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Jeff Bressler The Make Believe Ballroom Show
with Jeff Bressler

I have been a Golden Age of Radio and Big Band sounds of the 1930s and 1940s enthusiast for decades. After a long career in radio and TV broadcasting, announcing, public relations and marketing, I decided to lay back and devout all of my broadcasting time to my commercial-free ode to vintage radio.

The 'Make Believe Ballroom' had its origins on the radio starting in the mid 1930s and stayed a daily program on WNEW 1130 AM in New York until the late 1980s. My parents always had the dial set to 1130 so at an early age I gained an appreciation for the music I would love the most up until this day.

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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.

1940s Radio News Time Songs from Grandad Bill's Gramophone

I'm Dave Adams, and I'm a WWII reenactor, I'm also the guy behind the Ironbridge Gorge WWII Weekend.

This time I'm bringing my love of all things 1940s to the air, especially the music! I'm going to play tunes from the Charleston era right up to the end of the 40s decade, including ones you may not have heard before or not heard in some time. I will, of course, also play all your favourites such as Glenn Miller and many more.

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'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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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

James Langton The uk 1940s  Radio Station James Langton
with 'This Thing Called Swing'

James presents his show 'This thing Called Swing' on the station. James trained as an actor at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and later as a musician at the Guildhall School in London. He led the internationally renowned Pasadena Roof Orchestra from 1996 to 2002. He created the Solid Senders Orchestra to play the music of the Swing Era and later the New York All-Star Big Band with whom he continues to perform. He is also a busy voice-over artist who has recorded more than 100 audiobooks, winning a prestigious Audie award in 2013 for his work on Astray by Emma Donahue. James was born in York, England, and is now based in New York City.

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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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Rickshaw on  The uk 1940s  Radio Station The 1940s Countdown Show with Rickshaw

Someone once said, "There are only two kinds of music...good music and bad music. If you like it, it's good. If you don't, it's bad." If true, then all the music of the forties is good, because I love it. It's the music I grew up with. Each one of my countdown programs concentrates on the top hits (and some of the interesting misses), from one month of that golden decade, hopefully bringing back some of the more pleasant memories from your past.

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