As the editor of a large city news paper, you hear many, many touching stories. Late at night, when the morning edition is ready to be put to bed, it can be a happy time to unwind with a really good cup of coffee, and perhaps share a few of those stories, usually the ones that will never make it to the pages of the newspaper, with your young assistant.
This is the premise of Night Editor. The old time radio stories were written and performed by Hal Burdick, and originated in the mid 1940s. Burdick performs all of the voices in the program, except for the announcer's role which is taken by Bill Baldwin. READ MORE
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