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        NBC  SUSTAINED         Wednesdays 8:30 - 8:50
        HOST: Ed Herlihy       ANNOUNCER: Fred Collins
        Special Series Celebrating NBC's 30th year of brodcasting.
        Exellent programs chronicling the history of radio through NBC's vast
        library of shows dating back to 1926.
90806    "AUDITION SHOW"                 AUD  05-15-56  :54:30   

90807A   "PREMIERE SHOW"                   1  06-20-56  :24:50  Radio City Party; Clara, Lu and Em;
                                                                Fred Allen with Don McNeil;
                                                                Carnera-Baer fight with Grahan
                                                                McNemee; Information Please; Coffee
                                                                and Doughnuts

90807B   "NBC MINSTRELS"                   2  06-27-56  :24:50  The NBC Minstrels with Gene Arnold and
                                                                Vance McKuen. Easy Aces, Al Jolson and
                                                                Maxie Rosenbloom on "Shell Chateau."
                                                                Major Bowes' Original Amateur Hour.
                                                                Leslie Howard and his daughter Ruth in
                                                                a dramatic excerpt written by Sir
                                                                James Barrie.  Graham McNamee
                                                                introduces Rosa Ponselle 1933.

90808A   "RUDY VALLEE, CLARK &             3  07-04-56  :24:50  Rudy Vallee sings on "The Fleischmann
         MCCULLOUGH, LUM & ABNER"                               Hour" 7-4-35. Clark and McCullough
                                                                make their first radio appearance, Lum
                                                                and Abner appear with Frances
                                                                Langford. An excerpt from "Town Hall
                                                                Tonight" with Fred Allen and Portland
                                                                Hoffa. Tom Coakley and His Orchestra:
                                                                band remote from The Mural Room of The
                                                                Hotel St. Francis, San Francisco 1936.
                                                                Al Jolson on "Shell Chateau."

90808B   "TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES"           4  07-11-56  :24:50  "Truth Or Consequences" with Ralph
                                                                Edwards 1940.  Bob Burns and Bing
                                                                Crosby on "The Kraft Music Hall" 5-37.
                                                                Douglas Williams interviews Jesse
                                                                Owens 8-36. The De Marco Sisters sing
                                                                on "The Professional Parade" 12-16-36.
                                                                Tom Howard and George Shelton joke on
                                                                "The Rudy Vallee Show" 7-4-35.

90809A   "THE CHASE AND SANBORN HOUR"      5  07-18-56  :29:30   "The Chase and Sanborn Hour" with
                                                                Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, W.
                                                                C. Fields, Don Ameche, Mary Boland.
                                                                Little Jack Little sings (1936). "Vox
                                                                Pop" with Parks Johnson and Jerry
                                                                Belcher (January, 1936). Al Pearce and
                                                                His Gang: Tizzie Lish gives a recipe
                                                                for upside down cake. Ben Bernie
                                                                introuces eight year old Bobby Breen,
                                                                who sings. Dixie Lee Crosby on "The
                                                                Shell Chateau."      Includes 5
                                                                minutes of news at end

90809B   "GENE & GLEN (AKA: JAKE &         6  07-25-56  :29:30  Gene and Glen (also known as "Jake and
         LENA)"                                                 Lena") sing. Jack Benny, Kate Smith,
                                                                Harry Von Zell, and Abe Lyman on "The
                                                                Jack Benny Show" (1938). Ken Christy
                                                                and The Tap Dancing Minstrels on, "The
                                                                NBC Minstrels." "The Goodwill Hour"
                                                                with John J. Anthony. Fibber McGee and
                                                                "The Old-Timer," Ben Bernie and His
                                                                Orchestra, vocal by Frank Prince
                                                                (1935).      Includes 5 minutes of
                                                                news at end

90810A   "THE CRASH OF THE HINDENBURG"     7  08-01-56  :24:50  Herbert Morrison describes the crash
                                                                of the Hindenburg (1937), Frank Crumit
                                                                and Julia Sanderson on "The Blackstone
                                                                Plantation Party." Phil Baker with
                                                                "Beetle and Bottle" (1935). Parker
                                                                Fennelly and Arthur Allen on "Snow
                                                                Village Sketches." Tommy Dorsey and
                                                                His Orchestra band remote with vocals
                                                                by Frank Sinatra and Jo Stafford.

90810B   "RECREATE HIGHLIGHTS OF A         8  08-08-56  :24:30  1. Amos and Andy with guest: Walter
         SINGLE DAY - FRIDAY, MARCH 4,                          Huston.  Run out of gas, stop at house
         1938"                                                  (Huston), in mountains (peace and
                                                                quiet).   2. Citrus Service Concert
                                                                with Frank Black Orchestra "By, By,
                                                                By".   3. Duet with Lucille Manners
                                                                and Robert Simmons.  4. Southern
                                                                California Flood - special weather
                                                                report covered by Ben Gage form
                                                                airplane.   5. Waltz Time with Abe
                                                                Lyman (Dance Idol of America).   6.
                                                                Jimmy Fidler, Your Hollywood Reporter
                                                                on Greta Garbo's weight loss.  7.
                                                                Remote Band Pickup with Blue Baron
                                                                from NYC Hotel Edison - Green Room

90811A   "A & P GYPSIES, PICK & PAT"       9  08-15-56  :24:50  The A & P Gypsies 1933, Pick & Pat
                                                                1934, Eddie Cantor, Father Coughlin
                                                                2-6-38, Rudy Vallee, Bebe Daniels, Ben
                                                                Lyons, Deanna Durbin.

90811B   "LABOR DAY"                      10  08-29-56  :24:50  Al Jolson, Bing Crosby, Ed Wynn,
                                                                Nelson Eddy, Franklyn Deleno
                                                                Roosevelt, Walter Damrosch, Sisters of
                                                                the Skillet, Chamber Music Society of
                                                                Lower Basin Street, Dinah Shore "I'm
                                                                Comin' Virginia"   Show of 8-22
                                                                Pre-Empted for political convention
                                                                coverage.  Laobr Day Program

90812A   "BON VOYAGE TO KING GEORGE VI"   11  09-05-56  :24:30  From 6-11-39 broadcast.  Hostess:
                                                                Gertrude Lawrence, Ray Noble
                                                                Orchestra, Basil Rathbone, Vivian
                                                                Leigh, Sir Cedric Hardwyck, Nigel
                                                                Bruce, Greer Garson, Leslie Howard,
                                                                Brian Aherne, George M. Cohen

90812B   "MARY MARTIN'S FIRST MAJOR       12  09-12-56  :24:50  Mary Martin's first radio appearance
         RADIO APPEARANCE"                                      on "The Rudy Vallee Fleischmann
                                                                Variety Hour" 2-39.  Milton Berle on
                                                                "The Rudy Vallee Show" 6-4-36.
                                                                Eleanor Powell on "The Magic Key"
                                                                1935. John Barrymore on "NBC's
                                                                Streamlined Shakespeare." Fats Waller
                                                                on "The Rudy Vallee Show" 1936.

90813A   "ABDICTATION OF KING EDWARD      13  09-19-56  :24:50  Ruth Etting sings "You" from "Magic
         VIII"                                                  Key" program 6-36.  King Edward VIII
                                                                abdicates 12-11-36. The Revelers with
                                                                Frank Black and His Orchestra sing,
                                                                "Mah Lindy Lou."  Frank Crumit and
                                                                Julia Sanderson in "The Battle Of The
                                                                Sexes." Julia sings, "In a Park In
                                                                Paree In The Spring." Frank sings,
                                                                "You're Devastating."  Eddie Cantor
                                                                satirizes John J. Anthony and "The
                                                                Court Of Human Relations" 1941.
                                                                Cheerio 1937.

90813B   "LIGHT'S OUT"                    14  09-26-56  :24:50  Vincent Lopez Orchestra 1938, Lights
                                                                Out: Boris Karloff in "Cat Wife" 1938,
                                                                Freddy Rich and His Orchestra with
                                                                vocal by Buddy Clark October 23, 1936,
                                                                Colonel Stoopnagle, Graham McNamee
                                                                describes the Normandie disaster, The
                                                                Contented Hour 1938.

90814A   "LIGHT'S OUT"                    15  10-03-56  :24:50  Jane, Ellen and Patty Pickens (Pickens
                                                                Sisters) on "The Magic Key" January,
                                                                1936.  Joe Cook on the Rudy Vallee
                                                                Show 3-7-39.  Jeanette MacDonald and
                                                                Allyn Jones in "The Firefly" 11-37.
                                                                Dorothy Thompson comments on the Fair
                                                                Labors Act 10-24-38.  Georgia Gibbs on
                                                                "Melody Puzzle" 10-24-38.  Richard
                                                                Himberg's Orchestra

90814B   "THE BIG BANDS"                  16  10-10-56  :24:50  Kay Kyser's Kollege of Musical
                                                                Knowledge, 1935.  Glenn Miller from
                                                                Carnegie Hall, 1939 with Marion
                                                                Hutton.  "Inside Story of a
                                                                Jitterbug".  "Manhatton
                                                                Marry-Go-Round" with Melton Cross.
                                                                Bing Crosby from 1937 "Music Hall".
                                                                Glenn Miller plays "Danny Boy."  Benny
                                                                Goodman plays "'Tain't What Ya Do,
                                                                It's The Way How Ya Do It" from 1935.
                                                                 Fred Parsons substitutes for Ed
                                                                Herlihy as host.

90815A   "JUDY GARLAND AT 12-YEARS-OLD"   17  10-17-56  :24:50  Fanny Brice "My Man", Joe Penner,
                                                                Ginger Rogers, Mickey Rooney, Brenda &
                                                                Cobina, Judy Garland at 12-years-old

90815B   "SOPHIE TUCKER, VIC & SADE, AL   18  10-24-56  :24:50  Sophie Tucker, Vic and Sade, Al
         JOLSON"                                                Jolson, Ben Bernie

90816A   "SONGWRITERS TRIBUTE"            19  10-31-56  :24:50   Irving Berlin, George M. Cohan

90816B   "VETERANS DAY - WARS FROM THE    20  11-07-56  :24:30  Tallulah Bankhead reads  letter sent
         PAST"                                                  by Abraham Lincoln.  Meredith Willson
                                                                Orchestra plays on a program honoring
                                                                Veterans Day. George M. Cohan sings,
                                                                "Over There" on "The Magic Key" 1937.
                                                                The bugler that sounded the Armistice
                                                                at the end of the first World War is
                                                                heard. Songs from "Eileen," as heard
                                                                on "The American Album Of Familar
                                                                Music" sung by Frank Munn, Jean
                                                                Dickenson, Elizabeth Lenox, The
                                                                Buckingham Choir, Milton Cross. Madame
                                                                Ernestine Schumann-Heinck speaks about
                                                                radio and war, 11-35, Lynn Fontanne,
                                                                Kate Smith.

90817A   "EDGAR BERGEN AND CHARLIE        21  11-14-56  :24:50  Judy Garland (12-years-old) introduced
         MCCARTHY DEBUT"                                        by Wallace Beery on Shell Chateau
                                                                11-16-35.  Rudy Vallee introduces
                                                                Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy for
                                                                the first time on "The Fleischmann
                                                                Hour" 1936. Jean Sablon sings, "Parlez
                                                                Moi D'Amour" on "The Magic Key" 1937.
                                                                "The Tune Detective" (Sigmund Spaeth)
                                                                discusses "Say It Isn't So" 11-16-35.
                                                                John McCormack sings "Danny Boy"

90817B   "TOWN HALL TONIGHT"              22  11-21-56  :24:50  Jack Benny - Fred Allen feud.  Fred
                                                                Allen, Jack Benny and Portland Hoffa
                                                                on "Town Hall Tonight" 1937. Helen
                                                                Kane sings. Rudy Vallee, Gloria
                                                                Grafton and Richard Rodgers sing songs
                                                                from "Jumbo," on "The Fleischmann
                                                                Variety Hour" 1935.  Fred MacMurray
                                                                and Dorothy Lamour sing 1938.

*na*     ?? Title Unknown ??              23  11-28-56  :24:50   

90818A   "CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS"            24  12-05-56  :19:50  Professor Kaltenmeyer's Kindergarten
                                                                (December, 1936), Fanny Brice and
                                                                Teddy Bergman as Baby Snooks and
                                                                Daddy. Ireene Wicker, "The Singing
                                                                Lady." Dr. Walter Damrosch's Music
                                                                Appreciation Hour. Alan Reed (billed
                                                                as Teddy Bergman),

90818B   "CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY        25  12-12-56  :24:30  Lanny Ross on The Maxwell House
         FLOOD OF 1936"                                         Showboat sings "Dream Lover." Jack
                                                                Pearl and Rudy Vallee on "The Rudy
                                                                Vallee Show." Floyd Gibbons describes
                                                                the Connecticut River Valley Flood of
                                                                1936. Carmen Miranda sings two songs
                                                                1939, Art Tatum on "The Magic Key"
                                                                1935, John Barrymore, Edgar Bergen and
                                                                Charlie McCarthy on The Chase and
                                                                Sanborn Hour.

90819A   "RED SKELTON DEBUT"              26  12-19-56  :24:50  Cliff Edwards (Ukelele Ike) 1933 "Only
                                                                a Paper Moon".  First radio appearance
                                                                of Red Skelton on the Rudy Vallee Show
                                                                8-37.  Gloria Swanson sings 1936.
                                                                Walter Huston and the cast of
                                                                "Knickerbocker Holiday sings
                                                                "September Song" 10-27-38 on the Rudy
                                                                Vallee Show.  Dick Powell sings "The
                                                                Lullaby of Broadway" from "Golddiggers
                                                                of 1935"

90819B   "JUNE 11, 1927 BROADCAST DAY"    27  12-26-56  :24:50  Graham MacNamee introduces Charles
                                                                Lindbergh returning from Paris.
                                                                President Coolidge awards the Flying
                                                                Cross to Lindbergh. The first coast to
                                                                coast radio transmission with 50
                                                                stations networked. Charles Lindbergh
                                                                at the National Press Club. The
                                                                Clicquot Club Eskimos (June, 1927).
                                                                BF Goodrich Silvertown Cord Orchestra,
                                                                with a vocal by The Silver Masked
                                                                Tenor (June, 1927). George Olsen and
                                                                His Orchestra, vocal by Billy Murray.

90820A   "LADIES NIGHT"                   28  01-02-57  :23:50  Ethel Merman sings "Heat Wave" 1938.
                                                                Judith Tuvim (Judy Holliday) with The
                                                                Revuers 1940.  Bea Wain sings "My
                                                                Reverie" with Larry Clinton's Band
                                                                1938.  Martha Rae & Cary Grant 1936.
                                                                Grace Moore sings "One Night Alone."
                                                                Judy Canova sings "St. Louis Blues"
                                                                with her brother Zeke and her sister
                                                                Annie...Hillbilly style. Ginny Simms
                                                                sings "I'll Never Smile Again" with
                                                                Kay Kyser and His Orchestra 1938.

90820B   "SPEED READING CONTEST"          29  01-09-57  :24:50  Gene Autry sings "Tumbling Tumble
                                                                Weeds" 1937. First radio appearance of
                                                                Tommy Riggs & Betty Lou on "The Rudy
                                                                Vallee Show" 8-5-37. Lillian Roth
                                                                sings 1937. The fast-talking contest
                                                                on "The Rudy Vallee Show" between Ben
                                                                Grauer, Graham McNamee, and Milton
                                                                Cross. First radio appearance of Tom
                                                                Dorsey and His Orchestra, with a vocal
                                                                by Cliff Weston on "The Magic Key"

*na*     ?? Title Unknown ??              30  01-16-57  :24:50   

*na*     ?? Title Unknown ??              31  01-23-57  :24:50   

97798A   "IRENE DUNNE, JOAN DAVIS, BEN    32  01-30-57  :24:50  Irene Dunne sings "Lovely To Look At"
         BLUE, WRONG WAY CORRIGAN"                              1935. Joan Davis stuttering on "Shell
                                                                Chateau" 1936 with Ben Blue. Wrong Way
                                                                Corrigan 7-18-38. Ed Herlihy
                                                                introduces himself introducing Vaughn
                                                                de Leath in 1936, The Ipana
                                                                Troubadors, with Sam Lanin conducting
                                                                1929. Tony Wons and His Scrapbook,
                                                                Russ Columbo sings "Auf Wiedersehen."

97798B   "AMERICAN ALBUM OF FAMILIAR      33  02-06-57  :24:50  Frank Munn from "American Album Of
         MUSIC"                                                 Familiar Music," Bertrand Hirsch and
                                                                His Magic Violin and Milton Cross
                                                                06/1938. Ethel Barrymore on "The
                                                                Fleischmann Variety Hour." Barry Wood
                                                                sings with Mark warnow and His
                                                                Orchestra on "Your Hit Parade" 1942.
                                                                Will Rogers (or an imitator).  Fred
                                                                Waring and His Pennsylvanians, with
                                                                vocal by Tom Waring 1928. Barry Wood,
                                                                Bert Hirsch,

97799A   "ABRAHAM LINCOLN"                34  02-13-57  :24:00  Raymond Massey on "The Rudy Vallee
                                                                Show" (1938) does the conclusion of "
                                                                Abe Lincoln In Illinois." Alexander
                                                                Woollcott speaks about the Gettysburg
                                                                Address on "The Magic Key" (February
                                                                12, 1939)  Series name is shortened to
                                                                just "Recollections" from this point

97799B   "JESSICA DRAGONETTE, HELEN       35  02-20-57  :24:00  Jessica Dragonette sings on "The
         HAYES, PERRY COMO, THE STROUD                          Cities Service Concert (February,
         TWINS"                                                 1936), Helen Hayes and Vincent Price
                                                                in a scene from "Victoria Regina"
                                                                (June, 1937). Ted Weems and His
                                                                Orchestra, with a vocal by Perry Como,
                                                                appear on Fibber McGee and Molly
                                                                (November, 1936). The first appearance
                                                                on network radio of The Stroud Twins,
                                                                introduced by Rudy Vallee on "The Rudy
                                                                Vallee Show." Al Jolson on "Shell
                                                                Chateau" (August 1935).

97800A   "HARRIET HILLIARD, BOB BURNS,    36  02-27-57  :24:00  Harriet Hilliard on "Shell Chateau"
         BUNNY BARRIGAN"                                        (November, 1935), Bob Burns' second
                                                                appearance on "The Rudy Vallee Show"
                                                                (July 11, 1935), Bunny Berigan and His
                                                                Orchestra on "The Magic Key" (1937),
                                                                Elsie Janis on "The Magic Key" (1939),
                                                                Gene Raymond sings (1936).

97800B   "DINAH SHORE'S DEBUT"            37  03-06-57  :24:50  Dinah Shore's first appearance on "The
                                                                Eddie Cantor Show" 10-2-40. Charles
                                                                Laughton broadcasts from London
                                                                11-15-36.  Wynn Murray and Ray
                                                                Heatherton on "The Rudy Vallee Show"
                                                                4-37. Smith Ballew interviews Babe
                                                                Didrikson Zaharias 1936. John Boles
                                                                sings, Sir Harry Lauder sings 1929.

97801A   "HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY"        38  03-13-57  :30:00* Rudy Vallee introduces John McCormack
                                                                1938.  Beatrice Lillie 1935.  The
                                                                Silver Masked Tenor 1926.  The arrival
                                                                of the swallows at Capistrano,
                                                                Padrewski's first radio appearance
                                                                9-25-38 on "The Magic Key," Morton
                                                                Downey 1938.   St. Patrick's Day

97801B   "1933"                           39  03-20-57  :29:00  Connee Boswell, Franklin D. Roosevelt
                                                                induction as President, Richard Crooks
                                                                on "The Voice Of Firestone" is
                                                                introduced by Alois Havrilla. Mary Lou
                                                                (Muriel Wilson) sings on "The Maxwell
                                                                House Showboat," as does Molasses and
                                                                January, Ed Wynn and Graham McNamee,
                                                                Frances Langford, Charles Winninger,
                                                                Molasses and January.  Show goes from
                                                                25 minutes to 30 minutes

97802A   "PENDING ATTACK BY JAPAN,        40  03-27-57  :29:00  Edwin C. Hill warning of pending
         12-1-1935"                                             attact by Japan, 12-1, 1935, Arthur
                                                                Tracy, The Street Singer (1934),
                                                                Nellie Revel appears on her program,
                                                                "Neighbor Nell" (1936). Sigmund
                                                                Romberg, Deems Taylor, and June Walker
                                                                on "The Swift Studio Party" (1936),
                                                                Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Don
                                                                Wilson, Johnny Green, and Kenny Baker
                                                                (first appearance on "The Jack Benny
                                                                Show," November 3, 1935). Jesse
                                                                Crawford plays the new WMAQ pipe organ
                                                                (March 1, 1936).

97802B   "TRIBUTE TO H.V. KALTENBORN"     41  04-03-57  :29:30* Mary Margaret McBride, Chet Huntley,
                                                                Eddie Cantor

97803A   "INFORMATION PLEASE"             42  04-10-57  :29:30  Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocal
                                                                by The Rhythm Boys 1928, Greta Garbo
                                                                and Lionel Barrymore in a scene from
                                                                "Camille" from 1936 film sound track.
                                                                Shirley Temple sings "On The Good Ship
                                                                Lollypop," from the film sound track.
                                                                Bill "Bojangles" Robinson on "Shell
                                                                Chateau" 1-2-37.  Marian Anderson's
                                                                radio debut on "The Magic Key" with
                                                                Milton Cross 2-2-36.  The first
                                                                broadcast of "Information Please,"
                                                                Clifton Fadiman and announcer Howard
                                                                Claney are heard 5-17-38.  The
                                                                Coon-Sanders Nighthawks 1926.

97803B   "IRVING BERLIN TRIBUTE"          43  04-17-57  :24:50  Mayor Jimmy Walker introducing Irving
                                                                Berlin on 1939 broadcast, who sings
                                                                "Alexander's Rag-Time Band," "God
                                                                Bless America."  Al Jolson, Arthur
                                                                Fields, John Steele, Von Delese, Louis
                                                                James, Henry Bird, Paul Whiteman's
                                                                Sextet, Franklin Bower, Morton Downey,
                                                                Emmet Henshaw, Singing Sam, Frank
                                                                Parker & The A & P Gypsies, Ethel
                                                                Waters, Clifton Webb (Easter Parade),

*na*     ?? Title Unknown ??              44  04-24-57  :29:30*  

    Total Number of Titles:   41
    Total Number of Programs: 45
    Total Possible Episodes:  45        Missing Programs: 4       Total Programs in Collection: 41
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