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  • ITALIAN CAROUSEL WITH JOE CAPOGRECO {KOSOFSKY ETHNIC RADIO COLLECTION -- ITALIAN/ENGLISH} (RADIO)

    (November 11, 1968)

    One in this long-running bilingual radio program that alternates between blocks of Italian pop music and news from the Italian-American community. This program, hosted by Joe Capogreco, is free flowing and relaxed, with some scripting, and plays a variety ...

  • INTERVIEW WITH DIZZY DEAN (RADIO)

    (July 27, 1938)

    This special program features sports reporter Bill Stern interviewing Dizzy Dean of the Chicago Cubs. Dean discusses the following topics: his return to baseball after missing two months when he suffered an arm injury; his greatest moments in baseball; his...

  • JACK GIBSON ON WCIN-AM (RADIO)

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    Deejay "Jockey" Jack Gibson hosts this series of airchecks, broadcast on WCIN in Cincinnati in the 1950's. The "Morning Mayor" introduces popular music of the era. Musical selections include the following: "What'd I Say" (Part One) (Ray Charles), "Thank Yo...

  • THIS AMERICAN LIFE: CRUELTY OF CHILDREN (RADIO)

    (June 21, 1996)

    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 installment, "Cruelty of Children," look...

  • MONITOR RADIO: WEEKEND EDITION {MERCENARY SCHOOL} (RADIO)

    (August 09, 1985)

    A segment from this series of news, culture and human interest magazine programs. In this program, reporter Sara Terry visits a mercenary training school in West Jefferson County, Alabama. She profiles mercenary Frank Campa who operates the school and in...

  • ARMENIAN INDEPENDENT BROADCASTING OF BOSTON {IN MEMORY OF JERAIR GHARIBIAN, FOUNDER OF AIBB} {KOSOFSKY ETHNIC RADIO COLLECTION -- ARMENIAN} (RADIO)

    (November 20, 1993)

    One in this series of programs offering news, public affairs, and entertainment features to the Armenian-American community of the Boston area. This edition is dedicated to the memory of the founder of the Armenian Independent Broadcasters of Boston-- Jera...

  • COUNTRY MUSIC TIME {MIMI ROWAN} (RADIO)

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    One in this series of country music showcases from Nashville, Tennessee, presented by the United States Air Force. This program features the talents of Mimi Rowan, who performs the following songs: "Wrap It Up and Save It," "The Wind Up," "Rock-n-Roll Bl...

  • COUNTRY MUSIC TIME {LITTLE JIMMY DICKENS} (RADIO)

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    One in this series of country music showcases presented by the United States Air Force. On this program, the guest is "Little" Jimmy Dickens, who performs the following songs: "Happy Heartbreak"; "I Can't Help It," which was originally performed by Hank ...

  • VIC AND SADE: AUNT BESS'S THIRD LETTER (RADIO)

    (June 15, 1944)

    One in this series of comedy programs about the couple who live "in the little house halfway up in the next block." In this episode, Uncle Fletcher visits Vic and Sade as Sade attempts to read Aunt Bess's letter to the family. Includes commercials. Musical...

  • VIC AND SADE: SMELLY CLARK'S BIG DATE (RADIO)

    (March 25, 1940)

    One in this series of comedy programs about the couple who live "in the little house halfway up in the next block." In this episode, Rush returns from the movies and tells Vic and Sade all about smelly Clark's date. Includes commercials. Musical excerpts a...

  • VIC AND SADE: CHRISTMAS CARDS C.O.D. (RADIO)

    (August 06, 1942)

    One in this series of comedy programs about the couple who live "in the little house halfway up in the next block." In this episode, Sade's niece sends her a shipment of greeting cards C.O.D. and Rush and Sade read the cards and compose new rhymes. Include...

  • NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR SPORTS SCHOOL {FINAL PROGRAM} (RADIO)

    (September 28, 1940)

    Last in this series of weekly sports programs broadcast live from the 1939 New York World's Fair. Opens with Babe Ruth's announcement of the All-America baseball team for 1940. Youngsters ask questions of Al Shack and Babe Ruth. The program closes with ...

  • V-E DAY ABC COVERAGE, I, #29: "HOP HARRIGAN" (RADIO)

    (May 07, 1945)

    Twenty-ninth segment of continuous coverage of V-E Day. In this episode of the children's adventure series about Hop Harrigan, America's ace of the airways,"Hop, Tank, and Conroy," are shipwrecked on an enemy island in the Pacific when they hear the V-E D...

  • JOHN F. KENNEDY: ASSASSINATION, II, #2 (RADIO)

    (November 23, 1963)

    The second hour of resumed radio coverage the day after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. This hour covers developments in Washington, including a report from Lyndon Johnson's home, and around the world, including a report from Manila and fr...

  • V-E DAY ABC COVERAGE, I, #14: NEWS (RADIO)

    (May 07, 1945)

    Continued from R77:0301. The fourteenth segment of continuous coverage of V-E Day. Includes a report on the activities of congressmen and senators and notes their reluctance to comment on the surrender until official confirmation is given. Martin Agrons...

  • ESPLANADE CONCERT (RADIO)

    (July 08, 1947)

    A concert of classical music presented from the esplanade on the Charles River in Boston, Arthur Fiedler conducts members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a performance featuring an organ Toccata by Frescobaldi arranged for orchestra, excerpts from Wag...

  • CARNIVAL OF STARS (RADIO)

    (April 29, 1947)

    A program of entertainment presented for the benefit of the United Negro College fund. Tiny Ruffner presents guests, which include The Three Flames singing, "I'll See You By 'n' By," Eddie Matthews sings "The Hills of Home," and Carol Brice singing an ari...

  • DIMENSION X: MARS IS HEAVEN (RADIO)

    (July 07, 1950)

    One in this science fiction anthology series. In this episode, it is 1987 and a rocket ship has made the first landing on Mars. As the landing party prepares to exit to the surface, its members speculate about what the Martians will be like and reminisce...

  • DRAGNET (RADIO)

    (June 17, 1949)

    One in this series of police dramas. In this episode, Sgt. Joe Friday and Sgt. Ben Romero investigate a series of shootings and robberies in a small neighborhood. Although different perpetrators committed the crimes, the same guns were used in each one. ...

  • METROPOLITAN OPERA BROADCASTS: AIDA, ACT I (RADIO)

    (February 25, 1967)

    Part one of four. One in this series of performances by the Metropolitan Opera. In this program, hosted by Milton Cross, the Metropolitan Opera performs "Aida" by Giuseppe Verdi. Radames, a captain of the guard, is in love with Aida, a slave girl who is...