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Bob And Ray - The Lost Episodes, Volume Four - The New York Years, Part 3: WINS, CBS, NBC, WOR FLAC album

Matinee with Bob and Ray was originally a 15-minute show, soon expanding to half an hour. From 1973 to 1976 they were the afternoon drive hosts on WOR, doing a four-hour show.

Contains 78 Bob & Ray routines including Wally Ballou at Cape Canaveral with Prof. X; You May Not Believe This; Is This Your Life? Louella Parkinson; WADS (Women's Auxiliary of the Department of Sanitation); The McBeeBee Twins; Hazel Hunsaford's Household Hints; Bridget Hillary and the News: Mary Backstayge s marigold offer; Held Up For Ridicule; Wally Ballou & Artie Schermerhorn at the Aquajollies; Dean Archer Armistead; Emergency Ward; Mr. Trace. After you have finished listening, put the album on your shelf for safe-keeping. When life has worn you down, open it and enjoy Bob and Ray's effervescent genius once again.

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Bob and Ray’s style quickly took shape. As the cultural historian Gerald Nachman wrote, they never felt a need to destroy their targets, preferring to tickle them to death with a well-aimed feather. Within a few months, WHDH gave them their own show, Matinee With Bob and Ray. New Englanders liked their patter so much that the station soon gave them another, Breakfast With Bob and Ray. Image. After five years in Boston, they went to New York, auditioned for NBC and were given a 13-week contract. They quit their jobs in Boston and started doing a one-hour Saturday night show on NBC radio in 1951. They soon made the transition to television. Not all the critics loved them: Jack Gould of The New York Times dismissed them as an incredibly inept ‘comedy’ team that delivered pedestrian theatrics.

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Five episodes of the series were released on VHS in 1993 under the title RAY BRADBURY'S CHRONICLES: THE MARTIAN EPISODES. The episodes were: Mars Is Heaven, The Concrete Mixer, The Martian, And the Moon Be Still As Bright, and The Earthmen.

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Ray Goulding said that Matinee with Bob and Ray sounded better than Matinob with Ray and Bob. They continued on the air for over four decades on the NBC, CBS, and Mutual networks, and on New York City stations WINS, WOR, and WHN. In their last incarnation, they were heard on National Public Radio, ending in 1987.

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1-1 Opening: Wilbur Finds A New Theme 1:00
1-2 The Life & Loves Of Linda Lovely: Fielding Wants Money, Peanut Butter Sandwiches 3:42
1-3 Bob Elliott Soundalike Tryout: "Thomas Jefferson" & "Charles Dickens" Interviewed 6:46
1-4 Tryout Continues: 4-Way Cold Tablets; Fitch Shampoo; "Thistle Blossom" The Cat 3:38
1-5 Mary Backstayge, Noble Wife: Fielding Takes Over Skunkhaven's Radio Station 4:02
1-6 Wally Ballou Announcer Tryout: Princeton Mutation Fake Fur Commercial 1:00
1-7 Charles The Poet: Love Poem 2:41
1-8 Dean Archer Armstead: Advice On Crabgrass; Wally Ballou: Traffic Report 5:33
1-9 WINS Station Break And Weather Report 1:23
1-10 Mary Backstayge, Noble Wife: Sming Smog, The Giant Skunk, At The Home Expo 4:25
1-11 Arthur Sturdley: Carmel Quinn; WINS Station Break; Dippit Cones Commercial 2:17
1-12 Mary Backstayge, Noble Wife: Mary Meets Sming Smog 4:25
1-13 Commercial: Slenderella 0:48
1-14 Mary Backstayge, Noble Wife: Sming Smog Escapes Into New York City 3:41
1-15 Flower Arranging Convention: Mrs. Bertha Upland Lockland 2:09
1-16 Mary Backstayge, Noble Wife: Sming Smog Enters Carnegie Hall 3:47
1-17 Bob & Ray Overstocked Warehouse: 1938 Calendars On Sale 2:14
1-18 Mary Backstayge, Noble Wife: Sming Smog Scales The Empire State Building 4:43
1-19 Outro: Write If You Get Work, Hang By Your Thumbs 0:22
NBC Montior
2-1 Monitor Intro 0:10
2-2 Aunt Penny's Sunlit Kitchen: Chicken Fat Cake, The Bellmore's Personal Submarine 4:34
2-3 Arthur Sturdley: Easting Time 1:11
2-4 Matt Neffer: Matt & Todd Find Some Soap In The Mailbox, Matt Buys A Loaf Of Bread 3:45
2-5 Wally Ballou At Sturdleyland: Walt Sturdley's Brother Describes Chridren's Attractions 3:38
2-6 Steve Bosco Reports On Baseball 2:21
2-7 Seasearch: Flipper Martin, Freelance Skindiver 2:54
2-8 Giraffe Collector's Club 6:58
2-9 Mr. Trace, Keener Than Most Persons: The Poisoned Doughnut Case 3:53
2-10 Jack Headstrong, All-American American: Looking For Wicked J. Montgomery Sting 3:18
2-11 Unusual Occupations: Pants Pressing School 2:32
2-12 Inside Bob & Ray: Intro; Public Service Message; Bob & Ray Counterfeiting School 6:40
2-13 Stop That Tune: Running For Dollars 2:10
2-14 Your Sanitation Department In Action: Looking For Garbage 3:24
2-15 Bob & Ray Top Melody Call: The Week's Most Popular Song 2:21
2-16 Matt Neffer, Boy Spotwelding King Of The World: Film In The Attic 2:57
2-17 The Hasselberger Veal Cutlet Theater: Mechanical Ability Test 3:06
2-18 Webley Webster's Book Review: "Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm" 2:40
2-19 Outro: Carpet Commercial; WRCA Station Break 0:27
CBS Radio Network
3-1 Intro; Bob & Ray Girls: Chorus Line, Webley L. Webster, Dance Director 3:32
3-2 Clifford Flemming At The Bob & Ray Weather Station 2:32
3-3 CBS Radio Promo: Mitch Miller Show Preview 1:08
3-4 World Report: Phil Fish In London; Brad Balloon In Paris; Emory Tisdale In Brisbane 3:03
3-5 Mary McGoon: A New Game, "Scrabbopoly" 3:13
3-6 WCBS Promo And Sign Off 0:37
3-7 Bob Elliott & Ray Goulding Present The CBS Radio Network: Friday, The Thirteenth - Webley Webster, Wally Ballou, Mary McGoon's Mishaps 4:30
3-8 CBS Radio Promos: Gunsmoke; Palladin; Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar; Suspense 0:57
3-9 Natalie Attired, Song Sayer: Pratt Institute Alma Mater 2:57
3-10 Commercial: Fitch Dandruff Remover Shampoo 1:46
3-11 Wally Ballou From The State Fair In Tickahoe, Ohio 3:32
3-12 Bob Elliott & Ray Goulding Present The CBS Radio Network: Fight In The Hall; Chester Hasbrouck Frisbee Complains 3:25
3-13 Everyman Hall Of Fame: Sheepskin Scroll To Lester Lash For Cementing A Crack In The Sidewalk 3:25
3-14 CBS Radio Promos: Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar; Suspense; Gunsmoke 0:48
3-15 Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Office Candidate: Loses Debate 3:04
3-16 Commercial: Pepsi Cola 0:59
3-17 Chester Hasbrouck Frisbee's Revenge; Outro 1:33
3-18 Bob Elliott & Ray Goulding Present The CBS Radio Network From California: Fish Report; Webley Webster Plays "Jealousy" On The Organ; Columbia Stereo Portable Phonograph Commercial 6:47
3-19 Travel Tips: Russian Vacation Advice 3:36
3-20 Promo: Art Linkletter's House Party 1:09
3-21 Wally Ballou Interviews A Man Who Makes Pull Cords For Butlers 1:41
3-22 Outro: Words To Live By; Write If You Get Work, Hang By Your Thumbs 0:41
WOR / Mutual
4-1 Opening: Song "Bob, Bob, Bob and Ray, Ray, Ray" 0:36
4-2 Widen Your Horizons: How To Use Dental Floss 3:16
4-3 Elmer W. Litzinger, Spy: Lisbon Adventure 3:36
4-4 Unusual Occupations: Professional Splasher 2:30
4-5 Mr. Trace, Keener Than Most Persons: Stolen False Teeth Murder Clue 3:15
4-6 Barry Campbell: "Combat Mess Sergeant" TV Series; 4th Major League 5:36
4-7 One Fella's Family: The Junk Man 3:05
4-8 Souvenir Auction: Ray's Hat 3:33
4-9 Wally Ballou At The Acme Hi Fidelity Plant 2:20
4-10 Mutual Station Break & Commercial For Your Local Druggist 0:48
4-11 WOR Station Break: Spectacular Opening Number; Webley Webster Wants To Dance 1:33
4-12 The Westerners: Slim Gets Off His Horse 3:28
4-13 Bad News: Smell-O-Rama Closes Down; Webley Sues Bob & Ray For Insulting Him 3:21
4-14 The Gathering Dusk: Red Boiling Springs Movie Theater 2:52
4-15 Road Map Maker Makes Deliberate Mistakes 2:49
4-16 The Life & Loves Of Linda Lovely: Uncle Eugene And Rickey Are Missing 3:53
4-17 McBeeBee Twins Enter The Frozen Custard Business 2:18
4-18 Biff Burns Talks To A Fisherman Who Uses His Thumb As Bait 3:06
4-19 TV Critic, Crawford Paisley: Egyptian Soldiers In A News Program 2:53
4-20 Wally Ballou: Freelance Toll House Tender, Chester Quertus 2:33
4-21 Outro

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Radio Foundation, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – The Radio Foundation, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Digital Island Studios


  • Compilation Producer – Peter Bochan
  • Mastered By – Bill Siegmund
  • Producer – Larry Josephson
  • Written By, Performer – Bob Elliott , Ray Goulding
  • Written-By [Additional Material] – Tom Koch

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 781892 091567
  • Other (ISBN above barcode): 1-892091-56-9

Bob And Ray - The Lost Episodes, Volume Four - The New York Years, Part 3: WINS, CBS, NBC, WOR FLAC album

Performer: Bob And Ray

Title: The Lost Episodes, Volume Four - The New York Years, Part 3: WINS, CBS, NBC, WOR

Date of release: 2002

Style: Radioplay, Comedy

Genre: Not music

Size MP3: 1731 mb

Size FLAC: 1393 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 297


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