More from Words At War this time, with their episode from May 30, 1944 titled, The Navy Hunts The CGR 3070.
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Now Hear This was a program that aired over NBC stations, and served as a recruitment tool for the Navy. This episode, the second, is titled Unification Plan. It first aired July 1, 1951.
On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear from a series first broadcast solely by the Armed Forces Radio Network titled Command Performance. This variety series aired from 1942 to 1949. This one features Betty Grable and Jack Benny, and aired May 7, 1942.
We’ll hear one of the final episodes from Your Army Air Forces on Radio At War this time. From November 1, 1945 here’s Radio Compass.
This episode of Radio At War features a program from a 10 episode series directed by Norman Corwin titled, An American In England. This one is titled An Anglo-American Angle, and first aired December 15, 1942.
On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear from Words At War. This series was produced by NBC, and aired from June 1943 to June 1945. The episode we’ll hear is titled Lend Lease: Weapon Of Victory, and aired May 24, 1944.
On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear from a series which aired over NBC radio with the aim of driving interest in the Navy, and helping recruitment titled Now Hear This. Fire At Sea is the first episode of the series, and aired June 24, 1951.
We’ll hear from a short-lived series from 1950 called Top Secret on this episode. Here’s the first show, titled Night Train To Berlin, which first aired June 11, 1950.
We take a break from the usual radio drama on this episode, and hear the story behind the network that delivered those stories to the soldiers in the first place. From 1949, here’s The AFRS Story.