Uncle Don facts for kids
Uncle Don is a children's radio program that aired on WOR radio from 1928 to 1947. The host was Uncle Don Carney, a former vaudeville performer (real name Howard Rice, 1897–1954). The half-hour program was broadcast daily, five or six days a week.
Over the program's long run, announcers included Jack Barry, Joe Bolton, Norman Brokenshire, Barry Gray, Arthur Hale, Frank Knight, Henry Morgan, and Floyd Neal.
Uncle Don's Strange Adventures, a 1936 Big Little Book, retells Carney's story about a mystery cruiser.
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