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Joyce Jordan, M. D.

Alternate titles:
  • Joyce Jordan, Girl Intern (see also Joyce Jordan MD)

    Premiere Episode: 1938-05-30
    Final Episode: 1955-07-01

    Genre(s):
    Serial Drama

    RadioGoldindex Listing

    Broadcast History:

    Dates: 5/30/1938 - 5/26/1939
    Network: CBS
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Starting time: 9:30AM
    Sponsor: McKesson & Robbins (Caloz Tooth Powder, Albolene) (1938)
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 7/3/1939 - 1942
    Network: CBS
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
    Sponsor: General Foods
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 1942 - 3/23/1945
    Network: CBS
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Starting time: 2:00PM
    Sponsor: General Mills
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 3/26/1945 - 10/8/1948
    Network: NBC
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Sponsor: Dreft
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 12/10/1951 - 4/11/1952
    Network: ABC
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Sponsor: Lever Brothers
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 1/3/1955 - 7/1/1955
    Network: NBC
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Starting time: 10:15AM
    Sponsor: Sustaining
    Length of show: 15 minutes

  • Series Synopsis: 15-minute daily serial drama centered on the experiences of a young female doctor torn between marriage and a career. After Joyce passed her medical exams (1942-43 season) the show was renamed Joyce Jordan, M.D. Joyce practiced in the small town of Preston and later became a brilliant surgeon. (Handbook of Old-Time Radio p.400)
    Series Theme: Poem (My Moonlight Madonna)
    Creator: ***  
    Cast: Vera Allen
    Joan Banks(Mildred)
    Jackson Beck
    Ed Begley
    Frank Behrens
       
    Director: Himan Brown
     Mende Brown
     Milton Brown
     Ted Corday
     Arthur Hanna
    Announcer: Ed Herlihy
     Ron Rawson
     Ken Roberts
     Charles Stark
     Richard Stark