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Re-Imagine Radio Presents

Graphic Design by Holly Slocum Design

A Note from the Producer

Every holiday season since 2013, Re-Imagined Radio has offered a version of the Charles Dickens classic tale, A Christmas Carol. We thought this year to do something different.

And so, we present the best bits from Christmas episodes of seven very different radio programs. Hence our episode title, "A Radio Christmas Sampler."

See the "Background" section, below, for details regarding the radio programs and Christmas episodes we sampled.

We hope you will enjoy listening to "A Radio Christmas Sampler," either on KXRW-FM or KXRY-FM radio or via live stream. Re-Imagined Radio is also on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Please find us, friend us, and share your thoughts.Thank you for your support of Re-Imagined Radio throughout this year. Happy Holidays and best wishes for the New Year everyone!


John Barber
Producer and Host

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Background

NBC promotional photographs featuring the radio shows Rocky Fortune and Vic and Sade.

We sample Christmas episodes from seven different radio programs for "A Radio Christmas Sampler." 

These include a scene with Scrooge and another with Tiny Tim from our 2020 broadcast of "A Radio Christmas Carol" by Metropolitan Performing Arts, who also provide Christmas songs throughout. Selections from "Vic’s Christmas Card List" highlight the unique humor and love of outlandish names that are so much a part of the series Vic and Sade, 1932-1944, created and written by Paul Rhymer. "Dancing Dan’s Christmas," from The Damon Runyon Theatre, 1949, speaks to how, at Christmas, we may chart a new course for our lives. "Decorating the Christmas Tree," proves a shocking experience for Jack Benny, host of the 1951 Christmas episode of The Jack Benny Program. "Department Store Santa" samples a performance by Frank Sinatra from the Christmas 1953 episode of his little-known radio series, Rocky Fortune. "Korean Christmas Carol" considers, from a paranormal perspective, being away from family and friends at Christmas, in our sample from the Christmas 1959 episode of Suspense. Our "Radio Christmas Sampler" closes with a joyful rendition of "Jingle Bells" by Bing Crosby and others sampled from the 1944 Christmas episode of Bing Crosby and The Kraft Music Hall.

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Credits

Script by John Barber
Sound Design and Post Production by Marc Rose of Fuse Audio Design
Social Media by Regina Carol Social Media Management
Promotional Graphics by Holly Slocum Design
Produced and hosted by John Barber

How to Listen

KXRW FM, Vancouver, WA
1:00-2:00 PM PT, third Monday of each month
6:00-7:00 PM PT, Sunday evenings, past episodes broadcast 
Tune radio to 99.9 FM 
or Point your browser to KXRW.FM, press the large "Play" button at the top of the page.

KXRY FM, (aka XRAY), Portland, OR
Tune radio to 91.1 FM or 107.1 FM
or Point your browser to KXRY.FM, press the large "Play" button at the top of the page.

Or, use the XRAY App, available through the Apple and Android stores.

Or, program Amazon's Alexa to play KXR

The following radio stations broadcast and stream episodes of Re-Imagined Radio after the initial broadcast date.


KMWV FM, Salem, OR
Tune radio to 98.3 FM
or Point your browser to KMWV Internet radio

KUIK AM, Portland, OR
Tune radio to 1360 AM 

or Point your browser to KUIK Internet radio

CKXU FM, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

Tune radio to 88.3 FM
or Point your browser to CKXU FM, press the "Play" button at the top of the page.

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ALWAYS ONLINE

Can't listen live? Visit  Re-Imagined Radio website and listen to past episodes on demand and at your convenience. Each new episode is available after its initial broadcast. Some episodes are available as "enhanced versions" best enjoyed with headphones while sitting comfortably. It's all part of the service.
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Upcoming Episode

Next month, Re-Imagined Radio presents The Voices performing a radio adaptation of Richard Holeton's epic and award-winning hypertext novel, Figurski at Findhorn on Acid. Based on real life characters, an intentional New Age community, and yes, THAT acid, Holeton's novel is called "electronic literature too big for a single genre." We agree and offer a radio sensorium, a slice of this unique literary work. Listen to "Figurski at Findhorn on Acid," Monday, 17 January, 1:00 PM, KXRW-FM and KXRY-FM.

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

RADIO REACH

Reach listeners locally in the Vancouver-Portland metroplex, regionally from Longview to Salem,  internationally all across Canada with broadcast episodes of Re-Imagined Radio, and globally with on demand Internet streaming.

PERFORMANCE AND PROMOTIONAL INCLUSION

Have your company name included in a broadcast and/or placed on promotional posters and social media posts for an episode of Re-Imagined Radio

SUPPORTING LIVE ARTS

We believe in the transformative power of live arts in a community. Your sponsorship invests directly into our community by making Re-Imagined Radio possible not only for listeners but also the actors, musicians, engineers, writers and students involved.
To learn more about sponsoring Re-Imagined Radio, contact our Producer, John Barber.
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