Matthew McKenzie grew up in the St. Louis metro area of Southern Illinois, but now resides with his wife, Amy, in the Winston-Salem area of North Carolina. They homeschooled all three of their children from K-12, and all three are now college graduates working full time in their chosen fields of employment. Matthew has spent more than 30 years as an analyst in the insurance industry, during which time he has been actively serving in various church ministries. He has taught multiple adult classes focused on topics such as apologetics and the historicity of the Old Testament. He and Amy have also been involved in local homeschool organizations. Early in life, Matthew developed an affinity for Golden Age radio shows (1930s through 1950s) and the vintage television programs of the 1950s and ‘60s. Simply by being routinely exposed to such media, his children also developed their own preferences for programming from that era and an enhanced understanding of the life and times of 20th Century Americans. Based on the experiences of their own family, Matthew and Amy share their recommendations of wholesome materials for parents who are interested in making good use of available recorded media from the 20th Century to both educate and entertain their families.