Christmas Eve/Day Schedule

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We hope you enjoy WFIN's Christmas Eve and Christmas Day programming. You will be able to listen to the following shows on-air, on-line and on-mobile. Merry Christmas and All The Best in the New Year. Click here to Listen On-Line.
9-10amMiracle on 34th Street—the Lux Radio Theatre production from 1947 with Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara and John Payne recreating their movie roles.
Christmas Choirs
Presented on WFIN by the Instrument Care Center, LaRiche Chevrolet Cadillac and Blanchard Valley Health System with participating sponsorship from: RPM Carbide Dye, Arlington Pharmacy, DNC Hydraulic Service, Lauger’s Carpet One, Arlington Good Samaritan, Harold Shuck Inc., McComb Family Dental, Arlington Athletic Boosters and Ohio Conveyor and Supply Company.
10-11amUniversity of Findlay Concert Band
11-11:15amCory Rawson High School
11:15-11:30amVanlue High School
11:30-NoonFindlay High School
Noon-12:30pmArlington High School
12:30-1:00pmVan Buren High School
1:00-1:30pmBluffton University
1:30-2:00pmArcadia High School
2:00-3:00pmUniversity of Findlay Concert-Chorale
3:00-3:15pmMcComb High School
3:15-3:30pmLiberty Benton High School
3:30-4:00pmFindlay First Edition
4:00-5:00pmIt’s a Wonderful Life—the 1947 Lux Radio Theatre production with James Stewart as George Bailey and Donna Reed as Mary Hatch.
5:00pm-8:00amAn American Christmas—hosted by Chip Davis, founder of the top-selling group Mannheim Steamroller. The stories and legends surrounding the holiday, all keyed to today’s popular and traditional Christmas music. Sure, there's Mannheim music, but also all the traditional music of the holiday, too.
Presented by Lauger’s Carpet One, Blanchard Valley Health System and Sink’s Flower Shop and Greenhouse.
8:00-9:00amA Christmas Carol—the CBS/Campbell Playhouse production that originally aired on Christmas Eve in 1939. Narrated by Orson Welles and starring Lionel Barrymore as Scrooge.
Old Time Radio Christmas Shows
Presented by Bridge Home Health and Hospice and Arlington Pharmacy.
9:00-9:30amAmos ‘n’ Andy—the traditional Christmas episode
9:30-10:00amFibber McGee and Molly—“Making Christmas Cards” (1949)
10:00-10:30amMilton Berle—“Salute to Christmas” (1947)
10:30-11:00amRed Skelton—“The Little Christmas Tree” (1951)
11:00am-NoonCommand Performance--“Christmas Show” (1942) . Command Performance was one of the few radio shows that were sent overseas to boost the morale of US Troops during World War 2. This program stars Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters, Jack Benny and many more and also contains the “Fred Allen Christmas Program."
Noon-12:30pmJack Benny—“Christmas Shopping for Perfume and a Necktie” (1939)
12:30-1:00pmBing Crosby—“Crosby Family Christmas” (1950)
1:00pm-MidnightAn American Christmas
Presented by Lauger’s Carpet One, Blanchard Valley Health System and Sink’s Flower Shop and Greenhouse.