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Dig Out the Autoclave, it's Toews on the Waves!

If you thought last week's show was repugnant, you're sure to be even more repulsed by this week's stellar edition of Toews on the Waves. The low-down on when, where and how to listen is at the end of this message.

This week on the show, in our fifteen-minute spotlight, we feature songs about flowers. Yes, those beautiful, expensive, meaningful, expensive, fragrant, expensive, much-loved, expensive products of nature, flowers: roses, flowers on wallpaper, flowers in general, we've got them all covered this week on Toews on the Waves. Plus, as always, Songs I Can't Stand, Ripley's Believe It or Not, and the usual whole lot more. Who invented the automatic transmission? Find out during this week's Toews on the Waves, by using Google during the boring parts.

We start off hour #2 of the program with an episode of The Life of Riley, starring William Bendix as Riley. In this episode, an old boyfriend of Peg's drops by for a visit, much to Riley's chagrin. We then drop in on the household of Phil Harris and Alice Faye, where it seems there's some trouble brewing between Phil and one of the sponsor's daughters.

Yes, it's the most fun you can legally have without a jar of spaghetti sauce and a spoon straw, it's Toews on the Waves!

TOTW first airs Sundays at 6:00 PM Central (7:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM
Pacific, Mondays at 0:00 UTC). The program is repeated the following
Wednesday at 10:00 PM Central, 11:00 PM Eastern, 8:00 PM Pacific,
Thursdays at 04:00 UTC.. It is repeated again Saturdays at noon Central,
1:00 PM Eastern, 10:00 AM Pacific, 18:00 UTC. To listen, simply follow the
links at, or simply plug these addresses directly into your
media player:

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