June 15, 1954 - Army-McCarthy Hearings - daily wrapup of proceedings from Capitol Hill. This installment, nearing the end of the hearings, features testimony from Attorney Roy Cohn.
Weekend Gallimaufry - a look at U.S. elections from overseas eyes. Erik Reger, editor and publisher of Der Tagesspiegel, the first German newspaper representative to visit the U.S. since World War 2, offers his views on the upcoming Presidential elections. Broadcast on April 15, 1948.
May 11, 1975 - news for the week ending. Final evacuation from Cambodia. South Vietnamese refugees still pouring out of the country. Senator McGovern visits Cuba. OAS talks of lifting Cuban sanctions by Summer. Last two Marines killed in Vietnam still in Saigon. Laos faces Communist takeover. Egypt moves to clear Suez Canal of wrecked ships from 1976 War.
May 9, 1978 - The death of former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro, kidnapped by members of the Red Brigade and found dead after 55 days. Italy in state of shock and outrage. FBI calls for stepped up domestic Anti-Terrorism measures. Dramatic rescue of passengers from downed National Airlines Flight 193 off Florida coast.
May 8, 1945 - official announcement of surrender of Germany. News from various capitols and reports for the Official VE Day.
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra live from Basin Street in New York City. From April 16,1956.
Wrapping up Day 9 of the Army-McCarthy Hearings on May 5, 1954, as reported by George Herman and Griffing Bancroft of CBS Radio.
April 19, 1995 - "We didn't Hear Anything, just death" - news of the Oklahoma City bombing on this day, as reported by CBS Radio and an excerpt of the day's news.
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.
News of the day, wrapup of the week ending April 2, 1982 - Argentina invades Falkland Islands. Record turnout in El Salvador elections. Iran-Iraq War in 18th month. Brezhnever admitted to hospital. Social Security in danger of running out of money. 9% unemployment, 18% Black, 42% Black youth. Irish extremist Ian Paisley barred from entering U.S. to speak at Bob Jones University, Bob Jones Jr. calls for Sec. Of State Haig's untimely demise. Reagan rejects calls for Nuclear Freeze.
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