Monthly Archives: April 2012

EPISODE 21 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

I’m Allan Chapman, and thanks for logging on today for Episode 21 of Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers. Before we begin, if you would like to order a print copy of my Thriller, Slaves On Horseback, please visitwww.createspace.com/3423793.  If you are interested in an eBook copy, you can find it at:

www.amazon.com/Kindle-eBooks.

The first book in my Children’s Series, Adventures With Mr. Wugidgem is available in print atwww.createspace.com/3476205.  If you prefer an eBook copy, please go to www.amazon.com/Kindle-eBooks and type in Adventures With Mr. Wugidgem in the Go box at the top of the web page.  This is a short book – almost a short story – but it will serve as an introduction to the next, much longer book that will be available shortly.

Last week we heard adventures of Dad’s good friend, Johhny Wilmott, and then a bit of Dad’s Navy experiences.  Today we’ll learn the details of yet another crash!  Enjoy!

PAN AM CLIPPER

EPISODE 21 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

Thanks for listening today.  Please be with me next week when Dad relates more crashes and describes the transition to more landplane equipment and less seaplane aircraft.  Thanks again for listening!

EPISODE 20 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

This is Allan Chapman, and I welcome you to Episode 20 of my Dad’s book, Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers.    Before we begin, if you would like to order a print copy of my Thriller, Slaves On Horseback, please visit www.createspace.com/3423793.  If you are interested in an eBook copy, you can find it at:
Last week we learned how difficult repairs were in the early aviation days, and we saw my Aunt Jeanne hired as one of Pan Am’s first female flight attendants.  Today we’ll hear a rendition of the adventures of one of my Dad’s good friends, Johnny Wilmott.  Then we’ll hear a bit more of Dad’s Navy experiences.
Thanks for being with me today!  Please join me again next week when we learn of yet another crash involving one of Dad’s friends.  If you’re interested in learning more about my Children’s Stories, please visit www.chapmanchildrenstories.blogspot.com.  Thanks again for listening!

EPISODE 20 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

This is Allan Chapman, and I welcome you to Episode 20 of my Dad’s book, Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers.    Before we begin, if you would like to order a print copy of my Thriller, Slaves On Horseback, please visit www.createspace.com/3423793.  If you are interested in an eBook copy, you can find it at:

www.amazon.com/Kindle-eBooks.

Last week we learned how difficult repairs were in the early aviation days, and we saw my Aunt Jeanne hired as one of Pan Am’s first female flight attendants.  Today we’ll hear a rendition of the adventures of one of my Dad’s good friends, Johnny Wilmott.  Then we’ll hear a bit more of Dad’s Navy experiences.

PAN AM CLIPPER

EPISODE 20 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

Thanks for being with me today!  Please join me again next week when we learn of yet another crash involving one of Dad’s friends.  If you’re interested in learning more about my Children’s Stories, please visit www.chapmanchildrenstories.blogspot.com.  Thanks again for listening!

EPISODE 19 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

I’m Allan Chapman, and thanks for joining me to listen to Episode 19 of Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers.  Last week we heard another point of view from one of Dad’s fellow Flight Radio Officers.  Today we’ll see how difficult it was change an engine in one of several remote Pan Am’s stopping points.  Then we’ll learn about one of the first Pan Am female flight attendants.  Enjoy!

PAN AM CLIPPER

EPISODE 19 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

Thanks for listening today!  For information about my books please click on the Books tab at the top of my home page, www.allanwchapman.com.  Please be with me again next week for Episode 20,  when we’ll hear the adventures of Dad’s long time friend, Johnny Willmott, and then we’ll hear a bit more about Dad’s Navy adventures.  Thanks again for being with me today.

EPISODE 19 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

I’m Allan Chapman, and thanks for joining me to listen to Episode 19 of Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers.  Last week we heard another point of view from one of Dad’s fellow Flight Radio Officers.  Today we’ll see how difficult it was change an engine in one of several remote Pan Am’s stopping points.  Then we’ll learn about one of the first Pan Am female flight attendants.  Enjoy!

Thanks for listening today!  For information about my books please click on the Books tab at the top of my home page, www.allanwchapman.com.  Please be with me again next week for Episode 20,  when we’ll hear the adventures of Dad’s long time friend, Johnny Willmott, and then we’ll hear a bit more about Dad’s Navy adventures.  Thanks again for being with me today

EPISODE 18 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

I’m Allan Chapman and welcome to Episode 18 of Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers.  If you haven’t already, please click on the Free Subscription icon on this page, submit your email address, and then next week’s Episode will be automatically delivered to you.   Last week we were with Dad when he joined the Navy and then watched girls in Lisbon.  Then we learned of the top-secret trip President Roosevelt made to meet Churchill and Stalin in Casablanca.  Today we’ll hear the tales of George Whitaker, one of Dad’s Flight Radio Officer friends.  Enjoy!

PAN AM CLIPPER

EPISODE 18 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

Thanks for listening today!  If you would like to hear the previous podcasts of my Thriller, Slaves On Horseback, or my Children Fantasies, Adventures With Mr. Wugidgem, please click on the archives tab at my web site, www.allanwchapman.com.  Please be with me again next week for Episode 19 when we’ll hear the adventures of Dad’s long time friend, Johnny Willmott, and then we’ll hear a bit more about Dad’s Navy adventures.  Thanks again for being with me today!

 

EPISODE 18 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

I’m Allan Chapman and welcome to Episode 18 of Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers.  If you haven’t already, please click on the Free Subscription icon on this page, submit your email address, and then next week’s Episode will be automatically delivered to you.   Last week we were with Dad when he joined the Navy and then watched girls in Lisbon.  Then we learned of the top-secret trip President Roosevelt made to meet Churchill and Stalin in Casablanca.  Today we’ll hear the tales of George Whitaker, one of Dad’s Flight Radio Officer friends.  Enjoy!
Thanks for listening today!  If you would like to hear the previous podcasts of my Thriller,Slaves On Horseback, or my Children Fantasies, Adventures With Mr. Wugidgem,please click on the archives tab at my web site,www.allanwchapman.com.  Please be with me again next week for Episode 19 when we’ll hear the adventures of Dad’s long time friend, Johnny Willmott, and then we’ll hear a bit more about Dad’s Navy adventures.  Thanks again for being with me today!

EPISODE 17 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

This is Allan Chapman, and I welcome you to Episode 17 of my Dad’s book, Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers.  Before we begin, if youhaven’t already done so, please check out a review of my Thriller, Slaves On Horseback, at:http://www.midwestbookreview.com/sbw/feb_12.htm#Mystery/Suspense, and then scroll down to the bottom of the Mystery/Suspense page.  Thanks!
Last week we saw how difficult North Atlantic crossings were which sometimes resulted in deadly crashes.  But Dad also shared his joy at the birth of my brother, Ken.  Today we’ll see how Dad and other Pan Am Crews joined the Navy, and then he shares, and then apologizes for, a chauvinist “girl watching” ritual.  Enjoy!
Thanks for signing on today!  If you haven’t already, please click on the Free Subscription icon on this page, submit your email address, and then next week’s Episode will be automatically delivered to you.  In Episode 18 Dad will share a few memories from a fellow Flight Radio Officer, George Whitaker.  Please join me, and thanks again for listening!

EPISODE 17 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

DIRECT LINK TO EPISODE 17.  This is Allan Chapman, and I welcome you to Episode 17 of my Dad’s book, Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers.  Before we begin, if you haven’t already done so, please check out a review of my Thriller, Slaves On Horseback at:  http://www.midwestbookreview.com/sbw/feb_12.htm#Mystery/Suspense, and then scroll down to the bottom of the Mystery/Suspense page.  Thanks!

PAN AM CLIPPER

Last week we saw how difficult North Atlantic crossings were which sometimes resulted in deadly crashes.  But Dad also shared his joy at the birth of my brother, Ken.  Today we’ll see how Dad and other Pan Am Crews joined the Navy, and then he shares, and then apologizes for, a chauvinist “girl watching” ritual.  Enjoy!

EPISODE 17 TALKING TO THE WORLD FROM PAN AM’S CLIPPERS

Thanks for signing on today!  If you haven’t already, please click on the Free Subscription icon on this page, submit your email address, and then next week’s Episode will be automatically delivered to you.  In Episode 18 Dad will share a few memories from a fellow Flight Radio Officer, George Whitaker.  Please join me, and thanks again for listening!