Radio historian and archivist David S. Siegel shares the text of his interviews with several personalities associated with radio's Golden Age. Remembering Radio is an indispensable resource for researchers and fans alike.
The historian's guide to over 1,330 interviews in which more than 990 radio personalities (actors, musicians, writers, technicians, producers, directors, broadcast executives, etc.) share their first-hand accounts of the programs they were associated with and the people with whom they worked.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS FOREWORD INTRODUCTION PART I: INTERVIEWS CHAPTER 1: PARKER FENNELLY "TITUS MOODY" ON THE FRED ALLEN SHOW, WITH WIFE, CATHERINE CHAPTER 2: JOAN MERRILL VOCALIST ON THE EDGAR BERGEN PROGRAM CHAPTER 3: WARD BYRON PRODUCER OF MUSICAL PROGRAMS CHAPTER 4: FRANK NELSON & VEOLA VONN FRANK, COMEDIAN ON THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM AND VEOLA, ACTRESS ON VARIOUS PROGRAMS CHAPTER 5: HILDEGARDE CHANTEUSE, THE RALEIGH ROOM CHAPTER 6: MIRIAM WOLFF ACTRESS ON THE WITCH'S TALE AND LET'S PRETEND CHAPTER 7: DOROTHEA COLE WIDOW OF WRITER AND ACTOR ALONZO DEEN COLE CHAPTER 8: ROBERT VAN DEVENTER PANELIST ON TWENTY QUESTIONS CHAPTER 9: MARY SMALL VOCALIST ON LITTLE MISS BAB-O'S SURPRISE PARTY CHAPTER 10: ANNE DEMARCO VOCALIST AND ONE OF FIVE OF THE DEMARCO SISTERS CHAPTER 11: JANET CANTOR GARI DAUGHTER OF EDDIE CANTOR CHAPTER 12: PAT HOSLEY ACTRESS ON MANY PROGRAMS CHAPTER 13: SANDRA MICHAEL CREATOR AND WRITER OF AGAINST THE STORM AND LONE JOURNEY CHAPTER 14: PEGGY MOYLAN VOCALIST AND ONE OF THE MOYLAN SISTERS ON THE HORN AND HARDART CHILDREN'S HOUR PART II: RESOURCE GUIDE TO THE ORAL HISTORY OF THE GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION CHAPTER 2: LIST OF ORAL HISTORIES