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We pick up the adventure right where it left off. High up in Tavares’ Helicopter, where Pariah finds herself in yet another predicament, as trusted members of Tavares’ crew are suddenly committing mutiny. And then… pheromones. Hang on for dear life in this intensely sexy action/adventure story. Rose Caraway is a native Northern California writer, e…
 
Let’s return to “The Lux Radio Theater” for an adaptation of the brilliant 1944 film noir mystery, “Laura.” You can miss a lot in an audio adaptation of a film noir, but luckily this version features the two main stars and one of the supporting players. Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney return, as does Vincent Price. Otto Kruger Takes over Clifton Webb…
 
"THE TICKLER" September 25, 1976 Monster Squad was a one season NBC Saturday morning live action show for kids in 1976. In it, Walt, who worked in his uncle's wax museum, discovered that he could bring the figures of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and the Wolfman to life. Wanting to atone for the sins of their past, the trio, with Walt's crime co…
 
"Checkmate" UK Airing: November 24, 1967 US Airing: August 17, 1968 The Prisoner appears to have the upper hand as he manages to recruit a team to aid him in his quest to escape. But is a woman who loves him a little too easily the mole in the escape group or is the Prisoner just another pawn in a game he cannot win? John and writer Jim Beard discu…
 
Part two of our annual Christmas spectacular begins with the holidays coming to “The Jack Benny Program.” The whole gang is gathering for big party at Jack’s, and there’s lots of laughs, despite some faulty tree lights. Then it’s a week later on “The Great Gildersleeve,” and Gildy doesn’t want to go to the town’s big New Year’s Eve bash if he can’t…
 
1943 - Episode Eleven "A Nipponese Trap" As Chuck White, Bruce learns of one of Daka's hideouts, but the Dynamic Duo find themselves under attack as soon as they arrive. ​John and writer Jim Beard are back in the Batcave where Jim has serious issues with a number of elements that go against the unspoken rules of the Batman comic. John is simply tir…
 
"Dance of the Dead" UK Airing: November 17, 1967 US Airing: July 27, 1968 Normally, we include a brief synopsis of the episode to remind folks what it is we are talking about, but John and writer Jim Beard found themselves hard pressed to determine what exactly the plot was of this story. It appears that this is made up of several story threads tha…
 
We begin a month of Christmas episodes with America’s favorite teen-ager, the titular “Archie Andrews.” Archie and Jughead go Christmas shopping. Unbeknownst to them, the rest of the Andrews family and all their friends are also at the department store, resulting in all sorts of predicaments. Then on “Big Town,” Edward J. Pawley replaces Edward G. …
 
"The Bermuda Rectangle" March 13, 1977 Professor Bubbles is engaged in some real underwater deep sea piracy and it's up to Batman to stop him. Where is Aquaman when you need him? John and Joe Stuber of Comic Book Central are at odds with this fifth episodes of the 77 series and not in the way you would think. Usually, Joe can find the joy in the go…
 
The radio series “Claudia” was a daily slice-of-life drama centering on the low-stakes problems of the newly-married Claudia and David Naughton. A typical post-war couple, their greatest difficulties involve finding an apartment, Claudia learning to drive, and (eventually) what to name the baby. In these two episodes, Claudia and David host an unor…
 
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Now we’re going to launch a whole month of Thanksgiving-related episodes. We start off with “The Jack Benny Program.” Jack and the gang are gathering at Mary’s place for a huge Thanksgiving dinner. There’s disagreements about Pilgrim history, Jack’s ancient tuxedo attracts attention, and the band displays uncouth table etiquette. Then on “The Abbot…
 
On “Let George Do It,” freelance detective and problem solver George Valentine is hired to prove that a spooky old house isn’t haunted. But is it? Then, it’s Election Day in Springfield on “The Great Gildersleeve,” and Gildy switches his allegiances back and forth between the two candidates for mayor. Episodes Let George Do It August 16, 1948 “The …
 
(N.B.: This episode was recorded with 2 Twitch streamers as contestants. In light of this, I elected to use the two streamers' Twitch handles instead of their real names, as that comprises a major part of their branding.) Complete the List is back! The Fall 2020 Gamers vs. MS charity marathon is October 17-24. To help promote, two streamers from th…
 
Tonight, we present our first medical show, and it’s the classic “The Story of Dr. Kildare.” The stars of the popular movie series, Lew Ayres as Dr. James Kildare and Lionel Barrymore as his friend and mentor Dr. Leonard Gillespie, reprised their roles for radio. Together, they interacted with people from all walks of life who had all manner of dif…
 
Shazam!"The Sound of aDifferent Drummer"October 9, 1976 Curtis is a young man blessed with great shortstop skills in baseball, but he prefers to focus his practice time on being a violinist. His teammates have other ideas and will stop at nothing to get him to play in an important game. Will Billy, Mentor, Captain Marvel, and Maury Wills himself be…
 
“The Judy Canova Show” was one of those radio sitcoms with a stage and radio star playing a heightened version of herself living in Hollywood hoping to made good. In this episode, Judy is eager to become the New Year’s Rose Queen. That leads to dream sequence, featuring Mel Blanc handling multiple voices, with Judy in a Queen of the Klondike pagean…
 
Isis "The Cheerleader" October 2, 1976 ​A student at school cheats on a chemistry test and then frames the head of the cheerleading squad in the hopes of taking over the position. John and Richard are back in the RV and making their final stops along the highways and byways of the land exploring those two Saturday morning series of the 70s we loved…
 
"Look Alike" Airdate: February 23, 1975 Written by Gustave Field (story), Richard Carr (teleplay) Directed by Jerry London Synopsis: A duplicate of Steve attempts to steal secret information that will be sold to enemy governments. John and co-host, artist Jerry Lange, are joined by the Wonderful Bill Flynn of Geek Radio Daily as they discuss how sh…
 
"Taneha" Airdate: February 2, 1975 Written by Margaret Armen Directed by Earl Bellamy Synopsis: Steve is determined to save a wild cougar before it is killed by a mob and a young woman who wants revenge for it killing her father. John and co-host, artist Jerry Lange, are joined by voice actor/writer Julie Hoverson as they discuss the different styl…
 
"Mr. Mephisto" September 18, 1976 Monster Squad was a one season NBC Saturday morning live action show for kids in 1976. In it, Walt, who worked in his uncle's wax museum, discovered that he could bring the figures of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and the Wolfman to life. Wanting to atone for the sins of their past, the trio, with Walt's crime c…
 
"Return of the Robot Maker" Airdate: January 26, 1975 Written by Del Reisman (story) and Mark Frost (story and teleplay) Directed by Phil Bondelli Synopsis: Dr. Dolenz returns with a plot to steal another top secret device with the aid of a robot duplicate of Oscar. John and co-host, artist Jerry Lange, are joined by The Quick and the Dad writer/ar…
 
"Many Happy Returns" UK Airing: November 10, 1967 US Airing: July 20, 1968 The Prisoner awakens in a Village that is completely empty with all power cut off. After making sure it isn't a trick, he sets out to escape and makes his way back to London where his only ally is the woman who now lives in his home and drives his car. John and writer Jim Be…
 
"The Last Kamikaze" Airdate: January 19, 1975 Written by Judy Burns Directed by Dick Moder Synopsis: Steve is sent to a remote island to recover an experimental nuclear device and is captured by a lone survivor of a kamikaze plane from World War II. John and co-host, artist Jerry Lange, are joined by OSI Files webmaster Todd Wiedemann as they discu…
 
We start off with the original old-time radio western, “Death Valley Days.” In this episode, a female prospector goes to extraordinary lengths to prevent claim jumpers. Then on “The Jack Benny Program,” Rochester is cleaning Jack’s den while Jack travels to the Department of Motor Vehicles to renew his driver’s license. Episodes Death Valley Days J…
 
"Lost Love" Airdate: January 17, 1975 Written by Melvin Levy (story), Richard Carr (teleplay) Directed by Arnold Laven Synopsis: Steve reconnects with an old flame only to find that her husband is still alive and wants her back. John and co-host, artist Jerry Lange, are joined by longtime fan Mike Nelli as they discuss how this episode isn't as bad…
 
Episode 58—Geek Actors Live on Stage Science fiction writer and editor Scott Pearson’s cohost Ella Pearson puts the “geek” in “theatre geek,” sharing stories of living in London and seeing various plays live on stage which featured actors we all know and love from genre movies and TV. Segments 02:56 English Actors vs. American Actors 04:04 Scott’s …
 
1943 - Episode Ten "Flying Spies" After escaping from another death trap, Bruce dons the guise of Chuck White once again in order to learn about a dropped shipment of radium that they must recover before Daka's men. John and writer Jim Beard are back in the Batcave and talking about the possibility of there being more than one Batman, the frustrati…
 
"The General" UK Airing: November 3, 1967 US Airing: July 13, 1968 The Prisoner goes on a quest to find "The General", the force behind a learning method that is being adopted by the entire Village. But what is the purpose of this learning method and why does it seem more devious than it first appears? John and writer Jim Beard discuss applied lear…
 
"The Cross-Country Kidnap" Airdate: January 10, 1975 Written by Ray Brenner (story), Stephen Kandel (teleplay) Directed by Christian Nyby Synopsis: Steve is assigned as a bodyguard to an OSI Cryptologist who wants to try out for the Olympic Equestrian Team. John and co-host, artist Jerry Lange, are joined by Second Union's Jeff Andrews as they disc…
 
It's a special episode of the show that was recorded live in December of 2018. John and Jerry read contest entries of members of the audiences as they shared their holiday memories of receiving bionic gifts in the 70s. Winners from there were picked and it was Christmas all over again. Join us Sunday nights at 8:00EST as we discuss an episode of TH…
 
"The Scheme is Sound" Batman and Robin must foil a new plot by the United Underworld to create and use the world's largest loudspeaker in order to rob a bank. ​John and Robert Long sit down in the Batcave and discuss a film that is the complete polar opposite of the film they discussed in the last episode. The Parkview Elementary School Music Club …
 
"The Schizoid Man" UK Airing: October 27, 1967 US Airing: July 6, 1968 The Prisoner awakens to find himself in a new home with a new look and everyone calling him Number Twelve. And who is this Number Six who looks exactly like him? John and writer Jim Beard discuss the appearance of actress Jane Merrow, the use of Rover, and McGoohan's performance…
 
"The Peeping Blonde" Airdate: December 20, 1974 Written by W.T. Zacha (story), Wilton Denmark (teleplay) Directed by Hershel Daugherty Synopsis: An ambitious television journalist captures footage of Steve in bionic action and threatens to release it to the world unless she gets the exclusive. John and co-host, artist Jerry Lange, are joined by aut…
 
Vincent Price returns as Simon Templar, aka “The Saint,” the Robin Hood of Modern Crime, solving tricky problems for all sorts of folks. Here the case of a kidnapped heiress takes him to an exclusive finishing school where romance has led to danger. Then on “The Great Gildersleeve,” a fishing expedition lands Gildy and Leroy hot water. Episodes The…
 
We start off with the first episode of “Big Town.” Edward G. Robinson creates the role of Steve Wilson, the crusading, yet sometimes muckraking, editor of a big city newspaper. There’s dark humor, drama, and plenty of melodrama. Then Joan Davis, who would eventually star in the early television classic comedy “I Married Joan,” begins her career in …
 
"A Sweet Joke on Gotham City" March 6, 1977 We take a look at another Filmation original village for the 77 Batman series in the form of Sweet Tooth. Sounding like Paul Lynde and ready with a crime where he holds the city's water supply hostage (why does that sound familiar?), this is one of the crazier stories and yet our hosts are more than happy…
 
"Free For All" UK Airing: October 20, 1967 US Airing: June 29, 1968 The Prisoner is thrust into the politics of the Village as he runs for the position of Number Two. John and writer Jim Beard discuss an episode that was produced second and yet aired fourth and that bothers Jim. They discuss how the episodes actually played out on television regard…
 
“Lux Radio Theatre” presents yet another star-studded adaptation of a cinema classic. This time, it’s the 1950 film “All About Eve.” Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, and Gary Merrill reprise their roles from the Academy- Award-wining film originally written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Lux Radio Theater October 1, 1951 “All About Eve” 2:14…
 
"A. B. and C." UK Airing: October 13, 1967 US Airing: June 22, 1968 Number Two has only one more chance to get the information they need from The Prisoner. He turns to a new brain scanning technique of Number Fourteen's for help. John and author Jim Beard discuss the direction of this episode, how it is a much smoother episode than fan favorite, "T…
 
Episode 57—The Immersive War of the Worlds Science fiction writer and editor Scott Pearson’s cohost Ella Pearson recounts surviving a Martian invasion with a walkthrough of her visit to Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of the War of the Worlds: The Immersive Experience. Sets, actors, and VR headsets put her into the middle of a nineteenth-century Londo…
 
We start off with another episode of “The Aldrich Family,” that domestic sitcom featuring the adventures of teen-ager Henry Aldrich. This episode, centering on a neighborhood wedding, is several notches above the usual fare, with some particularly clever lines and funny misunderstandings – all the elements you need for a solid sitcom. Then let’s te…
 
"The Chimes of Big Ben" UK Airing: October 6, 1967 US Airing: June 8, 1968 One of the fan favorites, in the second episode of the series, The Prisoner has a chance to escape thanks to meeting a prisoner who a similar background to our hero. John and author Jim Beard discuss the plot choices of this particular story, pose the questions, "Does anyone…
 
Groucho Marx kicks things off with an episode of “You Bet Your Life.” He trades barbs with a taxi driver from Vienna, and an Irish-American Texan tells how he met his wife when he ruined her cake at a St. Patrick’s Day party. Then, on “Vic and Sade,” their teen-aged son Rush is staying up late hoping to finish off the leftovers from a neighbor’s pa…
 
#WordSlingingSexLovingDreamQueen, Rose Caraway is a writer, editor, audiobook narrator, and podcaster for the #1 Erotica show in iTunes, The Kiss Me Quick’s Erotica Podcast, She freely celebrates all things erotica with her wonderful husband Dayv Caraway. She’s Also a Beekeeper. Libidinous Zombie: An Erotic Horror This book is erotic. This book is …
 
"Arrival" UK Airing: September 29, 1967 US Airing: June 1, 1968 Your Chronic Rift host, John S. Drew, is joined by author/editor Jim Beard to explore this cult limited series in the first of our limited series summer podcasts. You know Jim from such podcasts as The Batcave Podcast, The Hornet's Sting Podcast, and right here on The Chronic Rift. Tog…
 
We start off this week with some clever science fiction in the form of “X Minus One.” In this episode, some hapless humans find themselves at the mercy of an alien lifeboat bent on saving their lives no matter what. It’s an adaptation of Robert Sheckley’s “The Lifeboat Mutiny.” Then, on “The Jack Benny Show,” Jack obsesses about the $4.75 he lost o…
 
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In this slightly different episode of Complete the List, I go through 8 categories which were put on the board at some point, but for various reasons won't be now. (A set of categories named by Matt Carberry as "the Hoffa List".) You can find our Patreon at patreon.com/thejeopardyfan/. You can also follow us on Twitter at @CompleteList and on Insta…
 
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