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Slow down. Take your shoes off. Listen to a story. Maybe have tea? We could have pie. And talk about the old days a million miles away.

Welcome to our shows.

Harris & Ewing, photographer. Family Group Listening to Radio?. United States, None. [Between 1921 and 1929] [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, don’t have nearly enough conversations any more. It’s not our fault. It’s the way the world has changed. We used to find out about everything and everyone from the local gossip or the local paper. The small ones printed lots of great stories. Still do.

Then, radio came along. We’ve moved well beyond what radio back then could offer. Yet, there is still something special about being able to sit back, close your eyes, and let the voices you hear take you to another world. Not too far away but not too close either. Just a little bit different to make the stories interesting with enough of the same that you almost know what happens before it does. Stories that make you smile and cry and smile again. Stories you want to listen to again.

Tell me a story
of princesses and kings
with swords and jewels
and magical things,
where the heroes could be me
and the tales they tell
of worlds far away
carry me home.

with swords and jewels and magical things
with swords and jewels and magical things

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