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  • LATE LATE SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE {GUEST HOST: JON STEWART; ANDREW CUNANAN MANHUNT, KAREN DUFFY} (TV)

    (July 24, 1997)

    One in this series of late-night talk shows hosted by Tom Snyder. In this episode, comedian Jon Stewart sits in for Snyder and explains that scheduled guest Al Franken has been bumped to the following night because of the breaking news story regarding the ...

  • TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON, THE {SID CAESAR; ART CARNEY; KELLY GARRETT; GUNTHER GEBEL-WILLIAMS; CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER} (TV)

    (May 18, 1973)

    One in this series of late-night talk/variety programs hosted by Johnny Carson. On this program, the guests include Ringling Brothers animal trainer Gunther Gebel-Williams, actor Christopher Plummer, singer Kelly Garrett, comedian Sid Caesar, and actor Art...

  • ALL THINGS CONSIDERED: LOST & FOUND SOUND: SONIC MEMORIAL PROJECT: LOVE AND MARRIAGE AT THE WORLD TRADE CENTER {SEGMENT} {TERRORIST ATTACKS} (RADIO)

    (February 14, 2002)

    The second of two programs on this tape. A segment from this news and public affairs series. One in a special series termed the "Sonic Memorial Project," described on npr.org as "A sonic memorial to commemorate and chronicle the people, places, and endeavo...

  • CHILD'S WORLD: THE SHORT CHILD (RADIO)

    (March 11, 1949)

    One in this series of topical conversations between Helen Parkhurst and her guests, New York City children from all walks of life. Discussions are unrehearsed and Parkhurst probes the children for their own points of view. In this program, short children...

  • BOB AND RAY PUBLIC RADIO SHOW, THE (RADIO)

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    One in this series of comedy programs from National Public Radio, starring the comedy team Bob and Ray (Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding). Highlights of this program include the following: "Beg Your Pardon," a special apology from Bob and Ray to a man who they...

  • BOB AND RAY RADIO SHOW, THE (RADIO)

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    One in this series of comedy shows starring Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding. Highlights of this program include the following: a commercial for Kretchford Braid and Tassel; "Tippy The Wonder Dog" in which Tippy has to fetch a tuxedo ("sponsored" by Monongahel...

  • BOB AND RAY RADIO SHOW, THE (RADIO)

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    One in this series of comedy shows starring Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding. Highlights of this program include the following: a civil court session between an author and his landlord; Bob Elliott giving advice on interviewing as part of his employment servic...

  • HERMIT'S CAVE, THE: HANSON'S GHOST (RADIO)

    (194x/xx/xx)

    One in a series of programs featuring Mel Johnson as "the Hermit," an old man who lives in a cave and tells different mysterious and thrilling stories. This story, entitled "Hanson's Ghost," is about a man who is fascinated by the idea of bringing spirits ...

  • WAR AT HOME, THE: PILOT {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 11, 2005)

    The first in this comedy series about a dysfunctional Long Island family, the Golds, all of whom occasionally offer thoughts and rants directly to the viewer. In this episode, dad Dave Gold complains that "women get to have it all" these days and wonders w...

  • FRASIER: THE SHOW WHERE LILITH COMES BACK (TV)

    (February 03, 1994)

    One in this comedy series about Frasier Crane, a divorced psychiatrist who lives in Seattle and hosts a phone-in radio show. In this episode, Frasier is alarmed when his ex-wife Lilith calls into his show to mock his "worthless little advice pellets" and a...

  • BOB NEWHART SHOW, THE: AN AMERICAN FAMILY (TV)

    (November 23, 1974)

    One in this comedy program about the personal and professional life of a Chicago psychologist played by Newhart. Thanksgiving Day approaches, and Ellen and Emily scramble to prepare the Hartley house for their dinner, hoping to live up to Bob and Ellen's ...

  • GLENN MILLER: THE MAN AND HIS MUSIC, PT. 1 (RADIO)

    (August 13, 1983)

    The first of three parts in this salute to Glenn Miller in which hosts Jim Lowe and William B. Williams trace the bandleader's career and discuss his music in interviews with former Miller band members and other contemporaries. The program begins with a di...

  • METROPOLITAN OPERA BROADCASTS: THE RAKE'S PROGRESS, ACT III (RADIO)

    (February 14, 1953)

    Continued from R87:0172. Part three of three. One in this series of performances by the Metropolitan Opera. In this program, the Metropolitan Opera performs "The Rake's Progress" by Igor Stravinsky. In Act III, Rakewell has left town and a crowd has ga...

  • HORROR STAR, THE {A.K.A. FRIGHTMARE} (MOTION PICTURE)

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    This suspenseful motion picture follows an embittered Hollywood star who seeks revenge against his so-called "fans" from beyond the grave. The story begins as aging thespian Conrad Razkoff, once famous for his roles in many horror pictures, argues with his...

  • MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW, THE: ENTER RHODA'S PARENTS (TV)

    (October 07, 1972)

    One in this comedy series about Mary Richards, a single career woman working in a television newsroom. In this episode, Rhoda announces that her parents have come for a visit, and Mary eagers greets Mr. and Mrs. Morgenstern for the first time. Ida confides...

  • MARTIN AND LEWIS SHOW, THE {BOB HOPE} {SERIES PREMIERE} (RADIO)

    (April 03, 1949)

    The premiere of this comedy/variety series starring the comedy team of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. Highlights of this program include the following segments: Dean Martin sings "Bye, Bye Blackbird"; in a flashback to a few hours before this broadcast, Jerr...

  • CAVALCADE OF AMERICA: THE GREAT MAN VOTES (NO. 257) (RADIO)

    (December 15, 1941)

    One in this series of historical and patriotic dramas. This program, honoring the 150th anniversary of the Bill of Rights, features Orson Welles in an adaptation of the RKO film "The Great Man Votes." Welles also acts as host. In this drama, set "in any la...

  • JACK BENNY PROGRAM FOR GRAPE-NUTS AND GRAPE-NUTS FLAKES, THE (RADIO)

    (January 17, 1943)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs hosted by Jack Benny. During this program, the performers entertain an audience of men on leave from the armed services. Highlights of this program include the following segments: Jack Benny talks about his ...

  • HUB CITY SPOKE REPAIR: THE CHRISTMAS SHOW {EPISODE 18} (RADIO)

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    One in this series of satirical comedy programs. This program centers mostly on the Christmas holiday, spoofing its time-honored traditions. Skits include the following: an intensely excited man named Chuck discusses the gift of women's lingerie; in "A Cat...

  • GOLDBERGS, THE {MR. ALLISON AND ESTHER MILLER} {EPISODE #1006} (RADIO)

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    Continued from R86:0792. One in this series of daytime serial dramas about the domestic affairs of a Jewish family, the Goldbergs. This episode begins with Molly telling Jake that her phone call to Dr. Keator did not reveal much. The Goldbergs then rece...