Speaking of Radio

Chuck Schaden's Conversations with the Stars Who Made it Golden

REMEMBERING WORLD WAR II

Radio and World War II Introduction by Chuck Schaden, December 1991-January 1992
Radio and World War II, Those Were The Days listings, from Nostalgia Digest, Dec. 1991 — July 1992
Radio and World War II, Those Were The Days listings, from Nostalgia Digest, Aug. 1992 — Dec. 1992
Radio and World War II, Those Were The Days listings, from Nostalgia Digest, Jan. 1993 — June 1993
Radio and World War II, Those Were The Days listings, from Nostalgia Digest, July 1993 — Dec. 1993
Radio and World War II, Those Were The Days listings, from Nostalgia Digest, Jan. 1994 — July 1994
Radio and World War II, Those Were The Days listings, from Nostalgia Digest, Aug. 1994 — Dec. 1994
Radio and World War II, Those Were The Days listings, from Nostalgia Digest, Jan. 1995 — June 1995
Radio and World War II, Those Were The Days listings, from Nostalgia Digest, July 1995 — Sept. 1995

Pearl Harbor Week on the Radio, by Todd Nebel, December 1991-January 1992
Big Bands and World War II, by Karl Pearson, December 1991, January 1992
Radio’s WW II Tools of Propaganda, by Todd Nebel, February-March, 1992
Movies Go to War, by Bob Kolososki, February-March, 1992
Movies Go to War 1942-1943, by Bob Kolososki, April-May, 1992
Movies Go to War 1944-1945 by Bob Kolososki, June-July, 1992

Butch O’Hare by Fr. Kevin Shanley, June-July, 1992
The Home Front by Ken Alexander, August-September, 1992
Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands by Karl Pearson, October-November, 1992
Bing Crosby and World War II by Dennis H. Cremin, December 1992-January 1993
German Radio: Der Fuehrer’s “Command Performance” by Jim Warras, December 1992-January 1993

The Fighting Sullivans, by Kevin Shanley, February-March, 1993
Bob Hope and World War II, by Bill Oates, April-May, 1993
Music from Home: WW II V-Discs, by Karl Pearson, June-July, 1993
How We Won WW II at Jefferson Grade School, by Robert G. Kemper, June-July, 1993
War Songs, by Ken Alexander, August-September, 1993

Documentaries of War, by Bob Kolososki, December, 1993-January, 1994
‘We’ve Got a Job to Do’ by Katie Dishman, December, 1993-January, 1994
Portrait of a Hero – Audie Murphy, by Bob Kolososki, February-March, 1994
Propaganda on the Home Front, by Katie Dishman, April-May, 1994
Radio’s D-Day Coverage, by Jim Warras, June-July, 1994

Rationing in World War II, by Kevin Shanley, August-September, 1994
Glenn Miller and World War II, by Karl Pearson, October-November, 1994
Roosevelt, Radio and Norman Corwin, by Todd Nebel, October-November, 1994
FDR Seeks Fourth Term, by Jim Warras, October-November, 1994
Them Gremlins of WW II, by Curtis L. Katz, December, 1994-January, 1995

Liberty Ships, by Kevin Shanley, December, 1994-January, 1995
Death of a President, by Jim Warras, April-May, 1995
The Lonely Soldier’s Voice – Ernie Pyle, by Bill Oats, April-May, 1995
Chicago’s Chaplain Courageous, by Kevin Shanley, April-May, 1995
More on The Home Front, by Ken Alexander, June-July, 1995

Heigh-Ho, Heigh Ho, It’s Off to Work We Go, by Curtis L. Katz, June-July, 1995
The Story of ‘World News Today’, by Jim Warras, August-September, 1995
Hello, Out There in Radioland, by Chuck Schaden, August-September, 1995
A Christmas Farewell, by Kevin Shanley, December, 1999-January, 2000

(Additional articles will be added from time to time.)


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