Radio Drama-That Crazy Girl

In the radio days of the 1930’s and 1940’s, the family gathered around the Zenith at night only to be spellbound as they listened to the dramatized tales of adventure, thrillers and torrid romances. The mood, emotions, and excitement these elaborate radio dramas elicited are timeless, and we still enjoy some of the shows from radio drama’s heyday — The Shadow, Suspense, and Whistler.

In the spirit of these classic radio plays, BroadlLit has created its own radio drama. 

So grab a comfy chair, pour yourself a nice beverage, gather up friends and family, close your eyes and transport yourself back to an earlier time where male pilots ruled the air and the skies were “no place for a woman.” That is, until Myra Starr Gary changed the world of men. Enjoy our podcast of That Crazy Girl by BroadLit with a vintage romance story from the 1930′s. Taken from the pages of the April 1937 issue of True Romances, we proudly present the radio drama of That Crazy Girl!



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