Weekend Gramophone with Monique Haas in a studio recital from French Radio circa 1950 performing Ravel's Le Tombeau de Couperin.
Weekend talkshows past featuring Today With Mrs. Roosevelt. The topic is Post-War Germany and the guests are Cong. Jacob Javits, Dorothy Thompson, Telford Taylor and Sen. Guy Gillette.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles featuring the First Rhythm & Blues Jubilee featuring Roy Milton and His Solid Senders, Lil Greenwood, Camille Howard, Eddie Williams and many others - hosted by Gene Norman. July 1950.
First Woman to sue the IRS, Business owner Vivien Kellems is guest on Today With Mrs. Roosevelt, the weekly Sunday chat show featuring Kellems, Mrs. Roosevelt, Gloria Swanson, Roy Blau and Leo Chern all discussing taxes. Rather apt, considering the day and the season.
Atomic City USA - radio documentary produced in 1950 to help promote the cause of Nuclear energy by looking at a community completely made up of workers employed by the Government, initially working on the Atomic Bomb in World War 2, but turning to other uses for Nuclear energy post-World War 2.
Sunday Gramophone - Samson Francois With The French National Orchestra Play Challan: Concerto Pastorale - 1950
Sunday Gramophone with The French National Orchestra conducted by Manuel Rosenthal and featuring Samson Francois, Piano in a performance of Concerto Pastorale by Rene Challan, recorded for French Radio in 1950.
News for the week ending January 7, 1950 - The White House renovation, Great Britain recognizes The People's Republic of China, The 82nd Congress begins, President Truman addresses Congress.
Newstalgia Reference Room - Interview on Meet The Press May 7, 1950 with New York Congressman Emanuel Celler regarding his ongoing investigation of large corporations and loopholes in the Anti-Trust laws.
Newstalgia Reference Room - Korean War news from November/December 1950
Sunday Gramophone - Violinist Lola Bobesco plays Cesar Franck: Sonata for Violin and Piano - the 1950 recording for Decca Records (London Records).