Hello MPIR Fans & Friends,
The Mystery stream is currently playing a special run of "Clyde's Favorite Series" The Hall Of Fantasy, The Haunting Hour, Inner Sanctum Mysteries, Suspense, The Weird Circle, and The Whistler.
The History Capsule is playing shows In honor of Black History Month, several episodes of:
Richard Durham's Destination Freedom premiered on June 27, 1948 on Chicago radio WMAQ. Durham's vision was to reeducate the masses on the image of African American society, since it was tainted with stereotypes that threatened to tear its beautiful culture apart.
New World A'Coming (1944-57)
Broadcast on New York radio station WMCA, this show was based on the work of nationally-known black journalist Roi Ottley. New World A'Coming was frequently narrated by African-American actor Canada Lee, and showcased the work of other leading black artists (Duke Ellington wrote the theme song). NWAC was a powerful and politically incisive program that aired political and racial issues in the US military and on the home front. After two seasons, the program expanded its focus to include other minority groups.
The Comedy stream will be updated with several episodes of The Burns and Allen Show, Chase And Sanborn Hour, Jack Benny Program, My Friend Irma, and more for guaranteed belly laughs.