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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! Since 1975, 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 Magazine includes a three-month schedule for "Those Were The Days," the old-time radio showcase hosted by Nostalgia Digest Magazine 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 Magazine and a perfect complement to the stories, subjects and stars we cover in every issue!

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In the Spring 2014 Nostalgia Digest:

    • Celebrating the 75th anniversary of HOLLYWOOD'S GREATEST YEAR
    • THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE, radio's beloved family comedy
    • From Funny Face to Eloise: The multi-talented KAY THOMPSON
    • Before talk shows and "reality television," there was AMERICA'S TOWN MEETING OF THE AIR
    • The life and career of LANA TURNER
    • A tale of two submarines, and their connections to Chicago
    • A complete listing for Steve Darnall's Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age
    • PLUS: Our NECROLOGY FOR 2013; memories of a family grocery store; DIX DAVIS recalls his career as Shirley Temple's double; Nostalgia Digest columnist Bob Kolososki continues our magazine's 40th anniversary celebration; more!

 

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The game-changing comedy of BOB AND RAY; the many voices of BEA BENADERET; a look at the films of FRANK CAPRA; the career of terpsichorean tough guy GEORGE RAFT; a few moments with ALAN YOUNG; Digest founder CHUCK SCHADEN recalls the very first issue of this publication; more!



   
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MARLENE DIETRICH goes to war; the radio career of DANNY KAYE; the television revival of MICKEY ROONEY; the 75th anniversary of ORSON WELLES' "War of the Worlds" broadcast; Charles Dickens in the movies; CARL REINER talks about his memoir and a fateful trip to Chicago; Midway Airport's star photographer; one man's monster movie memories; more!



   
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It's our all-new, all-vintage SWIMSUIT ISSUE, featuring over a dozen stars of stage, screen, song and radio; more about the life and career of RED SKELTON; a look at The LONE RANGER, radio's first superhero; the life and career of Chicago madman ART HELLYER; the challenges of moving SUSPENSE from radio to television; post-war radio; a few moments with LOUISE ERICKSON; more!



   
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RED SKELTON and his long road from Indiana to Hollywood; the making of the HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN movie; the Golden Age of Hollywood Swashbucklers; our NECROLOGY FOR 2012; the television career of ANNIE OAKLEY; a few moments with HUGH DOWNS; more!