Peter Van Seetin plays as the Merrymacks sing, It’s a Hundred to One I’m in Love.
Fred gives harry Vonzel a hard time over his other job, before turning to the Ipana News Reel. Topics include Brooklyn traffic lights, and how they affect pedestrians, parades,and the legal system.
Win Murray sings, I Didn’t know What Time It Was.
The band playys a tune, Exactly Like You. Portland joins Fred to help introduce the guest. A man who is in charge of sales in the donut industry. Did you know that donuts were mentioned in the Bible? Proper donut techniques are given. Listen and learn more fun facts about donuts.
The Marrymacks sing, Wo Bist Du Esta.
Station break. The question of the week. A panel of audience members are gathered. A Real Estate Broker from New York, a housewife from North Hollywood California. A Joke writer. The question of the week: Husbands and wives have argued the matter for years. Are women as skilled a driver as men are?
Win Murray sings, Blow Gabriel Blow.
Peter VanSeetin plays, Go Fly a Kite. The Mighty Allen Art Players perform, The Sound Mans Revenge. Fred is Dawson Bells, radio star extraordinaire. The evenings drama is Jack and Jill, written for radio by Dawson Bells from the nursery rhyme of the same name. The tormented Jack wrestles with himself whether to fetch the pale of water, or kill his father. Jack goes to fetch the water, and meets Jill. Love birds sing in the trees. At last, Jack can’t resist the voices in his head so he has killed his father, he and Jill are at the top of the hill. Now the two are fugitives running from the long arm of the law. With the demands put on the sound affects man, he gets mixed up and takes his own revenge.