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The Glowing Dial LIVE
with Big John and Company
(scroll down for the latest tri-weekly Glowing Dial podcast)

UPDATE: We are very sorry but The Glowing Dial LIVE will not be heard from now on.
The streaming method we used is not able to be afforded financially at this time.
If finances allow, we hope to do more episodes of The Glowing Dial LIVE in the future.
The first 4 episodes we did do will be available in The Glowing Dial Archives.
(scroll down for info on The Glowing Dial Archives)


The Glowing Dial
with Big John and Steve

Latest Episode # POD52
March 12 thru April 1, 2017

Big John and Steve celebrate Big John's Birthday and April Fool's Day!

LISTEN NOW!

For more listening options, see below "How To Listen"

(l to r) Mary Livingstone, Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Portland Hoffa Jack Benny and Fred Allen J. Carrol Naish Alan Reed Fanny Brice as Baby Snooks
(l to r) Mary Livingstone, Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Portland Hoffa Jack Benny and Fred Allen J. Carrol Naish Alan Reed Fanny Brice as Baby Snooks

The Jack Benny Program - "from the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel - Fight Of The Century" 
originally aired on Sunday, March 7, 1937 on NBC 
Starring: Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Phil Harris, Kenny Baker, Abe Lyman, Stuart Canin. 
Don Wilson announcing. 
Sponsor: Jell-O

The Jack Benny Program - "from the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Pierre - Battle Of The Century -- Or Fizzle" 
originally aired on Sunday, March 14, 1937 on NBC 
Starring: Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Phil Harris, Kenny Baker, Fred Allen. 
Don Wilson announcing. 
Sponsor: Jell-O

Life With Luigi - "April Fool's Joke" 
originally aired on Tuesday, March 27, 1951 on CBS 
Starring: J. Carrol Naish, Alan Reed, Jody Gilbert, Mary Shipp, Hans Conreid, Joe Forte, Ken Peters. 
Bob Stevenson announcing. 
Sponsor: Wrigley's Spearmint Gum

The Baby Snooks Show - "Report Card Blues" 
originally aired on Tuesday, May 1, 1951 on NBC 
Starring: Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Arlene Harris, Frank Nelson, Elvia Allman, Ken Christy, Vivi Janiss. 
Don Wilson announcing. 
Sponsor: Tums

running time: 2 hours, 59 minutes, 26 seconds

Clicking on a series title will take you a log/episode guide for that series.

We always try to give as complete info as we have at hand.
If you have any additions or corrections, please e-mail us.

For more Celebrity Birthdays go to Ron Sayles' Blog.

Audio restoration on some shows in this episode was done by Jerry Haendiges.
Click here for information on his Audio Restoration Services.


The Glowing Dial Archives and New Shows

How To Listen

The Glowing Dial is now a podcast! 

We now have all previous shows available with the exception of 2 shows  from the
 YUSA era which are presumed missing or lost.
New and archived episodes may be heard by subscribing to our iTunes podcast or by 
plugging the appropriate url into most any podcatcher program (see below).

All our episodes are now available on:

YouTube logo 
and 
Google Play Music logo 
and
The Internet Archive 

Click on any logo for access to our shows!
Note: If, for some reason, the Google Play Music link goes the main GPM page,
simply hit your browser's back arrow and you should be taken to our page.
Sorry for any inconvenience, don't know why this happens.

For reference, a list of all our previous episodes can be found here.

New episodes are posted every three weeks!
Check here as well as our Blog, Discussion List and Facebook Page for updates.

CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE VIA iTunes 
Note: you'll need to download iTunes for your PC or MAC

Or simply plug the following address into your favorite podcatcher program: 
http://www.glowingdial.com/PoderatorMedia/Poderator.xml 

My e-mail is glowingdial@wowway.com 

You can also catch our new episodes in streaming audio plus much more OTR at:
Jerry Haendiges'
Jerry Haendiges' Olde Tyme Radio Network
 


Show Addendums

Some of our shows had special addendums which were only available here at our website. 
They were separate files and not edited into the show proper. 
Rather than post them with the archived show podcasts, we're going to post them here. 

from NET21, our 2004 Halloween Show

Houdini's Final Sťance 1936

from NET37, our 2005 Halloween Show

Basil Rathbone reads Edgar Allen Poe's "The Cask Of Amontillado" 
Basil Rathbone reads Edgar Allen Poe's "The Black Cat" 
Basil Rathbone reads Edgar Allen Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart" 
Basil Rathbone reads Edgar Allen Poe's "The Pit And The Pendulum" 

from NET59, our Dragnet Tribute

Dragnet (parody) by Spike Jones and his City Slickers 
St. George and the Dragonet by Stan Freberg, June Foray, Daws Butler 
The Copper Clapper Caper by Johnny Carson, Jack Webb 

from NET61, our Quiet Please Tribute

the classical piece used as the theme from Quiet Please

Symphony In D Minor, 2nd Movement (Allegretto)
composed by Cesar Franck
performed by Sofia Symphony Orchestra

conducted by Vassil Kazandjiev

 


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