June 12, 1982 - Largest anti-nuclear Rally held in Central Park. British forces stage "final assault" on Port Stanley. Pope John Paul II visits Argentina. Israeli ceasefire in Lebanon announced. Simon Wiesenthal home bombed. Holmes-Cooney fight.
Nights at the Roundtable featuring Leonard Cohen in session at The BBC, recorded on July 9, 1968 for The Top Gear Program.
Newstalgia Reference Room - What's Safe To Eat? A panel discussion from June 1988 from CBS News on the safety of the food currently on the market.
June 11, 1940. German Armies cross Seine at several points, heading to Paris. French resistance failing. Germans bomb French ports. FDR signs Neutrality pact barring U.S. shipping in Mediterranean. Italian planes bomb Malta. RAF counter-attacks on Italian bases in Africa. Wife of N.Y. Times Editor James Reston explains reasons for fleeing War Zone. French Government moves to Tours. Refugees fleeing Paris.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone featuring famed Polish Pianist Marek Jablonski, in recital at the 1964 Jeunesses Musicales du Canada.
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring Jazz Greats Lambert, Hendricks and Ross, live at The Park Hotel, Bremen Germany - April 23, 1962.
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend featuring Marvin Gaye, live at Budokan Hall, Tokyo - November 13, 1979.
Newstalgia Reference Room - FDR Addresses First United Nations Conference On Food And Agriculture - 1943
Newstalgia Reference Room - President Franklin Roosevelt Addresses the first United Nations Food and Agriculture Conference on June 7, 1943.
Nights at The Roundtable featuring Nick Drake and "Saturday Sun" from his debut 1969 album Five Leaves Left.
News of the day for June 8, 1982 - Israeli Army advancing in Lebanon. PLO's Arafat appeals to Soviet Union for help. Falkland Islands War. U.S. Navy deploys to Mediterranean. Fiscal 1983 Spending Plan. Economic woes. Kermit the Frog addresses Harvard Graduating class.
Nights at the Roundtable with fabled 60's psych conglomerate, The Smoke, from 1968.
Politics Past - An episode of Meet The Press, first broadcast on June 7, 1964 featuring the 1964 Republican Governor's Conference, held in Cleveland Ohio. Interviewed are Kansas Governor John Anderson and Ohio Governor James Rhodes.
June 7, 1984 - The London Economic Summit begins. Persian Gulf tensions increase as Liberian Grain tanker hits mine and blows up. Iran-Iraq War continues. Golden Temple Aftermath in Punjab region of India, some 300 Sikhs dead after Army storms temple. Riots break out in New Delhi. Haitian sailboat capsizes with 6 drowned and some 61 rescued. Believed to be carrying refugees. Walter Mondale gets enough delegates for an easy nomination in upcoming Democratic Convention. Flash floods in Vermont. And Acid Rain more widespread than previously thought.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Style Council and "Long Hot Summer" from their 1983 album Introducing The Style Council.
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert featuring The BBC Concert Orchestra in the Opening Night Concert from the 2012 English Music Festival at Dorchester-on-Thames in music of Parry, Curtis, Ireland, Vaughan-Williams, Delius and Moeran.