Atlantic Spotlight

January 1, 1944 to October 21, 1944
4 episodes known to exist
Atlantic Spotlight was a historical radio show which ran from January 1, 1944 to October 21, 1944.
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Radio series often ran for multiple seasons and/or through many incarnations with different radio networks, sponsors, cast/crew, and revivals after many years.
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Show
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January 1, 1944 - October 21, 1944
Atlantic Spotlight
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Atlantic Spotlight
January 1, 1944 - October 21, 1944
4 episodes known to exist
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September 2, 1944 
 
HOSTS: Herb Sheldon (New York) and Ronnie Waldman (London) Roy Fox: "Whispering", "Tico Tico", The Modernaires & Paula Kelly: "I've Got A Heart Filled With Love", "Tabby The Cat", Malor Blenn Miller and the American Band of the AEF: "Flying Home", Major Johnny Desmond: "I'll Be Seeing You", Marion Hutton (Atlantic City) & The Crew Chiefs (London): "Juke Box Saturday Night", Glenn Miller "In The Mood" *Missing first minute of show* 
28:30 

 
 
October 21, 1944 
 
Ben Grauer, Jane Cowl/N.Y. Beatrice Lily, Lesley Mitchell, Dorothy Dixon, Cliff Gordon, Lesley Hutchinson, Tommy Handley, Donald Frankel/London 
28:30 

 
January 1, 1944 
Premier Show 
Anna Negal, Glenn Miller Orchestra "I Hear You Screaming", Bud Flannigan & Chesney Allen, Red Skelton, Harriett Hilliard, Irving Berlin "My British Buddy", General William R. Arnold. Distortion throughout BBC portion is caused by short-wave link and was an actual part of the program as aired. 
28:30 

 
January 14, 1944 
 
Jack Buchannan, Fred Emley/London. Peter Donald/N.Y. 
28:15 

 
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