“Richard Dymond, Private Detective” and “Mary Pickford and Company”

This week, we have an hour-long ‘Canadians Abroad’ segment. First, we hear an episode of “Richard Dymond, Private Detective” entitled the “Martin Hire”. Included in the cast is Stacey Harris who was born in Big Timber, Quebec.

Second we listen to an episode of “Mary Pickford and Company” entitled “Church Mouse”. Mary Pickford was born in Toronto, Ontario.

‘The Wayne and Shuster Show’ and ‘This Is Your FBI’

From our ‘Made in Canada’ file, we feature an episode of The Wayne and Shuster Show, called “Comeback”.

Next, from our ‘Canadians Abroad’ file, we listen to an episode of This Is Your FBI from November 29, 1946, featuring Stacey Harris from Big Timber, Quebec. The title is “Murder in the Jury Box”.

‘Blair of the Mounties’, ‘Nabob Coffee Time’ and ‘Screen Guild Theater’

This week, we have two shows from our ‘Made in Canada’ file, the first is an episode of Blair of the Mounties from March 13, 1938. The second is an episode of Nabob Coffee Time from March 27, 1944.

Next from our ‘Canadians Abroad’ file, we hear an episode of Screen Guild Theater from November 8, 1933 called “George Washington Slept Here”. It features comedian Jack Carson who was born in Carman, Manitoba.

‘The Queen’s Men’ and ‘The Jack Benny Show’

From our ‘Made in Canada’ file, we have an episode of The Queen’s Men from 1954 called “Manslaughter aka Hit And Run”.

Next from our ‘Canadians Abroad’ file, we hear the Jack Benny Show from May 28, 1939, called “Alexander Graham Bell”. It features Sadie Marx playing the part of Mary Livingston who we think was born in Vancouver, British Columbia.

CBC Mystery Theatre and People Are Funny

From our Made in Canada file, we listen to an episode of CBC Mystery Theatre.

From our Canadians Abroad file, we feature an episode of “People Are Funny”, hosted by Art Linkletter who was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Take A Chance and Cavalcade of America

From our Made in Canada file, we hear a quiz show called “Take A Chance”.

Next from our Canadians Abroad file, we hear Toronto-born Walter Huston on “Cavalcade of America”. He is one of the stars in a radio adaptation of a movie called “All That Money Can Buy”.