Nostalgia Digest Magazine is a 64-page quarterly publication filled with articles about the "Golden Age" of radio, television, movies, and music, written by those who lived it and those who love it! For more than 40 years, Nostalgia Digest Magazine has provided readers with an entertaining, educational look at life and popular culture during the first half of the 20th century (and sometimes beyond).
In addition, every issue of Nostalgia Digest includes a three-month schedule for Those Were the Days, our weekly old-time radio show hosted by Digest publisher Steve Darnall and heard every Saturday afternoon (1:00-5:00 p.m. CST) on WDCB-FM (and on the internet at www.wdcb.org). You'll find a complete listing of the old-time radio programs heard every week on Those Were The Days, including original broadcast dates, titles of stories, names of stars and supporting players, and a line or two describing each show. It's exclusive to Nostalgia Digest and a perfect complement to the stories, subjects and stars we cover in every issue--and now, Nostalgia Digest also includes the program listings for Carl Amari's Radio Theatre!
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In the Autumn 2019 Nostalgia Digest:
- We celebrate eighty years of The Wizard of Oz with a fabulous cover story--and a choice of covers!
- The villainous charm of VINCENT PRICE
- The early career of CLARK GABLE
- How Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer became a television star
- From the Morrison to the Palmer House: Chicago's classic hotels
- The FBI in peace and war--and on radio!
- The life of Riley himself, WILLIAM BENDIX
- A complete listing for Steve Darnall's Those Were The Days--and Carl Amari's Radio Theatre!
- PLUS: We celebrate 45 years of Nostalgia Digest; memories of the Mad Magicians of college football; singer/actor ED AMES remembers singing with the big bands--and with the great Mahalia Jackson; more!
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