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Episode 75: In A Windblown Sort Of Way

It's a hat-tastic return to your ears as Episode 75 comes to town!

Featuring gorgeous music from Glenn Miller and Dinah Shore...

Plus... more 'Who The Hell Is That Hollywood Legend?'

More questions from the Question Pot!

Reviews of two classic movies... 1939's 'The Story Of Alexander Graham Bell', the 20th Century Fox biopic that makes wiring exciting, and 1948's 'A Foreign Affair', Billy Wilder's acidic swipe at wartime morale.

And as if that wasn't enough, there's a humdinger of a James Cagney competition for you to enter...

Radio entertainment this week comes from the Screen Director's Playhouse.

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Episode 73: Jackpot Crackpot

Welcome back to Attaboy Clarence, now with a decided Calypso flavour...

Play another round of 'Who The Hell Is That Hollywood Legend?'!

Fumble for answers in The Question Pot!

Thrill to FOUR reviews this time, featuring a very British murder in a very public place, a French waiter trying to save a girl from her psychopathic husband, James Stewart and the pitfalls of being lucky, and James Mason as a murderer who goes caravanning...

Music this week is from Sir Lancelot and Fats Pichon, while radio entertainment comes courtesy of the Screen Director's Playhouse, which features a very special guest star...

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Episode 64: Capracorn

This week, we're celebrating one of the Golden Age's greatest directors, and Columbia's saviour, Mr Frank Capra, with a look at three of his finest films...

Also...

HEAR an ad that features a song that doesn't rhyme!

ROCK WITH LAUGHTER at America's "funniest" comedy duo (?)...

DISCOVER why the great financial crisis happened...

...and much more!

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Buckets Of Blood

Episode 9: Buckets Of Blood

Adam shows you the most addictive advertisement you'll ever hear. You'll want it at your wedding. Also, listen to the true story of Francis Aiello, also known as "The Earl Of Warwick", but who was he?
Hear reviews of 'The Doorway To Hell', a hard-hitting gangster drama starring a baby-faced doctor; James Cagney and Joan Blondell at their con-artist best in 'Blonde Crazy'; and the film that ended Louise Brooks' Hollywood career, 'The Canary Murder Case'.

The radio play this week is from a groundbreaking, smash-hit, true-crime British radio show from 1949, a grisly tale that may be unsuitable for younger ears...

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