June 6, 1944 - Sixty-eight years ago, the Allies invaded France in what would be a turning point in World War 2. A one-hour extract from continuous coverage of the days events, as broadcast over CBS Radio on June 6, 1944.
May 8, 1945 - official announcement of surrender of Germany. News from various capitols and reports for the Official VE Day.
Nights at the Roundtable featuring OMD, recorded live this past Saturday (9/3) at The Electric Picnic in Ireland.
August 8, 1974 - the day Richard Nixon resigned as President. News reports of the day and the resignation address.
News of the day for August 3, 1948 - The Cold War and the Berlin Airlift. Rumors of Stalin being in charge. Red Scare in U.S. government with Whittaker Chambers Hearings going on. Despite Cold War stance, still active trade between Soviet Union and U.S. and the Olympics continue in London with new records being set almost daily.
News of the day (and the week of) July 1, 1973 - Watergate testimony resumed, Threatened Constitutional Crisis over Cambodia bombings and war in Vietnam, Brezhnev concludes Washington Summit, Military coup in Chile aborted (for now).
News of the Day for June 29, 2000 - Wildfires in Southern Washington State threaten Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Hostage Standoff in Disney World, Disgraced pitcher John Rocker returns to Baseball, Janet Reno comments on Elian Gonzales case, Pres. Clinton nominates Norman Mineta to Sec. Of Commerce and Daniel Wiant gets indicted for embezzling $7 million from The American Cancer Society.
News of the day for June 28, 1947 - threatened Coal Strike, Mississippi Flooding (again), Tornadoes in South Dakota, last of the former Japanese Fleet broken up, Paris Economic Conference reconvenes and the Population Bureau says Americans aren't getting any smarter, in fact are getting dumber all the time (now you know).
News of the day and the final hours before the official surrender of France to Germany on June 20, 1940 as reported by NBC Radio during their News Of The World.