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#13409B: CONSULT DR. BROTHERS
1960-03-07, , 3 min.
Dr. Joyce Brothers, Joyce Bothers

 1960/1961 Syndicated.
"Consult Dr. Brothers" was a 15 minute daily program. 

An unfaithful husband becomes a hippie. Wife wants to now know what she should do after she has met another man?       
#196: CALENDAR WITH HARRY REASONER AND MARY FICKETT
1962-04-16, WCBS, 11 min.
Harry Reasoner, Harold Lloyd, Mary Fickett

October 2, 1961 - August 30, 1963
10:00am to 10:30am. 

Harry Reasoner and Mary Fickett are hosts for this live half-hour weekday series which deals with a variety of subjects, including art, science, history, fashion, travel, medicine, education, marriage, and customs. Included is a daily news report by Reasoner. Many celebrities also drop by and discuss their past, present and future career with Fickett and Reasoner. 

Harry Reasoner interviews Harold Lloyd on this live morning public affairs series. Co-host is Mary Fickett.                                       
#268: CALENDAR WITH HARRY REASONER AND MARY FICKETT
1962-09-21, WCBS, 18 min.
Rocky Marciano, Harry Reasoner, Emile Griffith, Ezzard Charles

October 2, 1961 - August 30, 1963

Harry Reasoner and Mary Fickett are hosts for this live half-hour weekday series which deals with a variety of subjects, including art, science, history, fashion, travel, medicine, education, marriage, and customs. Included is a daily news report by Reasoner. Many celebrities also drop by and discuss their past, present and future career with Fickett and Reasoner. 

Guests with Harry Reasoner who discuss boxing are Rocky Marciano, Emile Griffith, and Ezzard Charles.                          
#924: CHET HUNTLEY REPORTING
1963-02-12, WNBC, 25 min.
Chet Huntley, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Jonathan Miller, Alan Bennett

Premiere April 1, 1956...beginning Prime Time Jan. 12, 1962 - June 18, 1963. Half Hour Weekly Report hosted by Chet Huntley. 

An NBC half hour documentary series which premiered at 2:30pm on April 1, 1956 under the title OUTLOOK. The program initially featured news headlines, and multiple stories at greater length, including filmed reports. Narration and Commentary by Chet Huntley. Beginning December 22, 1957 the format was changed to provide in-depth exploration of a single subject. From 1959 to 1961 the program was aired on Sunday afternoon at 5:30pm. On January 12, 1962 the series moved to prime-time, Friday nights 10:30pm with the same format, Huntley interviewing news personalities and exploring topical issues in depth. During its seven year run the series had the following titles:
OUTLOOK, CHET HUNTLEY...REPORTING, TIME:PRESENT...CHET HUNTLEY REPORTING, and beginning September 25, 1960, CHET HUNTLEY REPORTING.

Broadcast title: "The Fringe Men...Anglo Saxon Attitudes."

Chet Huntley interviews Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Jonathan Miller and Alan
Bennett, stars of the Broadway hit, "Beyond The Fringe."  

                        
#14145P: COURT OF REASON: MOON RACE THE
1963-06-18, , min.
Moderator

Topic: The moon race is it worth it?             
#14189: CASPER CITRON INTERVIEW
1963-06-26, WQXR, min.
Hollis Alpert, Casper Citron, Judith Christ, John Simon

Casper Citron was a long-time radio host and interviewer at WQXR And WOR radio in New York City, conducting his interviews from Manhattan hotel lobbies.

Today, Casper Citron talks with film critics Judith Christ, John Simon, and Hollis Alpert about the current state of films.                        
#14249A: CASSIUS CLAY INTERVIEW WITH CLURE MOSHER: HY GARDNER SHOW
1963-08-01, WOR, 5 min.
Hy Gardner, Charles Laughton, Cassius Clay, Muhammad Ali, Henry Cooper, Clure Mosher, Brian Wilson (?)

On HY GARDNER SHOW, an excerpt replay of Heavyweight boxing contender Cassius Clay's (Muhammad Ali)  interview by WOR-TV sports reporter Clure Mosher, originally broadcast the middle of May 1963 prior to Clay flying to London to fight reigning British Heavyweight Champion, Henry Cooper. 

Cassius Clay tells Clure Mosher that he wants to fight "the bear" Sonny Liston. He states, "I want him three months after Patterson. I'm going to get this man out of the way. He is nothing."

Mosher replies, "Liston is a big, stern and mean-looking man, Cassius. I fear he would just scare you to death getting in the ring with him."

Cassius Clay, "I'm just too crazy to be scared."

Clure Mosher, "I think you're going to do very well and make a lot of money. And, as a matter of fact, you and Patterson may go down in history, as far as I am concerned, as being two of the boxers around having made more money with less talent than anybody."

Cassius Clay, "You are just getting off the subject. You just talk too much. I'm sorry I have to go to bed. I have a fight coming up and I don't want to see you unless I'm in the ring. I'm through."

 Clay walks out on the interview.

After television viewers, Hy Gardner, and his guest views this clip Hy Gardner is amazed at what we just saw.
 
Hy Gardner, "Did you ever see anything like that?" Now, this was Cassius Clay. I don't know if he just got mad and walked out or this was just showmanship?"   

Hy's guest, Brian Wilson (?) on his show remarks that he thinks it was showmanship. Gardner remembers only one time that a guest on his show quit on him on the air, naming Charles Laughton.  

Gardner, "I think it is great when someone does walk out on you. Is this the real  Cassius Clay or Cassius Clay the image?"  

Hy Gardner's guest, Brian Wilson (?) mentions that he recently spent three days in Miami with Clay and thinks he is great for boxing predicting nine out of ten times the round he will beat his opponents. 

Hy comments that during the Clure Mosher interview Clay amazingly called the exact round he would defeat his next opponent. 

NOTE: One month after the May 1963 Clure Mosure interview, Cassius Clay predictably KO'd Henry Cooper in five rounds on June 18, 1963). 

NOTE: The Cassius Clay May 1963 television interview by Clure Mosher is the earliest known extant one on one studio interview of Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali).   

NOTE: See ATA#14145K aircheck audio of the broadcast of the Henry Cooper vs Cassius Clay fight.                                                                                                  
#559: CBS REPORTS: THREE PRESIDENTS ON THE PRESIDENCY
1963-11-27, WCBS, 51 min.
Walter Cronkite, Harry S. Truman, Edward R. Murrow, John F. Kennedy, George Herman, Sander Vanocur, William H. Lawrence, Eric Sevareid, Lyndon B. Johnson

This unscheduled special highlights past conversations with Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy. Shown are Harry S. Truman interviewed by Edward R. Murrow in 1958, Dwight D. Eisenhower by Walter Cronkite in 1961, and John F. Kennedy by three correspondents including William H. Lawrence and Sander Vanocur in December of 1962. Moderator is Eric Sevareid. Reporters are Harry Reasoner and George Herman. President Lyndon B. Johnson is heard at the conclusion of the telecast.
#662: CAMERA THREE: SEVEN FACES OF TIME
1964-05-31, WCBS, 26 min.
Robert Gessner

Robert Gessner, who was the first to initiate in the USA a four year college program with a degree in Motion Picture Production, is the guest.
#14628: CASPER CITRON INTERVIEW
1964-10-13, WQXR, 5 min.
David Susskind, Casper Citron, William Rusher

Casper Citron was a long-time radio host and interviewer at WQXR And WOR radio in New York City, conducting his interviews from Manhattan hotel lobbies.

A debate on various issues: Conservative William Rusher and liberal David Susskind debate.

This program is joined in progress.                                     
#14854: CAMERA THREE: SPECULATION ON 1984.
1965-05-16, CBS, 20 min.
James MacAndrew

January 22nd, 1956-January 21st, 1979. (CBS)  
October 4th, 1979-July 10th, 1980 (PBS)

A Sunday morning fixture for more than twenty years on CBS.
Guests from the arts and sciences, as well as concerts, and dramas were all featured regularly.

Camera Three was an American anthology series devoted to the arts. It began as a Sunday afternoon local program on WCBS-TV in New York before moving to the network on CBS at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time, airing from January 22, 1956, to January 21, 1979, and then moved to PBS in its final year to make way for the then-new CBS News Sunday Morning. The PBS version ran from October 4, 1979, to July 10, 1980.

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In this episode: Scientists speculate about 1984.

Host: James MacAndrew. 

                
#14853: CAMERA THREE: "THE WORLD IN 1984."
1965-05-16, CBS, 19 min.
James MacAndrew, Nigel Caldor

January 22nd, 1956-January 21st, 1979. (CBS)  
October 4th, 1979-July 10th, 1980 (PBS)

A Sunday morning fixture for more than twenty years on CBS.
Guests from the arts and sciences, as well as concerts, and dramas were all featured regularly.

Camera Three was an American anthology series devoted to the arts. It began as a Sunday afternoon local program on WCBS-TV in New York before moving to the network on CBS at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time, airing from January 22, 1956, to January 21, 1979, and then moved to PBS in its final year to make way for the then-new CBS News Sunday Morning. The PBS version ran from October 4, 1979, to July 10, 1980.

"The World in 1984." Last year the British weekly magazine  "New Scientist" asked 100 scientists to forecast significant developments likely to occur during the next twenty years. The prognostications, which range from space travel to desalinization of ocean water, are discussed by "New Scientist" editor Nigel Calder and series host James MacAndrew.                      
#782: CAMERA THREE
1968-12-01, WCBS, 27 min.
John Cassavettes, Richard Schickel

John Cassavettes discusses filmmaking with critic Richard Schickel.
#1072: CAMERA THREE: SOUNDS FOR SILENTS
1969-07-27, WCBS, 27 min.
James MacAndrew, Charles Hofmann

Host James MacAndrew interviews Charles Hofmann, silent-movies pianist and musical director for the department of film at New York's Museum of Modern Art. Hofmann also performs at the piano.
#16562: COMMENTARY FROM WBAI RADIO
1971-02-23, WBAI, min.
Gus Hall

Communist party candidate Gus Hall begins the program with a comment on the worsening conflict in Laos.         
#9965: CONTACT
1971-03-31, CBS, 60 min.
Marie Torre, Richard Lamparski, Julie Stevens

Host Marie Torre interviews radio host and author Richard Lamparski who wrote the popular book ("Whatever Became Of"?)
and Julie Stevens of radio's "Helen Trent" fame. 

             
#5161: COMEDIANS, THE
1971-12-02, WOR, 52 min.
Peggy Cass, Tony Randall, Don Adams, Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Ron Carey

Host Carl Reiner conducts a round table discussion. Included are topics related to love, money, poverty and wealth.
#9964: CAMERA THREE
1972-07-23, CBS, 30 min.
Alfred Hitchcock, James MacAndrew

January 22nd, 1956-January 21st, 1979. (CBS)  
October 4th, 1979-July 10th, 1980 (PBS)

A Sunday morning fixture for more than twenty years on CBS.
Guests from the arts and sciences, as well as concerts, and dramas were all featured regularly.

Camera Three was an American anthology series devoted to the arts. It began as a Sunday afternoon local program on WCBS-TV in New York before moving to the network on CBS at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time, airing from January 22, 1956, to January 21, 1979, and then moved to PBS in its final year to make way for the then-new CBS News Sunday Morning. The PBS version ran from October 4, 1979, to July 10, 1980.

On this episode, Alfred Hitchcock discusses his movie-making suspense techniques with Camera Three moderator, James Macandrew. There are scenes from his first thriller "The Lodger," (1926), "Number 17," (1932), "Foreign Correspondent," (1940), "Notorious," (1946), and "The Birds," (1963). 
                                                                
#1116: CAMERA THREE: ALFRED HITCHOCK INTERVIEWED
1972-07-23, WCBS, 29 min.
Alfred Hitchcock, James MacAndrew

January 22nd, 1956-January 21st, 1979. (CBS)  
October 4th, 1979-July 10th, 1980 (PBS)

A Sunday morning fixture for more than twenty years on CBS.
Guests from the arts and sciences, as well as concerts, and dramas were all featured regularly.

Camera Three was an American anthology series devoted to the arts. It began as a Sunday afternoon local program on WCBS-TV in New York before moving to the network on CBS at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time, airing from January 22, 1956, to January 21, 1979, and then moved to PBS in its final year to make way for the then-new CBS News Sunday Morning. The PBS version ran from October 4, 1979, to July 10, 1980.

On this episode, Alfred Hitchcock discusses his movie-making suspense techniques with Camera Three moderator, James Macandrew. There are scenes from his first thriller "The Lodger," (1926), "Number 17," (1932), "Foreign Correspondent," (1940), "Notorious," (1946), and "The Birds," (1963). 

Alfred Hitchcock reviews his career with many anecdotes reflecting his love and technique for the film making process-past and present.             
#19023: CONTACT
1973-04-30, , 60 min.
Frank Buxton, Bob Kennedy, Barry Brooks

Old Time Radio program with Bob Kennedy, Barry Brooks, and Frank Buxton.             
#7877: CONTACT
1975-01-13, WGY, min.
Bob Lawson

A local Schenectady radio talk show with host Bob Lawson.            
#7878: CONTACT
1975-04-10, WGY, min.
Bob Lawson

A local Schenectady radio talk show with host Bob Lawson.                         
#6053: CONSUMER SURVIVAL KIT
1975-09-16, PBS, 30 min.
Larry Lewman

An unflattering side of the cosmetics industry is exposed as host Larry Lewman warns about the possible dangers of certain cosmetics.
#6337: CONTACT
1975-11-26, NBC, 15 min.
Bill Miller, Matthew Troy

(NBC-Radio). Bill Miller interviews Matthew Troy, Finance Chairman - New York City Council.
#7880: CONVERSATION WITH ERIC SEVARIED
1977-05-27, CBS, 60 min.
Eric Sevaried, Anne Morrow Lindbergh

July 13th, 1975- September 7th, 1975

A Public Affairs Series in which CBS newsman Eric Sevaried conversed with notables. 

Eric Sevaried talks with Anne Morrow Lindbergh, author, and widow of aviation pioneer Charles A. Lindbergh.                      
#18645: CURRENT STATE OF TELEVISION
1981-09-28, , min.
Jerry Falwell

Pressure groups complain about the current State of television
involving sex, violence, profanity, etc. Comments by Rev. Jerry Falwell and TV producers pro and con.
          
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