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#13990: RADIO DISC JOCKEY
1963-02-27, , min.
Announcer

Disc Jockey, talks about no life on Venus, and a 50-mile hiking craze has spread to England.                           
#14230A: RADIO NEWS AND COMMENTARY WITH JOHN D. GRIFFIN
1963-07-20, , min.
Sonny King, Tony Marvin, John D. Griffin

John D. Griffin presents news and commentary from the world of Hollywood, TV, politics, and society. 

Guests are Tony Marvin and Sonny King who talks about working with Jimmy Durante.

Host: John D. Griffin          
#14261: REPORT FROM LONDON WITH DAVID FROST: ESTABLISHMENT, THE.
1963-08-11, , 7 min.
Peter Cook, David Frost, Nicholas Luard

Nicholas Luard co-founder of the iconic comet night club, THE ESTABLISHMENT, is interviewed. 

David Frost, performer, contributes commentary and skits related to the topic of "Class Society" in the UK.
One of the earliest radio/television appearances in the United States by David Frost contributing a special filming for a specific broadcast.

 The Establishment was a London nightclub which opened in October 1961, at 18 Greek Street, Soho and which became known in retrospect for satire although at the time was a venue more commonly booking jazz acts and used for other events. It was founded by Peter Cook and Nicholas Luard, both of whom were also important in the history of the magazine Private Eye. The name "The Establishment" is a play on the meaning of "establishment" as in "institution," i.e. the club itself, and the broader definition meaning the prevailing social order of the time, which the satirists who founded, funded and performed at the club typically undermined.

The venue allowed the opportunity for budding comedians and satirists to perform new material in a nightclub setting, outside the jurisdiction of the Lord Chamberlain, whose censorship of language and content was a problem for many performers. Some who appeared included Lenny Bruce in 1962 (subsequently banned from entering the UK a year later), Barry Humphries (as Edna Everage), and musically, The Dudley Moore Trio. The Establishment, a tie-in album of comedy routines and sketches featuring John Bird, John Fortune, Eleanor Bron and Jeremy Geidt, was released on the Parlophone label in 1963.

The Establishment in London closed in 1964.                                                  
#14616: ROBERT F. KENNEDY POLITICAL SPECIAL
1964-10-07, , 13 min.
Robert Kennedy

United States Attorney General Robert Kennedy, running for a seat in the US Senate, answers questions from college students at Columbia University.             
#14860: REPORT ON FREEDOM
1965-05-18, , 50 min.
Announcer

A right-wing group discussion.           
#15019D: RADIO PACIFICA WBAI
1966-01-09, WBAI, min.
Lal Bahadur Shastri

A satire on TV promos is presented.             
#15019J: RADIO PACIFICA WBAI
1966-01-30, WBAI, min.
Host

Political satire is presented.             
#15069: RADIO PACIFICA (WBAI) IN NEW YORK CITY
1966-02-27, WBAI, 13 min.
Elizabeth Hardwick, Norman Mailer, Dwight Macdonald

A debate on Vietnam. 

Elizabeth Hardwick is the moderator. The panel includes Norman Mailer and Dwight Macdonald.                                      
#15264: RADIO PACIFICA WBAI IN NEW YORK CITY
1966-11-09, WBAI, 13 min.
Dale Miner

Topic: Fighting in Vietnam. Report by Dale Miner.            
#7368: ROBERT K. DORNAN SHOW, THE
1970-10-10, KTLA, 00 min.
Bing Crosby, Robert K. Dornan

October 10th, 1970-

A talk show from Los Angeles, hosted by actor-politician Robert K. Dornan. 

In this series premiere, Robert K. Dornan interviews Bing Crosby.            
#16828: RONA BARRET'S HOLLYWOOD
1972-03-19, , min.
Rona Barrett

Rona Barrett reports on the latest entertainment news.          
#9284: RONA BARRETT IN HOLLYWOOD
1975-05-28, NBC, 60 min.
Rona Barrett, Raquel Welch, Liza Minnelli, Cher, Ann Margret

Rona Barrett's guests are Liza Minnelli, Raquel Welch, Cher, and Ann Margret.            
#6399: RONA LOOKS AT JAMES CAAN, MICHAEL CAINE, ELLIOT GOULD, AND BURT REYNOLDS
1975-12-11, CBS, 52 min.
Rona Barrett, Burt Reynolds, Michael Caine, Elliot Gould, James Caan

Rona Barrett interviews four of Hollywood's top male movie stars in her home & on location in Savannah, Georgia.
#9285: RONA BARRETT SPECIAL, THE
1976-10-27, ABC, 60 min.
Carol Burnett, Rona Barrett, Sally Struthers, Nancy Walker, Valerie Harper

Rona Barrett interviews Valerie Harper, Sally Struthers, Nancy Walker, and Carol Burnett.            
#18176: RONA BARRETT INTERVIEWS
1977-04-11, , min.
Rona Barrett

Rona Barrett interviews top celebrities of the day.          
#18181: RICHARD NIXON INTERVIEWS WITH DAVID FROST
1977-05-04, WNEW, min.
Richard Nixon, David Frost

David Frost commentary on his interview with Richard Nixon.            
#18350: ROBERT KENNEDY INTERVIEW
1979-11-04, , min.
Robert Kennedy

Interview with Robert Kennedy.              
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