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 Night Transmissions 
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 Gary Clinton  
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Segment One:
CBS Mystery Theater "A Deadly Game Of Death" 2/2/1974 .
Segment Two:
Blackstone, the Magic Detective 1948 0r 49, "Phantom Intermezzos".
Segment Three:
2000 Plus, "The Brooklyn Brain" on 6/21/1950.
Segment Four:
Police Headquarters "The Tommy-Gun Murders" 1932.

Music:

Charles Aznavour - Yesterday When I Was Young (1961).
Chad & Jeremy - Yesterday's Gone (1964).
Nana Mouskouri - Try To Remember (2001).
The Beatles - Yesterday (1965)..
Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World (1968).
This is a weekly program airing on KSOW 106.7 FM in Cottage Grove, OR. as part of the stations commitment to sustaining the tradition great radio theater. I will post a new show by Tuesday or Wednesday of each week.

In the main, each episode consists of four approximately 30-minute long programs (not always, as
sometimes I use a longer form show, so it may be 3 or fewer) and some filler to bring them in at 120 minutes.
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As of show 21 there are 30 second musical interludes at 30,60 and 90 minutes. with the last 5 to 10 minutes or so of the show uninterrupted music that can be faded out on without too much ado. Exact timing is in the mp3 comments tag.

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This episode contains the following segments...

Segment One:

Is a ghost story from the CBS Mystery Theater which ran between January the 6th of 1974. and December the 31st of 1982. Introductions were by by E. G. Marshall. The show was in the grand tradition of Old Time Radio shows Suspense and The Inner Sanctum.
Tonight's show,"A Deadly Game Of Death" aired on February the 2nd 1974 . It's a nicely done haunted house story with a duet of investigators spending the night in a thoroughly haunted house. Expect a few moans.One or two groans. The rattle of old dry bones. Okay, it's prattle.I lie, no bones do rattle.
Segment Two:
Blackstone, the Magic Detective was a 15-minute radio series which aired Sunday afternoons at 2:45pm ET on the Mutual Broadcasting System from October 3, 1948 until April 3, 1949. The series, stared Ed Jerome as "the world's greatest living magician," and was based on real-life magician Harry Blackstone Sr.
Tonight's episode, "Phantom Intermezzos".
Segment Three:
"The Brooklyn Brain" aired on 2000 Plus on June the 21st. of 1950.
In this story two scientists turn a bit of a dimwit into a brainicac in order to impress the woman he loves.
It's all going to remind you of Flowers for Algernon if Daniel Keyes had written for laughs. However "The Brooklyn Brain" owes nothing to this work. It anticipated "Flowers for Algernon" by nine years.
Charly, the movie and the musical Charlie and Algernon, both based on Keyes story would premiere in 1978, twenty-eight years later.
Segment Four:
Police Headquarters was a 1932 crime drama, running about 15 minutes, There is not much information on this show such as cast or original air dates.It ran for only the one year sometimes doing topical but fictional stories based on resent events for example . Tonight "The Tommy-Gun Murders" References The Saint Valentine's Day massacre which had happened only three years earlier.
Music:
Charles Aznavour - Yesterday When I Was Young (1961).
Chad & Jeremy - Yesterday's Gone (1964).
Nana Mouskouri - Try To Remember (2001).
The Beatles - Yesterday (1965)..
Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World (1968).
These dates should not be taken as canonical.

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02:00:00 English 2009-12-08
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