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  • MAKE-BELIEVE BALLROOM, PT. 2 {KITTY CARLISLE HART, ALLAN JONES} (RADIO)

    (February 13, 1986)

    Continued from R90:0061. Part two of four. One in this series of music/interview programs. Hosted by William B. Williams and broadcast from the Cocktail Terrace of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, this part features interviews with actors Kit...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FOCUS ON YOUTH}: SYLVESTER STALLONE (RADIO)

    (April 05, 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 edition features an interview with actor Sylvest...

  • AMERICAN FOLKLIFE RADIO PROJECT (RADIO)

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    This compilation of reports features various forms of unusual American folklife, covered by independent producer and reporter David Isay. First, Isay examines some of the long-time personalities of Brooklyn's Coney Island. Those interviewed include Matthew...

  • HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE, A: FRAGMENT OF A LOST WORLD {TAPE 1 OF 2} (RADIO)

    (April 08, 1994)

    Hour one of two hours of programming created in remembrance of the Holocaust. This hour contains a collage of the writings of those who perished in, and others who survived, concentration camps -- read by the program's producers and others -- as well as fi...

  • HISPANIC HERITAGE AWARDS 1998 (TV)

    (1998)

    This program features the twelfth annual Hispanic Heritage Awards, presented on September 21, 1998 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and hosted by actor Hctor Elizando and TV host Giselle Fernndez. After the hosts' introductory comm...

  • FUTURAMA: ANTHOLOGY OF INTEREST I (TV)

    (May 21, 2000)

    One in this satirical animated series set in New York City in the thirty-first century, when aliens rule the earth. In this episode, Professor Farnsworth shows off an amazing new invention: ?the Finglonger,? which allows its user to touch things at a d...

  • D-DAY NEWS COVERAGE, TAPE 1 OF 5 (RADIO)

    (June 06, 1944)

    Tape one of five tapes of segments of the continuous CBS news coverage of events surrounding the Allied landing on the northern coast of France on D-Day, June 6, 1944. Anchor Robert Trout broadcasts from the CBS newsroom in New York while reports and bull...

  • RADIOHEAD: WORLD PREMIERE OF KID A (RADIO)

    (September 20, 2000)

    This special program includes the world broadcast premiere of selections from Radiohead's album "Kid A," as well as several brief interview segments with the band conducted by BBC disc jockey Steve Lamacq. Lamacq sets up the broadcast by explaining that h...

  • THIS AMERICAN LIFE: SINATRA (RADIO)

    (February 21, 1997)

    One in this weekly series that looks at a different, specific aspect of life in the United States in each episode. Episodes contain several segments, or "acts," each of which relates to the established theme. This episode, "Sinatra," looks at the life and ...

  • WORLD CUP 1998: BRAZIL V. SCOTLAND {FIRST ROUND} {TAPE 1 OF 2} {KOSOFSKY ETHNIC RADIO COLLECTION -- SPANISH} (RADIO)

    (June 10, 1998)

    Tape one of two. A live broadcast of the Soccer World Cup 1998 Opening Game, Brazil vs. Scotland, from the Stadium St. Denis in Paris. The game is presented in detail, with extensive commentary on the players' performance, as well as interviews with player...

  • CBS RADIO WORKSHOP: BRAVE NEW WORLD, PT. 1 OF 2 {SERIES PREMIERE} (RADIO)

    (January 27, 1956)

    The premiere in this series of dramas. This program, part one of two, is based on author Aldous Huxley's novel "Brave New World." As the narrator, Huxley takes the listener to the hatchery where science has taken over in the reproduction process and as man...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE: THERE'S ALWAYS A WOMAN (RADIO)

    (December 17, 1939)

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. This drama concerns a husband and wife team of private investigators who are competing to solve a murder case. The program opens as Bill Reardon tells his wife Sally th...

  • JUSTICE LEAGUE: SECRET ORIGINS MOVIE (TV)

    (November 17, 2001)

    The animated pilot film to "Justice League," an animated television series about a group of superheroes working to defend the world against colossal threats. The film begins during the first manned mission from earth to Mars. An astronaut named J. Allen...

  • PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION, A, PT. 1 {BOB AND RAY} (RADIO)

    (May 02, 1987)

    Part one of this two-part program in this variety series hosted by Garrison Keillor, produced by Minnesota Public Radio, and broadcast on affiliate stations of American Public Radio. This program is performed live at the World Theater in St. Paul, Minnesot...

  • INTERVIEW WITH STEVE BIKO (RADIO)

    (December 05, 1977)

    This 1977 radio interview with South African political leader Steve Biko was conducted just prior to Biko's murder at the hands of the South African police. Interview highlights include the following: Biko comments on the formation of his South African Stu...

  • SONGWRITERS SALUTE {PART 3 OF 3} (RADIO)

    (September 05, 1983)

    The final part of this three-part salute to the creators of American popular music, hosted by Jim Lowe and Margaret Whiting. Highlights include the following: in a taped interview, Ira Gershwin discusses the collaborative process he shared with his brother...

  • ONE WORLD FLIGHT: ITALY {PROGRAM 7} (RADIO)

    (February 25, 1947)

    The seventh program of this thirteen-part series with playwright/producer Norman Corwin, first winner of the Wendell Wilkie One World Flight award. The One World Flight award, established by the Wilkie Memorial and the Common Council for American Unity, e...

  • WCBS-AM COVERAGE OF TERRORIST ATTACKS {TERRORIST ATTACKS} {TAPE 2 OF 3} (RADIO)

    (September 11, 2001)

    Continued from R:21825. Tape two of three. This broadcast presents coverage of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and their aftermath, as aired on WCBS-AM. This coverage begins at 10:00 a.m. EDT on September 11. As the tape begins, anchors Je...

  • L.A. THEATRE WORKS: FALLEN ANGELS (RADIO)

    (May 07, 1994)

    One in a series of plays recorded in front of live studio audiences. This episode presents Noel Coward's 1925 play about love and friendship, "Fallen Angels," performed at the Guest Quarters Suite in Santa Monica, Calif. L.A. Theatre Works executive prod...

  • WORLD SERIES, 1969: GAME 5 {BALTIMORE ORIOLES AT NEW YORK METS} {TAPE 2 OF 2} (RADIO)

    (October 16, 1969)

    Continued from R:15684. Tape two of two. Continuation of live coverage of game five of the 1969 World Series between the New York Mets and the Baltimore Orioles. Jim Simpson and Bill O'Donnell call the action from Shea Stadium, although both announcers ...