Shep notices there's a difference between certain kinds of establishments in the Midwest as opposed to those on the East Coast. In this program from February 18, 1965; he notes drive-ins are totally difference concepts in the two areas.
PETA members beware! In this program from February 11, 1966; Shep describes the time a co-worker in Cincinnati took him across the river to a cock fight. Also, Shep reads one of his favorite fables from fellow Hoosier (or Boilermaker) George Ade.
The technologically advanced members of the Army Signal Corps come face to face with an old school method of communication. Also in this program from February 4, 1965; Shep takes a ride on a decommissioned Navy Cruiser and learns some secrets of the engine room.
After being confined to base for weeks, the men of Company K are ready for some time in town. In this program from January 28, 1965; Shep tells his listeners the extraordinary lengths he and his fellow soldiers went to in order to obtain a pass.