Weekend Gramophone with recent Paris Conservatory Prize Winner for 1953 21-year old Roger Boutry playing one of his compositions in this broadcast from 1953, Four Humouristic Dances.
Newstalgia Reference Room debate program on the then-current (1953) immigration laws and what the policy should be.
Sunday Gramophone with the Eastman-Rochester Music School orchestra playing the music of Student composers.
Sunday Gramophone with a performance of the seldom heard String Trio of Jean Cras, featuring the legendary Pasquier Trio consisting of the Pasquier brothers, Jean, Pierre and Etienne. Recorded for Radio France circa 1953.
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring Ray Anthony and His Orchestra live from The Hollywood Palladium on June 9, 1957.
On this day, December 8, 1953, President Eisenhower addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations in a speech about the dangers of Nuclear War. The "Atoms For Peace" speech.
Sunday Gramophone - Howard Hanson conducts Howard Hanson - The Eastman Rochester Symphony and Alfred Mouledous, piano play Howard Hanson's Fantasy Variations On A Theme Of Youth For Piano And Orchestra. Recorded in 1953
Holiday Gallimaufry. The Jack Benny (Lucky Strike Program With Jack Benny) Thanksgiving show of November 29, 1953. Complete, uncut and with the Lucky Strike commercials (so don't flip out).
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