MARCH OF TIME, THE {1938/01/13} (RADIO)

Summary

One in this series of programs dramatizing current news events. In this week's news, former Alabama Sen. Thomas Heflin, known for his virulently anti-Papist views, loses an election after years out of politics; starving rebels in the Spanish civil war surrender a convent in Teruel after an eighteen-day siege; pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor anger the Bishop of Bermuda; informants in the Charles Lindbergh baby kidnapping case get their reward money, prompting a look back at the tragedy; Arabs in the Middle East continue to listen to Italian propaganda despite new British radio programs aimed at them; General Motors' president testifies on unemployment at a Senate hearing; and Henry Ford talks about the future of the auto industry. The program closes with a look at the current economic picture and its relation to the rearmament program. Includes commercials. (Series affiliation varies; on NBC, 1937-1943.)

Details

  • NETWORK: NBC Blue
  • DATE: January 13, 1938 Thursday 8:30 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:30:00
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  • CATALOG ID: R88:0242
  • GENRE: Radio - Docudrama
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Automobile industry
  • SERIES RUN: NBC - Radio series, 1937-1943
  • COMMERCIALS: Radio - Commercials - Life magazine

CREDITS

    • Van Voorhis, Westbrook … Cast
    • Orson Welles … Cast
    • Adelaide Klein … Cast
    • Henry Ford
    • Charles Lindbergh
    • Edward VIII, King of Great Britain
    • Thomas Heflin
    • Wallis Simpson