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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 9/18 @ 6pm: PLAN X / IRMA Print E-mail

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Good eve. Skywave has 2 more live radio play for you. We begin with an episode from the gripping Suspense series. 1st broadcast 1953, "Plan X" has martian Xeno acting as diplomat to Earthlings who just landed on Mars for a look see in the year 2053. What are the Martians' intentions for this friendly greeting? Have your passport ready as we fly back to the US for some comedy from My Friend Irma. Originally aired 1952, "Irma Writes A Column" has goofy Irma assigned to write a gossip column. But what happens when truthful reporting requires she expose her boyfriend? Is she willing to sacrifice the comfort of matrimony? Well here to answer all your confusion are guests Kathy Harmer, Sherry Brown, Stephen Medvidick, and your hos, Andy Pettit.

 
SKYWAVE 9/11 @ 6pm: CANDY-OH! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome top Skywave for more radio play fun! Tonite we have 2 more. We begin with an episode from the Candy Matson detective series. 1st broadcast 1950, "The Black Cat" was super sleuth Candy involved in international security intrigue and spies. And when the dead bodies start piling up, the black cat appears. Whats' up with that spooky omen? We cool down after that snarling sizzler with a humorous entry from the Cecil and Sally series. Originally aired 193?, "Cecil Has A Loose Tooth" finds Cecil in pain until Dr. Sally arrives with the cure for his dental woes. Will her plan work?? Stay tuned here with Martha Michael, Bill Simpson, Jim Harris, and your host, Andy Pettit.  

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SKYWAVE 9/4 @ 6pm: "I Want To Walk/ Venus Is A Man's World?" Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave for more radio play excitement. We have 2 goodies tonite. We begin with an original by Caitlin Cieri, titled "I Want To Walk". A homeless man begs for change in the street and an elderly man stops to lecture him about his life choices. But the longer the conversation goes on, the more apparent it is the elderly man has a secret shame of his own. This is a play that tackles the opioid crisis and the insidious way pain management turns into full blown addiction. We follow with an episode for the X Minus One sci fi series. 1st broadcast `1957, "Venus Is A Man's World" considers how the solar system operates in the year 2107, when gender equality is extinct and women say what goes until a Venusian man in search of an Earth wife meet and we find out who has the last word, so to speak. And here to keep you speechless are playwright Caitlin Cieri and regular voice Maury Harris along with your host, Andy Pettit.  

 
SKYWAVE 8/28 @ 6pm: SIBLING SPAT?! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave for more radio play fun. We have a drama from the Dragnet series. 1st broadcast 1955,  "The Big Sisters"  ain't big on murder, but makes up for it plenty with all the usual tidbits like a tough suspect who's a real criminal, a motive, some laughs and a sad message about sibling rivalry. Dum da dum dum! Join guests Elizabeth Caruso, Stepehen Medvidick, Maury Harris, and your host Andy Pettit for  sure fire entertainment.  

 
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. 

 
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