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Holiday OTR: Aldrich Family — Christmas Program

By: 23 December 2010 One Comment

Just two more days until Christmas.

Exciting stuff.

For those of you looking for some entertainment to help get you all revved up for the holidays, First Arkansas News presents yet another installment in its continuing Christmas OTR series. Christmas is all about traditions and few things in our nation’s history play up to the desire to remember the past than old time radio programs.

What’s on tap today? Something very fun — a Christmas program from the Aldrich Family series that originally aired way on back in 1948. What kind of wacky shenanigans will Henry Aldrich be up to in this lightweight, ever-entertaining episode? You’ll have to listen to the program to answer than question.

Click me!As always, this episode is brought to you by our friends at We’re unapologetic fans around here of The Cat and admire his efforts to both preserve OTR programs in MP3 format and make them available to the public at ridiculously affordable prices. Besides, he lets us grab OTR programs from his site and share them with you at no cost to us or our visitors. That fits in our budget very well.

Oh, and The Cat has a sale running right now. Actually, he’s always got a sale running but this one is one offers visitors 10 percent to 30 percent off all “winter holidays” shows through Jan. 1. Head on over and tell them First Arkansas News sent you!

Now, click the below link, sit back and enjoy the show.

Aldrich Family — Christmas Program

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