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The MWOTRC presents, promotes and performs classic radio drama, comedy and public affairs through speakers and dramatizations.



Meetings

We meet monthly. For dates, locations and times. Click here for details and a map.


Join Us!

We would love to have you as a member! Click here for a membership application and all the details.


Radio Recall

Radio Recall is our journal, available via email (PDF) or regular mail. Read sample articles here.

Upcoming Meetings

Our April 12, 2019 program will feature Jack French who will speak on "Novels-To-Network" - a presentation on novels or stage plays from which a radio series was developed, such as Stella Dallas, Lone Wolf, Ellery Queen, Renfrew of the Royal Mounted, Meet Corliss Archer, etc.

Our May 10, 2019 program will be The Western and Radio - A discussion of some of the best loved and most remembered Westerns of the radio era presented by Frank Morgan.

Our June program will be our summer luncheon, date and location to follow.


Audio Cassettes for Sale!

From our Librarian:
"At the August meeting the club members present voted to disband the club's cassette library due to rental inactivity over the past few years. In an effort to keep as much as we can from hitting the landfill I would like to offer the members the opportunity to take entire series of their choosing on a first come first served basis. For the price of shipping I will mail you all the episodes we have of your favorite program. Please contact me at audio@mwotrc.com."


MWOTRC Members Perform at the Library of Congress

On the evening of April 6, 2019, the MWOTRC performed at the Packard Theater in Culpepper, Virginia. The evening included the "The Shadow" program called "The White Legion" from 3/28/1938. After the intermission "Professor" Edgar Farr Russell, III led a sing-along of radio commercials as a tribute to Kay Kaiser. The final recreation was a lost 1940 episode of Fibber McGee and Molly called "Fibber is Housesitting".

MWOTRC Slide show