With the financial ramifications of the Great Depression, BIOLA cancelled its radio program KTBI in 1931. Charles Fuller, a participant in KTBI and Chairman of the Board at BIOLA, started "The Pilgrim's Hour," airing on seven stations of the Columbia Broadcasting System from San Diego to Seattle at no cost to the Institute. BIOLA announced the new broadcast in its March 1931 issue of "The King's Business."

When the "Old Fashioned Revival Hour" went coast to coast in 1937, Charles Fuller began to call his Sunday morning KGER broadcast "The Pilgrim's Hour."

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Radio Broadcasts from 1948

Pilgrim's Hour 01-04-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 01-11-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 01-18-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 01-25-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 02-01-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 02-08-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 02-15-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 02-22-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 02-29-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 03-07-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 03-14-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 03-21-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 03-28-1948, Charles E. Fuller

Radio Broadcasts from 1947

Pilgrim's Hour 12-07-1947, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 12-14-1947, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 12-21-1947, Charles E. Fuller

Pilgrim's Hour 12-28-1947, Charles E. Fuller

Radio Broadcasts from 1941

Pilgrim's Hour (parts 1 and 3) Easter 1941, Charles E. Fuller

Radio Broadcasts from 1940

Pilgrim's Hour 04-14-1940 (portion), Charles E. Fuller

Radio Broadcasts from 1939

Pilgrim's Hour (parts 1 and 3) 10-08-1939, Charles E. Fuller