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Post by Wildcat44 1/28/2021, 7:47 am

Sunny Meadows Radio Show

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Sunrise Revue

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Superman - Australian

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Supernaturally Yours. April 23, 1947. Mutual net. "The Cyprian Cat". Sustaining. A man who hates cats finds himself staying at an inn with a strangely cat-like woman. The system cue has been deleted

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Jan 28 1948

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Post by lasombra 1/28/2021, 12:28 pm

From Goldin: Something To Think About. May 30, 1945. Program #63. Anderson Lumber Company Stores. A program about American vice presidents and the modern U. s. post office. The program was recorded May 28, 1945. Paul Coburn (announcer).

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Post by nightkey 1/28/2021, 10:09 pm

January 13 1946 matches the featured players in this news squib

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On this page, Randy Riddle confirms January 13 is on the disc

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lasombra wrote:My copy of Sunday Evening Party is dated 1-13-46, yours is 1-31-46. 1-13 was a Sunday so either my date is correct or they are both wrong. Nightkey may have the answer.

Stranger In The House 540522 PTA on Juvenile Delinquency:

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Post by lasombra 1/28/2021, 10:25 pm

Thanks, nightkey! And congratulations on your Cobalt Club Hall of Fame honor.

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Post by Wildcat44 1/29/2021, 8:46 am

Jan 29 1944 - War Telescope

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Surprise Ending. July 29, 1945. Unknown. "The Cancelled Resurrection". Audition. A condemned man plans to be brought back to life after his execution. A second story with a surprise ending is about a frustrated song writer. William Harrison (announcer), Richard Diggs (producer), Anton M. Leader (director), Joseph Ruscoll (associate editor)

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The Survivors. December 21, 1952. NBC net. Sustaining. A traffic safety program produced in co-operation with the National Safety Council. A moving drama about the aftermath of a traffic accident. How the crash affects those who loved those who were killed. Pretty strong stuff. J. C. Furnace (author), Carolyn Jones, Ned LeFevre, Virginia Gregg, Gilbert Fry, Lawrence Dobkin, June Whitley, Harry Bubeck (producer), John Robinson (director), Richard George Pedicini (writer), John Hodiak, Norma Jean Nilsson. 

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Sylvia Marlowe and Richard Dyer-Bennet. December 07, 1941. Red net. Sustaining. Red Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 6. 4:00 to 4:30 P. M. The first selection is Bach's Prelude and Fugue in D Minor. Harpsichord and lute/vocal. Bulletin at 4:06: a report from KGU, Honolulu, from the roof of the Advertiser Building. The unidentified announcer says "the attack has been going on three hours. This is no joke, this is real war." The telephone company operator ends the transmission for an "emergency call." Reports from New York: H. R. Baukhage reports from Washington (about seven minutes). At 4:20, a "piano recital" is announced, but organ music is heard! At 4:23, Baukhage reports from the Press Room of the White House. He reads a message from President Roosevelt to the Emperor of Japan (four minutes). Sylvia Marlowe, Richard Dyer-Bennet, H. R. Baukhage.

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Symphonic Concert - AFRS

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Post by lasombra 1/29/2021, 10:15 am

From Goldin: Sweet River. December 31, 1943. Program #65. Blue net. Staley's Stoy Flour ("new miracle protein food that is 100% soy"). Carter Hamilton calls Reverend Tomley and invites him to a 4:00 o'clock meeting. The Reverend's "friendship" with Mrs. Dawson is disturbing the Board of Trustees. He's been seen driving driving her car and people are talking. Ed Prentiss.

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Post by Egg_Crisis 1/29/2021, 10:28 am

nightkey wrote: Light's Golden Jubilee. October 21, 1929. Blue net, WJZ, New York aircheck. Sustaining. The program originates from The Edison Institute Of Technology, Dearborn, Michigan, celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the electric light. Edison connects one of his original light bulbs, then shakes hands with Henry Ford and Herbert Hoover. From Philadelphia, a replica of the Liberty Bell is heard. "The Old Fashioned Ford Orchestra" plays "favorites of fifty years ago" (mostly deleted from this recording). Mr. Edison speaks for about two minutes. Herbert Hoover makes a speech in praise of Mr. Edison. Graham McNamee erroneously describes this as, "the first international broadcast." Albert Einstein speaks from Berlin (in German) The circuit from Germany is filled with static. The five note NBC chimes are heard.

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Thanks! I requested this a year ago but nobody had it.

It's from a stash of around 20 hours of recordings discovered in 2010...
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...at the time they weren't letting anyone have any of the recordings, but within a few years Goldin had managed to get a copy of Light's Golden Jubilee. I wonder if any of the other recordings from that stash have become available?

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Post by BobbyP 1/29/2021, 11:36 am

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The Survivors. December 21, 1952. NBC net. Sustaining. A traffic safety program produced in co-operation with the National Safety Council. A moving drama about the aftermath of a traffic accident. How the crash affects those who loved those who were killed. Pretty strong stuff. J. C. Furnace (author), Carolyn Jones, Ned LeFevre, Virginia Gregg, Gilbert Fry, Lawrence Dobkin, June Whitley, Harry Bubeck (producer), John Robinson (director), Richard George Pedicini (writer), John Hodiak, Norma Jean Nilsson. 


This one should be dated December 20, 1952 (9:00 EST).
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Post by Wildcat44 1/30/2021, 7:00 am

Symphonies Under the Stars

Goldin lists 24 . Here are 2 I have.

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The T. Texas Tyler Show. January 11, 1950. NBC net. Sustaining. The first show of the series. The program originates from The Riverside Rancho, near Griffith Park, Los Angeles. A good country and Western show, the guest is Tex Williams. The first tune is, "The Tennessee Polka.". T. Texas Tyler and His Band, Tex Williams

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Tadd Dameron 

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Take a Chance - CBC

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Take A Note. April 17, 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. 8:30 P. M. The first tune is, "It's All Yours.". Ernie Fio Rito and His Orchestra, Henry Morgan, Jimmy Shields (vocal), Josephine Huston (vocal), Vincent Bogart (writer), Lawrence Marx (writer), Roger Barnes (? director). 

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Jan 30 1944 - CBS World News Today

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Post by BobbyP 1/30/2021, 11:16 am

Here are two more Symphonies Under the Stars:

August 5, 1950

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September 9, 1950

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Post by lasombra 1/30/2021, 11:52 am

Take a Card 10-13-43 2nd half only:

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Post by Wildcat44 1/31/2021, 9:08 am

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Take A Record, Please. 1951. Program #26. AFRS origination. Frank De Vol is the host for a program of recorded music. He starts with one one of his own records, "Dream Awhile. ". Rudy Burns (writer, producder); Frank De Vol (host);

There are more of these. I only have 1.

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Tale of the Tune

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Tales Of The Supernatural. 1950. Grace Gibson syndication. "I Shall Rise Again". The date is approximate. A couple visit a haunted house. 

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Jan 31 1941

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Post by lasombra 1/31/2021, 11:28 am

Tales of Uncle Remus xx/xx/39 Audition #2:

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Post by lasombra 1/31/2021, 11:59 am

Oops! Just realized I went past you. Sorry, Wildcat44.

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Post by Wildcat44 1/31/2021, 12:19 pm

Here are some more Uncle Remus

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Post by lasombra 1/31/2021, 1:51 pm

Yep, have all those. According to Goldin the four Uncle Remus shows came along eight years later, in 1947.

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Post by Wildcat44 2/1/2021, 7:38 am

Feb 1 1946

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Tales Of Willie Piper. December 15, 1946. ABC net. "No Story Today". Sustaining. All that Martha wants for Christmas is a photo of Willie and a new suit for him. Sam Taylor (writer), Ralph Norman (composer, conductor), William Redfield, Ruth Gilbert, Alan Reed (?).

Goldin lists 2 more.

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Tarzan - Australian

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Taubmans Show - Australian

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Tea Time Tunes

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Post by lasombra 2/1/2021, 9:37 am

Tales of Willie Piper 7-17-47 Master in His Own House:

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Post by bojim1 2/2/2021, 2:30 am

From Randy Riddle

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Post by Wildcat44 2/2/2021, 7:47 am

Happy Groundhog's Day

Feb 2 1952

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Ted West and His Range Riders. September 02, 1946. WREN, Lawrence, Kansas. The program starts in error with, "Easy Aces." The first tune is, "Out On The Texas Range" followed by, "Back In The Saddle Again.". Ted West and His Range Riders

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Ted Weems and His Orchestra. February 10, 1937. Mutual net. Sustaining. The first tune is, "Old Fashioned Swing." A band remote from the Trianon Room, Hotel Ambassador, Chicago. A most enjoyable hotel band. The program closing has been deleted. Ted Weems and His Orchestra, Perry Como, Elmo Tanner.

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Ted Malone 

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Ted Dale and His Orchestra. Unknown. La Villa Roma Restaurant, Dallas. 10:45 A.M. The first tune is, "The Touch Of Your Hand.". Ted Dale and His Orchestra (transcribed).

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Teddy Powell and His Orchestra. September 21, 1939. CBS net, WJSV, Washington, D.C. aircheck. Sustaining. 11:30 P.M. Band remote from the Famous Door, New York City. Teddy Powell and His Orchestra, Ruth Gaylord (vocal), Jimmy Blair (vocal

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Post by lasombra 2/2/2021, 10:39 am

The Ted Malone show was called Between the Bookends. Here's another one, 9-20-45 Letters from Servicemen:

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Post by Wildcat44 2/2/2021, 11:25 am

Thank you lasombra

If thats the case I have 2 more

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Post by nightkey 2/2/2021, 11:08 pm

Here's another one

Between the Bookends 47-06-23 Origin of Ice Cream

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Maybe the inspiration for this TV show

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Post by Wildcat44 2/3/2021, 5:50 am

Feb 3 1945

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Teen Club - Jack Linkletter KNX

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Tell Me A Story. May 07, 1946. NBC net. "The Pond". An audition program. A well-written story about a woman who constantly dreams about drowning. Carlton E. Morse (writer, producer), Ida Lupino (host), Opie Cates (music).

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This one is not in the OTRR library. They have 2 others.
Goldin lists 2 more.

Tell Your Neighbor. February 15, 1950. Program #1185. Mutual net. Sustaining. The first letter read is from a listener in Georgia about a gum-
chewing school child. Another good neighbor receives a "Golden Rule" award. Walter Mason (host)

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The Temple Hour

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Post by lasombra 2/3/2021, 9:49 am

Ted Drake, Guardian of the Big Top 6-xx-49 The Case of the Invisible Thief:

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