Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Vic and Saved!

For some reason, the Library of Congress has chosen to save the "Vic and Sade" episode, "Decoration Day" as part of their collection, according to this article from the Washington Post.

Since "Decoration Day" was chosen, one would think whoever was in charge of choosing simply took the recording that was easiest to retrieve (either physically or via list) and chose that one, since it is the earliest known "Vic and Sade" recording left that we know about.

Monday, March 21, 2016

David Whitehouse in The Mysterious Stranger

David Whitehouse (directed by Homer Heck) did an episode of "Author's Playhouse" in 1944, called "The Mysterious Stranger".  The tale is a bit different and fun to listen to, as David was playing Russell at the time on "Vic and Sade".

Find it here.

Friday, March 18, 2016

Yet another Vic and Sade podcast!

True to our word, the 7th edition of The Vic and Sadecast is on the net and ready for you to spend an hour with.

While we do take the time every podcast to listen to three shows, three fans of "Vic and Sade" also share their own personal insight on each episode as well.

There's no interrupting or loss of train of thought, as all the critique is recorded separately.  I think this makes for a smoother podcast.

So if you haven't ever listened before, sit down for an hour and hear for yourself what's going on.

Find it here!

Saturday, March 5, 2016

Wow. it's the Vic and Sadecast #6!

It's hard to believe, but we are now up to show #6.  We welcome Shambles Constant to the show.  We really have a ton of fun.
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