Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) r.i.p. - explains the premise to his milestone novel, Fahrenheit 451. From an interview done in 1958.
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.
Nights at the Roundtable featuring Arthur Lee & Love and a cut from their Milestone 1967 album Forever Changes, "Andmoreagain".
Politics Past - The June 1976 Presidential Primaries - election night, Tuesday June 8, 1976, as reported over KNX-AM, Los Angeles.
June 5, 1968 - The Robert Kennedy Assassination. 10 Million workers on Strike in France. Vietnam War. Peace Talks. Election results. Primaries. This day in history.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Rolling Stones and a track from their 1965 lp The Rolling Stones, Now! with "What A Shame".
Newstalgia Reference Room- President Kennedy Visits Paris. On his way to the Vienna Summit, President Kennedy pays a visit to Charles DeGaulle to discuss French support of U.S. foreign policy. Wrap-up of days activities for June 2, 1961.
News for June 4, 1954. Tragedy aboard USS Bennington, 102 killed in blast. Sec. of Commerce admits "we're in a Recession". 16 cities added to list of Distressed Communities, already at 123. Gen. James van Fleet does not think U.S. needs to send troops to South East Asia. Sec. of State Dulles joins list of officials saying U.S. involvement in Indo-China is imminent. Gas prices purposely kept up. Solar Panels are introduced. Army-McCarthy Hearings continue with more noise than progress.
Nights at the Roundtable with Singer-Songwriter/Folk-legend Fred Neil and his 1967 track "That's The Bag I'm In".
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with a live recording from The Hollywood Bowl featuring The Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Walter Hendl, and featuring Issac Stern, violin, in a performance of the Bartok, Violin Concerto Number 1. Recorded in the Summer of 1961.
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring singer Lurlean Hunter live at Jazz Alley, from NET-TV, June 4, 1970.
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend with Radiohead, live at The Coachella Arts & Music Festival - April 14, 2012.
Politics Past - a look at the 1960 Primaries featuring interviews with the leading Candidates on the eve of the first Primary in New York, March 13, 1960 - as presented by WIP Radio.
Nights at the Roundtable with Savoy Brown and their 1969 hit, Train To Nowhere.
Newstalgia Reference Room featuring the Dewey-Stassen Debate of May 17, 1948 - the subject: Should The Communist Party In The U.S. Be Outlawed?