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ArtistFirst Welcomes Our Newest Show!

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Remember Again is a tribute show honoring stars and celebrities no longer with us. Wes Britton had the privilege to interview in-depth over the years before they left us. Actors will include Dawn Wells (Gilligan’s Island), Van Williams (The Green Hornet), Richard Anderson (Six Million Dollar Man), Hugh O’Brien (Wyatt Earp),  Patty Duke, Ed Asner.  William Link, co-creator of Columbo and David Ossman of the Firesign Theatre, will be remembered again. So too musicians Sam Andrew (Big Brother and the Holding Company), Leslie West (Mountain), Ben E. King, Bob Shane (Kingston Trio), and songwriter P.F. Sloan.
Along the way we’ll include tributes to past legends shared from those who knew them well like our shows remembering Monkee Davy Jones, Canned Heat frontman Al Wilson,  and bluesman Johnny Winter.


About your Host: Wesley Britton:

In the mid-'90s, despite being totally blind, Dr.  Wes Britton became a Mark Twain Scholar, traversing the United States delivering talks and presentations. It was during this time that his writing career blossomed, with Praeger Pub. publishing his first three books, “Spy Television,” "Beyond Bond: Spies in Fiction and Film" and "Onscreen and Undercover: The Ultimate Book of Movie Espionage." He wrote hundreds of book and music reviews, encyclopedia articles, a collection of his verse, and A string of novels, including a nine-book sci-fi series and "The Encyclopedia of TV Spies."   

Wesley delved into the world of radio in his college days, working in the newsroom of WVCS in the mid 70s. After moving to Dallas, he served as the weekend broadcast engineer for North Texas Radio for the Blind (NTRB) for 10 years. In 1979, he wrote and produced an award-winning radio campaign by his Wes Britton and Associates ad agency. He appeared frequently on radio and TV speaking on behalf of the disabled.

From 2007 to 2015, Wes co-hosted a major California radio show where he began interviewing celebrities. A parade of big names, including Loretta Swit (M.A.S.H), George Lazenby (the second James Bond), and film star June Lockhart, were but a few of the stars to grace his studio.

His latest radio show, "Flashback with Wesley Britton," has become a trailblazer in delivering exceptional content, securing groundbreaking stories and interviews. Now, his new “Remember Again” series joins “Flashback”  every other weekend to share entertainment history from the inside, from actors, musicians, to entertainment insiders who’ve shaped our lives, all our lives.



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July 20, 2024 Show

William Link

When actor Peter Falk died on June 23, 2011, Columbo co-creator William Link was dumbfounded. He thought the Hollywood press would be ringing his phone off the hook to interview him about Falk and his most famous role. That didn't happen.
So he called me.
We had enjoyed a good interview the fall before and he wondered if I'd like to do a special tribute to Falk and Columbo with him. "Of course", I replied.



July 6, 2024 Show

Wes Britton returns us to airing vintage interviews with entertainers no longer with us. First up, Marianne from Gilligen’s Island herself, Dawn Wells, sat down with Wes Britton in September 2014, long before she passed on Dec. 2020 at the age of 82. In the 2014 conversation, among other things, Dawn talked about her book, What would Marianne Do?


Then, we remember the passing of voice actor Larry Storch who left us July 8, 2022 at the age of 99. Back in Nov. 2010,   Larry regaled you with tales of F-Troop, Tennessee Tuxedo and Get Smart with memories of Don Adams, Tony Curtis . . .


To top off the hour, we got some great music from another ‘60s TV icon, Will Robinson, Bill Mumy.    (Of course, Bill is happily still with us . . .)



June 15, 2024 Show

The Bob Hope Legacy, the Bob & Dolores Hope Foundation and the Hope family are proud to announce the new Bob Hope Channel on YouTube sharing thousands of hours of classic entertainment!

The official Bob Hope archivist, Jim Hardy, will reveal all the insider news with you, and share many of his personal experiences with Hope on the Sat. June 15, Sun. June 16 broadcast of “Remember Again with Wes Britton” at 8:00 p.m. Eastern over the ArtistFirst radio network! Plus, Jim provided us with a ton of Bob Hope comedy bits that will liven up the hour-from stand-up monologues, sketches with famous guests on his shows and tours, to some classic Bob Hope music! We "hope" you enjoy the laugh riot. (pun intended)  You can explore the Bob Hope Official YouTube Channel and all the offerings waiting for you there at:



June 1, 2024 Show

On this edition of Remember Again, we’re joining the celebrations of the centenary of Theodore Bikel’s birth like the dedication of “THE THEODORE BIKEL SQUARE FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE” TO BE UNVEILED IN FRONT OF THE SAG-AFTRA BUILDING in LA “in recognition of Theo Bikel's enduring cultural legacy and many year leadership of the Actors’ Unions.” the city of Los Angeles decided, by a unanimous vote by City Council, to name the square after Theodore Bikel. Who is the gent worthy of such an honor?  As Bikel’s widow, Aimee Ginsburg Bikel will share with you, Bikel was a survivor of the Nazi holocaust who went on to be a major star on the stage-he was the original Captain Von Trapp in *The Sound of Music*-on film, as in *The Defiant Ones,* *The African Queen,* *My Fair Lady* --he was a mainstay of the Greenwich Village folk scene of the ‘60s, he was involved in peace activism in the American South and in South Africa, he recorded so many folk albums in 22 languages that Electra Records president Jac Holzman said Electra was built on the foundation Theo Bikel built. (Expect a lot of samples of Bikel’s multi-faceted musical career during Remember Again.) As Aimee will tell you, her late husband had many special lessons for us all to learn from.



May 18, 2024 Show

Before he left us on January 26, 2020 (aged 85, former Kingston Trio member Bob Shane sat down with Wes Britton to discuss the history of his ground-breaking group and its ongoing influence in popular culture.  Few musical groups can boast the wide-ranging legacy of the Kingston Trio. From 1957-1959, The Trio’s first five studio albums achieved number 1 chart status. By 1961, the group had sold more than eight million records, and For five consecutive weeks in November and December 1959, four Kingston Trio albums ranked in the top ten of Billboard's Top LPs chart. But the Trio’s presence went far beyond their own recordings and performances.  For one matter, they inspired a generation of imitators and fellow-travelers in a folk-music revival which pushed folk-based music out of the niche market it had occupied prior to the Trio's arrival and moved it into the mainstream of American popular music. They opened the door for major record labels to record and market both more traditional folk musicians and singer-songwriters as well.  That but scratches the surface of the Trio’s contributions which you can hear much more about from one of the group’s founding members, Bob Shane, on the Saturday May 18th edition of “Remember Again with Wes Britton.” But our own folk music revival has more for your weekend entertainment-Before he died on Mar 29, 2021, We Five founding member Jerry Burgan shared the autobiography of his group with Wes Britton including the story behind the group’s 1965 Number One hit “You Were On My Mind,” how one group member, Mike Stewart was brother to John Stewart of the Kingston Trio, and We Five’s place in popular culture.
Now-for dessert-Back in 2011, FWB bud Bill Mumy released an album called “The Kingston Trio: Thank You Kindly.” No one has been more personally influence by the Trio which Bill demonstrated in his reworking of 12 Trio tunes like “You’re Going to Miss Me (Frankie and Johnny)” which we’ll play for you.



May 4, 2024 Show

Davy Jones

The May 4 edition of “Remember Again with Wes Britton” is a very special program celebrating the legacy of entertainer, singer, songwriter, and performer, ex-Monkee Davy Jones! We share 3 classic interviews with folks who knew Davy well; Bill Wagner was Mayour of Beavertown, PA during the years Davy made it his special home; Johnny Blair was Davy’s producer and collaborator during Davy’s solo recordings; Buffy Ford Stewart was the inspiration for “Daydream Believer” and performed it with the ex-Monkee in his last studio recording! Buffy has many stories to tell about working with Davy, her late husband John Stewart of the Kingston Trio, and all three guests will offer many surprises for even the most knowledgeable Monkee fans! It’s a very special and memorable edition of “Remember Again” you won’t want to miss!



April 20, 2024 Show

Before his death on August 31, 2017 at the age of 91, actor Richard Anderson had a long distinguished career in Hollywood including playing Oscar Goldman from 1974 to 1978 and beyond on two successful sci-fi superhero series! In 2015, he told us all about his career in his memoir, *At Last... A Memoir, from the Golden Years of M-G-M and the Six Million Dollar Man to Now* and sat down with Wes Britton to share many of the highlights from his many roles on television and film.

We reprise that classic conversation on the April 20 edition of "Remember Again with Wes Britton" along with an encore of Wes's 2015 interview with the late Peter Ernest, a retired spy, director of the International Spy Museum, and co-author of the 2014 Harry Potter and the Art of Spying. In his interview with Wes Britton, Peter dived into the spy craft throughout the Potter series and shared why the co-authors believe Severus Snape is the best double agent ever. (Peter left us in Feb. 2022 at the age of 88.)


First Show:  April 6, 2024

A vintage interview with the late Big Brother and the Holding Company guitarist and vocalist Sam Andrew

Continuing our tribute to the'60s San Fran rock scene, we add an interview with Canned Heat drummer Alfredo De La Para paying tribute to past band-leader Al Wilson who died in 1970.