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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! 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 the two weekly old-time radio shows hosted by Digest publisher Steve Darnall: Those Were The Days, heard every Saturday afternoon (1:00-5:00 p.m. CST) on WDCB-FM (and on the internet at www.wdcb.org); and Radio's Golden Age, heard every Sunday at www.yesterdayusa.com, at www.talkzone.com and at www.1640radio.com. You'll find a complete listing of the old-time radio programs heard every week on both Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age, 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!

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In the Winter 2016 Nostalgia Digest:

    • The life and career of the man they called "Schnozzola," the great JIMMY DURANTE
    • How the big bands celebrated the holidays
    • From Saint to Pariah to Oscar-winner: the remarkable life of INGRID BERGMAN
    • Television's CAPTAIN KANGAROO
    • The humor and heart of Truth or Consequences
    • The early career of JOHN WAYNE
    • William R. Johnson, Chicago's gentlemen gambler
    • A complete listing for Steve Darnall's Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age
    • PLUS: Memories of Chicago's Southtown Theatre; Flexible Flyer sleds; a few moments with DICK CAVETT; more!

 

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The love affair of HUMPHREY BOGART and LAUREN BACALL; the life and career of EDDIE "ROCHESTER" ANDERSON; the story of Raggedy Ann; DUFFY'S TAVERN, where the elite met to eat; THE MANKIEWICZ BROTHERS, the siblings responsible for Citizen Kane, Duck Soup, All About Eve, Cleopatra and other legendary films; a few of radio's copy cats; a few moments with singer MONICA LEWIS; more!



   
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The life and career of The Great One, JACKIE GLEASON; the birth of THE QUIZ KIDS; how GUNSMOKE transformed radio westerns; America's folk heroes, DISNEY style; the wonderful world of SOUNDIES; actress VIRGINIA O'BRIEN; a few moments with Let's Pretend's GWEN DAVIES; 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! FEWER THAN TEN COPIES IN STOCK!