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Old time radio returns

Kansas Radio Theatre is a new comedy and music radio program with a live audience airing on more than 10 radio stations across the U.S. state.
The hour-long show includes family-friendly skits, music, and a variety of local and national talent.
Ray Wills, the show's producer says: "I don't think people in Kansas really stop to realize how much talent we have here. We have great musicians, writers, actors and singers. I think we're going to celebrate that on the show every week."
The project was created by Wills and Don Winsor. Wills produces, narrates and acts in the show while Winsor writes the scripts.
Wills said he enjoyed radio dramas when he was a child, but it's no longer a popular format. He started the project because he wanted to revive the format he grew up loving.
"Nowadays, obviously with television, film, Netflix and Facebook, people have gotten away from using their imagination. "It's easy to just sit and binge on a Netflix series, but if you're listening to the radio, it's so much more fun. I've found the kids love it and seniors love it because they know the art form.”

Locally the show can be heard at 6 p.m. Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays on 92.3 FM KKGQ. Search for Q923 Wichita on TuneIn.


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