PRLog - June 11, 2014 - NAPANOCH, N.Y. -- Joe Bevilacqua will portary British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in History Channel's extended version of the TV mini-series The World Wars.
Joe Bevilacqua portrays "Monty" for History Channel's The World Wars, June 22
The World Wars is a three-part, six hour event miniseries by the History Channel that premiered Memorial Day. The extended version of the series with never before seen footage will be broadcast on H2 and in more than 160 countries on June 22, 2014.
The veteran Award-winning public radio producer's career has taken him into every aspect of show business, including stage, film and television, as a producer, director, writer, author, actor, and even cartoonist.
Bevilacqua landed the role due to his striking resemblance to the World Ward II hero and because he can do a spot on British dialect.
As of June 2014, Joe Bevilacqua produces 14 regularly airing radio series, and 34 hours of new radio per month, running on station around the world, including WGTD, Wisconsin Public Radio, BearMnaor Radio, WHRO-Norfolk, VA, Pawling Public Radio, Radio New Zealand, and others.
All 14 series are podcasts, via iTunes, Tunein.com, joebev.com, and others, as well as via a free SmartPhone app. More at http://www.waterlogg.com.
The latest Joe Bev series:
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour
Camp Waterlogg: Peter Bergman and the End of the World
With special guest star Philip Proctor
Philip Proctor says, ''Peter Bergman and the End of the World is a piece I was inspired to write after losing my dear friend, collaborator and Firesign partner to leukemia in March 2012. I chose to premiere the story on Comedy-O-Rama because of my admiration for Joe and Lorie's comic consistency over the years and because I know that their audience is the perfect place to perpetuate the memory of Peter's genius and stimulate an online interest in his legacy through Radio Free Oz, The Firesign Theatre and Proctor & Bergman. I know Peter would've loved it… Thanks, J & L ~ Philip!''
The Joe Bev Experience
Tales From the Kerrville Folk Festival
The weekly radio anthology hour presents a different aspect of the diverse audio career of Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev). The Kerrville Folk Festival ran from May 22 to June 8, 2014. Joe Bev and his wife Lorie Kellogg camped out at the festival for five days in 1999 to created this program.
Tom Terrific Part 1
Host Joe Bev presents listener Kevin Butler talks about TV theme songs, the story of the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive (now called Animation Resources-http://animationresources.org) with June Foray, Jerry Beck, Steve Worth, rare Popeye cartoon raw tracks, Daws Butler teaches voices (1976), Willoughby and the Professor Goes to Hollywood part 1 (1972), Popeye in Giantland part 2 (1935), Huckleberry Hound narrates a rare Yogi Bear cartoon (1958), Paul Frees as Ludwig Von Drake sings The Spectrum Song in the very first Disney's Wonderful World of Color, part two (1961) , Captain Kangaroo, Mr. Moose, Tom Terrific Robinsnest Caruso part 1 and The Green Grass Grew All Around (1958).
The Joe Bev Audio Theater
The Whithering of Willoughby and the Professor: Their Ways in the Worlds
Episode 5: 'Your Separate World Lines'' or I'm Big and You're Small
Written by Robert J. Cirasa and Joe Bevilacqua, produced, directed and voiced by Joe Bevilacqua
The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes
Episode 4: A Study in Lavender
Written by Joe Bevilacqua and Daws Butler
Produced and Directed by Joe Bevilacqua
Performed by Vernon Morris, Henry J. Quinn, Jan Meredith, Terri Price and Joe Bevilacqua
The Joe Bev Hour Sunday Edition
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour: Camp Waterlogg: Ask Dimitri
What an honor to have Rick on our radio show this week. Listeners are in for something special, says Comedy-O-Rama creator/performer Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev).
Rick Overton and Joe Bev. first met while performing the New Jersey college circuit in 1979 and shared the bill at New York's Improvisation in the early 1980s.
On the show, Rick Overton plays Dimitri, a Russian mobster visiting the fictional camp. There is also a parody of the B-52s song Rock Lobster, installments of The Adventures of Teaman and Willoughby and the Professor. Lum & Abner and more.
The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
Hells Bells - Art Kassel and his Kassels in the Air (1932)
Bye-Bye Blackbird - The George Olsen Orchestra - RCA Victor (1926)
No One Knows What It's All About - Bennie Krueger and his Orchestra (1924)
On a Night Like This - Benjamin Franklin Hotel Orchestra, Howard Lanin (1925)
Sugar Babe, I'm Leavin'! - Blue Steele and His Orchestra (1927)
Gold Digger - Johnny Ringer's Rosemont Orchestra (1927)
San - Alabama Red Peppers (1928)
September In The Rain - Jack Hyden and His Orchestra (1937)
You're the Cream in My Coffee - Sam Lanin's Majestic Dance Orchestra (1928)
Pastafazoola - Harry Reser and His Six Jumping Jacks (1927)
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate = Ray Miller Orchestra (1928)
Rhythm of the Day - Adrian Schubert Orchestra (The Clevelanders)
Crazy Rhythm - Fred Elizalde Band (1928)
Whoopee! Medley - Bob Haring's Velvetone Orchestra (1928)
Hells Bells - Art Kassel and his ''Kassels in the Air'' (1933)
The Voice Actor Show
Host Joe Bev and guest Bob Bergen, the current voice of Porky Pig. Blast From The Past: The Jack Benny Show (11/25/51) - Jack and Mary See Golden Girl with Dennis' Mother (Verna Felton).
Lorie's Book Nook
Host Lorie Kellogg and guest Fredrick Tucker, author of biography of Verna Felton, published by BearManor Media, and Blast From The Past: Abbott & Costello #48: Football Game with Harold Peary & Verna Felton from (1/20/44).
The J-OTR Show
Host Joe Bev presents Tom Mix Meets Tom Mix, a mix of new and old time radio, including:
The Secret Mission (5/8/45), The Bodiless Horseman (2010), The Vanishing Village - part 2 (8/13/45).
The Lost OTR Show #1
Host Joe Bev presents an hour of recently discovered rare old time radio, not heard since their original broadcasts, including: The Cisco Kid #17: The Fighting Editor and Blondie #1 (10/30/39).
The Lost OTR Show #2
Host Joe Bev presents an hour of recently discovered rare old time radio, not heard since their original broadcasts, including: A Date with Judy #1: Tiger & Bulldog Drummond: A Dinner with Death (3/23/45).
Fred Frees Favorites
Host Fred Frees presents an hour an audio from BearManor Media, including: The Music of Al Lerner, Don't Wear Silver in the Winter by Janet Cantor Gari, Journey Thru the Unknown by Murray Langston, The Unknown Comic, and Fred Frees Presents Profile.
What's Cookin' with Chef Steve
Host Chef Steve Mendoza presents Lost Frank Sinatra, Jack Benny, BearManor Summer Reading and Grilling with guest Dr Glenn Berger, former recording engineer at A&R records under Phil Ramone and the music of Frank Sinatra.
Audio Classics Archive
Host Terry Salomonson host an hour of OTR from his personal vault. This time:
Lux Radio Theatre #145 - Stella Dallas with Barbara Stanwyck & John Boles (October 11, 1937)
Produced by Joe Bevilacqua
VIDEO: Joe Bev dreams of audio books!