Newstalgia Reference Room - and interview with Governor Harold Stassen regarding the controversy surrounding his personal letter to Premier Joseph Stalin and prospects for a Presidential race in 1952.
Sunday Gramophone - A first performance of A Suite For Judy for Piano and Orchestra by the (then) contemporary American composer Frederick Woltmann - with pianist Alfred Mouledous and the Eastman School Symphony conducted by Howard Hanson.
The news for September 13,1950 with Edward R. Murrow - Korean War, Cold War, Defense Department and the appointment of Gen. George C. Marshall as Secretary of Defense.
Sunday Gramophone - Pierre-Max Dubois: Concerto For Violin and Orchestra, performed live at the 19th Strasbourg Festival - The Strasbourg Radio Symphony, conducted by Louis Martin and featuring Devy Erlih, Violin.
Newstalgia Reference Room - Documents For Ear - The 1950 Mid-Term Elections. CBS Radio documentary on the 1950 elections, narrated by Edward R. Murrow from November 9, 1950
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