Days Of Protest Past - looking at the protest movement from the deep-distant past via a radio documentary produced by NBC News' Monthly program Second Sunday broadcast in October 1968.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles with The Voice Of New York - a documentary in sound recorded by Tony Schwartz in 1956.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles with a documentary produced by KNX Radio in Los Angeles in 1959 entitled The Beatniks, narrated by noted Astrologer Sydney Omar and featuring recordings and interviews from local purported Beat Hangout The Gas House in Venice California.
(An army of cripples, an army of mourners and an army of thieves) When the Korean War finally came to an end, the agreed dividing line between North Korea and South Korea was the 38th Parallel - the dividing line which exists today. The
Newstalgia Documentary - from the NBC Radio series Second Sunday - "Pollution: How dangerous?" from March 1969 explores the question of pollution in the environment and what's being done, or not done to deal with it.
(Teenage gang members of the 1950s - West Side Story for real) One of the upshots of the leaps in technology of the 1950s was the tape recorder - yes, that strange contraption with reels, part of that substrata lovingly referred to as
(Migrant workers in the 1950s - same as it ever was but no one was asking about Green Cards) [media id=12794] CBS Radio, in conjunction with The F
(The 1970s - beneath the tinsel, more tinsel) Hard to imagine the 1970s as a decade of turmoil and self-doubt. Compared to the last nine years of t