“Forgotten Hollywood”- Weekly Radio Show Planned…

Posted on December 17, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…


   In addition to the development of a theatrical documentary in the works for my paperback, Southern Californians will now have the opportunity to enjoy Forgotten Hollywood – The Radio Program. The show is scheduled to debut on THE SPA RADIO – AM 1510 / AM 1450, heard throughout the Inland Empire, Orange County, and Northern San Diego County areas.

   Program Director Jeff Gehringer is looking to insert the program into their Weekend Lineup,  tentatively scheduled for Sunday, January 9th at 3p. Moreover, a companion podcast will give folks from around the country a chance to enjoy the hour-long show if they miss, or out of radio-range of, Sunday’s weekly airing.

   Forgotten Hollywood will focus on movie music from Hollywood’s Golden Age, air occasional interviews with movie legends and cinema-related individuals, and conclude with an On The Backlot segment with current news relating to the Studio Era. We intend to incorporate a few snippets of sound from your favorite classic films, which I hope will take you back in time.

   I’m thrilled at the prospect of returning to radio after a short hiatus, and to share whimsical and nostalgic stories that will compliment Standards from a bygone era.

   Currently, the two stations are featuring Holiday tunes. For more info on THE SPA RADIO  programming, visit their website:


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   And, thanks to one of my pupils at The Academy of Radio & Television Broadcasting,  Remzi Gokmen, for producing a Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History commercial. It will play on my show, and throughout the week on KSPA.

   Remzi can place the effort on his resume as an initial radio credit. CONGRATULATIONS, my friend.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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