Stardust Time (1959) were short five-minute (including advertising time) entertainment vignettes intended to be broadcast at 25 minutes past the hour, Monday through Friday, featuring some of the bigger names in NBC radio at the time.
OTRR Release Information: Series Name: Stardust Time
Release Status: OTRR Curated
Release Date: December, 2021
Release Version: v 2112
Number of CDs: 1
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