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  • FOR THIS WE FIGHT: CONGRESS FACES POST-WAR AMERICA (RADIO)

    (November 27, 1943)

    One in this second series of twenty-six programs presenting discussions on the kind of world the American people would want to live in after victory is achieved in World War II. The topic of this episode is: "Congress Faces Postwar America." Included ar...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE: ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (RADIO)

    (February 25, 1940)

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. This drama concerns a group of airplane pilots who deliver mail on a dangerous route to and from an isolated South American town. Bonnie Lee is a stage performer who ...

  • MONITOR RADIO: DAILY EDITION {SOVIET COUP} (RADIO)

    (August 20, 1991)

    One in a series of news, culture and human interest magazine programs. Rob Nelson and Pat Bodnar host this program which focuses largely on the 1991 coup in the Soviet Union which temporarily deposed Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev. Highlights include...

  • METROPOLITAN OPERA BROADCASTS: MANON LESCAUT, ACT III (RADIO)

    (March 31, 1956)

    Continued from R87:0168. Part three of four. One in this series of performances by the Metropolitan Opera. In this program, the Metropolitan Opera performs "Manon Lescaut" by Puccini, the lyric tragedy set in 18th-century France, derived from the Abbe P...

  • VICE PRESIDENT HENRY A. WALLACE SPEECH {KOSOFSKY ETHNIC RADIO COLLECTION -- SPANISH} (RADIO)

    (November 08, 1942)

    This broadcast features a Spanish translation of a speech by U.S. Vice President Henry Wallace, given in New York City's Madison Square Garden before the Soviet-American Pro-Friendship Congress. The vice president starts by reminding the audience of two ca...

  • SEVCEC EN VIVO {BROADCASTING FROM AUSTRALIA} {PART 1 OF 2} {KOSOFSKY ETHNIC RADIO COLLECTION -- SPANISH} (RADIO)

    (December 07, 1998)

    Part one of two. One in this series of live Spanish-language talk shows, broadcast for Latin American listeners in the United States, Puerto Rico, and Australia, emphasizing news, current events, and fun. This edition is a re-transmittal of a broadcast fro...

  • SOUTH PARK: CARTMAN'S MOM IS STILL A DIRTY SLUT (TV)

    (April 22, 1998)

    One in this series of animated programs for adults about the town of South Park, which is populated by an oversexed school chef, a psychotic teacher, Jesus Christ, and a group of acerbic, foul-mouthed youngsters. In this episode, Cartman is seconds away fr...

  • COLUMBO: NEGATIVE REACTION (TV)

    (October 06, 1974)

    One in this series of police dramas in which Los Angeles homicide detective Lt. Columbo's unassuming manner masks his keen intelligence and sharp investigative abilities. Photographer Paul Galesko plans to murder his overbearing wife Frances, first by con...

  • ONE WORLD FLIGHT: CONCLUSION {PROGRAM 13} (RADIO)

    (April 08, 1947)

    The final 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, enab...

  • D-DAY NBC COVERAGE: AFFILIATE NEWS PROGRAM (RADIO)

    (June 06, 1944)

    A segment in the continuous coverage of D-Day. In this news segment, anchor Ben Grower takes a cross-country tour to document the nation's reactions to the news that D-Day has come at last. During the program, newscasters from the following networks and ...

  • CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS ON COMMUNISM (RADIO)

    (August 09, 1948)

    This program contains highlights of the congressional hearings on communism that occurred on August 5, 1948 as reported by John Edwards. The following segments are included in this program, among others: U.S. government employee Victor Perlo takes the Fift...

  • LE SHOW (RADIO)

    (December 29, 1991)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs hosted by and starring Harry Shearer. This year-end edition of "Le Show" reviews the spectacular year of 1991. Skits include a parody of President George Bush during the war in the Persian Gulf; a debate betw...

  • X MINUS ONE: MAN'S BEST FRIEND (RADIO)

    (April 24, 1957)

    One in this series of science-fiction dramas. In this episode, an ordinary man finds himself embroiled in a strange political coup. Picked by a machine called the prognosticator to replace the current leader, Overlord Kip, Snea is a reluctant and unexcited...

  • RADIO IS RED HOT (RADIO)

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    This cluster features five radio commercials, each one touting radio as the ideal advertising medium. In the first commercial, a man is offered a choice between three tortures. His crime, listeners learn, was suggesting that his company cut back on adver...

  • JOHNNY GOT HIS GUN {DALTON TRUMBO, LARRY BENSKY} (RADIO)

    (October 20, 1971)

    In this program, Larry Bensky interviews the author and formerly blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, who discusses the following topics, among others: how audiences have reacted to his recent film adaptation of his 1939 anti-war novel "Johnny Got His G...

  • I'M SORRY, I'LL READ THAT AGAIN (RADIO)

    (197x/xx/xx)

    One in this British radio comedy series featuring sketches, songs, and parodies of television and movies. Highlights include the following: the song "Should I Let My Ferret Go?" is performed; a man selling hairy spiders on the street finds an interested ...

  • WBAI'S STAND ON BLACKS & JEWS (RADIO)

    (January 11, 1969)

    This program was broadcast in response to the hateful mail and loss of financial support received by WBAI after the network aired seemingly anti-Semitic programming. The station manager Frank Millspaugh and reporter Dale Minor comment on the following top...

  • I'M AN AMERICAN: KURT WEILL (RADIO)

    (March 09, 1941)

    One in this series of radio programs in which naturalized American citizens explain the meaning and importance of their recently acquired citizenship. This program features the German-born composer Kurt Weill, who speaks with an interviewer from the Immigr...

  • METROPOLITAN OPERA RADIO BROADCASTS: COSI FAN TUTTE, ACT II (RADIO)

    (January 12, 1952)

    Continued from R:3153. Part three of three. One in this series of performances by the Metropolitan Opera. In this program, the Metropolitan Opera performs "Cos? fan tutte," sung in English. In Act II, Despina tries to console the lonely girls by enco...

  • LUM AND ABNER (RADIO)

    (1933)

    In this episode, the old circus lion ,which escaped when Baby the elephant pulled off the jailhouse door, is still at large. Abner and Lum had gone hunting for the lion and captured a wild cat by mistake. Lum is scratched up but otherwise unharmed. Lum ...