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Weekend OTR — the last two Christmas shows for the year

By: 25 December 2010 One Comment

Christmas has come at last and that means it’s time for us at First Arkansas News to stop posting Christmas-themed old time radio episodes.

Well, it’s almost time for that to end. We’ve got time for a couple more, don’t we? Sure we do!

By the way, we hope everyone had a great Christmas. Make sure to stop by in the days to come for reviews of the Kinect for the Xbox 360, an Apple iPhone app that might save you from jail on New Year’s Eve, a portable system that plays Super Nintendo games and, well, just a whole lot of stuff. Oh, and we’ve got a lot of great things planned for the new year, so stick around and see what we’ve got in store.

As always, the below episodes are brought to your by our friends at OTRCat.com. Thanks to The Cat’s kind permission, we started posting old timer radio episodes in our Weekend OTR series a few months ago. You’d better believe that series will continue as long as people keep listening to and downloading the episodes we post.

Having said all of that, please enjoy the last two Christmas episodes we’ll post here this year. We’ve got a great comedy and a “juvenile adventure” program selected for you to listen to on Christmas night, so take advantage of them.

The Great Gildersleeve– Christmas Caroling at Home

Terry and the Pirates — Christmas Show in Rhyme

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
Benton resident. Rogue journalist. Recovering attorney. Email = Ethan@FirstArkansasNews.net.

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