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Those Were the Days

Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m.


Program Host(s): Ken Alexander, Steve Darnall

WDCB is very pleased to present "Those Were the Days," a program that has played a prominent role in Chicago's radio history for more than 35 years. Drawing from a vast library of material each Saturday, Steve Darnall presents old-time radio classics & music.

You'll find the complete schedule for every Those Were the Days program—along with great articles about the Golden Age of Entertainment—in ever issue of Nostalgia Digest magazine!
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This program is available for sponsorship! (Contact Ron Horan for more details.)

Upcoming Programs

Feb 23rd: World News Today, Jack Benny Program, Eddie Cantor Show

Mar 2nd: The Stars of the Silent Screen Speak - on Radio!

Suspense, Old Gold Comedy Theatre, Adventures of Nero Wolfe, Rudy Vallee Show, Our Special Guest Bob Kolososki

Mar 9th: Bob and Ray, Fibber McGee and Molly, Quiet Please, Kraft Music Hall, Mystery Chef, Sealtest Village Store, New World A-Comin'

Mar 16th: Adventures of Superman, Great Gildersleeve, The Whistler, Uncle Sam Presents, Sherlock Holmes, Red Skelton Show

Mar 23rd: Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show, Night in a Fox Hole, X Minus One, Speaking of Radio, Suspense, Your Hit Parade

Mar 30th: The Doctors Are In!

Doctors at War, Story of Dr. Kildare, Crime Doctor, Joyce Jordan, MD, Dr. Sixgun, Strange Dr. Weird, Dr. Christian


Previous Programs

Feb 16th: Jack Benny Program, Treasury Star Parade #255, Lux Radio Theatre

Feb 9th: Jack Benny Program, Suspense, Fred Allen Show

Feb 2nd: Jack Benny Program, Speaking of Radio, Love Thy Neighbor Premiere

Jan 26th: Radio in the Winter of 1944

America Salutes the President's Birthday, Ten Who Escaped From Tojo. Skelly News, Hop Harrigan, Fibber McGee and Molly, Man Behind the Gun