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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 April 18 @ 6pm: Rendevous With Filth! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave here at WGGT 92.9. We got 2 more scripts. We'll start with one form the crime drama classic series Dragnet. Originally aired 1954, "The Big Filth" is a cautionary tale of the dangers of the maternal instinct to raise too may children alone. Wanna find out why? Stick around. After that lengthy but worthy tale, we continue with more melodrama form the Chase and Sanborn Hour. 1st broadcast 1939, "Rendevous With Tomorrow" concerns a lovelorn lady stricken ill over the loss of her man wondering whether he will return. Will he? Stay tuned! And there to keep you salivating for more are voice masters Martha Michael, Sharon Sigal, Bill Simpson, Jim Harris and your host, Andy Pettit. 

 
SKYWAVE April 11 @ 6pm: What Color Iz Your Lipstick?! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave; here at WGGT 92.9 Gtownradio intended to serve your radio play entertainment needs. Tonite we have 2 more terrific tales. The first is from the always taut Suspense series. Originally aired 1948, "Summer Night" concerns the strange circumstances of a young woman Anna victimized by a treacherous love triangle.Amidst the terror of a serial murderer known as the Lipstick Killer, Anna pleads with friend Helen(the woman responsible for Anna's broken engagement) to stay with her, Helen acquiesces only to somehow join the ranks of luckless lipstick ladies marked in orange. But why orange? Find out the exciting twist to this fantastic plot! We continue with an episode from the Chase and Sanborn hour. 1st broadcast 1939, the rom com "The Man Who Thought Of Everything" examines how a perfectionist would pull off a fool-proof elopement including the exit strategy, getaway means, final escape plans AND which includes alternative precautions should one of the affianced lovers become afflicted with cold feet. But here with hot and heavy throats are voice masters Susan Lonker, Sharon Sigal, along with your host, Andy.    

 
April 4 @ 6pm: LISTEN TO ME, SEE?! Print E-mail

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Good eve. welcome to Skywave here at 92.9 FM/Gtownradio.com. We have 2 wonderful pieces off entertainment. The 1st is from the Suspense series. Titled "The Man Who Thought He Was Edward G Robinson", what more is there to add? Don't we all indulge in innocent delusions? But what if it came true? If you wanna find out what happens, don't change the dial. SEE?! We follow with an episode from the comedy series Vic And Sade. Originally aired in the 40s, "Sade Thinks Baseball Is Just a Game" puts the illogical male component of the family in the position of having to defend how baseball is a science. Can their pretzel logic convince the pragmatic Sade? Here to make a persuasive argument for their acting skills are Susan Triggiani, Marty Foley, Maury Harris along with your host Andy Pettit.

 
3/28 @ 6pm: TAX TIME! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. Tonite we have 2 scripts. The 1st comes from the suspense series "Quiet Please". Originally aired 1947, "Kill Me again" examines what might happen if a man sells his soul; but he's not any man. This one is innocent of any crime or sin. So why sell his soul? We continue with an episode from the comedy series The Bickersons. And what better way to introduce spring than listening to a title that reminds us it's so- "The Tax Refund". Our guests tonite are new guy Jack Roe, regular Sherry Brown and your host, Andy Pettit. 

 
SKYWAVE May 16 @ 6pm: ANIMAL RIGHTS?! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. Tonite we have 2 more radio plays. the 1st is a fantasy tale from the Columbia Workshop series. Originally aired 1939, "The Use Of Man" asks the question. What use is he; especially to the animals who appear in Lord Gorse's dream to deliver their opinions of his utility. We follow with a taut tale of suspense from the Front Page Drama series. 1st broadcast 1934, "The Devil's Daughter" concerns a determined woman's will to stay overnight in the temple of Sekhmet; the Egyptian goddess of destruction who has wrought insanity on any who dare her. But what is this woman trying to prove? Will she succeed? And with us tonite are 2 actors with nothing to prove, but plenty to share with their treasure of multiple personae- Shelli Pentimall Booker, Steve Medvidick, and myself, your host Andy Pettit.    

 
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