I've recently had the pleasure of listening to the BBC's recreation of the Marx Brothers' old 1930s radio show, Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel, with very good impersonators portraying Groucho and Chico. (For obvious reasons, Harpo wasn't in the radio show, but I gather the sound effect creator for the BBC version was dressed as Harpo!) The reason the BBC was able to do this was because the scripts were copyrighted and filed with the Library of Congress, but never renewed. So they're now in public domain. This got me to wondering, could the same have happened with the 1933-34 Wizard of Oz radio show? I know NBC has copies of the scripts, but I think they're keeping them pretty close to their vests (why, I couldn't tell you). The trouble is, I'm in completely the wrong Washington, at the other end of the country, and have no way of getting to the Library of Congress to find out. So I'm wondering if some enterprising Oz researcher on the east coast could take a look some time? And if they are in public domain, do you think Oz fans would be interested in a recreation of the radio show, perhaps as a podcast?