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6140 C4  "ACTUAL AIR ATTACK ABOARD A          07-07-44  :14:00  George Hicks
         SHIP"


7088 D2  "ADLAI STEVENSON'S ACCEPTANCE        08-04-52  :16:00   
         SPEECH"


6613 C   "AFFAIR WITH A GREEN MONKEY"         01-19-60  :27:20  ** ADULT ONLY ** material.  Short
                                                                story by Theodore Sturgeon and read by
                                                                Gene Marine.  KPFK Los Angeles 10:40pm


10465 D  "AFRA ANTICTS"                       05-05-47  :10:00* Promotion for "AFRA Anticts," which
                                                                will occur 5-11-47.  Features: Olan
                                                                Soule, Norma Ransom, Rosemary Garbell.
                                                                 Announcer: Norman Pierce


6917 B   "AFRS NEW YEAR'S DANCING             01-01-46 1:01:13  Harry James, Count Basey, Freddy
         PARTY"                                                 Martin, Woody Herman, Gene Krupa,
                                                                Henry King, Louie Armstrong, Jimmy
                                                                Dorsey, Larry Brown, Arti Shaw, Stan
                                                                Kenton,  Tommy Dorsey, Carmon
                                                                Cavalaro, Louis Prima, Benny Goodman,
                                                                Duke Ellington, Guy Lombardo.    Takes
                                                                in all of the USA.   AFRS # H-9-124


98948B   "THE AFRS STORY"                     01-01-53  :29:59  Bill Woodson, Dinah Shore, Clair
                                                                Trevor, Knox Manning, Forrest Tucker,
                                                                Julie Bennett, Herb Ellis, Bill
                                                                Foreman, Leo Cleary, Art Balanger,
                                                                Clayton Post, Jack Lloyd.  Excellent
                                                                story behind the AFRS Network birth in
                                                                1942.


10024 B  "AIR ATTACK ON U. S. WARSHIPS"       06-07-44  :14:00* Mutual.  George Hicks reports as
                                                                German planes attack American ships
                                                                and they shoot back.


1151 D1  "AL JOLSON CALLS THE RACES"          07-16-40  :10:20  Al Jolson announces the race from
                                                                Arlington Park, Illinois, Libertyville
                                                                Horse Race


6388 A1  "ALBERT EINSTEIN NEWS                          :30:00  FROM: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
         CONFERENCE"


82261    "ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN               12-22-96  :60:00* BBC Production   ** STEREO **
         WONDERLAND  PART 1"


82262    "ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN               12-22-96  :60:00* BBC Production   ** STEREO **
         WONDERLAND  PART 2"


6826 B1  "AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND                1935   1:00:00  Basically a long commercial for AT &
         TELEGRAPH'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY                           T.  Some good music.
         SHOW"


111      "AMERICA SALUTES THE                 01-29-44  :54:26  March Of Dimes fund appeal from the
         PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY"                                  Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York
                                                                City.  Host: Garry Moore.  Narrator:
                                                                Edward R. Murrow.  Featuring: Basil
                                                                O'Connor, Bob Hope, Conrad Nagel, Dan
                                                                Seymour, Dinah Shore, Eddie Cantor,
                                                                Frances Langford, Frank Sinatra,
                                                                Franklin Roosevelt, Georgia Gibbs,
                                                                Jerry Colonna, Jimmy Durante, Lily
                                                                Pons, Mary Pickford, Paul Whiteman and
                                                                His Orchestra, The U. S. Marine Band


82274    "AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN               1997    :60:00* BBC Production   ** STEREO **
         LONDON  PART 1"


82275    "AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN               1997    :60:00* BBC Production   ** STEREO **
         LONDON  PART 2"


473 C5   "ANDY HALEY SPOOF ON TV           1  07-16-46  :10:00  Andy Haley   Very funny & wild
         LICENSING"                                             language & inuendos for 1946  "Three
                                                                Little Words"


7052 C2  "ARGENTINITA"                   AUD  04-11-41  :26:30  Pablo Miguel: Piano, Carlos Montoya:
                                                                Guitar


71890    "ARMY - MCCARTHY HEARINGS"           04-22-54  :52:30  Some really interesting stuff!!
                                                                Host: James Fleming.  Announcer:
                                                                RayBarrett.   Richard Harkness, Leon
                                                                Pearson, W. W. Chaplin, David
                                                                Brinkley, Leif Eid, Earl Godwin,
                                                                Joseph C. Harsch


54882    "AROUND THE WORLD WITH HOWARD        07-31-48  :30:00*  
         HUGHES"


98947    "AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED          11-06-44 1:00:30  "ROOSEVELT FOR PRESIDENT" CAMPAIGN
         STATES"                                                Humphrey Bogart, Judy Garland, James
                                                                Cagney, Danny Kaye, Groucho Marx, Ed
                                                                Wynn, Cliff Nazzaro, Tahlula Bankhead,
                                                                Irving Berlin, Tony Bennett, Frank
                                                                Sinatra, Milton Berle, Edward G.
                                                                Robinson, Paul Muni, Ink Spots -
                                                                OTHERS.


111      "B-29 PLANE OVER JAPAN"              04-07-45  :10:30*  


9112 D4  "B-36 CRASH REPORT"                  02-15-50  :05:00  Jack Little interviews a military
                                                                spokesman from McChord Air Force Base,
                                                                about the crash and the survivors.


82478A   "BABE RUTH MEMORIAL TRIBUTE"         08-17-48  :29:51  Special broadcast honoring "The Babe"
                                                                on the day following his death.
                                                                Mutual.  Host Bert Lytell.


8672 C1  "BATTLE OF ALLGHRIM"                          1:00:00* BBC


10074 D  "BERMUDA CRASH"                      11-20-49  :10:00* Special Broadcast From Bermuda. Edith
                                                                Miserand reports on the crash of a
                                                                B-29 near Bermud. Charles Warren
                                                                interviews the survivors. Announcer:
                                                                Ron Dunn


84118B   "THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1965"          11-25-65  :40:52  HOSTESS: Ruth Ashton (Taylor)
                                                                FEATURING: Amos & Andy, Jack Benny,
                                                                Ken Murray, Edgar Bergan & Charlie
                                                                McCarthy, My Friend Irma, George Burns
                                                                & Gracie Allen


85543B   "BIRTH OF THE BLUES"                 11-01-41  :30:00  SILVER ANNIVERSARY OF THE "BLUES"
                                                                (11/1/16).  Bing Crosby, Mary  Martin,
                                                                Betty Jane Rhodes, Johnny Mercer,
                                                                Brian Donlevy, Ruby Elsey, Jack
                                                                Teagarten, Rochester, Carolyn Lee, J.
                                                                Carrol Nash.


111      "BLOOD FOR A HERO"               18  08-15-42  :30:00* Narrator: Ronald Colman.  Donald
                                                                Crisp, Martha Scott, Hans Conreid


8659 B2  "BOB HOPE INTERVIEW"                 06-08-46  :20:00*  


72115    "BOOK OF SHADOWS"                             1:30:00  BBC Production


111      "BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE"                 02-12-49  :30:00* Guests: Red Skelton, Roy Rogers, Jimmy
                                                                Stewart, Henry Russell and His
                                                                Orchestra, Red Skelton, Verna Felton,
                                                                The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir, Emery
                                                                Houghton (National President of The
                                                                Boy Scouts Of America)  Broadcast live
                                                                from the Statue Of Liberty.


9368 B3  "BRITISH GARDEN PARTY IN             09-27-38  :15:00* Originates from Washington, D.C. A
         WASHINGTON"                                            description of the social event with
                                                                the king and queen. H. R. Baukhage,
                                                                Mary Mason


8859 B4  "BROOKLYN'S 300TH ANNIVERSARY"       06-11-46  :25:00* Broadcast aboard a Tugboat in New York
                                                                Harbor.  Host: Barry Gray.  Stars:
                                                                Doodles Weaver, Harry Hershfield,
                                                                Beatrice Kay, Stan Lomax.


84658B   "BUY BONDS BY RADIO"                 08-20-42  :27:40  War Bonds Special aired in several New
                                                                Orleans Stations simultaneously.
                                                                STARS: Phil Harris, Larry Stuart,
                                                                Alice Faye.  ANNOUNCER: Bill Bringle


54633    "CABLE FROM LISBON"                  05-07-41  :29:33  Stars: Edna Ferber, George S. Kaufman,
                                                                Raymond Graham Swing.  An Appeal for
                                                                funds to support the rescue efforts of
                                                                the Joint Distribition Committee


49752    "CALIFORNIA PRIMARY AFTERWARD"       06-03-54          Pierre Salenger Vs. Alan Cranston.
                                                                Anchors: Don Gardner, Howard K. Smith,
                                                                Bill Lawrence


111      "CALVIN COOLEDGE INAUGURAL           03-04-25  :25:00*  
         ADDRESS"


7052 D1  "CALYPSO SINGERS AUDITION"      AUD  05-18-42  :07:00   


55033    "CAMPAIGN TO SAVE FEDERAL ARTS       06-23-39  :30:00*  
         PROGRAM"


80238A   "CANADIAN DOMINION DAY               07-01-27  :41:15  CBC
         BROADCAST"


86251    "CANADIAN RED CROSS BENEFIT          09-29-40  :59:50  Gloria Jean, Reginald Gardner, Anna
         SHOW"                                                  Negel, Maxine Gray, Herbert Marshall,
                                                                Mary Pickford, Betty Jane Rhodes, Dion
                                                                Quintupletts & Dr. Alan Daypole,
                                                                Ronald Colman, Ann Jamison, Madeleine
                                                                Carroll, Binnie Barns, George Sanders,
                                                                Gene Lockhart, June Lockhart, C.
                                                                Aubrey Smith, Merle Oberon, Cedric
                                                                Hardric, Freddie Bartholomew, Sir
                                                                Lawrence Olivier, Vivian Leigh.  MC:
                                                                Alan Mobrey,  Music: Dave Rose,
                                                                Mutual From Warner Brothers Studio.
                                                                Intro: Prime Minister W.L. McKenzie
                                                                King  "Goodnight Sweetheart" "Danny
                                                                Boy" "The Lass With The Delicate


*na*     "THE CANCER SHOW"                    04-13-51  :30:00* Jimmy Durante, Eddie Jackson, Garry
                                                                Moore, Judy Holliday, Joan Crawford,
                                                                Mindy Carson.   Special show
                                                                pre-empting "NERO WOLFE" on this date


10024 A  "CAPTAIN CLARK GABLE"                08-12-43  :13:00* Captain Clark Gable interviews two
                                                                other Service Men about the air war
                                                                against the Nazis, and what it's like
                                                                to be in a B-17 fighting the
                                                                Luftwaffe.  Newscaster: Don
                                                                Hollenbeck.  From England.  NBC  Gruen
                                                                Watch.


86250    "CARLTON E. MORSE INTERVIEW"         06-03-61 1:18:40  Interview by Jim Harmon primarily  "I
                                                                Love a Mystery."


55041    "CASCADE TUNNEL DEDICATION           01-29-29 1:05:59  Dedication of the Great Northern
         PROGRAM"                                               Railroad's Cascade Tunnel.  The
                                                                program that launched the "Empire
                                                                Builders" radio series.  Announcers:
                                                                Graham McNamee and Phillips Carlin.
                                                                Herbert Hoover, Madame Ernestine
                                                                Schumann-Heink, George Olsen and His
                                                                Orchestra, J. B. Campbell (chairman of
                                                                the I. C. C., speaking from
                                                                Washington, D. C.), W. W. Atterbury
                                                                (president of the Pennsylvania
                                                                Railroad, speaking from Philadelphia),
                                                                Ralph Budd (president of the Great
                                                                Northern Railroad.  Recorded 1-12-29
                                                                and broadcast 1-29-29


84604B   "CASCADE OF STARS"                   09-26-52  :29:20  NBC promotion of it's 1952-1953
                                                                season.  HOST: Bob MacKenzie.  STARS:
                                                                Graucho Marx, Judy Canova, Ralph
                                                                Edwards, Phil Harris, Willard
                                                                Waterman, Red Skelton, Sheldon
                                                                Leonard, Frank Nelson, Walter Tetley,
                                                                Earle Ross, Lillian Randolph, Rod
                                                                O'Connor, Alan Reed Jr.


86248    "CASE OF SERGE RUBENSTEIN"           02-06-55  :60:00  STARS: William Gargan.    Documentry
                                                                style characterization of a murder
                                                                case.  Features NBC reporter Frank
                                                                Bertholzer, financial advisor Leslie
                                                                Gould and others from Rubenstein's
                                                                life.  Edited and directed by Chet
                                                                Hagen.  Produced by NBC News
                                                                Department.


85568B   "CAVALCADE OF 1947"                  01-02-48  :25:00  The 10 biggest news stories of 1947 as
                                                                presented by by the United Press ...
                                                                Howard Hughes-General Meyers War
                                                                Contract investegation.  The World
                                                                series; New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn
                                                                Dodgers


111      "A CENTURY OF LIGHT"                 10-10-55  :30:00* Host: Marvin Miller.  PG & E
                                                                Centennial story


9321 D1  "CHARLES A LINDBERG SPEECH"                             


9321 D2  "CHARLES A LINDBERG SPEECH"                             


8989 B1  "CHARLES MANSON INTERVIEW"           08-11-75  :15:00* From San Quenton Prison


8750 B   "THE CHICAGO RAILROAD FAIR"          07-04-48 1:13:29  The "Wheels A-Rolling" music pageant
                                                                live from "The Century Of Progress"
                                                                fair grounds. The story of American
                                                                Railroading and Transportation.
                                                                Aristedes Copulos reads the Gettysburg
                                                                address and a speech by Abraham
                                                                Lincoln.  Narrators: Marian Claire


8117 A3  "A CHILD'S WISH"                               :15:00  STARS: Norma Jean Neilson, Pat Falen,
                                                                Virginia Gregg, Jay Novello, Jack
                                                                Carrol.  ANNOUNCER: Hi Averback
                                                                AFRS PRODUCTION


56826 B  "CHRISTMAS LANE"                174            :27:16  Pat O'Brien  Christmas Program


9022 A4  "CHRISTMAS SONGS"                                       


111      "CHRISTMAS WITH LOVE"                          :25:00* Special Christmas Program.
                                                                Host/Narrator: James Gleason.  Stars:
                                                                Cathy Lewis.


96539A   "A CHRISTMAS CAROL"                  12-24-31  :40:09  NBC Syndicated Production by George P.
                                                                Ludlam    Christmas Program


9000 A2  "A CHRISTMAS CAROL"                    1940    :25:00*  


86247    "CHRISTMAS EVE AT THE FRONT"         12-24-43 1:13:57  Lionel Barrymore, Bing Crosby, Bob
                                                                Hope, Eddie Dunsteader, President
                                                                Franklin D. Roosevelt   Christmas
                                                                Program


71603AC  "CHRISTMAS REUNION"                  12-25-43 2:24:00* NBC  SUSTAINED   HOST: Robert St.
                                                                John.  Mitchell Boys Choir, Jose
                                                                Iturbi, Freeman Gosdon, Charles
                                                                Correll (Amos & Andy).  Shortwave
                                                                broadcast from around the World
                                                                including Bethlehem.  Many interviews
                                                                with soldiers.          Christmas
                                                                Program


86246B   "CHRISTMAS CAROLS"                   12-25-43  :23:23  Live from the Cathedral of St. John
                                                                The Devine in New York City.
                                                                Christmas Program


9133 B1  "A CHRISTMAS STOCKING"               12-24-44  :30:00* Host: Ginger Rogers.  Stars: Helen
                                                                Traubel, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Roland
                                                                Young, Dinah Shore, John Nesbitt.
                                                                Special Christmas Program.


111      "THE CHRISTMAS THAT ALMOST           12-24-50  :29:51  1A Christmas Fantasy" Written by Daws
         NEVER WAS"                                             Butler.  Director: Chuck Benedict.
                                                                Narrator: John C. Smith.  Stars: Daws
                                                                Butler, Marion Richman, Don Messick.
                                                                Music: Eddie Dunstedter.  Standard
                                                                Radio Production.  Christmas Program


87021B   "A CHRISTMAS CAROL"                  12-24-53  :24:24  NBC  QUAKER OATS (Commercials waved)
                                                                Laurence Olivier as NARRATOR and as
                                                                Scrooge.   Christmas Program


86249    "A CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR"            12-25-56 1:16:40  HOST: EDDIE CANTOR.   Sons of the
                                                                Pioneers, George Gobol, George Jessel,
                                                                The Skylarks, Pat O'Brien, Tony
                                                                Martin, Dick Cantino, Edgar Bergan,
                                                                Charlie McCarthy, June Havoc, Billy
                                                                Daniels     Christmas Program


8277 B3  "CHRISTMAS AT THE RADIO"             12-24-59  :22:10  Featuring Dick Liebert at the Organ.
                                                                Christmas Program


10068 A  "CLETE ROBERTS NEWS"                 10-07-49  : 3:00* Mutual


85658B   "COLGATE AUDITION"              AUD  08-11-47  :20:10  Allan Coad, singer-Australian
                                                                Balladeer


9104 D4  "COLONEL CHARLES E, MORRISON                            
         INTERVIEW"


82478B   "COLONEL JACOB RUPERT MEMORIAL       01-15-39  :29:37  Host: Dave Driscoll.  WOR Mutual
         TRIBUTE"                                               broadcast two days after his death.
                                                                Colonel Ruppert owned the New York
                                                                Yankees and a brewery. Horace Stoneham
                                                                (president and owner of The New York
                                                                Giants), Babe Ruth, Jacob Ruppert (by
                                                                recording), Will Harridge (president
                                                                of the American League), John Reid
                                                                Kilpatrick (president of Madison
                                                                Square Garden), Sid Mercer
                                                                (sportswriter, New York
                                                                Journal-American), Clarence Rowland
                                                                (administrative superintendant of The
                                                                Chicago Cubs), Don Barnes (president
                                                                of The St. Louis Cardinals), Stan
                                                                Lomax


70220B2  "COLUMBIA SQUARE DEDICATION          09-29-40  :14:56  CBS KNX   Introduced by Art Gilmore.
         PLAQUE"                                                Dedication Plaque presented by the
                                                                Screen Actor's Guild.  Roger Pryor,
                                                                Frank Morgan, Ralph Morgan, Hedda
                                                                Hopper, William Farnum, Dorothy
                                                                Davenport, James R. Pearce (Chairman
                                                                of the Jr. Chamber of Commerce), Jean
                                                                Hersholt, Donald W. Thornburg (Vice
                                                                President of the Columbia Broadcasting
                                                                System), who receives the plaque from
                                                                Thornburg.


6385 B2  "A COMMON VIRTUE"                              :14:30  THE BATTLE FOR IWO JIMA


8614 B1  "CRWX JOINS THE MUTUAL               12-01-44  :30:00*  
         NETWORK"


99376    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 1"            06-06-44  :50:03  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


99379    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 2"            06-06-44 1:14:22  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


99379    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 3"            06-06-44 1:07:37  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


99379    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 4"            06-06-44 1:19:28  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


99379    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 5"            06-06-44  :13:56  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


99379    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 6"            06-06-44  :14:36  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


99379    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 7"            06-06-44  :24:58  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


99379    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 8"            06-06-44  :42:33  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


99379    "D DAY COVERAGE   PART 9"            06-06-44  :07:40  Uninterupted "D" Day Coverage as heard
                                                                all day long on CBS News.  These are
                                                                news broadcasts only ... no regular
                                                                programs.  Total running time is
                                                                approximately 6 hours


111      "A DAY OF PRAYER"                    08-19-45  :30:00* Stars: Joseph Cotten &n Rise Stevens.
                                                                First Annual National Day Of Prayer
                                                                Special.


10086 D  "DEAN MARTIN SINGING JINGLE                    :10:00*  
         BELLS AND WHITE CHRISTMAS
         DRUNK"


85877B   "THE DEVIL WHO WALKED LIKE A         06-07-47  :29:40  Arnold Moss, Ted de Corsia
         MAN"


111      "DEWEY-BRICKER 1944                  01-11-44  :14:13  William A. Atherton Speeks in favor of
         PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN"                                 the Dewey-Bricker ticket.


111      "DOCUMENT A-777"                     04-17-50 1:00:00* Writer/Producer/Director: Norman
                                                                Corwin.  Narrator: Van Heflin.  Music:
                                                                Lyn Murray.  Features: Charles Boyer,
                                                                Lee J. Cobb, Ronald Colman, Joan
                                                                Crawford, Maurice Evans, Jose Ferrer,
                                                                Reginald Gardiner, Lena Horne, Marsha
                                                                Hunt, Charles Laughton, Laurence
                                                                Olivier, Vincent Price, Edward G.
                                                                Robinson, Robert Ryan, Robert Young,
                                                                Jean Hersholt, Alexander Knox, Hilda
                                                                Vaughn, Emlyn Williams.


56532    "DON JUAN IN HELL-PART 1"         1  10-22-51  :45:44  Recorded live from Carnegie Hall.
                                                                This is the third act of George
                                                                Bernard Shaw's play, "Man and
                                                                Superman."  Stars: "The First Drama
                                                                Quartet": Charles Boyer as Don Juan,
                                                                Sir Cedric Hardwicke as The Commander,
                                                                Agnes Moorehead as Dona Ana and
                                                                Charles Laughton as The Devil.
                                                                Directed by Charles Laughton.


56533    "DON JUAN IN HELL-PART 2"         2  10-22-51  :46:47  Recorded live from Carnegie Hall.
                                                                This is the third act of George
                                                                Bernard Shaw's play, "Man and
                                                                Superman."  Stars: "The First Drama
                                                                Quartet": Charles Boyer as Don Juan,
                                                                Sir Cedric Hardwicke as The Commander,
                                                                Agnes Moorehead as Dona Ana and
                                                                Charles Laughton as The Devil.
                                                                Directed by Charles Laughton.


1 X03    "DON'T TELL ABOUT GEN                          : 1:00  WWII War Department Announcement
         EISENHOWER'S PLANS"


6139 D1  "DOUGLAS CORRIGAN INTERVIEW"         07-29-38  :14:30   


6139 D2  "DOUGLAS CORRIGAN ARRIVAL"           08-04-38  :19:50   


82263    "THE STRANGE CASE OF DR.             11-12-85  :60:00* BBC Production   ** STEREO **
         JEKYLL & MR. HYDE"


72118    "THE DUKE OF WINDSOR"                04-27-51 1:00:00* Interviews The Duke of Windsor


4420 B   "EAGLE'S BROOD"                      03-05-47  :59:53  CBS special documentary starring:
                                                                Joseph Cotten and Luther Adler.  10:30
                                                                - 11:30 pm.  Commentary on Juvenile
                                                                Delinquency.  Pre-empted INFORMATION
                                                                PLEASE sponsored by Parker Pens


98946A   "EASTER SEAL PARADE OF STARS"        03-12-52  :29:30  Dennis Morgan, Virginia Mayo, Frank
                                                                Lovejoy, Sons of the Pioneer, Joan
                                                                Banks, Buzz Adlam Orchestra  Easter
                                                                Program


98946B   "EASTER SEAL PARADE OF STARS"        03-11-55  :29:34  Donna Reed, Jimmy Wallington, Connie
                                                                Russell, Dan O'Herlihy, Robert
                                                                Armbruster Orchestra  Easter Program


111      "EDDIE DUCHIN MEMORIAL                 1956    :15:00* Special tribute for Eddie Duchin, who
         TRIBUTE"                                               died February 9, 1951.  American
                                                                Cancer Society syndication.


80234    "THE EDMOND KEATING TAPES                     1:30:00* *STEREO*  An archeologist discovers
         PART 1"                                                the last city of the Astecs and a
                                                                secret .... the Aztecs escaped into
                                                                another dimension.


80235    "THE EDMOND KEATING TAPES                     1:30:00* *STEREO*  An archeologist discovers
         PART 2"                                                the last city of the Astecs and a
                                                                secret .... the Aztecs escaped into
                                                                another dimension.


6209 C1  "EISENHOWER'S HOMECOMING -           06-22-45  :30:15   
         ABILENE"


56415    "ELEVEN MEMORY STREET"               03-03-49  :55:00* Mutual, United Nations Radio
                                                                syndication.  "The Fountain of Life."
                                                                "The Yamina Solyska Story."  The story
                                                                of kidnapped Polish children who were
                                                                injected with Nordic Blood in order to
                                                                make Germans out of them.  Then they
                                                                were issued to German Foster Parents.
                                                                Excellent Documentry.
                                                                Narrator/Writer: Allan Sloane.
                                                                Assistant: Eloise Sloane.
                                                                Director/Producer: Gerald Keane.
                                                                Music: Laura Domian


80168    "EMILY'S GHOST"                      02-15-94 1:25:00* BBC Play


8396 C1  "EMPIRE STATE BUILDING - B25         07-28-45  :13:20  MUTUAL special newscast of the crash
         BOMBER CRASH"                                          of an Army B-25 Bomber into the 79th
                                                                floor of the Empire State Building.
                                                                The plane was carrying several
                                                                Catholic Warfare Conference workers.


98636A   "END OF THE NEW YORK WORLD'S         10-27-40  :32:10  Henry Morgan
         FAIR"


4148 B1  "THE END OF AN ERA"                  01-18-53  :59:21  NBC   SUSTAINED   Host: Burgess
                                                                Meredith     The Presidential years of
                                                                Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry
                                                                Truman.


10066 E  "THE ENGINEER OPERATING              04-16-49  :15:00* Mutual.  Rescue of Cathy Fiskus from a
         AWARDS"                                                deep well in San Marino, CA. Aircheck
                                                                from KFWB-FM Los Angeles.


8277 C   "ENGLAND'S PRELUDE TO                12-12-53  :59:42  "Dickens by the Fire" Claire Bloom,
         CHRISTMAS"                                             Margaret Leighton, Margaret
                                                                Rutherford, Leo Gens, Eric Portman,
                                                                Cecil Cantor.  "Music for Christmas.
                                                                Christmas Program


111      "ESQUIRE MAGAZINE ALL-STAR           01-16-46  :60:00* Host: Orson Welles.
         JAZZ CONCERT FOR 1946"


72063    "F.T.A. SHOW - JANE FONDA &          11-18-65  :32:54  F.T.A. Stands for F... the Army!
         COMPANY"                                               Jane Fonda at her best (OR WORST as
                                                                many of us veterans feel!!).    LIVE
                                                                FROM FORT DIX, New Jersey.    *STEREO
                                                                SOUND*


71889    "FAHRENHEIT 451"                     03-04-71  :56:50  CBC Science Fiction Special.


8646 A1  "A FALL OF MOONDUST"              1  05-30-81  :45:00* BBC Production  *STEREO*


8646 A2  "A FALL OF MOONDUST"              2  05-30-81  :45:00* BBC Production  *STEREO*


98843    "FAREWELL TO STUDIO NINE"            08-16-64  :54:20  THE HOME OF CBS NEWS.


111      "FIRST EARTH SATELLITE"              10-07-57  :30:00* Recordings of the passing of the first
                                                                satellite launched by russia on
                                                                October 4th, 1957


3152 A-B "FRANKLYN ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL         04-15-45 1:06:44  Host: Bette Davis.  Writer: Carlton E.
         TRIBUTE-PART 1"                                        Morse.  Conductor: Meredith Willson.
                                                                Features: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope,
                                                                Charles Laughton, Deanna Durbin, Dick
                                                                Powell, Ed Gardner, Eddie Cantor,
                                                                Edgar Bergen, Ethel Smith, Ginny
                                                                Simms, Harold Peary, Ingrid Bergman,
                                                                Jack Benny, James Cagney, John Charles
                                                                Thomas, Kay Kyser, The Ken Darby
                                                                Chorus, Robert Young, Ronald Colman,
                                                                Shirley Ross, The Charioteers, Will
                                                                Hays


3152 C-D "FRANKLYN ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL         04-15-45 1:00:45  Host: Bette Davis.  Writer: Carlton E.
         TRIBUTE-PART 2"                                        Morse.  Conductor: Meredith Willson.
                                                                Features: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope,
                                                                Charles Laughton, Deanna Durbin, Dick
                                                                Powell, Ed Gardner, Eddie Cantor,
                                                                Edgar Bergen, Ethel Smith, Ginny
                                                                Simms, Harold Peary, Ingrid Bergman,
                                                                Jack Benny, James Cagney, John Charles
                                                                Thomas, Kay Kyser, The Ken Darby
                                                                Chorus, Robert Young, Ronald Colman,
                                                                Shirley Ross, The Charioteers, Will
                                                                Hays


9099 D2  "FRANK NELSON INTERVIEW"               1976    :35:00* Interviewed by Tom Read


56122    "FREEDOM UNDER GOD"                  07-01-51  :33:07  Jimmy Stewart, Bing Crosby, Lionel
                                                                Barrymore, Gloria Swanson, General
                                                                Matthew Ridgeway.  Sponsored by the
                                                                "Committee To Proclaim Liberty"
                                                                honoring the 175th anniversary of the
                                                                Declaration of Independence.  CBS 8:30
                                                                - 9:30 pm.   Independence Day Program


111      "FROM THE STATE THEATRE,             05-08-42  :29:52  WTIC, Hartford, CT.  Narrator: Bernard
         HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT"                                 Mullins.  Narrator: Keyes Perrin.
                                                                Producer: George Bowes.  Writer: Tom
                                                                McRae.  Features: Tommy Dorsey and His
                                                                Orchestra, Frank Sinatra, Gene
                                                                Carroll, Glenn Rowell, Morris
                                                                Sterling, Ed Begley,  Glen Wilson, Bob
                                                                Tirol.


84609B   "GALLI-CAMPI AUDITION"          AUD  08-08-38  :21:50  Michael Piastro


12716 C  "A GATHERING IN THE AIR"               1946    :15:00* AFRS Production.  Director: Richard
                                                                Whorf.  Producer: Robert Lehman.
                                                                Writer: Steven R. Callahan.  Narrator:
                                                                Cliff Young.  Cast: Virginia Gregg,
                                                                Elizabeth Harrower, Hy Averback, Bob
                                                                Carson, Howard Duff, Paul Frees,
                                                                Clayton Post, Ed McDonald.  The
                                                                ramifications of purchasing black
                                                                market items.


54404    "GENE KRUPA ORCHESTRA"            2  08-07-44  :28:32  Host: Barry Wood.  Gene Krupa
                                                                Orchestra (First Radio Appearance),
                                                                Peggy Mann, Lillian Lane and The
                                                                Escorts.  Recorded on "V-Discs" for
                                                                supplying to the Armed Forces.


86094B   "GENERAL EISENHOWER ADDRESS          06-18-45  :44:29  Address comes upon General
         JOINT SESSION OF CONGRESS"                             Eisenhower's return from Victory in
                                                                Europe  CBS 12:30 pm Eastern Time


85323B   "GENERAL SARNOFF SPEECH"             03-16-59  :25:00   


50159    "GEORGE GERSHWIN MEMORIAL         1  09-03-37 1:23:33  Dr. Otto Klemperer cunducts the Los
         CONCERT - PART 1"                                      Angeles Symphony Orchestra.  Live from
                                                                the Hollywood Bowl.  Commentator:
                                                                Louis A. Witten.   Nathaniel Shilkret,
                                                                George Jessel, Al Jolson, Gladys
                                                                Swarthout, Fred Astaire, Victor Young,
                                                                Oscar Levant, Charles Previn, Edward
                                                                G. Robinson, Nathaniel Simpson, Lili
                                                                Pons, Alexander Spanic, Tod Duncan,
                                                                Ann Brown, Ruby Elsey, The Hall
                                                                Johnson Choir, Jose Iturbi


50160    "GEORGE GERSHWIN MEMORIAL         2  09-03-37 1:23:33  Dr. Otto Klemperer cunducts the Los
         CONCERT - PART 2"                                      Angeles Symphony Orchestra.  Live from
                                                                the Hollywood Bowl.  Commentator:
                                                                Louis A. Witten.   Nathaniel Shilkret,
                                                                George Jessel, Al Jolson, Gladys
                                                                Swarthout, Fred Astaire, Victor Young,
                                                                Oscar Levant, Charles Previn, Edward
                                                                G. Robinson, Nathaniel Simpson, Lili
                                                                Pons, Alexander Spanic, Tod Duncan,
                                                                Ann Brown, Ruby Elsey, The Hall
                                                                Johnson Choir, Jose Iturbi


80508    "GEORGE WASHINGTON, AMERICAN"        02-22-41  :39:04  Special WNEW Sustained production
                                                                starring Orson Welles in observence of
                                                                George Washington's 209th birthday.


85324    "GEORGE GERSHWIN MEMORIAL            07-04-42  :60:00  Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore, The Kings
         ANNIVERSARY SHOW"                                      Men, Edward Arnold, Bill Goodwin.
                                                                5th annual salute to Gershwin.


70221    "GLENN MILLER (MEMORIAL)          1  06-05-45  :53:09  Benny Goodman, Charlie Spivac, Count
         TRIBUTE-PART 1"                                        Basie, Louis Prima, Fred Waring, Tex
                                                                Beneke, Martha Hutton, Paula Kelly, Jo
                                                                Stafford, Gene Kruppa, Shep Fields,
                                                                Milton Berle, Joe Besser, Eddie
                                                                Cantor, Pearl Bailey, The Modernaires,
                                                                Guy Lombardo, Ed Sullivan, Cab
                                                                Calloway, Perry Como, Red Norvo,
                                                                Harmonica Rascals, Kate Smith, Allan
                                                                Jones, Sammie Kaye, Marton Block,
                                                                Johnny Johnson, Kai Winding, Teddy
                                                                Wilson, L Robinson    GLENN'S PLANE
                                                                DISSAPEARED 12/15/44.  From the NY
                                                                PARMOUNT THEATER TIMES SQUARE.


70221    "GLENN MILLER (MEMORIAL)          2  06-05-45  :57:07  Benny Goodman, Charlie Spivac, Count
         TRIBUTE-PART 2"                                        Basie, Louis Prima, Fred Waring, Tex
                                                                Beneke, Martha Hutton, Paula Kelly, Jo
                                                                Stafford, Gene Kruppa, Shep Fields,
                                                                Milton Berle, Joe Besser, Eddie
                                                                Cantor, Pearl Bailey, The Modernaires,
                                                                Guy Lombardo, Ed Sullivan, Cab
                                                                Calloway, Perry Como, Red Norvo,
                                                                Harmonica Rascals, Kate Smith, Allan
                                                                Jones, Sammie Kaye, Marton Block,
                                                                Johnny Johnson, Kai Winding, Teddy
                                                                Wilson, L Robinson    GLENN'S PLANE
                                                                DISSAPEARED 12/15/44.  From the NY
                                                                PARMOUNT THEATER TIMES SQUARE.


80362AB  "THE GOLDEN MAN"                              1:15:00* BBC production


55092    "GOODBYE MR. CHIPS"               1            :53:05  BBC Production


55092    "GOODBYE MR. CHIPS"               2            :52:26  BBC Production


111      "GREEK WAR RELIEF FUND"              02-25-41 3:00:00* Host: Gene Buck


9281 B1  "GUS EDWARDS MEMORIAL TRIBUTE"       11-07-45  :30:00* Gus Edwards 8-13-1879 - 11-7-45.
                                                                Eddie Cantor


80214    "GUY NOIR -- RADIO PRIVATE           04-15-94 1:30:00* Live performance  Very well done and
         EYE"                                                   very funny!


57180    "HAIL AND FAREWELL"                  11-23-47 1:00:00* San Francisco station KPO becomes
                                                                KNBC.  MC: Hal Wolfe.  Organist: Paul
                                                                Carson, Fred Allen, Edgar Bergen,
                                                                Harold Peary, Richard LeGrand, NBC
                                                                President Niles Trammel, Don Thompson,
                                                                Ernie Nevins, Graham McNamee, Ken
                                                                Carpenter Bill Andrews, Charles K.
                                                                Field, Judy Dean, Charlie Marshall,
                                                                Joseph Horneck, KPO President John W.
                                                                Elwood, Music: Tony Freeman and The
                                                                KNBC Orchestra, Lois Hartzell, Stanley
                                                                Noonan, NBC VP Sidney Strotz, Ralph
                                                                Howard, Ruth Anderson, George Thomas
                                                                Folster (Tokyo).


111      "HAIL AND FAREWELL"                  01-10-48  :30:00* Farewell Tribute To USO Camp Shows.
                                                                Host: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
                                                                Features: Marlene Dietrich, Audie
                                                                Murphy, Danny Thomas, Jack Benny,
                                                                Dinah Shore (From a Hospital Bed), Bob
                                                                Hope, Tony Romano, Frances Langford,
                                                                Eddie Cantor, Sara Burner, Lou
                                                                Krugman.


80217    "A HALLOWEEN STORY"                            :53:09  *STEREO*  John Carradine, John Clark,
                                                                John Huston, June Lockhart, Lynn
                                                                Redgrave, Kasey Kasem & Kim Kasem,
                                                                Gary Owens   ANNOUNCER: Marvin Miller
                                                                HOST: Yaphat Koto  NBC  SPONSOR:
                                                                Jensen Sound Systems.  Aired live from
                                                                The Magic Castle in Hollywood.  Two
                                                                complete "Escape" plays including
                                                                "Three Skeleton Key"  Halloween
                                                                Program


6915 A1  "HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON             04-02-55  :43:00  Special 150 anniversary tribute.
         TRIBUTE"                                               King Fredrick IX, Children's Choir of
                                                                the Cathedral School of Odem Denmark,
                                                                Lauritz Melchior, Michael Redgrave.


9112 D5  "THE HAUNTED PALACE"                   1963    :10:00* Vincent Price in a series of several
                                                                promos for the Roger Corman film.


70582B   "HERBERT HOOVER SPEECH ON                      :14:00   
         PROHIBITION"


80559    "HINDENBURG ARRIVAL COVERAGE"        05-09-36  :60:00*  


111      "HINDENBURG CRASH"                   05-06-37  :15:00*  


111      "HINDENBURG CRASH"                   05-06-37  :25:00* Complete broadcast


56826 A  "HIS WONDERS TO PERFORM"        275  09-20-54  :26:35  Dorothy Lamour  Christmas Program


6385 B3  "HODGEPODGE OF SHORT NEWS              1970    :15:00  1920 - 1970
         BULLETINS"


4353 A1  "HOLLYWOOD MARCH OF DIMES         1  01-22-39  :59:16  HOST: Eddie Cantor,  MUSIC: Meredith
         SPECIAL"                                               Willson   Aired over all three
                                                                networks NBC Feed.    STARS: Jack
                                                                Benny, Micky Rooney, Bob Hope, Rudy
                                                                Vallee, Norma Shearer, "Donkey
                                                                Serenade", George Burns and Gracie
                                                                Allen, Frances Langford "Night And
                                                                Day", Bob Burns "Night And Day",
                                                                Maxine Sullivan "Lulaby In Rhythm",
                                                                Tyrone Power, Frank Parker "Begin
                                                                Beguine" Fanny Bryce and Hanley
                                                                Stafford (Baby Snooks and Daddy)


80560    "HOLLYWOOD MARCH OF DIMES            01-24-42  :59:10  BLUE NETWORK SUSTAINED   MC: Tommy
         SPECIAL"                                               Cook   WRITTEN & PRODUCED BY: Arch
                                                                Oboler  ANNOUNCER: Harlow Wilcox
                                                                MUSIC: Gordon Jenkins Orchestra.
                                                                STARS: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Irene
                                                                Dunn, The Merry Macs, Paulette
                                                                Goddard, Humphrey Bogart, Janet
                                                                Beecher, Dennis Day, Edgar Gergan &
                                                                Charlie McCarthy, Marlene Dietrich,
                                                                Tyrone Power, Kay Kyser, James Cagney,
                                                                Maureen O'Sullivan, Fibber McGee &
                                                                Molly, Don Quinn, Elliot Lewis,
                                                                Meredith Willson, Deanna Durbin (Ave
                                                                Maria)


98895    "HOLLYWOOD VICTORY PROGRAM"          05-08-45  :58:00  STARS: Charles Boyer, Nelson Eddy,
                                                                Jeanette MacDonald, Pat O'Brien, Frank
                                                                Sinatra, Shirley Ross, Mills Bros.,
                                                                Howard Chandler Orchestra, Robert
                                                                Armbruster Orchestra, Axel Stordahl
                                                                Orchestra, Leith Stevens Orchestra.
                                                                INCLUDES A VE DAY NEWSCAST


84717B   "HOUDINI'S FINAL SEANCE"             10-31-36  :24:22   


80363    "THE HOUSE AT SPOOK CORNER"                   1:30:00* BBC production


111      "THE HOUSE I LIVE IN"                09-19-45  : 7:59  Frank Sinatra with a preview of his
                                                                new movie


84738B   "HOWARD HUGHES-HENRY KAESER          08-05-47  :29:10  WAR TIME PLANE CONTRACTS
         INVESTIGATION"


111      "HOWARD HUGHES DIES"                 04-05-76  :15:00* KMPC Broadcast


85421B   "HUMPHREY BOGART MEMORIAL            01-16-57  :24:45  Boggy died 1/14/57
         TRIBUTE"


7467 D1  "I AM AN AMERICAN PANEGYRIC"         06-12-39          LIVE FROM THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL HONORING
                                                                YOUNG AMERICANS.  M.C: Don Wilson.
                                                                STARS: Ralph Morgan, Edward Morgan,
                                                                Grace Hayes, Tom Neal, Randolf Brooks,
                                                                Douglas McPhail.   FOUNDER: Benjamin
                                                                Neal.  "I Am An American Day" is an
                                                                official holiday held the third Sunday
                                                                in May.


85422    "I REMEMBER RADIO"                             :58:20  clips and commentary on Radio history
                                                                by Frank Knight


7052 B3  "IGOR GORIN AUDITION"           AUD  05-27-43  :11:40   


85424    "THE IMMORTAL YOUNG LADIES OF                  :56:10  BBC PRODUCTION   "The Image Machine"
         AVEGON"


80238B   "INTERNATIONAL RELAY                 03-15-25  :36:13  CBC   Please note:, This was an
         BROADCAST"                                             expermental Short Wave-relayed
                                                                broadcast and most of it is
                                                                non-listenable.


8634 B4  "J. EDGAR HOVER - HOUSE              03-26-47  :43:00*  
         UNAMERICAN ACTIVITIES
         COMMITTEE"


99457    "JACK BENNY TRIBUTE - PART 1"     1  01-02-75  :37:22  Jack Benny Memorial tribute produced
                                                                and hosted by Jerry Haendiges for
                                                                National Public Radio.


99457    "JACK BENNY TRIBUTE - PART 2"     2  01-02-75  :29:45  Jack Benny Memorial tribute produced
                                                                and hosted by Jerry Haendiges for
                                                                National Public Radio.


58870 A  "JACK BENNY TRIBUTE - PART 3"     3  01-02-75  :33:56  Jack Benny Memorial tribute produced
                                                                and hosted by Jerry Haendiges for
                                                                National Public Radio.


99458    "JACK BENNY TRIBUTE - PART 4"     4  01-02-75  :32:36  Jack Benny Memorial tribute produced
                                                                and hosted by Jerry Haendiges for
                                                                National Public Radio.


99458    "JACK BENNY TRIBUTE - PART 5"     5  01-02-75  :31:51  Jack Benny Memorial tribute produced
                                                                and hosted by Jerry Haendiges for
                                                                National Public Radio.


111      "JACK BENNY TRIBUTE"                 05-09-41  :30:00* 10 years in Radio.  Eddie Cantor, Ed
                                                                Sullivan, Ole Olson, The Quiz Kids,
                                                                Herbert Marshall, Alois Havruilla.
                                                                NBC  Sustained


111      "JACK BENNY TRIBUTE DINNER"          05-09-41 1:40:00* 10 years in Radio.  From the Biltmore
                                                                Hotel in Los Angeles.  MC: Rudy
                                                                Vallee.  Edgar Bergen and Charlie
                                                                Mccarthy,  Jim Jordon, Marian Jordan
                                                                (Fibber McGee and Molly), Colby
                                                                Chester (President of General Foods),
                                                                George Burns, Gracie Allen, Bob Hope,
                                                                Y. Frank Freeman (Head of Paramount
                                                                Pictures), George Jessel, Ex Mayor of
                                                                New York: Jimmy Walker, Niles Trammel
                                                                (President of NBC), Jack Benny


50924 B  "JACK BENNY TRIBUTE TO HIS           11-09-51  :29:32  M.C. Milton Berle.  With: Ethel
         20TH YEAR IN RADIO"                                    Merman, Ronald Colman, Bonita Colman,
                                                                Mary Livingston, General James Van
                                                                Fleet, William S. Paley.  Music: Ray
                                                                Bloc and his orchestra.


8735 A4  "JAMES J. WALKER MEMORIAL            11-21-46  :29:14   
         TRIBUTE"


1 W10    "JAPAN INVADES NEW GUINI"                      : 1:00  WWII News


70570    "JAPANESE SURRENDER AT TOKYO         09-02-45  :46:00  Aboard the "U.S.S. Missouri"
         BAY"


70570    "JAPANESE SURRENDER AT TOKYO         09-02-45  :49:00  (1) Peace Treaty Cermony  (2)President
         BAY"                                                   Truman Address  (3) General MacArthur
                                                                address  (4) Admiral Nimitz address
                                                                (5) National Anthem   Two wire
                                                                recordings were made aboard the U.S.S.
                                                                Missouri.  One was taken to a Japanese
                                                                radio station for broadcast.  The
                                                                other was flown to the Island of Guam
                                                                and broadcast over radio station KU5Q
                                                                by the U.S. Navy.  The networks chose
                                                                the Guam broadcast as it was clearer.
                                                                U.S. receiving point was RCA shortwave
                                                                communications center near San
                                                                Franscisco.  COMMENTATORS: Robert
                                                                Trout, Webley Edwards.  CBS Sust.


58126    "JEROME KERN MEMORIAL TRIBUTE"       12-09-45 1:02:37  Special 1 hour broadcast in both
                                                                "Electric Hour" and "Prudential Family
                                                                Hour" time slots.  Oscar Hammerstein,
                                                                Nelson Eddy, Patrice Munsel, Dinah
                                                                Shore, Jack Smith, Hildegarde, Frank
                                                                Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland,
                                                                Earl Wrightson, Al Goodman and His
                                                                Orchestra.


82283B   "JESSE CRAWFORD DEDICATION           03-01-36  :25:00  Jesse Crawford dedicates the new NBC
         SPECIAL"                                               organ.  "Frans Shubert Medley", "Roses
                                                                of Cicily", "A Beautiful Lady In
                                                                Blue", "Moon Over Miami"


57165    "JEWISH RELIGIOUS SERVICE"           10-29-44  :15:00* James Cassidy Reporting.  First Jewish
                                                                Religious Service broadcast from Nazi
                                                                Germany since Adolf Hitler and his
                                                                Nazies began the destruction of not
                                                                only the Jewish Religion, but of all
                                                                religions, more then a dacade ago


9120 D1  "JIM BOLES"                          01-30-71  :30:00* Interview with Jim Boles by Gary
                                                                Williams


6225 AC  "JOHN DENVER INTERVIEW"                        :56:50  Produced, Directed and Engineered by
                                                                Jerry Haendiges for CBS/KNX Los
                                                                Angeles.  John was very loose and
                                                                seemed quite comfortable.  Includes
                                                                many of his songs.  Total running
                                                                time: 1:51:30      DOLBY SURROUND
                                                                SOUND


6225 BD  "JOHN DENVER INTERVIEW"                        :54:30  Continuation of 6226 AC.  Total
                                                                running time: 1:51:30      DOLBY
                                                                SURROUND SOUND


72064A   "JOHNNY CARSON AUDITION SHOW"        12-08-54  :31:00  CBS


1915 A-B "JOHNNY CARSON'S "CAVALCADE OF       11-20-82 2:00:00   
         COMEDY""


111      "JOHNNY CARSON'S HALF-CENTURY        11-20-82 2:03:30  NBC KNBR radio special
         OF NBC COMEDY"


6226 AC  "JONATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL"        11-24-72  :48:40  This is a special adaption of the
                                                                story which Jerry Haendiges produced,
                                                                engineered and directed for NPR &
                                                                Pacifica Radio with music by Neil
                                                                Diamond and dialog by Richard Harris.
                                                                  DOLBY SURROUND SOUND


6226 BD  "JONATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL"        11-24-72  :47:50  Continuation of 6226 AC.   Total
                                                                Running Time: 1:36:30


111      "JUDGE HAROLD R. MEDINA TALK"        10-04-47  :15:00* Intoduction by Chief Justice Bill S.
                                                                Gibson.  State Bar Of California
                                                                speech.


111      "THE JUGGLER OF NOTRE DAME"     132  12-19-43  :29:04  Ronald Colman, John Charles Thomas,
                                                                Gladys Swarthout


111      "JUNE DAIRY MONTH SHOW"              06-01-55  :14:50  Host: Bob Hope.  Announcer: Bill
                                                                Goodwin.  Features: George Burns,
                                                                Gracie Allen, Jerry Colonna, Margaret
                                                                Whiting.  Music: Les Brown Orchestra.
                                                                California.  Produced by the National
                                                                Dairy Association


9061 A1  "KDKA - 50 YEARS OF                  11-02-70  :23:00*  
         BROADCASTING"


70220A2  "KEN CARPENTER ANSWERS CECIL         02-15-45  :14:43  MUTUAL OFFERS EQUAL TIME TO Ken
         B. DEMILLE"                                            Carpenter, President of AFTRA, to
                                                                answer charges made by Cecil B.
                                                                DeMille on the MARCH OF TIME program
                                                                of 2/1/45 (7488 D1).  Orson Welles was
                                                                supposed to have given the talk, but
                                                                was sick, so Ken filled in.


70220B1  "KFI FM/TV GROUNDBREAKING AT         11-29-44  :13:50  Mayor Fletcher Bowron, Lee DeForest
         MT. WILSON"


9368 B4  "KING AND QUEEN IN THE               09-09-38  :15:00* Interviews from Washington, D.C., with
         U.S.A.."                                               members of the British press covering
                                                                the visit. H. R. Baukhage, A. J.
                                                                Cummings (London News Chronicle), A.
                                                                L. Easterman (The London Daily
                                                                Herald), Audrey Hammond (The Daily
                                                                Sketch), Gordon Young (Reuters).


70222B   "KITO OPENING BROADCAST"             11-09-47  :29:50  ABC'S NEWEST RADIO STATION IN SAN
                                                                BERNARDINO.  STARS: Edward Arnold


111      "KOREAN POWS BACK IN AMERICA"        04-29-53  :15:00* 35 POWs return from Korea


9089 A2  "LABOR DAY, 1946"                    09-02-46  :15:00* Host: Raymond Edward Johnson.
                                                                Honoring American Labor, using an
                                                                Egyptian pharaoh! Bob Haynes, Vera
                                                                Allen.


99460    "LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, "HUBERT       04-01-73  :56:10  SPECIAL "RADIO BLOOPERS" BROADCAST BY
         HEEVER""                                               KRLA ... VERY, VERY FUNNY!!


7150 D2  "LEAVE IT TO ANNIE"                  11-22-53  :28:30  Thelma Ritter, Jean Tatum, David
                                                                Duval, Herb Vigran, Frances Urey,
                                                                Whitfield Conner.    BENEFIT FOR: The
                                                                Bishop's Fund for Clothing.


10066 D  "LESTER SMITH COMMENTARY"            08-08-49  :15:00* Mutual.  The Soviets are extending
                                                                their power over Western Europe.


111      "LIBERATION"                         11-23-44  :15:00* "A Cantata For Radio".  Music: Lyn
                                                                Murray and Corporal Millard Lampell.
                                                                Features: Fredric March, Burl Ives.
                                                                Announcer: Ben Grauer.  Writer:
                                                                Millard Lampell.  Treasury Department
                                                                syndication for the Sixth War Loan.


7461 D1  "LILLIAN HELLMAN"                    05-13-41  :29:50  Paul Lukas, Lucille Watson, Dorothy
                                                                Parker, Herman Schumlan, Wiliam Wyler,
                                                                Dan Duryea, Carl Benton Reid, Herbert
                                                                Marshall, Maddie Christian, Ann Blyth.
                                                                  Scenes from: LITTLE FOXES, WATCH ON
                                                                THE RHYNE


82268    "LITTLE FATHER"                                :90:00* BBC Production   ** STEREO **


111      "THE LIVING GOD"                     04-02-42  :15:00* Easter Special.  Stars William Gargan
                                                                as the Roving Reporter. Also stars:
                                                                Pedro de Cordoba, Una O'Connor, Jane
                                                                Wyatt, J. Carroll Naish, Dennis Day,
                                                                Winona Matthews and Patricia Casey.
                                                                Music and Score by: Robert Mitchell
                                                                orchestra end chorus. Director: Martin
                                                                H. Work.  Supporting Rolls by: The
                                                                Loyola University Players.  Sponsored
                                                                by San Bernardino council of the
                                                                Knights of Columbus.  radio announcer
                                                                on roving assignment, from Calvary and
                                                                the Cross, sees and picks up the
                                                                voices of Jesus, St. John, 2 thieves,
                                                                Nicodemus and others.


10066 F  "LLOYD ALDRICH"                      04-06-49  :  : 2* Discusses his campaign for Los Angeles
                                                                mayor.


80360A   "THE LODESTONE"                      04-09-89  :45:00* BBC production


70197A   "LONDON AFTER DARK"                  08-24-40  :31:20  Living through a blackout in London


6388 A3  "LONE RANGER, WYOMING"               06-30-48  :27:20  Cheyenne changes its name on this day
                                                                to honor the famous hero's 15th
                                                                anniversary.


82277    "LORD DRACULA"                         1975    :90:00* BBC Production   ** STEREO **


111      "LOST WORLD"                                   :30:00* BBC Special.  Stars: Basil Rathbone


7052 A4  "MADY CHRISTIAN AUDITION"       AUD  03-18-36  :12:30   


111      "MALCOLM A. LOVE INAUGUATION         05-10-53  :30:00* Malcolm A. Love inauguation as fourth
         CEREMONIES"                                            President of San Diego State
                                                                University.


*na*     "MAN BEHIND THE LEGEND --                      :30:00*  
         TOSCANINI SPECIAL"


54433    "MAN SIZED IN MARBLE"             1            :45:00* BBC Production


54434    "MAN SIZED IN MARBLE"             2            :45:00* BBC Production


80362B2  "MAN-SIZED IN MARBLE"                          :15:00* BBC production


6385 D4  "MARCH OF DIMES SPECIAL"          1  01-15-59  :14:30  Pat Boone, Peter Lind Hayes & Mary
                                                                Healy, Lena Horne


6385 D5  "MARCH OF DIMES SPECIAL"          2  01-16-59  :14:30  Pat Boone, Peter Lind Hayes & Mary
                                                                Healy, Lena Horne


9280 D2  "MARCH OF DIMES"                               :60:00* West Coast opening of the Federation
                                                                of Musicians.


111      "MARCONI MEMORIAL"                   07-20-37  :15:00* Memorial tribute to Guglielmo Marconi
                                                                "The Father of Radio" on the day of
                                                                his death.  Narrator: Charles
                                                                Bentford.  Jack Bims, wireless
                                                                operator on "The Republic," William
                                                                McGonnigle (president of the Veterans
                                                                Wireless Operators Association),
                                                                Lawrence Mackey (of Mackey Radio),
                                                                Orestes H. Caulwell (First Federal
                                                                Radio Commission commisioner).


82281    "MAYOR CERMAK MEMORAL                03-11-33  :60:00* Live from the Chicago Stadium.  Quinn
         PROCEDINGS  PART 1"                                    Ryan narrates.  Anton Joseph Cermack
                                                                born 5-9-1873, died 3-6-1933.  Mayor
                                                                of Chicago 1931-1933


82282    "MAYOR CERMAK MEMORAL                03-11-33  :60:00* Live from the Chicago Stadium.  Quinn
         PROCEDINGS  PART 2"                                    Ryan narrates.  Anton Joseph Cermack
                                                                born 5-9-1873, died 3-6-1933.  Mayor
                                                                of Chicago 1931-1933


82283A1  "MAYOR CERMAK MEMORAL                03-11-33  :20:50  Live from the Chicago Stadium.  Quinn
         PROCEDINGS  PART 3"                                    Ryan narrates.  Anton Joseph Cermack
                                                                born 5-9-1873, died 3-6-1933.  Mayor
                                                                of Chicago 1931-1933


10057 E  "MAYOR FLETCHER BOWRON"              03-11-57  :15:00* The mayor of Los Angeles replies to
                                                                charges against him.


111      "MCCARTHY HEARING"                   06-10-54  :15:00*  


111      "MCCARTHY HEARING"                   06-11-54  :15:00*  


8857 A2  "MCCOESKER-HERSHFIELD CARDIAC        12-05-37 1:35:00* Continued on reel 8858
         FOUNDATION DINNER"


8858 A1  "MCCOESKER-HERSHFIELD CARDIAC        12-05-37 1:35:00* Continued from reel 8857
         FOUNDATION DINNER"


6140 B3  "MCGEACHEY DAILY ROUNDUP"            01-20-44  :14:00  Naimish McGeaghey


111      "MEMPHIS IN JUNE"                              :15:00*  


10044 A  "MEN FROM MARS"                        1939    :20:00* CBS. Community Cooperative Concerts
                                                                Presents "The Men From Mars" as a
                                                                promo for their Concerts.   Soloist:
                                                                Helen Jepson. Directed by Brewster
                                                                Morgan. Script by Margaret Lewereth.


7052 D4  "MIDNIGHT SUPPER"                    05-13-41  :30:00* Paul Lukas, Lucille Watson, Dorothy
                                                                Parker, Carl Benton Reid, Herbert
                                                                Marshall, Maddie Christian, Ann Blyth.
                                                                 Scenes from: LITTLE FOXES and WATCH
                                                                ON THE RINE.


111      "MILESTONES ON THE ROAD TO           05-08-45 1:00:00* Special V-E Day program.  Voices o:
         PEACE"                                                 President Truman, President Soong of
                                                                China, Adolf Hitler, Max Jordan
                                                                reporting from Munich, Neville
                                                                Chamberlain, Winston Churchill,
                                                                Clement Attlee, General Dewight
                                                                Eisenhower, General Douglas MacArthur,
                                                                Benito Mussolinii, Don Hollenbeck,
                                                                John W. Vandercook, Max Jordan,
                                                                Neville Chamberlain.  Narrator:
                                                                Bernard Lenrow.  Music: Morris
                                                                Mamorsky.


8042 A1  "THE MIRACLE OF AMERICA"             08-20-50  :59:59  HOST: Robert Young.  Bob Crosby, Jo
                                                                Stafford, Jack Benny & Mary
                                                                Livingston, Ronald Colman & Bonita
                                                                Colman, Frank Sinatra, Jack Smith,
                                                                Dinah Shore, Dick Haymes, Lucille
                                                                Norman, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby,
                                                                Charles Laughton.  CBS presentation in
                                                                cooperation with the ADVERTISING
                                                                COUNCIL OF AMERICA


6388 B1  "MOVIE & RADIO GUIDE'S 10TH            1941    :29:28  Harry Von Zell, Eddie Cantor, Dinah
         ANNIVERSARY"                                           Shore, George Burns & Gracie Allen,
                                                                Jack Benny, Mary Livenston, Dennis
                                                                Day, Bill Hay, Amos & Andy, Connee
                                                                Boswell.


7461 D2  "MOZART'S OWN PIANO"                 08-21-37  :30:10  NBC Special with music played on
                                                                Mozart's actual Piano from Salzburg,
                                                                Austria.  Robert Scholtz, Heinz
                                                                Scholz, Gina Van Der Veer.


70223A1  "MUTUAL-DON LEE DEDICATORY           12-30-36 1:31:50  GALA EVENT MARKING THE START OF THE
         PROGRAM"                                               TRANS-CONTENENTAL MUTUAL DON-LEE
                                                                NETWORK.  John Conte, Conrad Nagel,
                                                                Edward Arnold, Hugh Herbert, Mary
                                                                Brian, Dixie Dunbar


80166    "NATIONAL DEFENSE DAY                09-12-24 1:30:00* General John J. Pershing, on the eve
         BROADCAST"                                             of his retirement, is the main speaker
                                                                in this terrific show of firsts.  As
                                                                far as I know, this is the oldest
                                                                existing complete radio broadcast.
                                                                The first "network" hookup wherein 17
                                                                independant local stations are linked
                                                                to Washington D.C. via phone lines.
                                                                The first use of phone lines as a
                                                                "conference" call medium as General
                                                                Pershing speaks to each of his
                                                                under-Generals on the radio via phone
                                                                lines.  Really hi-tech stuff for the
                                                                day. Very good sound quality even
                                                                including the phone conversations.


7052 C3  "NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA"        03-06-43  :17:40  Carlos Chaves conducting "The Ballet
                                                                Symphony" from Washington DC.


98949B   "NAVY DAY BROADCAST"                           :28:15  Edward G. Robinson, John Garfield,
                                                                June Foray, Mayor Fletcher Bowren
                                                                FIRST HALF ONLY


70581B   "NAVY RELIEF PROGRAM"                01-07-42  :29:50  Promotes Navy Relief Society and
                                                                Mutual's broadcast of the Joe
                                                                Louis-Buddy Baer fight.  Walter
                                                                Winchell Hosts.  Features: Betty Jane
                                                                Rhodes, Walter Huston, Brian Donlevy,
                                                                Don Dunphey, Joe Louis, Tom Slater.
                                                                Music by: David Rose Orchestra
                                                                conducted by Lou Bring


111      "NEW FACES OF 1937"                  12-xx-36  :15:00* RKO-Radio Pictures syndication.
                                                                Features: Joe Penner, Milton Berle,
                                                                Harriet Hilliard, Parkyarkus, William
                                                                Brady, Jerome Cowan, Thelma Leeds.
                                                                Producer: Edward Small.


98769    "NEW NBC HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS           12-07-35 2:31:40  Ben Bernie, Billy Wilson, Paul
         OPENING  PART 1"                                       Whiteman, Jimmy Durante,  Meredith
                                                                Willson, Victor Young, Edgar Guest,
                                                                Nathaniel Shilkret, Marion Talley,
                                                                Bill Robinson, Johnny Green, James
                                                                Melton, Will Hays, Gladys Swarthout,
                                                                Irene Rich, John Charles Thomas, May
                                                                Robson, Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone,
                                                                Grantland Rice, Phil Regan, Harry
                                                                Jackson, Roscoe Ates, Barbara Ray,
                                                                James Dillingworth, Laura La Plante,
                                                                Buddy Rogers, Jean Harlow, Douglas
                                                                Fairbanks, Natalie Hall, Jimmy Fidler,
                                                                Anne Jameson, Sam Hayes, Paul Taylor
                                                                Chorus, Ruth Etting, Bing Crosby


98769    "NEW NBC HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS           12-07-35 2:31:40  Ben Bernie, Billy Wilson, Paul
         OPENING  PART 2"                                       Whiteman, Jimmy Durante,  Meredith
                                                                Willson, Victor Young, Edgar Guest,
                                                                Nathaniel Shilkret, Marion Talley,
                                                                Bill Robinson, Johnny Green, James
                                                                Melton, Will Hays, Gladys Swarthout,
                                                                Irene Rich, John Charles Thomas, May
                                                                Robson, Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone,
                                                                Grantland Rice, Phil Regan, Harry
                                                                Jackson, Roscoe Ates, Barbara Ray,
                                                                James Dillingworth, Laura La Plante,
                                                                Buddy Rogers, Jean Harlow, Douglas
                                                                Fairbanks, Natalie Hall, Jimmy Fidler,
                                                                Anne Jameson, Sam Hayes, Paul Taylor
                                                                Chorus, Ruth Etting, Bing Crosby


80186    "NEW YORK YANKEES VS. DETROIT     1  09-20-34 1:30:00  Announcer: Ty Titon    Heard over WWJ
         TIGERS  PART 1"                                        Detroit News.  SPONSOR: Mobil Oil
                                                                Company


80187    "NEW YORK YANKEES VS. DETROIT     2  09-20-34 1:30:00  Announcer: Ty Titon    Heard over WWJ
         TIGERS  PART 2"                                        Detroit News.  SPONSOR: Mobil Oil
                                                                Company


111      "NIGHT OF THE AUK"                            1:00:00* Written by Arch Oboler


80213    "NIGHTMARE WORLD"                              :58:10  BBC PRODUCTION


50932    "NIGHT OF THE HUNTER"                08-23-55  :49:48  Special broadcast to introduce and
                                                                promote Charles Laughton's new movie,
                                                                "Night of the Hunter."  This program
                                                                aired in the "Biography In Sound" time
                                                                slot.  NBC  Sustained


6915 A4  "NOEL COWARD SPEAKING FROM           07-27-40  : 7:40  Special broadcast on war stories.
         LONDON"


82245A   "NORMAN CORWIN TESTIMONAL            03-31-46  :30:00* CBS
         DINNER AND SPEECH"


111      "NORTH HOLLYWOOD YMCA DAY CAMP                 :15:00* Bob Hope, Jerry Colonna
         DEDICATION"


9112 D3  "NUCLEAR DETONATION"                 10-22-51  :05:00* Report on the Nuclear Detination at
                                                                Desert Rock, Nevada. Actual sounds of
                                                                the detenation are heard.


84143    "OH NO, MR. O"                                 :58:30  ** STEREO SURROUND SOUND **   Arch
                                                                Obolor parady


3597 D1  "THE ADVENTURES OF OLIVER                      :26:30  Basil Rathbone     SPECIAL
         TWIST"


54446    "OLYMPIC COVERAGE FROM BERLIN"       08-08-36  :31:57  CBS WABC 10:00 am.   Live Short-Wave
                                                                coverage from Berlin


56942    "ON A NOTE OF TRIUMPH"               05-13-45  :59:55  Bernard Herrmann (composer), Lud
                                                                Gluskin (conductor), Berne Surrey
                                                                (sound engineer), Gary Harris (studio
                                                                engineer), Charles Lewin (production
                                                                assistant), Lou Ashworth (production
                                                                assistant), William L. Shirer, Ludwig
                                                                Donath, Peter Witt, Johnny Bond,
                                                                Martin Gabel (narrator), Norman Corwin
                                                                (writer, producer, director), Peggy
                                                                Rae, Joan Lorring, Elliott Lewis,
                                                                Merton Kopkin, Lucille Meredith,
                                                                Raymond Lawrence, Alec Harford, George
                                                                Sorel, Dick Nelson, Bob Bruce, Joseph
                                                                Worthy, Lurene Tuttle, Regina Wallace,
                                                                June Foray, Pat McGeehan, Harr


111      "ON THE WAY TO YORKTOWN"             02-22-38  :30:00* Basil Rathbone, Conrad Nagel, Edward
                                                                Arnold, George Jessel.  Special George
                                                                Washington program in honor of his
                                                                Birthday.   Produced by NBC in
                                                                cooperation with The Conference Of
                                                                Jews and Christians.


9281 A1  "OPERATION NIGHTMARE"                06-09-47  :30:00* Al Jolson, John Garfield, Hanley
                                                                Stafford, Lurene Tuttle.  Sponsored
                                                                by: United Jewish Appeal.


54090    "OPPORTUNITY U. S. A."               05-16-49  :60:00  MC: Alan Ladd.  ANNOUNCER: Ken
                                                                Carpenter.  MUSIC: Robert Armbruster
                                                                and His Orchestra.   STARS: Bob Hope,
                                                                Bing Crosby, Irene Dunn, Lional
                                                                Barrymore, Jo Stafford, Al Jolson, Roy
                                                                Rogers and the Riders of the Purple
                                                                Sage, Fred Waring and the
                                                                Pennsylvanians, Edward G. Robinson,
                                                                Jack Benny, Eddie Anderson (as
                                                                Rochester), Edward Arnold, Frank
                                                                Sinatra, Esther Williams, Gene Kelly,
                                                                Betty Garrett, Jules Munshin, Red
                                                                Skelton, Bert Parks, Verna Felton,
                                                                President Harry Truman, Sec. of State
                                                                John Snyder


99367A   "ORSON WELLES MEETS H.G.             10-28-40  :24:00  The first time Orson Welles met H.G.
         WELLS"                                                 Wells.  Really interesting in that
                                                                Welles and Wells interview each other.
                                                                 Moderated by Charles Shaw of KTSA in
                                                                Texas.  Excellent program.


111      "ORSON WELLES FORUM SPECIAL"         05-27-45  :30:00* ABC


84144    "OSCAR HAMERSTEIN, A PORTRAIT"       11-09-57  :55:05  An excellent interview with Oscar
                                                                Hamerstein by Arnold McCailes


8117 B1  "OUR LADY OF FATIMA"                 05-08-49  :29:59  HOST: Charles Boyer   STARS: Loretta
                                                                Young   SOLOIST: Ann Jamison   Special
                                                                Mother's Day Program


58314    "PAUL WHITEMAN'S BIRTHDAY            03-24-37  :59:53  Blue Network. Sustained. MC: Graham
         PARTY"                                                 McNamee. NBC Symphony Orchestra.
                                                                Features: Van Phillips, Mike
                                                                Pingatore, Casper Reardon, The Three
                                                                Tees, Al Gallodoro.


7200 B2  "PHILIP BANCROFT FOR CALIF           11-07-38  :29:20  RUNNING AGAINST: Sheridan Downey
         SENATOR"                                               SEE: 7200-C1,2,3


80361    "THE PHOTOGRAPH OF LINDSAY             1986    :60:00* BBC production
         MOWEFF"


111      "THE PLOT TO OVERTHROW               12-24-45  :29:58  Author/Producer/Director: Norman
         CHRISTMAS"                                             Corwin.  Host:  Narrator: Henry
                                                                Morgan. Stars: House Jameson (Santa),
                                                                Eric Burrows (Nero), Will Geer
                                                                (Mephisto), Ann Shepherd, Kermit
                                                                Murdock, Robert Dryden, Norman Ober,
                                                                Edward Cullen. Music: Paul Winters.
                                                                CBS Sustained


99318A   "THE PLOT TO OVERTHROW               12-03-93  :33:40  NORMAN CORWIN SPECIAL-LIVE BROADCAST
         CHRISTMAS"                                              Richard Crenna, Roddy McDowall,
                                                                Marvin Caplin, David Warner, Norman
                                                                Lloyd, Stan Freberg, Shawn McCloury,
                                                                Kathleen Freeman, Elliot Reed, Parly
                                                                Bear, Samantha Eager, Willian Windom.
                                                                  Christmas Program


8276 D1  "POPE PIES  XII"                     12-24-43  :36:59  Christmas Message    Short Wave
                                                                broadcast ... noisy   Christmas
                                                                Program


111      "PORGY AND BESS"                     07-19-35  :30:00* Rehearsal for first broadcast of the
                                                                famous musical.  Introduction by
                                                                George Gershwin


111      "PORTABLE POSTS"                AUD  04-19-50  :15:00*  


84145    "QUEEN MARY MAIDEN VOYAGE"           06-01-36 1:15:50  Very interesting live broadcasts from
                                                                the "Queen Mary", the tugboat which
                                                                brings her in and an observation
                                                                airplane.  Many brodcast difficulties
                                                                encountered.


6140 B4  "RADIO NEWS REEL"                    01-17-44  :14:00   


43534    "RALPH ELLISON INTERVIEW"              1965            "Invisible Man" to "Playing Jass
                                                                Trumpet"  Interviewed by Robert
                                                                Bamberg


84146    "RAY BRADBURY 75TH BIRTHDAY          08-22-95  :58:50  Charles Champlin, Richard Earden,
         TRIBUTE"                                               David Warner, Samantha Eggar, William
                                                                Windom, Parley Baer, Kathleen Freeman,
                                                                Billy Idolson, Rod Stieger, Norman
                                                                Lloyd, Stan Freberg, Charlotte Greg,
                                                                Shelley Long, Marty Mcguire, Dianne
                                                                Ketche.  Engineering: Marty Halprin,


111      "RAY BRADBURY HALLOWEEN              08-22-95  :46:39   
         SPECIAL - PART 1"


111      "RAY BRADBURY HALLOWEEN              08-22-95  :46:39   
         SPECIAL - PART 2"


80365    "RAY KEMPER INTERVIEW  PART 1"    1  12-21-91  :60:00* Interview conducted by John and Larry
                                                                Gassman


80366    "RAY KEMPER INTERVIEW  PART 2"    2  12-21-91  :60:00* Interview conducted by John and Larry
                                                                Gassman


84147A   "RECOLLECTIONS AT 30"                          :40:00  clips and commentary on Radio history


6385 A6  "RED CROSS DRIVE"                              :15:21  Bob Hope, James Stewart


55732    "RED CROSS FLOOD RELIEF              02-01-37  :57:29  Announcer: Milton Cross.  MCs: Harry
         PROGRAM-PART ONE"                                      Richman, Ken Carpenter.  Features:
                                                                Russ Morgan and His Orchestra "Wang
                                                                Wang Blues", John McCormick "Just For
                                                                Today", Ted Lewis Orchestra from The
                                                                Royal Palm Club "Home Made Sunshine",
                                                                Ada Lorena "Norwegian Echo Song", Will
                                                                Hays, Al Jolson "Mammy", Clark Gable,
                                                                Carole Lombard, Victor Young and His
                                                                Orchestra "Love For Sale", Freeman
                                                                Gosden, Charles Correll (not as "Amos
                                                                and Andy"), Bing Crosby "One, Two,
                                                                Button My Shoe", Ben Bernie, Walter
                                                                Winchell, Marion Talley, Ricardo
                                                                Cortez, Bob Burns


55733    "RED CROSS FLOOD RELIEF              02-01-37  :28:27  Conrad Thibault-Johnny Green "The
         PROGRAM-PART TWO"                                      World Is Mine Tonight", Johnny Green
                                                                "Swing Time Medley", Helen
                                                                Broderick-Victor Moore "Hollywood In
                                                                Rhyme", Chester Lauck, Norris Goff
                                                                (Lum and Abner), David Broekman
                                                                "Lover", Frank Hodak "Contrast",
                                                                Dorothy Lamour "Moonlight and
                                                                Shadows", Don Wilson introduces the
                                                                final speaker Irvin S. Cobb.


70581A   "RED CROSS SPECIAL"                  01-21-42  :30:42  Hosted by: Kate Smith and Ted Collins.
                                                                 Features Jean Holloway's
                                                                dramatization of "Man Without a
                                                                Country" with Herbert Rudley, John
                                                                Brewster, Charles Webber, Helen
                                                                Shields, Lon Clark, Julian Noah, John
                                                                Griggs.  Music by Jack Miller.


98949A   "RETURN TO STUDIO 1-A"               11-15-70  :24:44  HOST: Don Gardner.   Excellent
                                                                historical discussion of Radio on its
                                                                50th anniversary


6385 C1  "REXALL'S PARADE OF STARS         1  04-12-42  :14:38  Ken Murray, Harlow Wilcox, Meredith
         PART 1"                                                Willson, John Conte, Judy Canova.
                                                                SPECIAL ONE-SHOT PROGRAM BROADCAST ON
                                                                THE SUNDAY AND TUESDAY BEFORE REXALL
                                                                "1 CENT SALE" ON WEDNESDAY


6385 C2  "REXALL'S PARADE OF STARS         2  04-14-42  :14:37  Ken Murray, Harlow Wilcox, Meredith
         PART 2"                                                Willson, John Conte, Judy Canova.
                                                                SPECIAL ONE-SHOT PROGRAM BROADCAST ON
                                                                THE SUNDAY AND TUESDAY BEFORE REXALL
                                                                "1 CENT SALE" ON WEDNESDAY


6217 D1  "RHYTHM ON THE RIVER"                08-16-40  :30:21  Bing Crosby Presents a prevue of his
                                                                new movie.  From the Del Mar Surf
                                                                Club.  Mary Martin, Ken Carpenter, Pat
                                                                O'Brien, Lillian Cornell, William
                                                                LeBaron, John Scott Trotter and His
                                                                Orchestra, Victor Schertzinger


8116 D2  "THE RIGHT TO LIVE"                  05-18-47  :29:31  NBC  NATIONAL JEWISH APPEAL   STARS:
                                                                Katharine Hepburn, Dana Andrews,
                                                                Elliott Lewis.  DIRECTOR: Hyman Brown


111      "RIP VAN WINKLE"                               :15:00*  


111      "THE ROAD TO CROSBY"                 09-22-48  :15:00* Kick-off the the new "Philco Radio
                                                                Time" season (Incomplete - Disc 1 of 2
                                                                only)


111      "ROMBERG REHEARSAL"                  09-03-46  :10:00*  


8659 C2  "RONALD COLMAN INTERVIEW"            12-28-56  :05:00* On Monitor


111      "ROYAL MEDAL OF ST. OLAF"            10-30-48  :15:00* General George Marshall is so angry at
                                                                president Truman about Palestine, that
                                                                he may resign.  Dewey will win the
                                                                election


8042 C1  "THE RUDY VALLEE ALUMNI              03-01-40  :28:10* TOAST MASTER: Eddie Cantor.  George
         REUNION BANQUET"                                       Burns & Gracie Allen, Ken Murray, Bob
                                                                Burns, Frances Langford,


9120 D2  "RUSSELL THORSON"                    02-09-71  :30:00* Interview with Russell Thorson by Gary
                                                                Williams


10027 B  "SALUTE TO THE STATE OF                        :30:00*  
         ALABAMA"


7599 A3  "SALUTE TO TOKIO AND J O A K"        05-14-39  :10:10  3:20am-3:30am PST    SPECIAL PROGRAM
                                                                CELEBRATING THE OPENING OF NEW JAPAN
                                                                BROADCASTING SYSTEM  STARS: Harry
                                                                Simeone Orch & Choir, Dennis Newtin.
                                                                "Mimi", "You've Brought A New Kind Of
                                                                Love To Me", "Minute Waltz"  It's
                                                                interesting to hear us praise Japan at
                                                                this wartime era.


84139    "SALUTE TO LABOR - SPECIAL           09-01-41 1:01:40  Melvyn Douglas, James Cagney, Edward
         LABOR DAY SHOW"                                        Arnold, Lowell Thomas, Duke Ellington,
                                                                Golden Gate Chorus, Ivy Anderson,
                                                                Joseph Britten, Sidney Hilman, Ernest
                                                                Bevens, William Green, Philip Murray.
                                                                ADDRESS BY: Franklin D. Roosevelt from
                                                                Hyde Park.  Labor Day Program


58319    "SALUTE TO AL JOLSON"                10-01-46  :51:56  MUTUAL - American Veterans Committee.
                                                                MC: George Jessel (Hollywood), Jimmy
                                                                Walker (New York).  Announcer Bill
                                                                Goodman.  Features: Al Jolson, Eddie
                                                                Cantor, Desi Arnaz Orchestra, Dinah
                                                                Shore, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Morris
                                                                Stoloff and His Orchestra, Hildegarde,
                                                                Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra,
                                                                George Burns, Gracie Allen, Perry
                                                                Como, Martha Raye, Charles Poltay.


84138B   "SALUTE TO PHIL HARRIS"              07-29-51  :29:30  Special program honoring Phil Harris.
                                                                ANNOUNCER: Dick Cobb.  From Nashville


84140    "SAM HAYS - NIGHT REPORTER"          09-20-49  :54:30  NBC SPECIAL HONORING SAM'S 20 YEARS IN
                                                                BROADCASTING.  TONS OF STARS PAY
                                                                TRIBUTE  8-14-53?


1900 D4  "SCUTTLING OF THE GRAF SPREE"        12-07-39  :13:40* Live Remote from Monte Video


111      "SECOND RHAPSODY"                 4  06-26-31  :14:25  Rehearsal by George Gershwin


111      "SEEMS RADIO IS HERE TO STAY"        11-05-45  :30:00*  


111      "SET MY HOUSE IN ORDER"              05-16-47  :15:00* Memorial Cancer Hospital Drive.  Stars
                                                                Katharine Hepburn in a story
                                                                especially written for this program by
                                                                Arch Oboler.  Announcer: Joe Yokum.
                                                                Aired 9:00 - 9:15 pm.


84141A   "SHOW BOAT"                            1936    :38:45  Original Production starring: Irene
                                                                Dunne, Allan Jones, Helen Morgan, Paul
                                                                Robeson, Charles Winninger, Hattie
                                                                McDaniel, Helen Westley, Donald Cook,
                                                                Sammy White, J. Farrell McDonald,
                                                                Arthur Hohl, Charles Middleton,
                                                                Francis X. Mahoney, Sunnie O'Dea,
                                                                Marilyn Knowlden, Patricia Barry,
                                                                Dorothy Granger, Barbara Pepper.
                                                                Recorded from 78 records.


6915 A5  "SIR HARRY LAUDER"                   04-28-38  : 7:36  Special broadcast about Scotland's
                                                                Empire Exhibition of 1938


8098 D   "THE SO WHAT CLUB"                             :60:00* BBC Production   Peter Tegel


84141B   "SOLDIERS IN GREASEPAINT"            11-25-43  :44:43  Special U.S.O Thanksgiving
                                                                Presentation Starring: Bob Hope, Jack
                                                                Benny, Al Jolson, Frederick March,
                                                                Gen. Joseph Byron, Jascha Heifetz,
                                                                Martha Raye, Kay Frances, Carole
                                                                Landis, Judith Anderson, Jackie
                                                                Heller, Merle Oberon, Jerry Colonna,
                                                                Rear Admiral Louis E. Dunfield, Andy
                                                                Devine, Jimmy Burke, Jinx Falkenberg,
                                                                Faye McKinzie, Anna Lee, John
                                                                Garfield, Frances Langford.
                                                                Thanksgiving Program


80360B   "THE SOMEDAY I'LL FIND YOU"          02-25-87  :45:00* BBC production


82280    "SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY             1983   1:26:40  Special radio play to promote the 1983
         COMES"                                                 motion picture.   Stars: Orson Welles,
                                                                Jason Robards.  Opening narration by
                                                                Ray Bradbury


12374    "THE SON OF MAN"                     03-30-47  :59:03  Easter Program, story of the Passion
                                                                and resurrection of our Christ.
                                                                Writer: Archibald MacLeish.  Stars:
                                                                Rod Hendrickson, James Goss, Theodore
                                                                Osborn, Gregory Morton.  Music:
                                                                Alexander Semmler. Producer/Director:
                                                                Guy della Cioppa


12374    "SON OF MAN"                         03-28-48  :59:44  Easter Program, story of the Passion
                                                                and resurrection of our Christ.
                                                                Writer: Archibald MacLeish.  Stars:
                                                                Rod Hendrickson, James Goss, Theodore
                                                                Osborn, Gregory Morton.  Music:
                                                                Alexander Semmler. Producer/Director:
                                                                Guy della Cioppa


84147B   "SONGS THAT NEVER DIE"               12-18-60  :44:57  Memorial Tribute to John Charles
                                                                Thomas ... Excellent program honoring
                                                                a great talent.


70197B   "THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY"                1970    :23:30  Special Presentation of the National
                                                                Archives


70199A   "A SOUVENIR OF THE SIXTIES"          12-31-69  :31:40  (TRIBUTE TO 50 YEARS OF BROADCASTING)


8605 A3  "SPORTS SPECIAL"                     08-06-53  : 6:00*  


9111 B   "STAN FREBERG AT SPERDVAC"                    1:30:00*  


80224    "THE STAR"                                    1:20:00* By: H.G. Wells    Reading


111      "STEVE BELLOISE VS. GEORGIE          07-11-47  :15:00* Incomplete-Disc 2 of4 only
         ABRAMS"


82244    "THE STONES OF MUNCASTER             08-10-46  :90:00* BBC Production  ** STEREO **
         CATHEDRAL"


1 W11    "SUPPORT CEILING PRICES"                       : 1:00  WWII War Office Announcement


111      "THE SURVIORS"                       12-21-52  :28:59  NBC National Safety Council.  Focus on
                                                                the families of people killed in a
                                                                traffic accident.  Features: John
                                                                Hodiak, Virginia Gregg, Norma Jean
                                                                Nilsson, Carolyn Jones, Ned LeFevre,
                                                                Gilbert Fry, Lawrence Dobkin, June
                                                                Whitley,  Author: J. C. Furnace.
                                                                Producer: Harry Bubeck.  Director:
                                                                John Robinson.  Writer: George
                                                                Pedicini.


111      "TAX REDUCTION BILL"                 07-15-47  :15:00* Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney of
                                                                Wyoming, speaking against new Tax
                                                                Reduction Bill.  9:30-9:45 pm.


10015 B  "TEACHERS FOR LYNDON JOHNSON"        07-16-48  :15:00* Paid political commercial featuring
                                                                several teaching officials in Texas
                                                                endorsing Lyndon Johnson for the
                                                                Senate.


57161    "TEN YEARS AFTER"                    11-22-73  :55:00* A Look Back at the JFK assassination


80162B   "TERRACED HOUSE"                     03-08-94  :30:00* BBC Play


111      "THANK YOU AMERICA"                  11-11-51  :30:00* Cebreal Palsy benefit.  All-Star cast
                                                                including Bob Hope


83973B   "THESE THE HUMBLE"                             :27:37  Joe E Brown   CHRISTMAS Program


111      "THESE NAMES MADE VARIETY"           08-28-39  :60:00* BBC Special broadcast.  Produced And
                                                                Directed by: Ernest Longstaffe. Music:
                                                                Ernest Longstaffe conducting the BBC
                                                                Variety Orchestra.  Features: Wilkie
                                                                Bard. Vera Wootton. Harry Champion,
                                                                Alice Lloyd, Talbot O'Farrell, Ada
                                                                Reeve, and Albert Whelan.


98636B   "THEY BURNED THE BOOKS"              07-24-42  :30:00  Ralph Bellomy


9314 A1  "THEY MET THE BOAT"                  10-09-49  :28:50  ABC special Columbus Day program.
                                                                Sponsored by: ARROW fund appeal (The
                                                                American Committee Of Restitution and
                                                                Righting Old Wrongs Inc.") Stars: Gary
                                                                Cooper, Linda Darnell, Will Rogers Jr.
                                                                 Producer/Writer: Arnold Marquis.
                                                                Composer: Thomas Peluso.  Conductor:
                                                                Basil Adlam


82269    "THIN BOY"                                     :90:00* BBC Production   ** STEREO **


56215    "THIS LIVING FLAG"                   06-13-48  :29:30  Produced by CBS in co-operation with
                                                                The American Legion Auxiliary.  Stars:
                                                                James Dunn.  Writer: Irve Tunick.
                                                                Director: Albert Ward.  Music: Ben
                                                                Ludlow.  Talk by: Mrs. Lee W. Hutton,
                                                                National President of The American
                                                                Legion Auxiliary.  Independence Day
                                                                Program


111      "THOU BETHLEHEM"                     12-24-52  :30:00* Stars: Vincent Price, Alice Backes,
                                                                Gail Bonney, Griff Barnett, Ken
                                                                Peters, Jack Carol, Ted Gifford.
                                                                Music: Harry Zimmerman's Orchestra,
                                                                The Masterworks Chorale.


111      "THREE HUNDRED PARTY-PART 1"      1  04-27-46 1:03:18  Mutual Sustained.  Mutual, "World's
                                                                Largest Network" wecomes its 300th
                                                                affilate, WKRZ, Oil City,
                                                                Pennsylvania.  Hosts: Tiny Ruffner and
                                                                Elsa Maxwell.  Features: Xavier Cugat,
                                                                Harry Savoy, Jack Dempsey, Bert Lahr,
                                                                Randolph Scott, Donald Crisp, Dick
                                                                Powell, Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce,
                                                                Parker Fennelly.


111      "THREE HUNDRED PARTY-PART 2"      2  04-27-46  :55:23  Mutual Sustained.  Mutual, "World's
                                                                Largest Network" wecomes its 300th
                                                                affilate, WKRZ, Oil City,
                                                                Pennsylvania.  Hosts: Tiny Ruffner and
                                                                Elsa Maxwell.  Features: Xavier Cugat,
                                                                Harry Savoy, Jack Dempsey, Bert Lahr,
                                                                Randolph Scott, Donald Crisp, Dick
                                                                Powell, Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce,
                                                                Parker Fennelly.


3597 D2  "THE THREE MUSKETEERS"                         :28:20  Errol Flynn        SPECIAL


80172    "THREE TALES OF EDGAR ALLAN                    :59:30  "The Cask Of Amatillido", "Tar &
         POE"                                                   Feathers", "The Fall Of The House Of
                                                                Usher"  As heard on NPR Playhouse.


111      "THRIFT FOOD MARKET GRAND            09-13-50  :15:00* Host and Interviewer: Ted Meyers.
         OPENING"


80215    "TIME SLIP"                          05-03-83  :58:00  BBC PRODUCTION   Comedy about a man
                                                                who duplicates himself


71477    "TIMMY DISCOVERS CHRISTMAS"                    :29:09  Christmas Program  Narrated by William
                                                                Conrad.  Sponsored by the United
                                                                States Navy


4420 A2  "TIN CAN"                            10-27-46  :29:10  ABC special NAVY DAY program starring:
                                                                Betty Garde   The story of a Naval
                                                                Distroyer


7495 C1  "TOBACCO ROAD"                       04-18-41  :19:00  SHOW BODY ONLY - - SERIES IS UNKNOWN


111      "THE TOMB OF TUTANKHAMUN"                      :60:00* BBC Documentary


12368    "TOMORROW"                           10-17-56  :59:34  Host: Orson Welles.  Stars: Mona
                                                                Freeman, Marshall Thompson.  Author:
                                                                Philip Wylie.  Adaptor: Milton Geiger.
                                                                 Director: Bill Carin.  Civil Defense
                                                                Administration syndication.


42799    "TOURNAMENT OF ROSES QUEEN AND       12-26-45  :30:00* Hosted by Kay Kyser ("Kollege of
         HER ROYAL COURT"                                       Musical Knowledge").  Special program
                                                                honoring Patricia Aiman as the 1946
                                                                Tournament of Roses Queen, along with
                                                                her Six Royal Princesess.


7690 A1  "THE TRAITOR WITHIN"                 04-12-53  :29:59  AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT CANCER     James
                                                                Stewart, Cecil B. DeMille, Robert
                                                                Armbruster Orchestra


55578    "A TRIBUTE TO THEIR MAJESTIES"       06-11-39  :59:45  HOST: Gertrude Lawrence. MUSIC: Ray
                                                                Noble and His Orchestra. STARS:
                                                                George Sanders, Leslie Howard, Anna
                                                                Neagle, Basil Rathbone, Brian Aherne,
                                                                C. Aubrey Smith, Cedric Hardwicke,
                                                                David Niven, Edna Best, Freddie
                                                                Bartholomew, George M. Cohan, Greer
                                                                Garson, Herbert Marshall, Judith
                                                                Anderson, Laurence Olivier, Madeleine
                                                                Carroll, Nigel Bruce, Reginald
                                                                Gardiner, Roland Young, Ronald Colman,
                                                                Vivien Leigh


81203B1  "THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS          1974    : 9:30  **X-RATED**  William Conrad narrates
         - X-RATED"                                             an hilarious version of this Christmas
                                                                Program classic.


53439    "TWENTY CROWDED YEARS"               06-28-34  :52:55  NBC Special.  A review of the years
                                                                1914-1934


6387 B3  "TWO SLEEPY PEOPLE"                            :15:00* ADS


111      "TWO SPOONS IN AN IGLOO"                       :15:00*  


70582A   "TWO VOICES"                         11-16-56  :27:20  News Documentary about two boys going
                                                                in two different directions.


10086 C  "USO FAREWELL TRIBUTE"               01-11-48  :30:00* Host: Douglas Fairbanks.  Features:
                                                                Marlene Dietrich, Audie Murphy, Danny
                                                                Thomas, Jack Benny, Dinah Shore, Bob
                                                                Hope, Frances Langford, Eddie Cantor,
                                                                Sara Berner, Herb Vigran, Lou Krugman,
                                                                Tony Romano.  Announcer: Doug Gorlay.
                                                                Music: Walter Schumann.
                                                                Director/Producer/Writer: John Morris,
                                                                Vic Knight.


9089 A1  "V-DAY PLUS 365"                     08-14-46  :30:00* Al Collins, Bob Haynes, Dick Anderson,
                                                                Freddy Pack, Mel Wyman.  Writer: Bob
                                                                Olson.  Music: Earl Donaldson.
                                                                Remembering WWII on the first
                                                                anniversary of victory.


111      "VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS            04-04-49  :29:41  Host: Bob Hope.  Announcer: Jimmy
         GOLDEN JUBILEE SHOW"                                   Wallington.  Music: Albert Harris and
                                                                His Orchestra.  Stars: Janis Paige,
                                                                Ken Carson, Dinah Shore, Sara Berner,
                                                                Hy Averback, Lyle T. Beggs


1900 D2  "VETO OF TAX REDUCTION BILL"         07-15-47  :14:00* Senator O'Mahoney address on the veto
                                                                of his tax recieciton bill


98897A   "VICTORY BELLES ALL GIRL             12-12-42  :29:48  Lurene Tuttle, Mabel Todd, Martha
         JAMBOREE"                                              Mears, The Music Maids, Bea Turpin &
                                                                Her Musical Jills of Jive, Wilhelmina
                                                                Gould


111      "VICTORY NIGHT AT EIGHT"             05-10-45           


98897B   "VICTORY IN EUROPE SPECIAL"          05-13-45  :29:50  Ingrid Bergman   Written & Produced by
                                                                Arch Oboler


51100    "VICTORY IN JAPAN"                   08-14-45 1:00:25  VJ Day Coverage by CBS News


6385 A7  "VICTORY BOND SHOW"                  12-06-45  :29:55  Bing Crosby, Joan Edwards, Gene Kelly


111      "VISIT TO ATLANTIS"                            :15:00*  


7490 D3  "VIVI JANISS"                   AUD    1946    :06:20  Vivi's New York dramatic auditions -
                                                                Several different kinds of cuts
                                                                showing her versatility.


111      "W71NY 10,000 WATT TRANSMITTER       11-30-41  :15:00* Special dedication broadcast for FM
         DEDICATION"                                            station W71NY owned and operated by
                                                                WOR New York and the Banburger
                                                                Broadcasting Service.  Unveiling a new
                                                                10,000 watt transmitter.


72064B   "THE WAKING GIANT"                   10-04-48  :29:27  USO SPECIAL STARRING: Jack Benny,
                                                                Dinah Shore, George Montegomery, Al
                                                                Jolson, Bob Hope, Marlene Dietrich,
                                                                Larry Adler, Hal Perry, Bing Crosby,
                                                                The Sound Off Chorus, Douglas
                                                                Fairbanks jr.   HOST: Gregory Peck


111      "WAR BOND DRIVE"                     06-30-43 1:00:00* Bond Drive to raise funds to build
                                                                Naval Cruiser Los Angeles.  Host:
                                                                Edward G. Robinson.  Announcer: Ken
                                                                Carpenter.  Music: Coast Guard
                                                                Lieutenant Rudy Vallee.  Features:
                                                                Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore, Ken
                                                                Carpenter (announcer), Cecil B.
                                                                DeMille, Secretare of the Navy Frank
                                                                Knox, Kathryn Grayson.  Broadcast form
                                                                The Hollywood Bowl


80190    "THE WAR OF THE WORLDS - 50TH        10-31-88 1:29:33  *STEREO*  Jason Robards, Steve Allen,
         ANNIVERSARY"                                           Rene Obergena, Douglas Edwards, Hector
                                                                Alizandro, Terry Gross, Philip
                                                                Proctor, Scott Simon, Sidney Walker,
                                                                Mary Duke, Charles Bartane, Joe
                                                                Polino, Don West.   NPR Special
                                                                Production.  Includes 30 minute
                                                                documentary on the original broadcast
                                                                and the panic it caused.  Very well
                                                                done  Author: H.G. Wells


80191    "THE WAR OF THE WORLDS"              10-31-94  :51:34  *STEREO*  NPR Special Production with
                                                                cast members from the new and old STAR
                                                                TREK series'


57697    "WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS"               12-15-41 1:00:31  "Bill Of Rights Day" broadcast.  150th
                                                                anniversary of ratification of the
                                                                "Bill of Rights." Written, Produced
                                                                and Directed by Norman Corwin. Cast:
                                                                Lionel Barrymore, Orson Welles, Edward
                                                                Arnold, Corporal James Stewart, Walter
                                                                Brennan, Bob Burns, Walter Huston,
                                                                Marjorie Main, Edward G. Robinson,
                                                                Rudy Vallee, Elliott Lewis, Dane
                                                                Clark.   President Franklin Roosevelt
                                                                message. National Anthem by the NBC
                                                                Symphony Orchestra conducted by
                                                                Leopold Stokowski.


111      "WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS"               12-15-41 1:00:00* All Networks.  "Bill Of Rights Day"
                                                                special program.
                                                                Writer/Producer/Director: Norman
                                                                Corwin.  Narrator: Jimmy Stewart.
                                                                Music: Bernard Herrmann, Leopold
                                                                Stokowski.  Features: Lionel
                                                                Barrymore, Orson Welles (narrator),
                                                                Edward Arnold, Walter Brennan, Bob
                                                                Burns, Walter Huston, Marjorie Main,
                                                                Edward G. Robinson, Rudy Vallee,
                                                                Elliott Lewis, Dane Clark.  Addres by:
                                                                President Franklin D. Roosevelt from
                                                                Washington, D. C.


8989 B2  "WGN CHICAGO 40TH ANNIVERSARY"         1962    :25:00* Jack Brickhouse, Quinn Ryan, Pierre
                                                                Andre


10057 D  "WHAT'S GOING ON IN CONGRESS?"       08-26-50  :15:00* E.C. Hallbeck interviews Congressman
                                                                George M. Rhodes.


6024 D5  "WHEN PRESSES ROAR"               1  12-10-41  :17:00  Special program to mark Don Clark's
                                                                newly-acquired position with Chase and
                                                                Sanborn.  Never aired.  Script by Lew
                                                                Lauria; Directed by Ted Bliss.
                                                                Announcer: Don McNamara.  Features:
                                                                Byron Kane, Harry Lang, Don Lauria,
                                                                Barbara Jean Wong, Jerry Hausner, Mary
                                                                Church.  Recorded at Radio Recorders,
                                                                Hollywood.


84142    "WHEN RADIO WAS KING"                         1:16:20  clips and commentary on Radio history


57333 B  "WHITE CLIFFS"                       10-27-40  :29:33  NBC Special presentation of Alice
                                                                Miller's powerful poem.  Host Alfred
                                                                Lunt Introduces his wife, Lynn
                                                                Fontanne, who delivers a remarkable
                                                                and unforgettable reading of the poem.
                                                                 Music composed and conducted by Frank
                                                                Black.


4152 D2  "WILL ROGERS SAYS"                             :47:20  Will Rogers jr. playing clips of Will
                                                                Rogers sr. and commenting on them


89609 B2 "WILL OF STRATFORD"                  04-15-37  :29:53  Special Broadcast honoring the 373rd
                                                                Birthday Anninversary of William
                                                                Shakespeare


111      "WILLIAM GREEN KEYSTONE                                William Green, president of the A. F.
         ADDRESS"                                               of L. makes the keynote address the
                                                                convention of the A F. of L., from St.
                                                                Paul, Minnesota.


10066 C  "WILLIAM GREEN SPEECH"               10-03-49  :15:00* Mutual.  Green was the president of
                                                                the American Federation of Labor.


111      "WINSTON CHIRCHILL MEMORIAL"         01-28-65  :30:00*  


80185    "WINTER MUSIC"                       02-19-89 1:25:00* BBC PRODUCTION   Martin Jarvis    A
                                                                Murder/Horror tale about a dead woman
                                                                who is brought home by her husband.
                                                                Her reception is not a pleasent one,
                                                                for reasons which are made clear as
                                                                the story developes.   End cut


10044 B  "WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS       12-25-29  : 5:00* Don Lee Network, KFI.  Features Carl
         1929"                                                  Omeron, the Don Lee KHJ Orchestra.
                                                                Singers under the direction of Raymond
                                                                Paige.


10044 C  "WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR        12-31-29  : 5:00* Don Lee Network, KFI.  Stars June
         1930"                                                  Parker, Howard Griffin, The Four Boys
                                                                and The Forty-Niners, Leigh Harline,
                                                                Elva Allman, Charlie Wellman, the Don
                                                                Lee KHJ Orchestra and Singers. Music
                                                                arranged by Reynolds and Harline.


11165    "WKBF, INDIANAPOLIS DEDICATION       08-31-33  :63:00* Celebrating NBC's newest addition,
         PROGRAM"                                               WKBF. Graham McNamee hosts. Features
                                                                M.H. Aylesworth (NBC President), Sen.
                                                                Fredrick Van Niece, Ted Weems
                                                                Orchestra, the Moon Sisters, Joe
                                                                Parsons, Mark Fisher Orchestra, Claude
                                                                Thunder (station manager), Meredith
                                                                Nicholson, the DeVore Sisters, Ralph
                                                                Boyo, Marba Myers, Harry Mason, Ted
                                                                Landis (Hoosier editor).


98948A   "WMAQ 25TH ANNIVERSARY SALUTE"       04-13-47  :29:59  Amos & Andy, Fibber McGee & Molly


57159    "THE WOMAN WHO INVENTED              09-21-04  :28:32  Tribute to Peg Lynch.  Host: Dick
         SITCOM"                                                Vosborgh.  BBC


80216    "THE WONDERFUL VISIT"                          :56:30  BBC PRODUCTION     By: H.G. Wells
                                                                Narrated by Ken Wall as Wells.
                                                                STARS: Bernard Crevens, Richard
                                                                Pearce, Margo Boyd, Hilda Schroder,
                                                                Joanna Mackey, John Badley, Norman
                                                                Byrd, Emily Richards.  DIRECTOR:
                                                                Martin Jenkins


80359AB  "THE WONDERFUL VISIT"                          :60:00  BBC production by H.G. Welles


83944B   "WONDERFUL WORLD"                    01-14-45  :29:57  SPECIAL PRESENTATION BY THE BLUE
                                                                NETWORK & THE "NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR
                                                                INFANTILE PARALYSIS". STARS Greer
                                                                Garson   WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Arch
                                                                Oboler. WITH: Barbara Jean Wong, Lou
                                                                Merrill, Bill Shaw, Frank Martin, Bea
                                                                Benaderet, Cordell Hickman, Cathy
                                                                Lewis, Sidney Miller


458 C2   "THE WOODEN FISH"                      1949    :30:00* Special WOR syndication. Produced by:
                                                                The American Medical Association and
                                                                the World Medical Association. About
                                                                the meeting of the World Health
                                                                Association in New York.  Narrator:
                                                                Martin Gabel.  Features: Shirley
                                                                Grayson, Wilma Kurer, Virginia Payne,
                                                                Joan Shea, Ralph Bell, Horace Braham,
                                                                Eric Dressler, Murray Forbes, Leon
                                                                Janney, Arthur Kohl, Paul Mann, Luis
                                                                Van Rooten, Rudolph Weiss. Director:
                                                                Martin Magner.  Producer: Marshall
                                                                Hester.  Announcer: Jackson Beck.
                                                                Writer: Allan Sloane


111      "WOR 50 KILOWATT TRANSMITTER         03-04-35 3:19:21   
         DEDICATION"


4154 A3  "WORLD'S FAIR REPORT"                09-27-39  :15:30  Ed Fitzgerald, reporter.  Brooklyn New
                                                                York.  Announcer: Joe Beer.  Admission
                                                                to the Fair drops to $.50.   Several
                                                                skips at end


4154 A2  "WORLD'S FAIR REPORT"                10-04-40  :15:50  Long Distance Phone Calls.  Greta
                                                                Gyser is Interviewed by Agnus Lehman
                                                                (Probably the worst interview I've
                                                                ever heard).  12:30 pm from Brooklyn
                                                                New York.  to $.50.


9114 B1  "THE WORLD'S FAIR BAND"              10-05-40  :15:00* From the grounds of the New York
                                                                World's Fair.


111      "WORLD TRADE WEEK"                   05-22-47  :15:00* "Painting a Picture in music, a Part
                                                                Los Angeles Plays in World Trade."
                                                                Announcer: Jim Buttoms.  Director:
                                                                Dick Murray.  Aired over KECA 7:30 -
                                                                7:45 pm.


4148 A2  "YEARS OF CRISIS  1932 - 1945"         1946    :41:00  Show body only -- no opening, closing
                                                                or credits.

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    Total Number of Titles:   400
    Total Number of Programs: 400
    Total Possible Episodes:  N/A        Missing Programs:         Total Programs in Collection: 400
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