What if The Andy Griffith Show had been on the radio? I mean old time radio? Wouldn’t it be great to discover that there were unknown scenes with the folks from Mayberry starring in them?
For the next two episode of Two Chairs, we’ll explore that thought. Writer Joe Gritton has provided a wonderful script featuring Mayberry barber, Floyd Lawson, and door-to-door salesman, Bert Miller. The episode is done in the spirit of Old Time Radio so sit back and use your mind’s eye to picture the goings on in our hometown of Mayberry, NC.
Part 1 of “Mayberry After Mid-day” we find Bert Miller walking down the sidewalk of Main Street heading from the Mayberry Grande toward the courthouse. As Bert nears Floyd’s barber shop, he slows down and considers sitting down for a rest on the bench outside the barber shop window. Let’s join them now in Mayberry and hear what happens. Listen…..
I hope you folks will enjoy this weeks podcast. WBMUTBB Chapter member Joe Gritton did a great job with the script! Thank you, Joe!
If you folks haven't been listening to the Two Chairs podcast, please give it a try. I've been doing the shows weekly for more than three and a half years now I believe Mayberry fans would really enjoy them. There are more than 54 hours of Mayberry fun in the 191 episodes of the podcast.
You do NOT need an iPod to listen. Just click the "play" button on the web site and you can start listening. OR you can click play on the video version of the podcast and watch & listen too. Both options are right there on the site.
I hope you enjoy the show!
I missed this weeks podcast, but soon as I can I will catch up. I do really enjoy these, kinda brings life to our favorite tv show!
Looking forward to this raido show style presentation, I think we all can listen and close our eyes and envision the scenes as we are so familiar with Mayberry!
I hope you enjoy it. I had fun doing it but it was SEVERAL hours of work...fun as it may be.
Ol' Jud told me that years and years ago, he used to listen to broadcasts out of Mt Pilot on a "cat's whisker" crystal set. Before that he said he was getting his news via telegraph when he worked weekends at Western Union.