News of the day for January 25, 1951 with Edward R. Murrow. News on the economy, housing and the Korean War.
Nights At The Roundtable. Raymond Scott and his Orchestra with Dorothy Collins, vocals - "Yesterday's Ice Cubes" - from 1951
Considered the first rock concert (at least one of the first recorded), Los Angeles R&B Disc Jockey Hunter Hancock M.C.'s a star-studded lineup of Rhythm & Blues musicians for a "midnight matinee" broadcast from Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, September 29, 1951
Sunday Gramophone - Lily Bienvenu, Sonata for Violin and Piano - with Lily Bienvenu, piano and Gerard Jarry, violin - recorded in 1951 for ORTF in Paris.
Newstalgia Reference Room - Looking at the upcoming 1952 Presidential elections in 1951. Some eerie predictions which proved true. Better batting average than a lot since.
(Edward R. Murrow - the timeless voice of conscience) [media id=17680] I doubt there is anyone remotely interested in history who hasn't heard a c
(The leopards attempt at changing spots) [media id=17674] When Iran, under Mohammed Mossadegh nationalized Iran's oil production in March of 1951,
(Truman - fear was gripping the country and some people liked it that way) [media id=17669] There's a curious comparison to be made with our curre
( even though there was a war going on . . . ) [media id=17609] News on this day in July, 1951 - President Truman delivered his mid-year/mid-centu
(A far cry from sneaking out the back door of the White House) And some very cool audio from the same time: [media id=17294] The last 24 ho