Nauck's Vintage Radio

The VRA 63 Bidder Request Show will be broadcast courtesy of Radio Dismuke beginning at 11AM Central Standard Time on Saturday, March 31 and will repeat continuously until midnight Sunday or whenever the last program hour is completed. Then we will re-broadcast the show on Saturday, April 7 and loop the show until midnight (when the auction closes). This will enable listeners to tune in and out as they are able, since it is difficult for most persons to find a contiguous 10 hour time block to set aside for listening purposes. As always, we will be featuring requests from Nauck customers and Radio Dismuke listeners.

The entire show runs about 10 hours long but it loops, so join in whenever you have some time available!

You may tune in to the program at Radio Dismuke's Tune-In Page. If you have any difficulties at all, go to Dismuke's Help Page.


Past Shows are available for purchase! 

If you missed our earlier Bidder Request Shows, all 24 broadcasts (from VRAs 39-63) are available for purchase. The cost is $20/show as mp3 files burned onto a single CD (playable on your computer). You will find the variety of material to be all-encompassing, being a veritable cornucopia of recorded gems ranging from jazz, comedy, dance bands, country and blues to opera, ethnic records and spoken word recordings. In addition to 78s, we play radio transcriptions and even cylinders using the Archeophone. Between tracks, your genial hosts strive to provide a little entertaining and informative commentary as well.

Note that our Bidder Request Show Cds contain bonus hours that were not part of the Internet broadcast, and that the audio resolution is much higher than what you hear when the program streams. Cds also include pdf files of the associated catalogs which will enable you to look up the records for more information as they are being played.

Click here to open up the playlist for VRA 62. Catalog lot numbers are shown; in most cases, only one side of each record is played. Asterisked lots are played only as fragments due to broadcast time limitations.

 Old catalogs may be had for $3 each if you don't have copies readily available for reference.