Andrew Fielding is the author of The Lucky Strike Papers (BearManor Media, 2007), a nonfiction book about the late 1940s and early 1950s period of early television.  The book focuses on the network programs on which Fielding's late mother, singer Sue Bennett,  was  featured--such as NBC's Your Hit Parade (also known as The Lucky Strike Hit Parade), Kay Kyser's College of Musical Knowledge, and The Freddy Martin Show.


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Mr. Fielding's writing has appeared in The Boston Globe, The Providence Journal, The Boston Herald, The Philadelphia Daily News, Horizon Magazine, and other publications.   

He has also  worked as a radio talk show host--in Philadelphia, suburban  Philadelphia, Charlottesville, Virginia, and northern New Jersey.  From  2011 until 2014, he was the host of an online nostalgia-oriented talk show.  For several years, he has been a recurring guest of radio talk host Morgan White, Jr., on Boston station WBZ NewsRadio.