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Skywave

Skywave rides the wind of your imagination; creating clouds of sound from the air that surrounds your mind. Throughout the journey to discover where the magic of sound exists in space, we'll explore how music and radio plays carve indelible pictures in our heads.   Learn more about the host here.



SKYWAVE August 14 6pm: CRYIN' JAGS! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. We have 3 scripts. We begin with an episode from the 1930s melodramedy Cecil and Sally series. Titled "Sally Has  a Good Cry", it seems that poor ol' Sally has gotten deep into Existentialist  angst over feeling all alone. Is she? Stay tuned.  We continue with an entry from the Phil Harris-Alice Faye comedy show. 1st broadcast 1953, "Gang Leader's Phone Number" has Phil and Alice believing an old lady is a mob leader. But who gets arrested? Stay tuned and listen from Fleischmann's Yeast Hour. Originally aired 1935, "The Church Mouse" considers the spunk of a meek young lady who demands that a big shot bank prez give her a chance at playing secretary. Will he give in? Well, here to jiggle the jello out of your stuffing are regular voices Martha Michael, Bill Simpson, and your wiggler Andy Pettit. 

 
SKYWAVE 7/7 @ 6pm: SEND IN THE HOUNDS?! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave; your program for live radio play entertainment. Tonite we have two dramas. The 1st is an original. Written by Caitlin Cieri, we present "Fox Games". Leonie can't go anywhere anymore. ..not since the foxes came in. Based on  the Sandy Skoglund art installation. We continue with an episode from Suspense. 1st broadcast 1946, "Drive In" takes innocent waitress Millie through the rain-soaked California hiway. Her chauffeur is a doctor. Or is he?And here to drive you wild are regular voice guests Nyi Lunsford, Gary Mitchell, returning guest playwright Caitlin Cieri along with your back seat driver Andy Pettit.

 
SKYWAVE 7/24 @ 6pm: TEXAS TALK Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. We begin with a melodrama from the Royal Gelatin Hour. Originally aired 1937, "Curtain" is the final performance from a stage starlet. But if it's not on the boards, where? Stay tuned...We continue with a dramady from playwright Jack Heifner. Published 1977, "Patio" considers the amusing lives of sisters Jewel and Pearl as they ponder the past and present; told with witty humor and yet a sense of desperation on a hot, dry Texas patio. And here to cool your ears are voice regulars Sherry Brown and Ginny Kaufmann along with your host Andy Pettit.

 
SKYWAVE 7/17 @ 6pm: SUMMER SPORT? Print E-mail

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Welcome to Skywave. We begin with an episode from the Quiet Please series.Originally aired 1949, "Summer Goodbye" explores tension of murderous thieves trying to elude the cops. Will they get away or will the pressure cook them like an egg on the highway in a heatwave? Stay tuned for more burn from Vic and Sade. First aired 1938, "Sade thinks Baseball Is Just  a Game" has Sade behind the plate as she listens to son Rush and Vic argue how the game has more than significance than pastime status. And here to keep the classics alive are voice masters Shelli Pentimall-Booker and Luke David along with host Andy Pettit. Let's listen! 

 
SKYWAVE 7/10 @ 6pm: MURDER GALORE! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave, a program designed for your live radio play fun. Tonite we begin with a script from the detective series Adventures of Philip Marlowe. 1st broadcast 1947, "Trouble ids My Business" is a pinball guessing game of who murdered who. Who's the wizard? There has to be a twist. Stay tuned. We follow with an episode from the 5 Minute Mystery series. Originally aired 1940, "My cousin Patsy" has 2  spelunker going in and only one coming out. What up? Well, here to set the torch are regular riots Bill Simpson, El Perry and your host Andy Pettit. 

 
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