Nights at The Roundtable with Ben Bernie and His Orchestra, from a broadcast recorded in April, 1931.
Nights at The Roundtable featuring Frank Sinatra singing "Oh, You Beautiful Doll" from The Vimms Program, broadcast in 1944.
Newstalgia Downbeat with The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, live at The Blue Note Club in Chicago - August 12, 1953.
Newstalgia Reference Room with Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach regarding drafting of the Civil Rights Voting Bill, the violence in Selma Alabama and the Selma to Montgomery Alabama march.
March 19, 1987. Pres. Reagan gives first Press Conference in four months. Iran-Contra Scandal. CIA supplying Contras with plans and blueprints. Congress approves $40 million to Contras. Michael Deaver trying to stay out of jail. Israel stops supplying Military aid to South Africa. Bristol-Myers thinks it may have AIDS vaccine. 65 MPH speed limit approved.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone - Fabien Sevitsky Conducts The Indianapolis Symphony In Concert - 1949
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone featuring the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Fabien Sevitsky in music of Debussy, Delius, Griffes and Ravel. Recorded March 19, 1949.
Newstalga Downbeat with Al Hirt, live from New Orleans. Recoded August 18, 1956 by CBS Radio and the Jazz Band Ball program.
February 23, 1975 - calls to send Military aid to South Vietnam. Kissinger returns from Middle East "hopeful". Ethiopia ask U.S. for arms against militants in Eritrea province. Judge Sirica hands down sentences for Watergate figures. New tensions in Cyprus. Outlawed strikes in Spain go on anyway. Persian Gulf region under scrutiny for continued arms sales. Another lovely day in the neighborhood.
February 21, 1942 - Scorched Earth and Martial Law. News of the war not going well in the Pacific, worries of an invasion of Australia, Internment of Japanese-Americans living on West Coast of U.S. begins. Martial Law in Hawaii. Fall of Singapore. Sea battle off Bali. Attacks on Rangoon. Capitol Hill debate on War Powers Bill.
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring Louis Armstrong, live at Basin Street in New York on May 7, 1955.