In Breaking Walls Episode 97 we usher in the holiday season with the first of a three-part mini-series on the 1947-48 radio season. The 1947-48 season had the largest radio audience in history. Homes with radios jumped 6%, car radios 29%. The major networks—NBC, CBS, … Read MoreBW – EP97: Thanksgiving 1947—The Most Popular Season in Radio History
Previously on A Man Named Marlowe: At 4:30 in the morning the woman who hired Marlowe comes to his hotel room in Spokane. She explains what happened and why she lied to Phillip. Her real name is Janice Thomlinson. Marlowe decides he’s still working for … Read MoreA Man Named Marlowe Episode 6—The Finale: The Windup & The Phoenix
Previously on A Man Named Marlowe: Marlowe stops in at an all-night diner in an attempt to decompress from the murders he’s witnessed. When he gets back to his apartment, he receives a call from a henchman, telling him that Krypton Club owner Benny Chance … Read MoreA Man Named Marlowe Episode 4: The Ghost & The Odyssey
In Breaking Walls Episode 69, I talk about some of the things I’m most grateful for this year. For the past four months I’ve been working on a podcast that will launch in January on The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300. These 17 goals are … Read MoreBW – EP69: From Antarctica To India With Gratitude and Announcements
By definition, a harvest, in relation to farming, is the process of gathering mature crops from the fields. It’s also where the term “reap” comes from. To reap is to cut the grain from the harvest, and it’s also where the line “we reap what … Read MoreWhat’s the Significance of the Harvest Season?