Thursday, August 6, 2015

Lights Out on the BearManor Radio Network!

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Publisher Ben Ohmart and I should have called this The BearManor NOSTALGIA Network. After all, our original programming is geared toward the subject.

With that in mind, we added a PLETHORA of classic old time radio shows, some starring the likes of Jimmy Stewart, Joel McCrea, Ronald Coleman, Orson Welles, and too many stars to mention. AND as a very special treat for our listeners, we are devoting Sunday to a 16 hour transcription of the entire Washington, D.C. WJSV Radio broadcast day: September 21, 1939, during which you'll hear, soaps, news, sports, President Roosevelt, Anges Moorehead, Joe E. Brown, and Louis Prima.

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BearManor Radio Program Director Joe Bevilacqua has a special message for our listeners: "Wow! I can't believe we have been on the air for over a year now! We had only four listeners that first month, but we must be doing something right, because our current audience is in the tens of thousands!"

Lights Out is an American old-time radio program devoted mostly to horror and the supernatural.
Wyllis Cooper, creator of Lights Out!

Created by Wyllis Cooper and then taken over by Arch Oboler, versions of Lights Out aired on different networks, at various times, from January 1934 to the summer of 1947 and the series eventually made the transition to television.Lights Out was one of the earliest radio horror programs, predating Suspense and Inner Sanctum. WIKI

Today5:00 PM - Dimension X / X Minus One/ Lights Out
6:00 PM - Big Band Remotes - Charlie Spivak / Glenn Miller
7:00 PM - The Voice Actor Show - Joe Alaskey / The Mel Blanc Show
8:00 PM - Lorie's Book Nook - Jill Nelson / The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
9:00 PM - The J-OTR Show - The Shadow Meets The Silhouette
10:00 PM - The Lost OTR Show - A Date with Judy / The Cisco Kid
11:00 PM - Fred Frees Favorites - 3712 and Sons of the Father 1 & 2

Friday, August 7
Midnight  - What's Cookin'? - Goat Cheese Panini
1:00 AM  - Audio Classics Archive - Tales Of The Texas Rangers w/Joel McCrea / Murder By Experts
2:00 AM  - The Jazz-O-Rama Hour - Jumpin' Rockin' Jazz
3:00 AM  - Cartoon Carnival - Goes to the Circus
4:00 AM - The Lost OTR Show - Bulldog Drummond / The Cisco Kid
5:00 AM - The MANC Celebrity Interviews - Davey Jones & Karen Valentine
6:00 AM - The Jack Benny Show / Duffy's Tavern
7:00 AM - Our Miss Brooks / My Friend Irma
8:00 AM - Wild Bill Hickock / Hank Williams
9:00 AM - Tarzan / Jungle Jim
10:00 AM - Boston Blackie / Richard Diamond P.I.
11:00 AM - Dimension X / X Minus One / Lights Out
Noon - The Voice Actor Show - Joe Alaskey / The Mel Blanc Show
1:00 PM - Lorie's Book Nook - Jill Nelson / The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
2:00 PM - The J-OTR Show - The Shadow Meets The Silhouette
3:00 PM - Bob & Ray
7:00 PM - The CBS Mystery Mystery Theater
8:00 PM  - The Joe Bev Audio Theater
9:00 PM - Jean Shepherd
10:00 PM - The Sears Radio Theater 

 All the Waterlogg Titles can be found here...
New & Old Time Radio Collection
Length: 8 hours
8 CD Set or Download

A tribute to the golden age of radio from veteran producer Joe Bevilacqua, The New Stories of Old Time Radio is a collection of radio dramas and parodies featuring beloved radio characters and shows.

The New Stories of Old Time Radio: Volume One, Set One
Produced, directed, and voiced by Joe Bevilacqua, with Lorie Kellogg, this is the first anthology of new fiction based on the beloved old-time radio characters and shows.
The New Stories of Old Time Radio: “Fibber McGee” and “Duffy’s Tavern” 
A follow-up to the first volume, this radio theater production features two new old-time radio stories, complete with sound effects and music. 
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Old Time Radio Parodies: The Best of Comedy-O-Rama Hour, Season Two 
Producer Joe Bevilacqua parodies some of the most beloved old-time radio shows, including The Shadow, The Lone Ranger, The Green Hornet, and War of the Worlds.

© 2014 by Joe Bevilacqua, Waterlogg Productions
The Whithering of Willoughby and the Professor: Their Ways in the Worlds

Length: 8.1 hours
8 CD Set or Download

This is an epic science fiction/fantasy comedy about a boy and his professor who travel willy-nilly across time and space in a failed attempt to “cure the world of all its ills.”
Stories include:Episode One: “I'll Teach You!” or “Box of Nothing”

Episode Two: “Holy Smoke” or “The Red-Suited Man”
Episode Three: “More Edible Than Durable” or “You Smashed My Monkey!”
Episode Four: “Oh Boy, She Looks Great!” or “Which Witchway is Which?”
Episode Five: “Your Separate World Lines” or I'm Big and You’re Small”
Episode Six: “Now It's Time To Sing!” or “Unwanted Noises in the Air”
Episode Seven: “I Like This Box!” or “Oh Victim Man!”
Episode Eight: “Oh Dalai” or “Life is Dukka” 
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Episode Nine: “The Traveling Extravaganza” or “His Name is Bub”
Episode Ten: “More Dogs For Me?” or “Knock-a-knock-knuckles”
Episode Eleven: “You’re a Messiah” or “Buboes in the Lymph Nodes”

Episode Thirteen: “Is Eloquence a Bauble” or “Where’s My Cyaneus
Episode Fourteen: “I Do Not Like the Blackness of Her Nose” or “The Penguins Laugh at You!”
Episode Fifteen: “The Genius of These Woods” or “I’m Also Wearing Explosives”
Episode Sixteen: “Say Jacques!” or “She’s Got Kneepads!"

© 2014 by Joe Bevilacqua, Waterlogg Productions
A Joe Bev
Cartoon Collection

Selected, produced, 
and directed by Joe Bevilacqua 

Featuring works by Joe Bevilacqua, Pedro Pablo Sacristán, and many others 

Performed by Joe Bevilacqua, Lorie Kellogg, William Melillo, and others 

Genre: Fiction/Humor
ISBN-13: 978-1-4830-1554-5

Length: 7.7 hours
8 CD Set or Download

In A Joe Bev Cartoon Collection,
award-winning radio producer
and voice actor Joe Bevilacqua, a.k.a. Joe Bev, presents …

An hour of film noir parodies, including
  1. The Mysterious Thief of Thieves
  2. The Safe
  3. The Japanese Sandman
  4. The Mystery of the Missing Coin
  5. The Camp Kilmer Case

An hour of sea adventure parodies, including
  1. An Octopus in Trouble
  2. Britty the Starfish
  3. The Good Pirate
  4. Pete the Pelican
  5. Lola the Whale
  6. Birth of the Turtles
  7. Sherlock Snail Finds a Home
  8. The Cockerel, the Duck, and the Mermaids
  9. Stickybeard’s Treasure
  10. A Warm Whale
  11. Maddie’s Treasure

An hour of big-top parodies, including
  1. The Careless Clown
  2. The Happy Sweeper
  3. Perils of the Tiger Barn
  4. Sticky Wicket
  5. The Mysterious Juggling Clown
  6. The Traveling Extravaganza, or, His Name is Bub

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Two hours of horse opera parodies, including
  1. The Deductive Mr. Horsefly
  2. The Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman
  3. Johnny the Lizard
  4. The Lonely Ranger
  5. Deadeye Dunbar
  6. Rapunzel and the Bandit
  7. The Old Ranger
  8. The Full Warren

An hour of sci-fi parodies, including
  1. The Crashed Martian
  2. The Red Moon
  3. The Best Robot
  4. The Hypersensor
  5. Squidge Attack
  6. Huck Goes to the Moon
  7. Drums in Space
  8. Timmy in the Future
  9. Robot with a Virus
  10. The Old Man on the Moon

An hour of jungle adventure parodies, including
  1. A Lion without a Roar
  2. Johnny the Giraffe
  3. The Colorless Tiger
  4. Ice in the Jungle
  5. The Tickling Scales
  6. The Mocking Tiger
  7. Jemima the Nosy Giraffe
  8. Never Make Fun of a Rhino
  9. The Photographic Elephant
  10. Peter Bergman and the End of the World
  11. The Boo Boo Monkeys
© 2014 by Joe Bevilacqua,
Waterlogg Productions

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