Audio by year 2013_2014


4:12 minutes (3.85 MB)

In this installment of "A Trip Around Columbus", Clintonville was home to an amusement park (Olentangy Park), a famous Indian (Bill Moose), and Beechwold was the original home of the Columbus Zoo. Clintonville is also home to the Park of Roses.

Gahanna & New Albany

4:38 minutes (4.24 MB)

This installment of "A Trip Around Columbus" takes us to the Northeast part of Franklin County. New Albany's original name was "Hope", when it was founded by William Yantis and Noble Landon in 1837. Gahanna comes from the Native American term "merging of the three creeks". This segment includes the neighborhood formerly known as Wonderland and Wexley, which was the launching pad for growth in New Albany behind Les Wexner.

Whitehall & The East Side

3:49 minutes (3.5 MB)

This installment of "A Trip Around Columbus" takes us to Whitehall and the east side neighborhoods of Berwick, Eastmoor, and East Columbus.

The Lawrence Welk Show (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)

59:02 minutes (54.05 MB)

# 77 - The Kentucky Fried Radio I (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)

59:32 minutes (54.52 MB)

Tonight is a rebroadcast of "The Kentucky Fried Radio", which was originally broadcast on April 1, 2013.

This episode includes sketches that are spoofs of "Sesame Street", "Mystery Diners", and a car commercial.

Also included was a mention of the 50th anniversary of the long-running soap opera "General Hospital".

It's 10:00 on a Sunday Night and Ohio State Still Sucks (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)

58:58 minutes (54 MB)

Tonight, a preview of the Ohio State/Michigan game (originally aired on November 25, 2013).

Also Included:
- The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
- Hanukkah
- Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination