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Welcome to MWOTRC!


Upcoming Meetings:

The May program will feature Karl Schadow on "The Many Voices of the Whistler"
Many are aware that Bill Foreman is the actor most associated as the omniscient story teller. However, there were at lest six other actors who portrayed the host during its 13-year run. Those individuals and their respective voices will be divulged at the May meeting.

The June program will be our Summer luncheon at Neighbors restaurant in Vienna, VA
Special guest Murray Horwitz of the Big Broadcast will join us and do a Q&A with the club!

The July program will be Jack French, who will present a "Quick As A Flash" quiz show- live with members of the audience! There will be cash prizes for volunteer contestants to participate in a live recreation of Quick As A Flash! Come prepared with trivia knowledge and radio detective insights...!


Meeting schedule: Regular meetings are held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Columbia Pike and Wayne Street, Arlington VA.(Please see map below.)

We meet at 7:30 PM on the second Friday evening of every month, except June and December, when we meet Saturday noon at a local restaurant (location TBA). In September, we hold our meeting at the Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention (MANC) in Hunt Valley, Md. See our Links page for MANC details.

If you live in the Washington DC area or are planning a visit, why not attend one of our meetings? Members, guests, and the general public are invited to all meetings, which include various demonstrations and presentations.

Please browse through our site to learn more about us, or contact us for more information.

Click the map below for a Google map and directions.

BE SURE TO VISIT OUR LINKS Page from time to time.You'll find interesting web sites like this one, Old Time Radio Themes - a great resource for the music themes of those old favorite shows.

See our News Archives at:
News from 2014
News from 2009-12
News from 2006-7
News from 2005
News from 2004
News from 2003-2002