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#13085: RECOLLECTIONS AT 30: NBC RADIO
1956-11-07, WNBC, 13 min.
Kate Smith, Ed Herlihy, Tallulah Bankhead, Milton Cross, George M. Cohan, Madame Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Frank Murray

A recollection of old NBC radio broadcasts hosted by Ed Herlihy. 
Excerpts include a reading by Tallulah Bankhead who hosted NBC radio's weekly variety series, "The Big Show," George M. Cohan sings "Over There," from 1937, the bugler who sounded the ceasefire on November 11th, 1918, ending World War 1. Also featuring Milton Cross, Kate Smith, Madame Ernestine Schumann-Heink, and Frank Murray.                                   
#13354: RADIO ANNOUNCER'S SCHOOL COMMERCIAL
1959-07-04, , 2 min.
Voice over Announcer, Dave & Sarah

An unknown New York radio disc jockey tells his audience about an opportunity for all (no College of even High School degree needed) to get  into radio as an announcer. A radio announcer's school with only a 16 week commitment. The DJ goes into detail, after which he dedicates his next record to be played to Dave and  Sarah. 

NOTE: Could this have been Dave Goldin (16 years old at the time), on his way to amassing the world's largest independent  radio collection?                                 
#21: READING OUT LOUD WITH JACKIE ROBINSON
1960-05-01, WNTA, 4 min.
Jackie Robinson, Sharon Robinson, Rachel Robinson, Garry Moore, Richard M. Nixon, Richard Boone, Cyril Ritchard, John F. Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, Dr. Frank Baxter, David Robinson, Jose Ferrer, Harry Belafonte, Julie Harris, Archibald Macleish, Virginia Winslow Hopper Mathews, Pearl S. Buck, Eva Le Gallienne, Charles H. Percy

February 7 - May 15, 1960 (Sundays 2:30-3:00pm)

READING OUT LOUD was a filmed series comprised of 15 shows. Famous  people read favorite literary selections aloud to a small group of children, often relatives of the reader.  

Jackie Robinson recites the Gettysburg Address to his son David Robinson, daughter Sharon Robinson and wife Rachel Robinson. 

NOTE: Letter dated Feb. 26, 2008, sent by Rachel Robinson, related to this TV Audio Air Check recorded off the air by Phil Gries on May 1, 1960. 

THE JACKIE ROBINSON FOUNDATION
One Hudson Square
75 Varick Street
New York, NY 10013 

February 26, 2008

Phil Gries 
Archival Television Audio, Inc.
209 Sea Cliff Avenue
Sea Cliff, NY 11579

Dear Phil,

My apologies for the long delay in responding to your kindness in sending me the exciting television audio air check of "Reading Out Loud" the TV program where Jack read the Gettysburg Address. The Jackie Robinson Foundation has moved and we are still locating material sent to us as we reorganize the archives. 

I listened to the tape with ABSOLUE AMAZEMENT and DELIGHT. Sharon and I remember vividly the family trip to Washington, and we have one photo taken on that occasion. Unfortunately, I do not have any memory of the recording session. 

It is thrilling for us to hear Jackie's reading of this profound speech, and we shall cherish and preserve it in our archives. Most importantly, we will share it with our visitors to the Jackie Robinson Museum now being designed. 

Phil, I am deeply grateful to you for this historic gift, and we will appropriately attribute it's preservation to you. 

Sincerely,

Rachel Robinson

cc: Della Britton Baeza
      Len Coleman


 In 1960, Virginia Winslow Hopper Mathews created the children's TV series Reading Out Loud with Westinghouse Broadcasting executive Mike Santangelo. Produced by Westinghouse for syndication, the show featured notable figures reading aloud their favorite books to children. It debuted February 7, 1960 on the five TV stations owned by Westinghouse in Baltimore, Boston, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and San Francisco. READING OUT LOUD also opened on WNTA-TV, prior it becoming a Public Television Station (WNET-TV) in New York City and 46 educational TV stations around the U.S. It ran as a half-hour show for 15 episodes. 

The following is a list of READING OUT LOUD guest appearances detailing the 15 broadcasts aired, and the dates when they were broadcast. 

-First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt (reading Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling to a group of children)-March 13, 1960.

-Actress Julie Harris (reading selections from Kenneth Grahame's "The Wind in The Willows")-May 8, 1960.

-Actor José Ferrer (reading Huckleberry Finn)-March 20, 1960.

-Brooklyn Dodger baseball player (1947-1956) Jackie Robinson (reading excerpts from Stephen Crane's "The Red Badge of Courage" & Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" to his family)-May 1, 1960.

-Entertainer Garry Moore (reading The Legend of Sleepy Hollow)-Feb. 28, 1960.

-Novelist Pearl S. Buck (reading Chinese fables)-April 17, 1960.

-Actor Cyril Ritchard (reading "Alice in Wonderland")-Feb. 14 or 21(?)1960.

-Singer/actor/activist Harry Belafonte (reading a collection of Jamaican folk tale about Anansi the Spider Man)-April 10, 1960.

-Senator John F. Kennedy (reading The Emergence of Lincoln)-March 27, 1960. 

-Pulitzer Prize poet and author, Archibald MacLeish (reading poems of Walter de la Mare to his grandchildren)-Feb. 7, 1960

-Stage Actress Eva Le Gallienne (reading Hans Christian Anderson's "The Ugly Duckling.")-March 6, 1960.

-Vice President Richard M. Nixon (reading Carl Sandburg's "Abe Lincoln Grows Up" to his daughter Julie and her friends)-April 3, 1960.

-UCLA English Professor / TV Educator Dr. Frank Baxter (reading the poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.")-April 24, 1960.

-Industrialist Charles H. Percy (reading from James Daugherty's "Poor Richard" to his children)-May 15, 1960. 

-Actor Richard Boone (reading Bret Harte's story "How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar.")-February 21, 1960.
                                                                                                                                                                 
#15045: RADIO PACIFICA SATIRE
1966-02-06, WBAI, min.
Host

Satire from WBAI Radio in New York City.             
#15068: RADIO PACIFICA (WBAI) IN NEW YORK CITY
1966-02-27, WBAI, min.
Announcer

Satire from WBAI radio in New York City.    

Joined in progress.        
#15085: RADIO PACIFICA (WBAI) IN NEW YORK CITY
1966-03-06, WBAI, min.
Announcer

Satire.            
#15472: RADIO PACIFICA REVIEWS THE FILMS OF 1967
1967-12-00, WBAI, 43 min.
Announcer

A review of the films of 1967.             
#9267: REEL CAMP
1975-03-19, WNEW, 30 min.
Pete Smith, Edgar Kennedy

Past Hollywood film shorts series.                           
#6233: REEL CAMP
1975-04-02, WNEW, 30 min.
Pete Smith, Edgar Kennedy

Past Hollywood film shorts series. Edgar Kennedy stars in "A Clean Sweep" and Pete Smith stars in "What About Daddy?"
#6231: REEL CAMP
1975-04-03, WNEW, 30 min.
Pete Smith, Edgar Kennedy, Dave O'Brien

Past Hollywood film shorts series. Edgar Kennedy stars in "Westward Ho-Hum" and Pete Smith stars in "Why Is It?" with Dave O'Brien.
#6232: REEL CAMP
1975-04-03, WNEW, 30 min.
Pete Smith, Dave O'Brien

Past Hollywood film shorts series. Pete Smith stars in specialty, "Why Is It?" with Dave O'Brien.
#6230: REEL CAMP
1975-04-04, WNEW, 30 min.
Leon Errol, Pete Smith

Past Hollywood film shorts series. Leon Errol stars in "Ring Madness." Pete Smith stars in "Sure Cures."
#9268: REEL CAMP
1975-04-08, WNEW, 30 min.
Pete Smith, Edgar Kennedy

Past Hollywood film shorts series.                                        
#9231: REEL CAMP
1975-04-10, WNEW, 30 min.
Pete Smith, Edgar Kennedy

Past Hollywood film shorts series.              
#9288: RYAN'S HOPE
1976-07-23, ABC, 30 min.
Justin Deas, Faith Catlin, Bernard Barrow

July 7th, 1975-January 13th, 1989

A daytime drama related to the lives of medical people with locations mostly at a local tavern and within the confines of a Riverside, NY, hospital.          
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