Last week October 16th was Noah Webster's Birthday, and his Party continues.
To refresh your memory, he published his 1st Dictionary in 1806 and followed that up with an expanded two volume version in 1828.
What a marvelous tool for us American users, as it is different from British Dictionaries with their different spellings and meanings.
I use it a lot for pronunciations in Voiceovers.
The best way to celebrate the man is with Words, so it's Words Songs as the Theme!
All you need is Some Time and Some Words.
Among the stops in this Chapter are Onomatopoeia, Punctuation, Auctioneers and Comedy.
I have a couple of Standards in here too.
All things considered, it's a different sounding Episode.
But for Radio, that's a GOOD thing, lol!
Here are the links to some Gift-Wrapped Words, at Mike Pell Rockollections: