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Post by lasombra 2/28/2021, 2:46 pm

Uncle Lou's Little Theater audition stars Lou Costello:

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Post by Wildcat44 3/1/2021, 9:33 am

March 1 1942

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V.D. Radio Project. 1948. Program #8. United States Public Health Service syndication. "Looking For Lester". Sustaining. Produced by Columbia University, recorded at WSM, Nashville. A kit was supplied to local stations for a live closing. A story in music by Roy Acuff about Lester who fell in love and married a country girl named Ann. Lester went on a spree that was a dilly, with a filly named Millie! Good radio!. Roy Acuff, Alan Lomax (writer), V. O. Foster (Assistant Secretary of The Tennessee State Medical Association). 

I have 4 of these . Goldin lists 21.

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V-E Day Plus 350. April 23, 1946. NBC net. UJA fund appeal. 7:45 P.M. (UST). Dramatic excerpts about the Jews in need since the end of the war. Former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau makes an eloquent appeal for the United Jewish Appeal. Quentin Reynolds, Mady Christians, Henry Morgenthau

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V-E Day Special. May 08, 1945. Program #5. AFRS origination. A special victory program. The script was revised March 29, 1945. A busy but well-done victory variety show. Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, The Ken Darby Singers, Frances Langford, Dinah Shore, Ginny Simms, Johnny Mercer, Judy Garland, Loretta Young, Charles Boyer, Lin Yutang, Herbert Marshall, Fulton Sheen, Elliott Lewis (announcer), The Armed Forces Radio Service Orchestra, Michael Checkov, Edgar F. Magnin, R. H. Brooks

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The Vera Vague Discussion Forum. September 17, 1949. ABC net. Sustaining. The first 40 seconds are in poor condition, the rest of the show is in excellent condition. The program's guest is Joe Gregi who sings, "How Long Must I Long For You?" (which he says he also wrote, the copyright entry does not mention his name). Are men replacing women in industry?. Barbara Jo Allen, Owen James (announcer), Joe Gregi (?). 

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Post by lasombra 3/1/2021, 12:24 pm

United Nations 46th report How much debate should be allowed:

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Post by Wildcat44 3/2/2021, 9:35 am

March 2 1940

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Vera Vague's Merry-Go-Round. April 04, 1949. CBS net. An audition recording. A quiz-contest format with Vera's usual man-hunting one-liners. Barbara Jo Allen, Art Gilmore (announcer), Lee Strayhorn (producer, director)

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Vernon Crane's Storybook. September 17, 1939. Red net. "Dudley, The Most Ancient Of Autos". Sustaining. A little old man buy a horseless carriage shortly after they've been invented and keeps it until he's 90. Vernon Crane, David Roberts (announcer). 

There are more of these according to Goldin.

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The Veterans' Advisor. December 27, 1947. Program #142. NBC net. Sustainig. When war first started in 1939. Louis Denfeld was assigned to protect American shipping from Nazi submarines. Admiral Denfeld is now Chief of Naval Operations. Exactly where does the United States stand in Naval power?. Ty Krum (Lieutenant Commander, host); Louis Denfeld (Admiral); Stuart Finley (announcer)

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The Veterans Of Foreign Wars Jubilee Show. April 04, 1949. NBC net. Sustaining. The Commander of the VFW speaks, Janice Paige speaks on behalf of Buddy Poppies. The program is similar to cat. #26672, but not identical. Bob Hope (host), Jimmy Wallington (announcer), Janis Paige, Ken Carson, Dinah Shore, Albert Harris and His Orchestra, Sara Berner, Hy Averback, Lyle T. Beggs. 

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Victory Bond Show. December 06, 1945. Crosby hits a sour note while singing "Symphonie" and has to start over again. Bing Crosby, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Joan Edwards, Gene Kelly

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Victory In Europe. May 13, 1945. Mutual net. Sustaining. A moving drama set in a veterans hospital on V-E Day. Secretary of The Treasury Henry Morgenthau speaks from Washington, D.C., about the start of the Seventh War Loan. Ingrid Bergman, Arch Oboler (writer, director), Gordon Jenkins (composer), Henry Morgenthau. 

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Post by BobbyP 3/2/2021, 1:09 pm

Van Cliburn Concert, From Carnegie Hall
May 26, 1958

Joined by the Soviet conductor Kiril Kondrashin and the Symphony of the Air, the performance was billed as Cliburn's American broadcast debut and it featured the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1 and Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor. As encores, he presented a movement of Rachmaninoff's Etude Tableaux Op. 39 and Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12. The Symphony of the Air begins the evening with Prokofiev's Classical Symphony. (Curious aside: host Peter Allen notes that Carnegie had exceeded its capacity of 80 standing room spots that night, violating fire department regulations.) The concert also features lengthy, somewhat rambling remarks by New York City mayor Robert F. Wagner. He concludes: "we're so proud of what he's done, not only in the field of music, but in the field of international relations, bringing people closer together."

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Post by BobbyP 3/2/2021, 1:17 pm

Veterans Service Center Program
January 24, 1946

Speeches in honor of the 250,000th veteran served at the NYC Veterans Service Center, 500 Park Ave. Rosenberg and Baruch talk about the importance of creating programs to help vets. Major General Erskine says caring for veterans is a profitable investment. George Loomis, the 250,000th vet who received help at the center speaks about his experience looking for work after returning home.

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Post by lasombra 3/2/2021, 1:35 pm

Very Good Jeeves audition starring John Barrymore:

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Post by Wildcat44 3/2/2021, 1:41 pm

I corrected the Vera Vague Merry Go Round link in the previous post.

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Post by BobbyP 3/2/2021, 10:13 pm

Vice President Richard M. Nixon
Address at the Yeshiva University Dinner, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
December 15, 1957

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Post by BobbyP 3/2/2021, 10:16 pm

Victory Concert
June 3, 1944

Solveig Lunde begins with the Toccata in G major by Bach. This is followed by the Bach Choral Prelude ''Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme'' and Beethoven's "Rage Over a Lost Penny".

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Victory Concert
February 3, 1945

Ruth Geiger, piano; Randolph Singers.

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Post by nightkey 3/2/2021, 10:53 pm

Vernon Crane's Storybook

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Post by Wildcat44 3/3/2021, 9:36 am

March 3 1941 - HV Kaltenborn

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Victory Parade of Canada's Spotlight Bands

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The Victory Parade. June 14, 1942. Program #2. NBC net. Sustaining. The second show of the series. The first tune is, "Happy In Love." A visit with, "Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid." The program was scheduled in Jack Benny's time slot. Deadeye proposes marriage out West. Clem Kadiddlehopper almost gets hooked by Daisy June. Ozzie does a professional job on, "Jersey Bounce." Barrymore concludes the program with a moving tribute to Lidice, wiped off the map by the Germans. "A Radio Rallying Point.". Lionel Barrymore, Truman Bradley (announcer), Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra, Harriet Hilliard, Wonderful Smith, Red Skelton. 

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Victory Pledge Drive  - Oregon

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The Victory Theatre. August 26, 1942. CBS net. "Love Comes To Andy Brown". Sustaining. The sixth show of the series, the first appearance by "Amos 'n' Andy" in a "half-hour radio play." Andy sees his girlfriend Yvonne Johnson taking money from the insurance company for which she works. Andy gets married and unmarried! The program may be dated August 24, 1942. Cecil B. DeMille, Charles Correll, Del Sharbutt (announcer), Edward Arnold, Freeman Gosden, Lud Gluskin and His Orchestra, Victor Moore. 

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Vincent Lopez

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 Violence. May 08, 1952. "The Case Of Arthur Bowman". An audition recording for CBS. Dr. Richard Morley interviews Arthur Bowman, a confessed murderer. Bowman tells Dr. Morley how he came to be a killer. Harry Bartell, Ted Osborne, Virginia Gregg, Dick Beals, Norman Macdonnell (producer, director). 

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Virginia Rounds Round-Up Of World Wide News. December 08, 1941. WEAF, New York. Benson and Hedges, Virginia Rounds. Red Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 36. 8:45 to 9:02 A. M. Commercials suspended due to the war situation. Comments about President Roosevelt's speech. Prime Minister Churchill to address Parliament in two hours. A summary of Pacific news. Unconfirmed reports of a Japanese aircraft carrier sunk. Fighting going on north of Singapore. Japanese landings in Borneo have been beaten off. The Shanghai radio has gone off the air. There have been five air attacks in the Philippines. Bulletin from Tokyo: Thailand has surrendered. The U. S. Congress will give Roosevelt anything he asks for. There has been another R. A. F. night offensive against Germany. The coal strike has ended, with a victory for John L. Lewis. Bulletin: Germany will declare war on the United States. WEAF I. D. at 9:00 A. M. "The Spice of Life" begins. "Oddities from the news of today." "Fruit flavored lipstick is now on sale.". Radcliff Hall (newscaster). 

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The Voice Of Industry. 1937. Program #2. Consumer's Information syndication. "The Story Of Canning". In 1809 aboard a British ship, the industry of canning begins. The story is told through narrative and sound effects only. Ruysdael is letter-perfect throughout the entire program. A bravura performance of elegant announcing. Consumer's Information was actually from Crowell-Collier Publishing. Perhaps a book offer was added locally. The date is approximate. Basil Ruysdael

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The Voice Of Prophecy. June 14, 1942. Mutual net, KNX, Los Angeles origination. "Salvation For Believers". The first hymn is, "Amazing Grace." The subject of the talk is, "Salvation For Believers." The transcription is labelled "June 14, 1944, but an offer for a free bible class booklet ends on, "July 1st." This indicates a possible date of June 14, 1942. The unidentified speaker is possibly H.M.S. Richards Jr., who founded the program in 1929. These broadcasts, an outreach of, "The Seventh Day Adventist" church, were heard on KNX or KMPC, Los Angeles. As of January 4, 1942, the broadcast was heard on the Mutual net. The King's Heralds; H.M.H. Richasrds Jr;. 

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Voice of Temperance

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Post by lasombra 3/3/2021, 12:50 pm

Victory Hour 2-2-43 pgm 14 Propaganda for American youth:

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Post by Wildcat44 3/4/2021, 9:58 am

March 4 1939

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The Voice of the Nation

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Voices Down The Wind. April 22, 1946. WGY, Schenectady, New York. Sustaining. The first selection is, "A Viennese Dance.". Edward Rice (conductor), John Siegel, Frances Phelan (Kaylin? soprano), Howard Reig (announcer), A. O. Cadeshaw (? producer). 

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Voices of the Wild - CBC

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WACS on Parade

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Waitin' For Wakely. November 28, 1950. ABC net. Sustaining. The recording begins with an interesting promotional announcement for , "The Original Amateur Hour." Cottonseed Clark substituting for Jimmy Wakely. The first record played is, "Watching The Trains Go By," by Perry Como. It sounds as if the continuity between records is fully scripted. In the studio are 10 students from the "California Institute of Television and Radio" (the school announcer Reed Browning attended). Cottonseed Clark (DJ); Reed Browning (announcer); Jack Wormser (producer);.

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Wake Up America. December 07, 1941. Program #101. Blue Network. "Can There Be A Reduction In Non-Defense Expenditures?". Sustaining. Blue Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 2. 3:00 to 4:00 P. M. Bulletin from New York (1 1/2 minutes): H. V. Kaltenborn says "This means war." Today's topic: "Can There Be A Substantial Reduction In Non-Defense Expenditures Of The Federal Government?" A "Wake Up America" discussion, conducted by The American Economics Foundation." Questions from listeners are taken through KVOD, Denver, Colorado. News bulletin at about 3:30 P. M. (about 2 minutes): two Japanese planes have bombed Honolulu. A ten-second news bulletin interrupts at 3:36 P. M. News bulletin at 3:49 P. M.: the Army is to require all men to wear uniforms, all Japanese nationals in Norfolk, Virginia are to be arrested (1 1/2 minutes). News bulletin at 3:55 P. M. (about 35 seconds). See cat. #55295 for the same program in better audio condition, but from syndication discs without interruptions for news bulletins. Cliff Engle, Fred G. Clark (moderator), H. V. Kaltenborn, Henry M. Risdon, T. V. Smith.

There are 250 of these according to Goldin. I only have 1.

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The Waking Giant. October 04, 1948. ABC net. Sustaining. A program celebrating the post-war re-activation of the U.S.O. The system cue is not heard. Dinah Shore, George Montgomery, Marlene Dietrich, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Jack Benny, Larry Adler, Al Jolson, Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Bob Hope, Harold Peary, Gregory Peck, Herb Vigran, The Sound Off Chorus, Vic Knight (creator, director), Jesse Goldstein (writer), Harold Goldman (writer), Walter Schumann (composer, conductor), Herb Vigran, Mary Lansing. 

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Post by lasombra 3/4/2021, 12:36 pm

Vitalis Program 39-07-26_xxx_George Jessel's Celebrity Program:

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Post by lasombra 3/5/2021, 12:58 pm

United Nations 52nd Report 6-xx-45 President Truman arrives in San Francisco:

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Post by BobbyP 3/5/2021, 1:02 pm

Virginia - A Pattern of Resistance
August 31, 1958

A documentary about the State of Virginia's stubborn refusal to integrate its schools. The program contains many recordings of the people involved in the decisions and why they feel the way they do.

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Post by BobbyP 3/6/2021, 2:06 pm

Viscount Halifax, English Ambassador, at Pilgrims Dinner, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
March 25, 1941

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Post by lasombra 3/6/2021, 2:32 pm

Voice Of The Farm 38-07-08 18th show - 1st song Fine and Dandy:

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Post by lasombra 3/7/2021, 11:48 am

Voices and Events 11-18-50 Thanksgiving:

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Post by lasombra 3/8/2021, 2:38 pm

Virginia Marvin 11-13-47 Audition:

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Post by Wildcat44 3/9/2021, 9:34 am

March 9 1940

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Walkie Talkie. June 22, 1945. ABC net. Sustaining. "It's the newest thing in radio interviewing." Don Norman, broadcasting from The Brown Derby in Hollywood, interviews Jimmy Starr, a gossip columnist for The Los Angeles Herald Express for the last 20 years. Jimmy tells what it takes to get into the movies (such as how Clark Gable managed to do it). Not only is this program, not "the newest thing in broadcasting," is the same old nightclub interview show. There is no indication why the program is named, "Walkie Talkie.". Don Norman, Jimmy Starr, Don Serle (?, described as "a vice-president of the network"), Burleigh Smith (announcer).

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Wally Wicken - CBC

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Walter O'Keefe's Almanac. December 02, 1962. Program #2. KHJ, Los Angeles. Commercials deleted. Walter interviews Gloria Swanson who had recently appeared in an episode of the "Dr. Kildare" show on television. Memories of 1929. Walter O'Keefe, Gloria Swanson. 
Walter O'Keefe's Almanac. December 09, 1962. Program #3. KHJ, Los Angeles. Commercials added at time of broadcast. Walter interviews Alan Young. A salute to 1947. Walter O'Keefe, Alan Young

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War Bond Matinee

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Post by lasombra 3/9/2021, 11:48 am

Welcome back, Wildcat44, missed you!

Walgreen's 45th Anniversary 460618:

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Post by Wildcat44 3/9/2021, 1:18 pm

Here are 2 more Walgreens things

The Walgreen Birthday Party. June 10, 1945. Walgreen Drug Stores. A Seventh War Loan Program. The first tune is, "Those Caissons Go Rolling Along." Paulette Goddard appears in a drama titled, "The Most Beautiful Girl In Missouri." Sidney Fields substitutes for Bud Abbott in a "Who's On First" routine with Lou Costello. The system cue has been deleted. Ken Niles (announcer), Eddie Anderson, Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters, Carl Hoff and His Orchestra, Don Wilson (host), Rise Stevens, Paulette Goddard, James Bloodworth (writer), Sidney Fields, Lou Costello. 59:04


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Post by nightkey 3/9/2021, 5:49 pm

Walter O'Keefe's Almanac 62-11-25 George Burns

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War Bond Matinee 45-06-28

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