Articles tagged with: Father Knows Best
After recovering from having daylight savings time cruelly sprung on us once again, we at First Arkansas News got busy with a big ole batch of stories.
Yes, we had everything from some politics to real estate to St. Patrick’s Day and the start of spring over the past week. Fun, fun.
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It’s getting close to April 15 — the hated tax day.
The tax code simply gets more complex with each passing year and naturally irritates those with complicated tax issues all the more. So, why not fight off those tax blues with some lighthearted old time radio?
Yes, we’ve got a sparkling episode of Father Knows Best on tap to relieve some of that stress that comes with filling out annoying tax forms and trying to figure out ways to keep as much cash as possible in your bank account and away …
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Yes, indeed. The Thanksgiving OTR series continues here at First Arkansas News.
This episode features Robert Young as insurance agent Jim Anderson in Father Knows Best — a show that stands as perhaps the best example of an idealized picture of life in the United States. It seems appropriate, then, to feature at least one Father Knows Best episodes when we’re celebrating a distinctly American holiday. Now, don’t worry — this is a comedy and it doesn’t get too bogged down in sentimentality. Really. Honest.
As always, this episode is brought to …
It’s long been said that Mother’s Day is a huge deal while Father’s Day is comparatively minor.
Here at First Arkansas News, we say double and triple phooey on that. Yes, there was an old time radio program (OTR) honoring dear old dad posted just yesterday, but we’re posting another one just to show how much we honor all those fathers out there.
There are plenty of OTR programs stored in the vaults over at OTRCat.com, so get ready for another Father’s Day-theme bit of radio history. This time around, we’ve got …