Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone featuring The Los Angeles Philharmonic, led by 25 year old Wunderkind Zubin Mehta, in his Hollywood Bowl Debut and featuring Pianist Byron Janis in a performance of the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #3 - Recorded on August 1, 1961.
Newstalgia Reference Room- President Kennedy Visits Paris. On his way to the Vienna Summit, President Kennedy pays a visit to Charles DeGaulle to discuss French support of U.S. foreign policy. Wrap-up of days activities for June 2, 1961.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with a live recording from The Hollywood Bowl featuring The Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Walter Hendl, and featuring Issac Stern, violin, in a performance of the Bartok, Violin Concerto Number 1. Recorded in the Summer of 1961.
A press conference with Alan B. Shepard, first man in space, given on May 8,1961.
May 1, 1961 - Peace overtures between Laos and Cambodia. South Vietnam situation. U.S. Foreign Policy. Domestic Unemployment. Scientists weighing weather conditions for launch of first Manned Spaceflight. Jordan's King Hussein announces wedding engagement. Last day to help Newstalgia. Donate whatever you can. It all helps!
Newstalgia Reference Room - JFK Speaks to the Editors of UPI - June 8, 1961
Newstalgia Reference Room - Free-for-all at the UN. In the middle of a UN address by U.S. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson, a protest erupted into violence on the floor of the General Assembly over the recent events in the Congo and the assassination of President Patrice Lumumba. On February 22, 1961.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with The Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by the legendary George Szell in an All Russian program, originally broadcast circa 1961 by CBS Radio.
Weekend Gallimaufry with a lecture from Aldous Huxley at M.I.T. in September 1961. The subject: "What A Piece Of Work Is Man".
Newstalgia Reference Room - a Meet The Press interview with Economic Adviser Dr. Walter Heller on the economic climate in September 1961.
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