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1940s Radio News Time Music and News

A selection of original radio news items, radio commercials and a fine selection of music from the 1930s and 1940s.

Jay Lawrence  The uk 1940s  Radio Station Stateside
with Jay Lawrence

Jay Lawrence is thrilled to present on The UK 1940s Radio Station. His goal is to promote the music in the UK from a stateside perspective.

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1940s Radio News Time OTR Radio Show

A selection of original radio variety shows From Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Judy Garland, Dinah Shore and more.

In loving memory of Patrick Joseph Toomey 1927 - 2018.jpg Patrick Joseph Toomey 1927 - 2018

Thank you for the beautiful memories dad, this hour is dedicated to you.

All our Love,

Your girls and the whole gang.

'40s Favorites Show' with Lynda Moncaster 40s Favourites Show
with Lynda Moncaster

40s Favourites features songs that were popular in the 1940s. Some may still be popular today, others have slipped into obscurity but 40s Favourites visits them all.

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Guy Roles  The uk 1940s  Radio Station My Pick of The 40s
With Guy Roles

I am very thrilled to present 'My Pick Of The Forties' on The UK 1940's Radio Station. I'm an avid collector of 78 rpm records and have built up a large collection of 1930's and 1940's dance band music over the years which I am very pleased to be able to share with the station's listeners.

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Steve Ashley The uk 1940s  Radio Station Hot Pipes!
with Steve Ashley

Steve presents 30 minutes of theatre pipe organ from the golden era of popular song.

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Shaun Moncaster  The uk 1940s  Radio Station The 1930s Hour
with Shaun Moncaster
Shaun spends a happy hour playing music from the 1930s but might also throw the odd song in from the late 1920s. His main love is the dance bands from the period but often he will feature bands from the present day who authentically recreate the music.

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Bud Pearson The uk 1940s  Radio Station AFRS One Night Bandstand

The Armed Forces Radio Services recorded transcription discs of popular radio shows and big band concerts for the forces serving overseas. Often shows were also broadcasted on shortwave radio.

Gi Jill  The uk 1940s  Radio Station GI Jill

The girl next door quality of GI Jill's voice, and her obvious love for the G.I.s she was talking to and playing music for made her the most popular voice on the AFRS. "Jill" was actually Martha Wilkerson (1918-1999)

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1940s Radio News Time Music and Original Soundbites from the 1940s

A mixture of original music and news broadcasts and film reel audio from the 1930s and 1940s

Bud Pearson The uk 1940s  Radio Station  The Swing Era
with Bud Pearson

The Swing Era is an entertaining and informative musical program fed by the enormous recorded legacy that the Swing Era bands and artists left us.

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Bill Gratton on  The uk 1940s  Radio Station Sentimental Journey with Bill Gratton

Bill presents his show 'Sentimental Journey' on the station. Inspired by a song by the same name, Bill takes a look back at the standards from golden era of popular music.

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