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  • B. MITCHELL REED (RADIO)

    (September 21, 1970)

    B. Mitchell Reed hosts this free-form progressive rock music radio show broadcast in 1970. Music includes: "Nothing More" and "The Sea" (Sandy Denny & Fotheringay), "The Back Room" (Van Morrison) "Saturday Night" (Tom Paxton), "Woke Up This Morning" (Fre...

  • GERMAN RADIO SHOW, THE {KOSOFSKY ETHNIC RADIO COLLECTION -- GERMAN} (RADIO)

    (July 03, 1999)

    One in this series of music and cultural programs for German listeners in the United States, hosted by Susanne Nielsen. This installment begins with German news from the Deutsche Welle news service. News items include the status of the peace agreement in N...

  • M.W. FODOR FROM PRAGUE (RADIO)

    (September 19, 1938)

    In this special report broadcast by shortwave from Prague, Czechoslovakia, Chicago Daily News reporter M.W. Fodor discusses the current state of the Munich Crisis. He says that the Czech people are against the idea of a plebiscite on the future of the Sud...

  • PHILIP BOOTH FROM LONDON AND PRESS RADIO BUREAU (RADIO)

    (September 29, 1938)

    In a special shortwave broadcast from London, reporter Philip Booth discusses reactions in that city to the Munich Crisis, involving German claims to the Czechoslovakian Sudetenland, and the ongoing Four Power Conference, primarily as covered in the variou...

  • KRLA AIRCHECK WITH JAY STEVENS, REB FOSTER, AND THE CREDIBILITY GAP (RADIO)

    (1969)

    This program features recordings by Roy Clark, Ray Charles, Joe Jeffrey, Joan Baez, Aretha Franklin, The Grass Roots, Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, Neil Young, The Supremes, and Barbara Mason. Also includes a news satire written and performed by the ...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FOCUS ON YOUTH}: TED TURNER (RADIO)

    (July 12, 1981)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with businessman T...

  • FOCUS ON YOUTH {AMERICAN FOCUS}: VERNON JORDAN (RADIO)

    (April 30, 1978)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with Vernon Jorda...

  • FOCUS ON YOUTH {AYN RAND} (RADIO)

    (November 14, 1976)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with novelist and ...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FOCUS ON YOUTH}: PHYLLIS DILLER (RADIO)

    (October 16, 1977)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with comedienne Ph...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FOCUS ON YOUTH}: JOAN RIVERS (RADIO)

    (April 23, 1978)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with comedian Joan...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FOCUS ON YOUTH}: HOWARD METZENBAUM (RADIO)

    (October 16, 1977)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with Senator Howa...

  • FOCUS ON YOUTH: ELMO ZUMWALT (RADIO)

    (June 18, 1978)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with Admiral Elmo ...

  • FOCUS ON YOUTH {AMERICAN FOCUS}: CAROL BURNETT (RADIO)

    (July 09, 1978)

    One in a series of programs created and produced by American Focus at Princeton University and sponsored by the Shell Oil Company. This thirty-minute program features interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, business, entertainment, literature ...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FOCUS ON YOUTH}: BARBARA WALTERS (RADIO)

    (December 03, 1978)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with television j...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FOCUS ON YOUTH}: GLORIA STEINEM (RADIO)

    (November 07, 1976)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with the president...

  • WINSTON S. CHURCHILL SPEECH: FALL OF FRANCE (RADIO)

    (June 17, 1940)

    In this BBC broadcast, Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill informs the British public that the news from France is "very bad." He announces the fall of France and notes Britain's loss of its ally, affirms British faith and purpose expresses that, though B...

  • V-E DAY ABC COVERAGE, II, #74: KING GEORGE VI (RADIO)

    (May 08, 1945)

    Seventy-fourth segment of continuous coverage of V-E Day. News of the day is heard. King George VI speaks from London. From the United Nations Conference on International Organization in San Francisco, the following speakers are heard: Secretary of State E...

  • V-E DAY ABC COVERAGE, I, #48: RAY HENLE (RADIO)

    (May 07, 1945)

    Forty-eighth segment of continuous coverage of V-E Day. From San Francisco, Ray Henle reports on Associated Press reporter Ed Kennedy, the first man to break the news of the German surrender. Henle notes that Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower has attempted to ha...

  • V-E DAY ABC COVERAGE, I, #7: "BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD" {PART 1 } (RADIO)

    (May 07, 1945)

    The seventh segment of continuous coverage of V-E Day starts with a news flash stating that official confirmation of the surrender of the German Army is still being withheld. Details of the surrender are repeated, headlines from New York, Washington, and ...

  • JOHN F. KENNEDY: ASSASSINATION, I, #9 (RADIO)

    (November 22, 1963)

    The ninth hour of continuous coverage of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. This portion continues with a memorial musical program by the ABC Symphony Orchestra (which began on R77:0249), with music by Beethoven, Bach, and Dvorak, concluding ...