Death And Suffering, In Living Color
For the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Atomic bomb was nothing short of cataclysmic. But Americans were shown a sanitized version of the devastation, and for many years, photographic evidence of the real damage was locked away. The final part of our three part series on the Atomic Cover-up. Read more...
Part 2: How They Hid The Worst Horrors Of Hiroshima
The second installment of our series on how the worst devastation caused by the Atomic bomb was deliberately concealed from Americans for decades. Read more...
Atomic Devastation Hidden For Decades
The people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki suffered unspeakable horrors. But some in the U.S. government didn’t want Americans to see the worst of it. The first in a three-part series. Read more...
How The Bombing Of Hiroshima Got A Hollywood Makeover
The Crisis in Ukraine Sparks Familiar Fears of Cold War Confrontations Between Nuclear Armed Adversaries. Read more...
Newstalgia Has Closed.
After 3 years as Newstalgia it's time to move on and explore new territories. Newstalgia is no more - it's turned into Past Daily (http://pastdaily.com). Read more...

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Newstalgia Pop Chronicles - The Grand Ole Opry - 1955.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles featuring The Grand Ole Opry with "Little" Jimmy Dickens, Minnie Pearl, Del Wood, Chet Atkins and others. A slice of Americana from the 1950's, first broadcast over NBC's new Radio Series, Monitor on June 22, 1955. Read more...
Weekend Talkshows Past - Face The Nation: Persian Gulf Policy - June 1987.
Weekend Talkshows Past - Face The Nation: Persian Gulf Policy - June 21, 1987. News regarding U.S. decision to re-flag Kuwaiti Oil Tankers in Persian Gulf. Reports Iran is Mining Persian Gulf. Outcome of U.S.S. Stark bombing incident. Interviews with Under Secretary of State Michael Armacost and Chairman of The House Armed Services Committee, Les Aspin. Leslie Stahl moderates. Read more...
Nights At The Roundtable - The Moody Blues - In Session 1967
Nights at the Roundtable with the inimitable Moody Blues, complete with Mellotron, in session at The BBC in 1967. Read more...
June 22, 1941 - Russia's Turn.
June 22, 1941 - Germany declares War on Russia and begins its invasion. Non-stop bulletins and updates. Read more...
Nights At The Roundtable - Status Quo In Session - 1968
Nights at the Roundtable featuring Status Quo, in session at the BBC for the Top Of The Pops program in March, 1968. Read more...
June 21, 1955 - The UN Charter, Ten Years On.
June 21, 1955 - Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the United Nations Charter. North Korean pilots defect to South Korea. Big Four Conference in Geneva scheduled for July greeted with enthusiastic anticipation. Winston Churchill welcomes softening of Cold War issues, but is still wary. CIO leader Walter Reuther rejects Auto industry plan for uniform negotiations. Eisenhower extends reciprocal trade agreements. Read more...
Nights At The Roundtable - The Beach Boys - 1964
Nights at the Roundtable featuring The Beach Boys, since it IS the first day of Summer! Read more...
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert - Orquesta Sinfonica De RTVE - 75th Anniversary Concert
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert featuring Orquesta Sinfonica de RTVE in a 75th Anniversary celebration of the founding of Radio Nacional Espana, on June 1, 2012. The RTVE Symphony is conducted by Enriquè Garcia Asensio with Pianist Luis Fernando Pèrèz in Manuel De Falla's Nights In the Gardens Of Spain. Read more...
Politics Past - 1972: "Say Watergate And Duck".
Politics Past - 1972: "Say Watergate And Duck" - Issues & Answers program featuring Sen. Robert Dole, Chairman of the Republican National Committee and Lawrence O'Brien, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Chairman of the McGovern-Shriver Campaign over allegations of the Watergate Break-in. Originally broadcast on September 24, 1972. Read more...
June 20, 1940 - "France Is Defeated And Must Give Up The War".
June 20, 1940. France appoints delegation to receive German surrender terms. Marshall Petain urges French troops to lay down their arms. Fears in Britain that the final German objective is on. FDR takes steps to form coalition cabinet, appointing two Republican higher-ups to crucial positions. Britain lays out defense plans. Britain announces plan to evacuate children to Canada and Dominions. Read more...