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

TWTD Archive – August 15th, 1998

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PORTRAIT OF JEROME KERN 

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, August 15, 1998 

RAILROAD HOUR (10-9-50)  “Roberta” starring Gordon MacRae, Ginny Sims and Edna Best in Jerome Kern’s 1933 musical about a Parisian fashion designer.

SONGMAKERS (6-10-46) “Jerome Kern” is the subject as Everette Clarke tells the story of the songwriter in words and music.

LUX RADIO THEATRE (5-28-51) “Show Boat” starring Kathryn Grayson, Ava Gardner, Howard Keel, Marge and Gower Champion and William Warfield in the Jerome Kern musical about life on the Mississippi.

PAUSE THAT REFRESHES ON THE AIR (8-16-42) Andre Kostelanetz and the orchestra presents a “Portrait of Mark Twain” by Jerome Kern. Introduced by the composer himself.

SONGS BY SINATRA (1-15-47) Frank Sinatra with guests Jane Powell and the Pied Pipers offer a “Tribute to Jerome Kern.”

OUR SPECIAL GUEST is music historian BILL SHELDON who will talk about Jerome Kern and his contribution to popular music.