|Refreshment Club - A daily thirty minute transcribed segment of songs, jokes and some poetry that built on the success of Don McNeill's Breakfast Club.||50||1|
|News Recordings 1947 - The biggest news of the year: Chuck Yeager fly faster than the speed of sound, Princess Elizabeth spoke to the world on her 21st Birthday, the US Army Air Force found a flying disk in Roswell, the UN votes to partition Palestine into Jewish and Arab sectors, and early Cold War propaganda hit the airwaves.||46||1|
|Something for the Girls - In an attempt to recruit women, the Navy introduced WAVES "Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service" with this star-studded radio show.||22||1|
|Random Rarities 15 - A collection of rare, hard to find shows from all genres including Heart Throbs, Heritage Radio Theater, The Man Behind The Masterpiece, Nightcap Yarns, Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands, Mr. Pickwick's Christmas.||59||1|
|Hollywood Star Time - Sponsored by Frigidaire and General Motors, Herbert Marshall hosts and Alfred Newman is the conductor. The musical reigns; Hollywood Star Time is worth listening to for the score alone. The show had a big budget, great musical score, and great stars.||48||1|
|Command Performance - (update) WWII comedy, music and drama its star-studded finest!||297||7|
|Nick Carter Master Detective - (update) Look Smart, Patsy! Nick Carter gave old time radio detectives fans another deductive hero to tail. The half-hour unfolds as a straight, dramatic narrative, with clues littering the scenes, so that a plausible solution was possible for the alert listener.||130||3|
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