In his absence, carrying on for Graham MacNamee is Ben Brauer. A man with a dificult name shows off his skills at the zylophone
Whether a newcomer, or a seasoned voice actor, sometimes theneed for a dramatic coach is needed. Elsie now demonstrates her abilities at language dialects. See if you can’t also master an Irish accent as she coaches a voice actress.
Oddities in Radio features mistakes made by announcers on the air. Listen to the bloopers as they are recreated.
The Mills Brothers had a radio program from 1931-37, and a few moments of it are created again today. The 4 brothers blend voices, accompanied only by a guitar. Enjoy: Swannie River, Funiculi Fenecula
Letters from Listeners. Fred Samath, of Radio Mirror Magazine answers the questions: How are actors voicews faded out at the end of a cene? How are stations on a network able to recieve programs at the same time? Why doesn’t Jack Benny stay in New York to do his broadcast like he used to do?
Cherio is a radio personality who is asked to return to the air to share an uplifting story about a soldier in the first World War. In flashback we hear the story of a soldier telling his nurse about his rescue, and closure for the nurse who tended to him. The incident inspired a poem, which is shared.
PS: The Mills Brothers actually were acompanied by only a guitar. The sounds of other instruments you hear are done entirely by their own vocalizations.