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5 Lost Easter Voices Part 5 – Eamonn Ceannt
Topics: 5 Lost Easter Voices Part 5, Eamonn Ceannt, Century Ireland
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BYE BYE PSC 2002 Graduation Song Dylan Stewart Parody of Bye Bye American Pie Portland Secondary College Portland, Victoria, Australia 2002 Portland Secondary College was developed   from the amalgamation of Portland High School   and Portland Technical School.  
Topics: BYE BYE PSC, 2002, Parody, Graduation, Dylan Stewart, Portland Secondary College, Portland,...
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The Rod and Charles Show It was a fast paced, quirky and engaging show hosted by Rod Coneybeare and Charles Winter that became as popular for adults as it did for children. From Toronto.
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Rivitin’ History Near FM   From Oct 10, 2012  8 Episodes An hilarious satirical drama by Pat Meehan   Meet ‘Marrion Monroe’. She is taken in by Professor Henri DuFornicate’s ability to travel back through time to ancient Ireland.
Topics: Pat Meehan, Rivitin’ History, hilarious, satirical drama
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Sir Henri Charles Wilfrid Laurier was a Canadian politician and statesman. Our Western World University of Illinois
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GILBERT & SULLIVAN: The Mikado (1926) The Mikado . . . . .Darrell Fancourt Nanki-Poo . . . . . .Derek Oldham Ko-Ko . . . . . . . . .Henry Lytton Pooh-Bah . . . . . .Leo Sheffield Pish-Tush . . . . . George Baker Go-To . . . . . . . . T. Penry Hughes Yum-Yum . . . . . Elsie Griffin Pitti-Sing . . . . . .   Aileen Davies / Doris Hemingway / Beatrice Elburn  Peep-Bo . . . . . . Beatrice Elburn Katisha . . . . . . . Bertha Lewis D'Oyly Carte Opera Company Harry Norris, conductor  Recorded in...
Topics: GILBERT & SULLIVAN, The Mikado, (1926)
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Hymn Soundscape
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In Our Time: Dickens First broadcast: Thu 12th Jul 2001, 09:02 on BBC Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the achievements of the 19th century literary giant, Charles Dickens. George Bernard Shaw said of Little Dorrit that it was “more seditious than Das Kapital”. We can all think of classic Dickens; the gin palaces, grimy narrow lanes, shoe shine boys sitting in the gutters and the terrible city smog. Silas Wake with his peg leg, young Oliver asking for more. But were these figures...
Topics: In Our Time, Dickens, Documentary
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  06 Christmas in the Neighbourhood  
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  12 Polly Anderson’s Christmas Party
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  14 Love  
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The Odd Theatre Company The Oddgasp Halloween Horrors - Readings 1 Count Magnus by M. R. James 2 The Phantom Coach by Amelia B. Edwards 3 The Signal-Man by Charles Dickens The Odd Theatre Company is a theatre group based in Co. Kildare, Ireland
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  07 Dave and Morley’s Gifts
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7 Lost Easter Voices Part 7 – James Connolly
Topics: 7 Lost Easter Voices Part 7, James Connolly, Century Ireland
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CBC Hymn Sing Hymn Sing was a Canadian television series produced in Winnipeg, Manitoba, for CBC Television. The program featured hymns, spirituals and inspirational music sung by a sixteen voice choir. The series was broadcast nationally on Sunday afternoons from October 3, 1965 to May 1995.
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Hymns by Uncle Tom's (Tom Garland) Children's Choir. New Year programme, 1951 01 January GARLAND, T. T. (THOMAS THREADER), 1877?-1964 FRIENDLY ROAD CHOIR
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The Home Road (Tipperary Song) Lyrics Lyrics & Music by John A. Carpenter (c.1917) Sing a hymn of freedom, Fling the banner high! Sing the songs of Liberty, Songs that shall not die. For the long, long road to Tipperary Is the road that leads me home. O'er hills and plains, by lakes and lanes, My woodlands! My cornfields! My Country! My Home! In the quiet hours Of the starry night Dream the reams of far away Home fires burning bright. For the long, long road to Tipperary Is the road that...
Topics: The Home Road, Tipperary Song, World War One, Standard School Broadcast
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[Incomplete] Tk.1 - The presentation of The Housewives Quiz on 1XN Whangarei, by announcer Lorraine Rishworth, sponsored by the Farmer's Trading Company. Begins with a spoken commercial by announcer 'Alan' for Farmer's Food Hall - Easter food specials [Recording date is possibly 1960 - grocery prices are in shillings and pence.] Three members from the [Whangarei] Anglican Young Wives group, Jean, Enid and Wendy are asked questions from listeners and offer advice. They are taking part to help...
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Founder of the funky The Whole Earth Catalogue, Stewart Brand was a hero of the counter culture before he entered corporate boardrooms. He talks with Paul Kennedy. IDEAS 9 April 2003
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Spy novels fascinate us. In times of deep public insecurity, they reflect our own fears about the enemy without and the enemy within. They also offer the comfort that out there somewhere there are brave men and women fighting a selfless, secret war so that the rest of us can sleep soundly. Perhaps we suspect the truth is somewhat different. But what’s the reality? Philip Coulter explores the world of literary spies and compares it with the more mundane world of real-life spies.   IDEAS Three...
Topics: The Spy Novel, Documentary
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RTÉ Drama On One: Colin Murphy's The United States versus Ulysses  30 January 2022 The true story of one of the greatest literary trials of the twentieth century, pitting James Joyce's novel against the might of the United States government. Directed by Conall Morrison. With original music by Si Schroeder. Please note that the play contains explicit language from the start. Cast & Production Credits: Killian Scott (Sam Coleman & Bennett Cerf) Janet Moran (Molly Bloom) Jonathan White...
Topics: Colin Murphy, The United States V, James Joyce, Docudrama
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Unfinished Business: The 1913 Dublin Lockout, 100 Years on  The Dublin lock-out was a major industrial dispute between approximately 20,000 workers and 300 employers which took place in Ireland's capital city of Dublin. The dispute lasted from 26 August 1913 to 18 January 1914, and is often viewed as the most severe and significant industrial dispute in Irish history. Six Episodes 2013 Program Info pdf
Topics: Unfinished Business:, The 1913 Dublin Lockout, 100 Years on, Documentary
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Tessa Hadley by Colgate University English Department Hadley is the author of three highly praised novels, Accidents in the Home, which was longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award, Everything Will Be All Right, and The Master Bedroom. Tessa Jane Hadley FRSL (born 28 February 1956; née Nichols) is a British author, who writes novels, short stories and nonfiction.   Her writing is realistic and often focuses on family relationships.   2010-11-18
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Strength For The Day Host Albert H. Salter hymn singer Joseph Barclay Lorin Whitney on pipe organ
Topics: Strength For The Day, Religion, Meditation
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Ruth Rendell The Speaker of Mandarin An unabridged Reading by Michael Bryant Chief Inspector Wexford is in China, visiting ancient tombs and palaces with a group of British tourists. After their return to England, one of his fellow tourists is found murdered. As he questions other members of the group, Wexford finds secrets of greed, treachery, theft, and adultery, leading the distressed inspector to ask not who is innocent, but who is least guilty . . . (Inspector Wexford #12) “[Ruth]...
Topics: Ruth Rendell, The Speaker of Mandarin, unabridged reading, Michael Bryant
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Steve Chambers - Victoria Station Set in Nottingham on a busy Midlands railway station where we follow the hectic lives of the Station Master and his staff and are introduced to a colourful assortment of travelers and passers-by. Spread over two series totaling nine episodes, "Victoria Station" looks at how the station was run with rudimentary electricity, no telephones, and at a time when the railway system was the only practical means of transport for the longer distance traveller...
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The Grand Duke or The Statutory Duel Comic opera in two acts by Gilbert and Sullivan A complete performance of the famous Savoy opera  A plot is afoot! To depose Grand Duke Rudolph of Pfennig Halbpfennig. Ludwig,- one of the leading conspirators, expounds the conspiracy's secret sign: By the mystic regulation Of our dark Association Ere you open conversation With another kindred soul- You must eat a sausage-roll! Act 1: Public Square of Speisesaal Act 2: Hall In the Grand Ducal...
Topics: The Grand Duke, by Gilbert and Sullivan, Operetta
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The Great Eastern 1997 Season 3  Program Guide: pdf
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The Sinking Of The RMS Lusitania RTÉ The History Show  18/05/2015 Myles Dungan hosts an episode of the RTÉ History Show which focuses on the sinking of the RMS  Lusitania  on 7 May 1915. It features archival material, interviews with Dr Gabriel Doherty, Dr Michael Martin, Eoin McGarry, Professor Holger Afflerbach, Professor Duncan Redford, Dr Steve Cobb, Dr Barbara Dawson and reports by Flor MacCarthy and Louise Denvir. 100...
Topics: RTÉ, The History Show, RMS Lusitania, 7 May 1915, History, The Sinking Of The RMS Lusitania
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Steve Chambers - Victoria Station 09) 'Silent Night Train'   Wednesday 18th December 1996 @ 2:02 p.m. Wednesday December 18th, 1896.   A day, notable, for rescued promise and hopeful delivery. Program Info pdf Conclusion
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Versailles and American independence International conference  July 5, 2016  Auditorium of the National School of Architecture of Versailles See the program pdf 39070 png for further information. 00 Introduction of the international conference: "Madame de Maintenon (1719-2019)" 01 Benjamin Hoffmann : Les écrivains voyageurs français en Amérique du Nord à la fin du XVIIIe siècle 03 Hardman, John : Louis XVI, Vergennes and American Independence. 04 Even, Pascal: The first three...
Topics: Versailles and American independence, International conference, 2016, American History, French...
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The Remains of the Day is a 1989 novel by the Nobel Prize-winning British author Kazuo Ishiguro. The protagonist, Stevens, is a butler with a long record of service at Darlington Hall, a stately home near Oxford, England. In 1956, he takes a road trip to visit a former colleague, and reminisces about events at Darlington Hall in the 1920s and 1930s. Off the Shelf: The Remains of the Day Ten episodes From Monday 15th November 2004, 04:45 BBC World Service In the summer of 1956, Stevens, a...
Topics: The Remains of the Day, Kazuo Ishiguro, Reading
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LAUGH IN A HALF Join host Walter Rinaldi for a half-hour of classic comedy with a penchant for the best in Canadian talent. Program Guide: pdf
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The Purse: Click. The thrill of being inside. The discovery of precious things. What’s in the purse? Vancouver broadcaster Christina Wong examines the practical. psychological and metaphorical characteristics of handbags. IDEAS 20 June 2005
Topics: The Purse, What's In It!, practical. psychological, metaphorical, characteristics, Documentary
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  10 Dave and The Christmas Lights.
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Rush @2 From Mon 14th Jan 2008, 09:00 on BBC 7 By Annie McCartney Episode 1 of 2 The Senior House Officer is suspicious when a former patient commits suicide. Episode 2 of 2 After Sophie's alleged suicide, the Senior House Officer suspects foul play.  With: Seainin Brennan Billy Carter Richard Dormer Katy Gleadhill,   Marcella Riordan Mark Lambert Nikki Doherty Eileen McCloskey Fo Cullen Olivia O’Kane Producer Heather Larmour Dr Louisa Maxwell brushes off a call from a former patient,...
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Band Music from the Civil War Era: A Concert for Brass Band, Voice, and Piano On September 27, 1974, the Music Division of the Library of Congress recreated a typical concert of brass-band and vocal music from mid-nineteenth-century America. 01 Hunters' Chorus, from The Rose of Erin (Band) | 02 O Summer Night, from Don Pasquale (Band) | 03 Ah! May the Red Rose Live Alway (Vocal) | 04 The Herdsman's Mountain Song (Vocal) | 05 Captain Shepherd's Quickstep (Band) | 06 Captain Finch's Quickstep...
Topics: Band Music from the Civil War Era, A Concert for Brass Band, Voice, and Piano
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1987 08 06  Jean Shepherd How I Became A Humorist  Live At The Chautauqua Institution
Topics: Jean Shepherd, How I Became A Humorist, Live, The Chautauqua Institution
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  03 Christmas at the Store
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  08 Christmas in the Narrows  
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Fulton Lewis III WOR Mutual Commentary President Richard Nixon 1974 05 14 January 25, 1936 - September 6,  2017 An American journalist, the only son of the late network   American   news  commentator  Fulton Lewis Jr. . After the death of his father on August 20, 1966, Lewis was asked by the  Mutual Broadcasting System  to continue the elder Lewis' nightly 15-minute broadcasts, which he did until 1979. His commentaries were heard on over 500 of the network's affiliates by an estimated 16...
Topics: Fulton Lewis Jr., WOR Mutual, commentary, President Richard Nixon, 1974 05 14
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  13 The Christmas Turkey
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James Joyce's 'Ulysses' is one of the most important works of modernist literature. The book chronicles the passage of Stephen Dedalus and Leopold Bloom through Dublin during an ordinary day, 16 June 1904 (the day of Joyce's first date with his future wife, Nora Barnacle). The definitive adaptation of the novel is widely considered to be RTÉ's full dramatised production – originally broadcast in 1982 to celebrate the centenary of Joyce's birth, and totalling 29 hours and 45 minutes in...
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Gladys Marie Smith (April 8, 1892 – May 29, 1979), known professionally as Mary Pickford, was a Canadian-American film actress and producer with a career that spanned five decades.   A pioneer in the American film industry, she co-founded Pickford–Fairbanks Studios and United Artists, and was one of the 36 founders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Pickford is considered to be one of the most recognisable women in history. Cited as "America's Sweetheart"...
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Paul Vlaanderen en het Z-mysterie [Dutch] A new version. In an old castle in the Scottish Highlands, an invention is being worked on that will radically influence military warfare. Criminal organizations from all over Europe and beyond prey on this invention. One of those organizations is led by the mysterious and elusive Z 4... Who is he? Sir Graham Forbes of Scotland Yard enlists the help of Paul Vlaanderen . Can he unmask Z 4? The original broadcasts of this series were scheduled on April...
Topics: Paul Vlaanderen en het Z-mysterie, [Dutch]
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1. Howdy Doody Theme/Today's News: International/Forecast: The Presidency 2. Do's And Don't's/People And Profiles/On Trial 3. Problem: Spanking/Special 4. Yell Howdy Doody/UN Report! 5. A Friend 6. Problem: Colors/On Trial 7. Popcorn/Focus: Korea 8. Conflict.../Presidential News Release/Coming Home: Profile Of A Soldier 9. Presidential Ceremonies/News Room/Republican National Convention - 1956/I'm For Howdy Doody/Vice Presidential Candidate Talks/Howdy Doody For...
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The Accrington Pals is probably the best remembered of the battalions raised in the early months of the First World War in response to Kitchener's call for a volunteer army. Groups of friends from all walks of life in Accrington and its neighbouring towns enlisted together to form a battalion with a distinctively local identity. In its first major action, the battalion suffered devastating losses in the attack on Serre on 1st July 1916, the opening day of the Battle of the Somme. The losses...
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Peace! Love! Vietnam Protest! The 1960 's!
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'Rocky and Bullwinkle'   Voices June Foray and Bill Scott Dec. 2, 1985: Bill Scott obituary by Charlie Meyerson on WXRT-FM, Chicago. Nov. 10, 1983: Full interview on WXRT with Bill Scott and June Foray, in town for an appearance at the Chicago Film Festival; host: Frank E. Lee (at 0:57). Nov. 4, 1983: Meyerson’s report for WXRT on Scott and Foray’s then-forthcoming visit to Chicago (at 15:15). Nov. 4, 1983: Unedited Meyerson telephone interview with Scott (at 16:35).
Topics: Rocky And Bullwinkle Voices, June Foray and Bill Scott
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China Towns: Episode 7: Program info pdf
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William Shakespeare Titus Andronicus Presented by the Online Stage Written probably between 1588 and 1593 Titus Andronicus has been described as Shakespeare's first tragedy.   As an example of a revenge tragedy it was very popular in its day, but fell out of favour in succeeding centuries, due largely to its relentlessly graphic nature.  However, in the Twentieth century, marked as it was by massed displays of violence, the play came to be seen as a more nuanced and realistic portrayal of the...
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4 Lost Easter Voices Part 4 – Joseph Plunkett
Topics: 4 Lost Easter Voices Part 4, Joseph Plunkett, Century Ireland
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The situation in Finland. Operation Barbarossa began on 22 June 1941. On 25 June the Soviet Union launched an air raid against  Finnish  cities, after which  Finland  declared  war  and also allowed German troops stationed in  Finland  to begin offensive warfare. The resulting  war  was known to the Finns as the Continuation  War . Overseas Service News 194103 09
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A Quiet Time Christopher Tan Piano
Topics: A Quiet Time, Christopher Tan, Meditation, Mindfulness
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The Green Hills of Earth By Robert A Heinlein Rhysling, the blind singer of the spaceways, captures the beauty of space and complexities of being a spaceman in songs about his heroic adventures. Snatches of his music are interwoven with the story of how he lost his sight and became Earth's unofficial chronicler of the universe. Read by Adam Sims Produced and abridged by Gemma Jenkins The Seventh Dimension First broadcast: Sat 7th Jul 2007 00:30 on BBC 7 Written in 1947,...
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Quiet Time 21 August 2021
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1 George Bernard Shaw 2 Glimpse of Switzerland 3 Peace Conference at Paris 3 Lillian and Dorothy Gish Interview London Column # 146 1946 7 31 BBC Overseas Service
Topics: London Column, # 146, 1946 7 31, George Bernard Shaw, Lillian and Dorothy Gish, documentary
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Help Me, Jacques Cousteau By Gil Adamson Help Me, Jacques Cousteau presents the life and times of Hazel, who is born into an extraordinary family alongside her brother Andrew. Hazel’s experiences, at once odd and completely believable, involve a diverse cast of family members who share only one thing: a penchant for eccentric behavior. In portraying a strange, compelling, dysfunctional family, Adamson demonstrates her powerful prose style, uniquely combining a scientist’s loving attention...
Topics: Help Me Jacques Cousteau, Gil Adamson, Reading
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CBC Monday Night Playhouse Shaw Series 1 Chekov - Bear and Proposal 2 Two by Thornton Wilder  3 Place of the Lion 4 GKC 5 Panama Hattie A musical reading of Cole Porter's classic 1940's hit from the Shaw Festival Musical Reading Series. Hattie Malone is a brassy nightclub singer in Panama. She tries to adapt to the upper-class world of her fiance, Nick Bullett, who is an officer in the armed forces. He is the divorced father of an 8-year-old girl. Hattie asks that he send for the girl before...
Topics: CBC, Monday Night Playhouse, Shaw Series, 2003, Readings
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The Quiet Time Host Albert H. Salter, hymn singer Joseph Barclay and Lorin Whitney on the pipe organ Featured Hymns:   What A Wonderful Savior   More Love O Christ To Thee [Pipe Organ Solo]   All Things In Jesus   Why Should He Love Me
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MY SUMMER OF COUNTRY MUSIC! THE MOUNTAIN DEW COUNTRY MUSIC REVIEW GUEST STAR: BILL CARLISLE OF THE GRAND OLE OPRY HOST: BOB LOCKWOOD SMOKEY WARREN AND THE MOUNTAIN DEW BOYS* LIVE NEMO PALISADES AMUSEMENT PARK PRODUCER: NORM ROSLIN ENGINEER: GENE SEWAK WJRZ THE BIG 97 HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY 61:00 This is from the reel-to-reel recording of this broadcast, which I made in the late 1960s. It is the only extant copy.
Topics: The Mountain Dew Country Music Revue, Bill Carlisle, Live, Palisades Amusement Park, Bob Lockwood,...
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The Squadronaires  is a Royal Air Force band which began and performed in Britain during and after World War II. The official title of the band was 'The Royal Air Force Dance Orchestra', but it was always known by the more popular title:  " The Squadronaires ". https://www.maybole.org/notables/mcquater/squadronaires.htm
Topics: The Squadrinaires, 1941 - 2010, Big Band, World War Two, Great Britain
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Sounds of the Sixties NZBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Stanley Black. Recorded from a Wellington Town Hall Pops concert, 16 February 1972.
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A SERVICE OF THANKSGIVING TO ALMIGHTY GOD BBC Home Service Basic, 13 May 1945 14.45 From St. Paul's Cathedral Commentary from outside St. Paul's VE day and national thanksgiving in 1945 https://www.dur.ac.uk/research/news/item/?itemno=41692 After Victory in Europe Day (VE Day) on 8 May 1945, thanksgiving services were held in churches throughout Britain and overseas. Philip Williamson, Professor of Modern History, Durham University, reveals the meticulous planning that went on behind the scenes.
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Steve Chambers - Victoria Station 5) 'Over the Points'   Wednesday 1st February 1995 @ 2:02 p.m. Wednesday February 1st, 1895.   A day, notable, for accidental honour and premeditated dishonour. Program Info pdf
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“WHERE IS HERE? THE DRAMA OF IMMIGRATION”   SUNDAY NIGHT SHOWCASE/MONDAY PLAYBILL One-Officers-Experience “Tonight – we begin an encore broadcast of our series “Where is Here? The Drama of Immigration”: a double bill featuring two plays on the theme of immigration to Canada…we start with a memoir in the first person by the late Arthur J. Vaughan. In the years following the Second World War, a huge influx of immigrants arrived at Halifax’s Ocean terminal, comprising of Piers 20,...
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Stars of the Ziegfeld Follies 1916 - 1925 W.C. Fields, Eddie Cantor, Josephine Baker, Fanny Brice, Ann Pennington, Bert Williams, Eva Tanguay, Bob Hope, Will Rogers, Ruth Etting, Ray Bolger, Helen Morgan, Louise Brooks, Marilyn Miller, Ed Wynn, Gilda Gray, Nora Bayes and Sophie Tucker appeared in the shows
Topics: Stars of the Ziegfeld Follies, 1916 - 25, Music, Vaudeville
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6 Lost Easter Voices Part 6 – Sean Mc Dermott
Topics: 6 Lost Easter Voices, Part 6, Sean Mc Dermott, Century Ireland
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  04 Talking Turkey
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The Brennan Mob By Dennis Byrne Near FM   From May 26, 2011 A six part comedy half-hour comedy drama set in Dublin.   When the father of the family is arrested for pretending to shoot a young Garda with his finger after being stopped while driving in a bus lane, all manner of complications arise. His celebrity model daughter is hoping to marry the son of one of the richest businessmen in the city, but her father’s escapade being reported in the tabloids leads the businessman to believe his...
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An intersting story about a teen-ager who telephones a bomb threat to his high school. Every Good Boy Does Fine Jerry Lewis Maureen O'Sullivan Family Theater Mutual Broadcasting System 421 55-05-18 Recorded from net line 1969 at WKTJ, Farmington, Maine Bill Stern, Mutual Sports sponsored by State Farm Insurance [Don Adams] Lew Alcindor [Kareem Abdul-Jabbar] Includes all commercials Family Theater was a program created to promote family unity and each week saw a drama illustrating the importance...
Topics: Every Good Boy Does Fine, Family Theater
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Happy Station Program Christmas Broadcast 1956 12 23 Eduard Startz WBGO COLLECTION
Topics: Happy Station Program, Christmas Broadcast, 1956 12 23, Eduard Startz
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Arthur Conan Doyle - Il Mistero di Valley Boscombe The Boscombe Valley Mystery   italian   Sat, 02 Jul 2011  An old landowner, Mr. McCarthy, who has returned from Australia for many years, is murdered by a pond. All testimonies point to the victim's son as guilty, even though Holmes believes in his innocence. The daughter of the largest landowner in the area, Mr. Turner, begs Holmes and Watson to prove the innocence of the boy, who is like a brother to her. Directed by: Marco Visconti  ...
Topics: Arthur Conan Doyle, Il Mistero Di Valley Boscombe, [Italian], The Boscombe Valley Mystery
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RTÉ Drama on One presents: 'An Evening with Tennessee Williams This selection of his writings includes an extract from his memoirs followed by two dramas “Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen” and “The Lady of Larkspur Lotion”.
Topic: An Evening With Tennessee Williams
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As we come to the close of another year,  let us pause to reflect upon those that we have lost.   We will remember them! 
Topic: Reflection
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He Leadeth Me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6LufXa_eSc Dwelling in  #Beulah  Land (1911) by Charles Austin Miles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXVhN_PiAbM Cornerstone - A Cappella Hymn (contemporary) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAyytvmUzmY A SHELTER IN THE TIME OF STORM (A Capella Hymn) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oLkKQp94Qo Near The Cross - Reawaken Hymns (Acoustic Hymn) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7O7ZygaUvsA Zack Harold - Heaven Came Down (RCBC 2-21-21)...
Topics: Soundscape, meditation
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Musical Theatre of the Air — 'CHOIR PRACTICE’ A storm in a Welsh teacup, by Cliff Gordon. Thu 7th Mar 1946, 21:30 on BBC Home Service Basic  Produced by Gordon Crier Music by George Frederic Handel.  At the organ,   Maurice Vinden.   Incidental music arranged from the songs of Wales by Hal Evans BBC Chorus, conducted by Leslie Woodgate. Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra. conducted by Frank Cantell Scene: the village of Cympant, South Wales Gwen Jones: Curigwen Lewis Gwynneth Gwyther:...
Topics: Musical Theatre of the Air, 'CHOIR PRACTICE, Cliff Gordon, Choir Practice
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Classic Railroad Songs
Topic: Classic Railroad Songs
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The Vinyl Cafe Christmas - Stuart McLean  05 Christmas at Tommy's  
Topics: 05, Christmas At Tommy's, The Vinyl Cafe Christmas, Stuart McLean
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The Great Eastern 1998 Season 4 Program Guide: pdf Episode 15 No Broadcast, Episode 17 Repeat
Topics: The Great Eastern, 1998, Season 4
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From his early days busking the late-night streets of Halifax, Brett Ryan has always been a soulful singer. With the passionate intensity of Van Morrison and Bruce Springsteen, the musician has worked hard to find the perfect setting for his songs. Through the mid-‘80s, he played bass in the pop-rock outfit Little Ministers. With its polished pop sheen and some promising songwriting, the band grabbed the attention of some international record labels, though a deal never materialized. Brett...
Topics: The Answer's Electric, Brett Ryan, Canada, 1991, Canada
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Audio quality is poor on parts 1 and 2.  Four portions of this lecture. Of historic interest. Robert Penn Warren 1905–1989 A distinguished poet, novelist, critic, and teacher. Robert Penn Warren  won virtually  every major award  given to writers  in the United States and was the only  person to receive a Pulitzer Prize in  both fiction (once)  and poetry (twice). William Cuthbert Faulkner (September 25, 1897 – July 6, 1962)  was an  American writer   and  Nobel Prize   l...
Topics: William Faulkner And His World, Robert Penn Warren, Lecture, Literature
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Steve Chanbers -Victoria Station 4) 'Fog Warnings'   Wednesday 25th January 1995 @ 2:02 p.m. Wednesday January 25th, 1895.   A day, notable, for lambent hopes and clouded prospects.
Topics: Victoria Station, 04, Fog Warnings
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Canada Day (French: Fête du Canada) is the national day of Canada. A federal statutory holiday, it celebrates the anniversary of Canadian confederation which occurred on July 1, 1867, with the passing of the Constitution Act, 1867 where the three separate colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick were united into a single Dominion within the British Empire called Canada.
Topics: Canada Day, Concert Special, 2004
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At the time of the 1916 executions, social historian, Richard Maxwell, a nephew of General Sir John Maxwell, Commander in Chief of British Forces in Ireland, obtained permission to bring his early Edison recorder into Kilmainham jail to record interviews with the seven Proclamation signatories shortly before their capital punishment. During the turbulent weeks that followed the executions, Richard Maxwell returned to England with his recordings. Eventually, in ill health, he moved to Estuarios...
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Topics: 1 Lost Easter Voices Part 1, Padraig Pearse, Century Ireland
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The Mystery and Miracle of the New Birth - John 3_7 Harry Bollback   20 January 1925 - 13 January 2021 The Old Fashioned Revival Hour In the mid-1900s, Bollback and Jack Wyrtzen founded Word of Life Ministries, a sprawling worldwide evangelical enterprise that includes Bible institutes, as well as camps, missions, retreats, and conference centers in the U.S. and abroad.   In 1946, Wyrtzen and Bollback bought an island in Schroon Lake, establishing a headquarters for their ministries. The...
Topics: The Mystery & Miracle Of The New Birth, John 3 7, Harry Bollback, The Old Fashioned Revival Hour
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            MEMORIAL DAY   —   2022
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"Say It With Music," was an hourlong musical theatre program  hosted by Richard Ouzounian. The program, was 10 percent commentary from host Ouzounian and 90 percent music culled from soundtracks, cast albums and pop standard disc, It attracted about 100,000 weekly listeners throughout Canada.
Topics: Say It With Music, Musical Theatre, Richard Ouzounian
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Experiments in Music 1. Gardner Read - Night Flight, Louisville Orch./Whitney or Slonimsky (private recording), 1963 2. Marcel - Variations for Ondes Martenot, Piano and Percussion, 1961? The Ondes Martenot ("musical waves") is an early electronic musical instrument played with a keyboard or by moving a ring along a wire, creating "wavering" sounds similar to a theremin. WGBH, Boston Produced by John Sunier Experimental music is a general label for any music that pushes...
Topic: Experiments In Music
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Happy New Year 2022! Years Gone By.
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Bachelor Brothers Bed And Breakfast By Bill Richardson A pair of endearingly eccentric bachelors--in their fifties, and fraternal twins--own and operate a bed & breakfast establishment where people like them, the "gentle and bookish and ever so slightly confused," can feel at home. Hector and Virgil think of their B&B as a refuge, a retreat, a haven, where folks may bring their own books or peruse the brothers' own substantial library. An antic blend of homespun and...
Topics: Bachelor Brothers Bed And Breakfast, Bill Richardson, Reading
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PHOHI March" by the PHOHI Orchestra, leader Lou Cohen, recorded in 1927. Open the pdf!
Topics: PHOHI March, PHOHI Orkestra, Lou Cohen
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The Great Eastern 1995  Season 2 Program Guide: pdf
Topics: The Great Eastern, 1995, Season 2
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DEDICATION OF A TABLET IN HONOR OF TIMOTHY STILL 1920 - 1968 BEACON FOR A BETTER NEWARK The Schoolmen's Club of Newark THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1970 WBGO Newark, New Jersey NEMO: [AT&T PLVRT - 67824] Just a few years after the riots in the City of Newark, New Jersey, WBGO, Your School Station, broadcast live, the dedication of a plaque in honor of community leader, The Reverend Timothy Still.   The Schoolmen's Club of the Newark Board of Education sponsor of the plaque placed it in Quitman Street...
Topics: 1970, TIimoty Still Memorial, Newark, New Jersey
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IDEAS From 29 May 2000 Two episodes\ Edmund Wade Davis CM (born December 14, 1953) Canadian cultural anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author, and photographer.
Topics: The End of the Wild, Wade Davis, Documentary
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"Somewhere in the world a Scout "Gang Show" is being produced every day of the year. Since the first "Gang" took a bow in 1932, this unique entertainment has throughout the world raised millions of pounds for the Movement. The creator, writer and producer of the "Gang Show" . . .Ralph Reader, C.B.E., . . .was born in Crewkerne, Somerset, England,. . .for many years he was a leading actor and theatrical producer in New York and London. He sacrificed a brilliant...
Topics: Historic Music from The Boy Scouts Gang Shows, Historic Music,The Boy Scouts, Gang Shows,...
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Then, nearly out of provisions and deep in the heart of the Pacific where the chart shows no land - they happen on a small isle only hinted at in the records and never mapped. Saved! But what is this? The island hides a pearl fishery? In the ebb-tide of fortune, what new villainy will the three attempt? (Summary by Mark F. Smith) 
Topics: The Segovia Legacy, Guitarist Andres Segovia, Documentary
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Steve Chambers - Victoria Station 08) 'Express Desire' Wednesday 11th December 1996 @ 2:02 p.m. Wednesday December 11th, 1896.   A day, notable, for ancient passion and modern excitement. Program Info pdf
Topic: Victoria Station 08 Express Desire
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The Pepsodent show," Your Magic Carpet", with compere, Selwyn Toogood, the final broadcast from the Theatre Royal in Christchurch. This is programme 34 of this game show which has been running for 7 years. The big prize is won by Mrs. Dorothy Trainor from Dunedin. Includes Rinso advertisements. 20 AUG 1964
Topics: Your Magic Carpet, Quiz Programmre