Speaking of Radio

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

TWTD Archive – May 3rd, 1997

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HINDENBURG DISASTER
And a Variety of Sounds

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, May 3, 1997  

SUSPENSE (1-16-47)  Overture in Two Keys” starring Joan Bennett with Howard Duff.  The wife of a music professor falls in love with her husband’s student.

ARRIVAL OF THE HINDENBURG (5-6-37) Announcer Herb Morrison, at Lakehurst New Jersey to record the arrival of the airship Hindenburg from Germany, ends up covering one of the great aviation disasters when the ship exploded and crashed. This is a speed-corrected restoration of the original recording. 

ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET (9-16-45) In order to pass the initiation of the Unicorns Lodge, Ozzie must be totally agreeable for twenty-four hours.

HALLMARK PLAYHOUSE (7-22-48) “The Citadel” highlights the struggles of a young doctor in a coal mining town.

PLEASE STAND BY – A History of Radio (1986) Lesson 26: News… the War Years covers the development of news on the air from 1935-1945.