The show is a bang-bang, in-your-face, non-stop show of pandemonium. It's nothing like his television show. This show remains funny even after multiple listenings.
The show always had an Allen's Alley-type feature called "Town Hall Quorum"; this part is not the funniest part of the show but has it's moments.
The show is ripe with unusual, hilarious characters. There's the double-talker, Al Kelly and Tallulah Feeney, the homemaker (played by multi-voicer, Pert Kelton.)
The funniest character of the show though is "the lady who says 'yes' to everything." I have no idea of the character's name or who plays the character (I assume it's Kelton) - but it's amazing how funny one can be just by saying "yes."
The show is valuable to me since there are less than 50 of them available - and they are funnier than Fibber McGee and Molly or Jack Benny.
Truly, an unappreciated show.