who passed on, to working songs from a particular decade, Kurt always keeps it interesting. The songwriter search looks at 2 songs who you might not have known were written by a famous artist.

The Adventures Of Superman is a long-running radio serial that originally aired from 1940 to 1951 starring the DC Comics character Superman. The serial came to radio as a syndicated show on February 12, 1940 and starred Bud Collyer as Superman. Biud would eventually become a game show host on TV as host of "Beat The Clock" in the early days of television in the 1950s, but he was the first voice of the famous character.

The Pop Sounds Of Yesterday John Graham has been a music nut and fan for many years, with a special love for music of the 50's and 60's. John digs out his old LP's and 45's each week to give a vintage feel to his trip back to the music he loves. Both shows, originally produced for CHFX-FM In Halifax NS Canada in the early and mid 80's, seems to be like the music it celebrates, it stands the test of time.

X Minus One is an American half-hour science fiction radio drama series broadcast from April 24, 1955 to January 9, 1958 in various timeslots on NBC. Known for high production values in adapting stories from the leading American authors of the era, X Minus One has been described as one of the finest offerings of American radio drama and one of the best science fiction series in any medium.