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Post by lasombra 3/17/2021, 10:33 am

From Goldin: The Whole Town's Talking. April 03, 1937. Syndicated. Willys autos. Wilson Ames and His Orchestra, Alice Chalmers, The Three Merry Men.

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Post by Wildcat44 3/18/2021, 8:40 am

March 18 1938 - H W van Loon

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Winifred Atwell's Piano Party

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The WIS Barn Dance. August 04, 1945. WIS, Columbia, South Carolina. The Columbia Coca Cola Bottling Company. The first tune is "Alabama Jubilee." A vocalist called "Miss Evelyn" sings "Along The Navajo Trail." She's way off the trail as well as off-key! Mickey Cottey (?) sings "I've Got A Rendezvous With A Rose" (he would have sounded better rendezvouing with a microphone, he's nowhere near it)!. Byron Parker (host), Ira Dimrey, Deb Dyer, Shorty Williams (mandolin), Miss Evelyn, Mickey Cottey. 

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Wise Crackers

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The Wishing Well. June 08, 1945. WGN, Chicago. Carson Pirie Scott (the "On To Tokyo Show"). A morning show with recorded music. The first record is, "I Begged Her," by Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. Mary Paxton (DJ), Harland Engle (? announcer). 

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Wizard of Oz

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WKBF, Indianapolis Dedication Program. August 31, 1933. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago aircheck. Sustaining. The program possibly originates from the studios of WKBF. M.H. Aylsworth, the president of NBC, speaks. He congratulates the station on becoming the 85th member of the radio network. Senator Frederick Van Niece (Indiana) speaks from Washington, D.C. to congratulate the station and encourage recovery through the N.R.A. and other New Deal policies. From Chicago, Ted Weems and His Orchestra play, "Clarinet Marmalade." Pat Barnes reads a poem. Basso Joe Parsons sings, "Rocked In The Cradle Of The Deep." Mark Fisher and His Orchestra play from The Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago. The manager of WKBF speaks. Indiana author and diplomat Meredith Nicholson speaks. The De Vore Sisters sing, "On The Banks Of The Wabash." Ralph Boy ("The Happy Hoosier") remembers Indiana poet James Whitcomb Riley, and recites, "Out To Old Aunt Mary's." "Marvel" Meyers ("Four-Feet-Nine-Inches Of Syncopation") sings, "The Washboard Blues." Fred Landis ("The Hoosier Editor") speaks on behalf of the N.R.A. The Philharmonic Club Orchestra plays, "Gypsy Fiddle.". Graham McNamee (host), Joseph Litow and His Orchestra, Merlin Aylesworth, Frederick Van Niece, Ted Weems and His Orchestra, Pat Barnes, The Neal Sisters, Joe Parsons, Mark Fisher and His Orchestra, Charles Lyon (Chicago announcer), Meredith Nichols, The De Vore Sisters, Ralph Boyd, Marvel Myers, Harry Mason (singer), Fred Landis, The Philharmonic Club Orchestra, Jim Carpenter (announcer)

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WLAV Tenth Anniversary Program. 1950. Program #42. WLAV, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Not for broadcast. Leonard Versluis (the owner of the station) and Hy M. Steed (the station manager) are made fun of. Versluis is heard, as is Kay Mullen (apparently the book-keeper/receptionist). Leonard Versluis, Kay Mullen.

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WMAQ...But Why?. October 12, 1953. WMAQ, Chicago. Sustaining. A description of the many types of local programs heard on WMAQ each week, including a regularly scheduled binaural broadcast of WMAQ and WMAQ-FM! Well done. Hugh Downs (announcer), The NBC Orchestra, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor). 

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Post by lasombra 3/18/2021, 11:23 am

William S Hart audition 1935 The Testing Block:

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Post by Wildcat44 3/19/2021, 8:26 am

March 19 1943

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The Woman In White. June 07, 1944. NBC net. Betty Crocker Vegetable Noodle Soup. A new nurses's first day...and an old nurse's continuing problems. The recording includes an invasion bulletin. 2:30 P. M. The program is part of, "The General Mills Hour.". Don Hollenbeck (bulletin), Ed Prentiss (host).

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A Woman Of America. June 07, 1944. NBC net, WEAF, New York aircheck. Ivory Snow. A wagon-train soap opera. Will there be enough food for the journey? Preceded by an NBC system cue, chimes, WEAF, New York I.D., Gruen Watch Spot. 3:00 P.M. Anne Seymour, Frank Gallop (announcer). 

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Woman Of Courage. August 14, 1941. CBS net. Crystal White Soap. Jim plans to buy an abandoned farm, with Martha's money! The old film-flam has been pulled on the Jacksons!

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Woman's Page

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Women and Children First

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The Wonderful Wileys. An audition program about, "The fortunes of a family with four females." The Wiley daughters try to marry Mama off to the handsome Dr. Castletree. Ona Munson, Marcy McGuire, Thelma Hubbard, Jerry Hausner, Frank Nelson, Ruth Perrott, Mary Lansing, Griff Barnett, Maurice Zimm (writer, director), Vance Graham (anouncer), Ben Pearson (writer), Lester Spencer (composer, conductor), Zola Palmer (producer)

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Woodbury's Hollywood Playhouse. May 29, 1940. NBC net. "The Sub-Lieutenant". Woodbury. A romance set during the French Revolution, with a predictable surprise ending. Roger Denny (adaptor), Thomas Landon (author), Charles Boyer, Hanley Stafford, Lou Merrill, Ken Christy, Joseph Kearns

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The Woolworth Hour. June 05, 1955. CBS net. Woolworth stores. The first show of the series. A program of, "What's new in music." The first tune is, "It's A Big Wide Wonderful World." Three cast members of "Damn Yankees" appear. Donald Woods (m.c.), Percy Faith and His Orchestra, Gisele MacKenzie, Ferrante and Teicher, Jan Peerce, Tony Bennett, Ray Walston, Stephen Douglass, Shannon Bolin, Howard Barnes (producer, director), Charles Monroe (writer), Jack Brand (announcer)

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WOR Summer Theatre. August 13, 1942. Program #4. WOR, New York. Sustaining. 9:30 P.M. "The Mystery Of The Perfect Throw From Left Field and The Conga Dancer's Aunt." A mystery-comedy. Roger Bower (host, producer), Helen Claire, Peter Donald, Jock MacGregor, Bob Simon (writer, usually a continuity writer at WOR), Ethel Remey, Jerry Macy, Junius Matthews, Sidney Slon.

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Post by lasombra 3/19/2021, 12:16 pm

The Woolworth Hour April 08, 1956, 1st song "The Circus Day Parade"

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Post by Wildcat44 3/20/2021, 8:56 am

March 20 1941

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Words and Music By Joan Brooks. June 06, 1944. CBS net. Sustaining. The girl "with the voice you won't forget." 11:15 P.M. Joan Brooks (vocal), Archie Bleyer and His Orchestra.

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Words and Music - Fred Waring

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The World Dances 

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The World In Review. May 31, 1931. Royal Broadcasting System syndication. Sustaining. "The Newsreel of the Air." News of the week "re-enacted each week." The first story is about Prince and Princess Takamatsu arriving in New York City. An early example of radio "news," done in the style later made famous by "The March Of Time

The World In Review. December 18, 1946. WSM, Nashville. Dentyne, Melba Cigar, Bulova watch. 6:00 P.M. President Truman has urged China to end its Civil War. Irving Waugh (newscaster); Ernie Keller (announcer);

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The World Of Music. 1937. Falstaff Beer. An audition recording, also known as, "The Falstaff Show." The first tune is, "The Lady Is A Tramp.' Sherman Ransom introduces the first tune with a truly rotten joke. Ransom Sherman (m.c.), Anson Weeks and His Orchestra, Annette King, The Ranch Boys, The Morin Sisters, Norman Barry (announcer)

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The World Of Rosalind Marlowe. May 15, 1946. An audition program. A life story told in flashback by a dead woman. Rosalind awakes in a British hospital after an auto accident and tries to recall her past, despite her total amnesia!. Lurene Tuttle

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World Security Workshop. March 20, 1947. Program #19. ABC net. "The Price Of Freedom". Sustaining. A program presented by United World Federalists Inc. A German youth in occupied German plans to spy on the Americans for an underground Nazi group. Edgar Marvin (author), Robert Dryden, John Slagle (announcer).

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World We Live In

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The World's Best. August 18, 1941. NBC net. The Room Without A Door". Sustaining. The program is also known as, "The World's Best Novels." The story is based on, "Le Grande Breteche," by Balzac. The script was previously used on the program on May 8, or May 15, 1941. An old house has a bricked-up closet, in which a wife's lover is hiding. Helen Claire, George Baxter, Irene Hubbard, Myron McCormick, Peter Capell, Ethel Owen, Alfred Shirley, Ranald MacDougall (adaptor), Honore de Balzac (author).

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The Worry Hour. March 11, 1940. WSM, Nashville. The National Life and Accident Insurance Compny. 9:30 P.M. "Most of the things people worry about never happen." A music and variety show with "Professor Phineas Fret" as the m.c. The first show of the series. The first tune is, "In The Mood," a lively version of the arrangement written by Jerry Grey for use by the Glenn Miller Orchestra. A contest is announced to name, "The Worry of the Week." Kitty Kallen sings, "Blue Skies." Professor Phineas Fret tries to exchange a pair of slippers. Snooky's last name is mispronounced as, "Landsman." "Professor Fret"is not identified. Kitty Kallen (guest vocalist); Snooky Lanson ; Jane Grant ; Francis Craig and His Orchestra; David Cobb (announcer); The Stacey Sisters;. 

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Wrigley Show - CBC

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Post by lasombra 3/20/2021, 9:49 am

From Goldin: The Woodbury Journal. October 17, 1948. ABC net. Woodbury Soap. Louella Parsons gossip: Artie Shaw to be divorced, Frankie Laine married, and will Errol Flynn move in with a certain starlet? Guest Rita Hayworth is interviewed (and plays the castanets!). Louella Parsons, Rita Hayworth, Marvin Miller (announcer).

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Post by Wildcat44 3/21/2021, 11:08 am

March 21 1942

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Yankee Doodle

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Yanks in the Orient

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Years of Crisis 

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Yellow Cab Storyteller

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Yesterday Brings You Tomorrow

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Yesterday Today and Tomorrow

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Post by lasombra 3/21/2021, 5:29 pm

Yankee Doodle program 3 Auxiliary Fireman:

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Post by nightkey 3/21/2021, 7:59 pm

51-xx-xx Yesterday Today and Tomorrow - Baseball should be 51-08-12
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Post by lasombra 3/21/2021, 8:49 pm

Both Yiddish Melodies in Swing are the same.

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Post by Wildcat44 3/21/2021, 10:34 pm

Yiddish Melodies In Swing. January 03, 1941. WHN, New York. Despite the above date, the announcer mentions "December." The first tune is an unnamed instrumental. Jan Bart is introduced singing a tango called, "Sweetheart.". Lewis Charles (announcer), The Barry Sisters, Jan Bart

THis is the correct date

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Post by Wildcat44 3/21/2021, 11:05 pm

You and Happiness

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You and the Hoover Commission

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You and the World

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You Can Be A Star. January 24, 1949. WHAM, Rochester, New York. The Union Outfitting Company-Norge Co-op. 7:30 P.M. The program originates from the Paramount Theatre, Rochester, New York. A talent show. The source station is subject to correction. Mort Nussbaum (m.c.), Homer Bliss (announcer), Edgar Van Valkenberg (marimba), Ed Blanchard (tenor), Thomas Grisso (banjo), Ralph Chinelli (impersonations, wins the contest), The Rhythm Reeds (Harmonica Trio), Gene Backer and His Orchestra (?). 

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You Can Be an Actor

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You Can't Take It With You. September 03, 1944. Mutual net. Emerson Radios. 5:30 P. M. A situation comedy about a bunch of zanies living in a rooming house. Two of the inmates, a dumb blonde and a Russian count, decide to commit a robbery to help out the iceman. The series is based on the play by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Everett Sloane, Nathaniel Curtis (writer), Moss Hart (creator), George S. Kaufman (creator), Fred Fratkin (? music), Bob Shepherd (announcer)

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You Can't Win

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You Make The News. May 16, 1946. Mutual net. Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with Newsweek. The news of the week is dramatized. A "synthetic Depression" has been caused by John L. Lewis' latest coal strike. Lewis' career is dramatized, starting with his killing a mule with a blow to the head. "Assault" wins the Kentucky Derby. The program uses singing transitions throughout. A well-done program (the Conservative bias is obvious), made even better by the transitions. Announced as the next-to-last show of the series. Staats Cotsworth, Alexander Semmler (composer, conductor), Anton M. Leader (producer), Tom Glazer (singing transitions).

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You Tell 'Em Club. September 23, 1943. Mutual net. Sustaining. An audience participation show where people criticize events and tell about pet gripes. Tom Slater (m. c.).

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You Win. 1953. World Program Service, audition. A telephone audience-participation quiz with host Ken Barton and recorded music. Barton's enthusiasm is infectious, the jingles typical of this genre. A well-done audition show!. Ken Barton (host).

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March 22 1941

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Post by nightkey 3/22/2021, 11:07 am

Real Romances Program 313 from David Lennick

circa 1945 - 1946

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Post by lasombra 3/22/2021, 11:30 am

Ye Olde Tyme Minstrel Show xxxxxx Epxxx Lilly & Wash Are Starting Their Own Minstrel Show:

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Post by nightkey 3/22/2021, 11:58 am

Yellow Cab Storyteller should be Dec. 9, 1944. (the 12 and 9 have been switched)

It announces it is a Saturday night broadcast which matches Dec. 9. The date on the file is a Tuesday.

Show mentions "last twelve months ending November 30"

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Wonderful World
January 14, 1945
A well-written drama about a young boy and his bed-ridden pal. The drama sounds like it's promoting the sale of war bonds, more than a March of Dimes appeal.

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World Music Festivals, Tanglewood, Mass.
July 26, 1953
Charles Munch conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the first of four "live" broadcasts from the Berkshire Festival in Tanglewood, Mass. Munch opens the program with Richard Strauss' "Divertimento," after which he plays Ravel's interpretation of "Le Tombeau de Couperin." Millaud's "La Creation du Monde" closes the program.

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World's Fair Writers Congress
May 10, 1939

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The Young At Heart. December 04, 1947. "Treasure Island". An audition recording. Alan Reed (host, narrator), Marvin Miller, Jerry Farber, Harry Lang, Ken Christy, Paul McVey, Ralph Rose (adaptor, producer, director), Robert Louis Stevenson (author). 

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Young Doctor Malone. April 30, 1948. CBS net. Crisco, Dreft. Ann and Dr. Malone plan to go for drive after lunch. Dr. Munson arrives unexpectedly. He announces that he's quit his job at the hospital! Roger Dineen visits Diana and hands her Dr. Munson's letter of resignation. Ron Rawson (announcer)

This was not in the old OTRR Library

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Your America. 1965. Program #35. AFRTS origination. "The State Of Arkansas". A discussion program about one of the "United States." The first topic is how exactly do you pronounce the name of the state? The date is approximate. Clark Kinear (historian), C. G. Wells (moderator).

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Your Army Service Forces. July 12, 1944. Program #31. Mutual net. Sustaining. An armed forces variety show. The program features a wire recording of WACS arriving in North Africa. The first tune is, "All Out For Freedom.". Harry Salter and His All-Army Band, Cliff Edwards (Ukulele Ike), Carl Rukoff (announcer), Edith Brown, Mary Louise Angland (writer), Victor Sack (writer), Sylvia Lowey (director), Mitzi Gould (narrator), Bill Woodson (narrator).

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Your Catholic Visitor

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Your Children Sing

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Your Date With Deb. 1946. Deb Magazine (but contains music fills for commercial inserts). Possibly an audition. The "Girl Of The Month" is Ann Gillis. The first tune is, "Give Me Five Minutes More.". Tex Beneke (conductor), The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Vincent Pelletier (announcer),
 Garry Stevens (vocal), Joan Laurie (vocal), The Meadowlarks, Ann Gillis

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Your Daytime Radio Newspaper. November 03, 1943. NBC net. Crisco. Durward Kirby reads the "important" news. Bernardine Flynn with the "small" or human interest news. The Germans are weakening around Rome. Russia plans to send planes to the Yugoslavian partisans. A summary of naval successes near Bougainville. "Tonight, Naples will again be bathed in light." There are new OPA ration regulations. The new ceiling price for pickles has gone up one cent. The first 13:15 of the program only. Durward Kirby, Bernardine Flynn

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Your Family and Mine. September 21, 1939. CBS net, WJSV, Washington, D.C. aircheck. Sealtest Foods. 1:30 P.M. Woody has been operated upon and while in delirium, speaks of his love for Judy. Frank Lovejoy, Ford Bond (announcer).

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Your Gospel Singer. December 08, 1941. Red net. Sustaining. Red Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 39. 9:45 to 10:00 A. M. The first hymn, is "Just For Today," with organ accompaniment. Bulletin at 9:57: Prime Minister Churchill has announced that Great Britain and The Netherlands have declared war against Japan. Edward McHugh.

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March 23 1941

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Your Hometown Reporter. October 11, 1948. An audition program for "Five Star Ale." Hollywood gossip for the people of Buffalo. Pat McGeehan is interviewed. This is essentially the same script as cat. #64299, but with beer commercials replacing the generic XYZ Company spots

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Your Land and Mine. January 20, 1947. Mutual net. General Motors. Commentary by Henry Taylor, from Pittsburgh. Mr. Taylor is for "Right-To-Work" laws and against excess power in the hands of unions. "Labor monopolies are intolerable in a free country.". Henry Taylor.

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Your Melody Hour - AFRS

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Your Moment With Allan Jones. June 19, 1946. ABC net. Sustaining. The first show of the series. The first tune is "Oklahoma." Jean Morrison (from Troy, New York) is the "Talent Scout Choice Of The Week." Gil Lamb sings "Little Jack Horner" as different composers might have written it (very clever!). Allan and Jean do a skit called "Under Your Hat." Each week an actress can appear in a short drama with Allan by submitting a sound recording, a photograph (and other difficult qualifications) to the show's "talent scouts." This is possibly an audition. Allan Jones, Ray Sinatra and His Orchestra, Jean Morrison, Gil Lamb

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Your Preview Theatre Of The Air. October 24, 1947. KFWB, Los Angeles. "The Adventures Of Zorro". Possibly the first show of the story. Padre Felipe has been kidnapped by Sergeant Gonzales, but is rescued by Zorro. The Governor and the Capitan have a fool-proof plan to capture the wiley Zorro, or the Padre and a beautiful senorita will sufer!. Hy Averback, Gil Warren (announcer), Johnson McCulley (creator), Mitchell Gertz (producer), Robert M. Light (director), Maria Little (writer), Dion Romandi (music director), Dwight Dignon (? composer), Irving Gertz (composer)

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Your Radio Novel

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Your Saturday Dance Date

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Post by lasombra 3/23/2021, 1:14 pm

Yesterday Today and Tomorrow 51-09-09 Political campaigns:

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Post by pnussbaum 3/23/2021, 8:59 pm

Hey Cobaltians,
I went in the hospital at the beginning of February and I'm staying at my daughter's and working online. Today I realized I hadn't gotten a notification from the Cobalt Club in more than a month! Anyway, I had to go back in time (and posts) to pick out the most important programs for my research that I missed.
There are four from Wildcat: Posted 6 Feb. They Must Not Die!; 10 Feb. This Nation at War; (especially) The Townsend Movement from Feb. 19; and, from Mar. 4, Wake Up America.
Bobby P: I need This is Moscow from 13 Feb. and Transatlantic Discussion from 21 Feb.
I realize this is asking a lot. It would be much appreciated if Wildcat and Bobby could repost these or if someone else could help.
Many thanks, Cobalters!
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Post by kdmarket 3/23/2021, 10:52 pm

Political Townsend Movement 1938 Sheridan Downey for US Senator #1.mp3
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They Must Not Die 1953 Save the Rosenbergs.mp3
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Post by nightkey 3/23/2021, 11:12 pm

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Transatlantic Discussion
Wake Up America
This is Moscow
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Post by pnussbaum 3/24/2021, 12:21 am

Thanks so much kd and nightkey! You are the best!
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Post by Wildcat44 3/24/2021, 8:30 am

Your Sugar Report

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Your Theater of Thrills - Australian

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Your Weight In Gold. June 08, 1944. Mutual net. Sustaining. A quiz show with easy questions and ridiculous prizes. Bud Collyer (m.c.).

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Yours For A Song

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