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  • SEE IT NOW: ATOMIC TIMETABLE {PART 2 OF 2}: FALLOUT (TV) : March 30, 1958

    Continues from T77:0150. One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. Part two of this two-part series on atomic energy. Dr. Willard F. Libby of U.S. Atomic Energy Comm. explains nuclear fallout and its hazards....

  • PERSON TO PERSON {BENNY GOODMAN; WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS} (TV) : November 05, 1954

    One in this series of live interview programs. In this edition, host Edward R. Murrow first visits with jazz clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman and his family at their home in Stamford, Connecticut; Goodman plays a recording of "Stomping at the Savoy...

  • PERSON TO PERSON {HARPO MARX; HENRY KNOX SHERRILL} (TV) : January 03, 1958

    One in this series of live interview programs. In this edition, host Edward R. Murrow first visits at the home of Harpo Marx in Palm Springs, California. Rather than speaking, Marx gesticulates, and has his wife translate verbally when his motions are not ...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: ANTAGONISM OVER THE AIRWAVES: A LOOK AT CONTROVERSY ON TELEVISION AND RADIO, PACKAGE 2: ETHICS : 2003

    Television and radio have reflected America's changing culture and evolving attitudes and values, sparking controversy along the way. According to Alfred Schneider, former chief censor for ABC, "television is the diary of our lives. Television programmin...

  • MURROW {PART 1 OF 2} (TV): December 02, 1985

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  • SEE IT NOW: COMMERCIAL TELEVISION IN GREAT BRITAIN (TV): March 23, 1954

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. Includes commercials. Preservation of the Post?World War II American Television Documentary Collection is supported in part by a Federal Save America?s Treasures gr...

  • SEE IT NOW {REPORT ON THE FEDERAL BUDGET} (TV): January 27, 1952

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. Highlights of this program include the following: Murrow looks at the $85 billion Federal Budget for 1953 which is as big as a telephone book; Bill Downs at the Treasury...

  • PERSON TO PERSON {JULIE WILSON; FRED ASTAIRE} (TV) : June 07, 1957

    One in this series of live interview programs. In this edition, host Edward R. Murrow first visits with actress-singer Julie Wilson (who has recently returned from the London cast of "Kiss Me, Kate") in her New York apartment. The program continues with a ...

  • WORLD THIS WEEK, THE (RADIO) : January 14, 1940

    One in a weekly series devoted to major developments in the international news. This program addresses the endangered Low Countries and continues with William Shirer in Berlin discussing a Dutch violation of German territory, Edward R. Murrow in London in...

  • SEE IT NOW {KOREAN TRUCE DEBATE} (TV): June 14, 1953

    One in this series of reports on contemporary issues. In the first segment Murrow moderates a three-way debate among Korea's permanent representative to the United Nations, Ben C. Limb; Sen. Margaret Chase Smith (R-Maine); and Hector McNeil, member of Parl...

  • DAY AT NIGHT: NEWTON MINOW (TV): February 12, 1974

    One in this interview series hosted by James Day. One-time head of the Federal Communications Commission and media expert Newton Minow talks about his career. Highlights of the discussion include the following: his job as law clerk to U S Supreme Court Chi...

  • SEE IT NOW: REPORT ON SOUTH AFRICA, PART 1 (TV): December 14, 1954

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. This two-part program examines the South African government's racial policy of apartheid toward the native Bantu population. Highlights of part one include the following...

  • SEE IT NOW {DINNER FOR W. AVERELL HARRIMAN} (TV): April 20, 1952

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. Highlights of this program include the following: Murrow reports on the Democrats' testimonial dinner for Averill Harriman at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York; speakers a...

  • SEE IT NOW: THE GREAT BILLION DOLLAR MAIL CASE (TV): October 06, 1957

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. This program features interviews with Sen. Olin Johnston (D-S.C.), chairman of the Senate Post Office Committee; Rep. George Rhodes (D-Penn.); Arthur L. Cole, general bu...

  • SEE IT NOW: THE BRICKER AMENDMENT (TV): January 12, 1954

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. Guests on this program include Senators Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.), and John Bricker (R-Ohio); Erwin N. Griswold, dean, Harvard Law School; Georgetown University law profe...

  • SMALL WORLD {LEO SZILARD, THOMAS E. MURRAY, EDWARD TELLER, JEROME WEISNER} (TV): May 22, 1960

    One in this series of informal and topical conversations with guests speaking from different geographical locations. In this program, the participants -- Leo Szilard, Thomas E. Murray, Edward Teller and Jerome Weisner -- discuss whether or not there should...

  • SMALL WORLD {HEDDA HOPPER, SIMONE SIGNORET, AGNES DE MILLE} (TV): December 06, 1959

    One in this series of informal and topical conversations with guests speaking from different geographical locations. In this program, Edward R. Murrow, gossip columnist Hedda Hopper, actress Simone Signoret, and choreographer Agnes de Mille discuss the sta...

  • SEE IT NOW: PRE-ELECTION CAMPAIGNING (TV) : October 12, 1952

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. This program begins with an examination of regionalism in American politics -- with footage of Adlai Stevenson in Kentucky and Dwight Eisenhower in the South. We hear ...

  • YEARS OF CRISIS: YEAR OF CHANGE NO. 4 (TV): January 04, 1953

    Edward R. Murrow chairs a panel discussion on the trends in world affairs for the past year. The focus of the debate is the statement made by Stalin at the All-Communist Party Conference that war is more likely between the nations of the West than between ...

  • SEE IT NOW {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV) : November 18, 1951

    The premiere in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. This program opens with a shot of two television screens showing the East and West coasts, the first time this technique has been used on TV. A brief shot of Wi...