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#13491: WALTER WINCHELL SHOW, THE
1960-10-02, ABC, min.
Walter Winchell, Richard Nixon

October 5th, 1952-June 26th, 1955 (ABC)
October 5th, 1956-December 28th, 1956 (NBC)
October 2nd, 1960-November 6th, 1960 ABC)

In the fall of 1956, NBC gave Walter Winchell the opportunity to show that he could be as successful as his fellow columnist Ed Sullivan as the host of a weekly live variety show. The program originated from New York City for its first nine weeks and then moved to Hollywood. Despite Winchell's ability to attract show business personalities as guests who owed him favors, and a reasonably well-paced production, the series never caught on and was canceled after thirteen weeks. 

A half-hour talk show starring journalist and TV reporter Walter Winchell.

This is the debut of the October 2nd, 1960 show on ABC television.

Guest is Richard Nixon Republican candidate for president who answers various questions posed to him by Winchell. Nixon speaks about what the United States will do if Cuba receives military arms from Russia and the economy.                                      
#13496B: WORLD IN PERSPECTIVE
1960-10-16, WIP, 98 min.
David Susskind, Joseph Newman, Margarite Higgins, Blair Frazier, Harry Schwartz, Alan Ashbolt, Henry Shapiro, James Wexler

 A perspective of the OPEN END television interview which host David Susskind conducted with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev on October 9, 1960. 

A panel of seven journalist join David Susskind and give their opinions related to last weeks controversial broadcast. 
They include:

Margarite Higgins of the Herald Tribune
Joseph Newman of the Herald Tribune
Blair Frazier of McLain's CBC
Harry Schwartz of the New York Times
Alan Ashbolt of the Australian Broadcasting Network   
Henry Shapiro of the United Press International 
James Wexler of the New York Post    
#19395: WBAI RADIO: DISCUSSION OF JFK ASSASSINATION
1963-12-27, WBAI, min.
Chris Kotch, Robert Potts

A discussion on the assassination of President Kennedy with WBAI program director Chris Kotch and news editor Robert Potts.            
#14898: WCBS RADIO LOOKS AT TELEVISION
1965-07-14, WCBS, 20 min.
David Susskind, Joseph Denbo

"WCBS Radio Looks At Television." A weekly series with Joeseph Denbo and David Susskind. A twenty-minute weekly radio series. 

Duplicate of #14900.                                       
#14900: WCBS RADIO LOOKS AT TELEVISION
1965-07-14, WCBS, 20 min.
David Susskind, Joseph Denbo

"WCBS Radio Looks At Television." A weekly series with Joeseph Denbo and David Susskind. A twenty-minute weekly radio series.

Duplicate of #14898.                                                                  
#15366: WHAT IS ...REALLY LIKE?
1967-10-05, WOR, 20 min.
Elizabeth Taylor, Cleveland Amory, Barry Farber, Philip Burton, Richard Burton, Sydney Guilaroff

Featured: Philip Burton (Richard's stepfather), Elizabeth Taylor's hairdresser, Sydney Guilaroff, and television critic Cleveland Amory.

Host: Barry Farber.   

Joined in progress.                                     
#15477: WHAT IS RONALD REAGAN REALLY LIKE?
1967-12-31, WOR, 22 min.
Ronald Reagan, Barry Sullivan, Barry Farber, Elinor Harris, Colleen Moore

Host Barry Farber profiles California Governor Ronald Reagan. 
The panel includes Barry Sullivan, Colleen Moore, and Elinor Harris.                                 
#10161: WALTER CRONKITE INTERVIEWS LYNDON JOHNSON
1973-02-02, CBS, 60 min.
Walter Cronkite, Lyndon Johnson

Walter Cronkite interviews former President Lyndon Baines Johnson ten days before Johnson's death. Among the topics they discuss is civil rights.             
#17556: WBAI RADIO
1973-12-29, WBAI, min.
Program Host

Telephone talk show.                          
#17676: WMCA RADIO IN NEW YORK CITY
1974-04-29, WMCA, min.
R. Peter Strauss

Telephone talk with WMCA general manager R. Peter Strauss.            
#5499B: WITNESS TO YESTERDAY
1974-10-15, WNET, 27 min.
Steve Allen, George Gershwin, Patrick Watson

October 8, 1974-December 31, 1974. "Witness to Yesterday" was a series of PBS broadcasts profiling a specific famous individual portrayed by an actress or actor. George Gershwin, portrayed by Steve Allen, talks about his life and work. Patrick Watson is host and interviewer.
#17875: WBAI RADIO IN NEW YORK CITY
1974-10-16, WBAI, min.
Host

Talk, and commentary.                         
#1139: WIDE WORLD SPECIAL: ON LOCATION WITH WALTER CRONKITE
1974-10-17, WMAL, 67 min.
Walter Cronkite, Betsy Cronkite, Dick Cavett

Walter Cronkite is interviewed by Dick Cavett at Cronkite's home on Martha's Vineyard, Mass. Later in the program, Cavett is joined by Cronkite's wife Betsy.
#17876: WBAI RADIO IN NEW YORK CITY
1974-10-17, , min.
Host

Live commentary.      
#17990: WALL STREET WEEK
1975-03-28, PBS, min.
Louis Rukeyser, Eliot Janeway

January 7th, 1972- (PBS)  

Louis Rukeyser is host and moderator of this long-running public affairs program that deals with the stock market and personal investing.

Guest: Eliot Janeway.     
#9861: WASHINGTON WEEK IN REVIEW.
1975-10-04, PBS, 30 min.
Peter Lisagor

February 22nd, 1967- 

PBS series with focus on current events. 


Journalist Peter Lisagor is the guest.            
#6289: WOMAN: "RAPE"
1975-10-07, PBS, 30 min.
Sandra Elkin, Susan Brownmiller

1973-1977 (SYNDICATED). Half-hour public affairs program on topics of interest to women, hosted by Sandra Elkin.

Part 1 - Rape, according to author Susan Brownmiller, is motivated more by anger than sexual desire. In the first of two programs examining the crime, Brownmiller and moderator Sandra Elkin talk about the psychology of the rapist and ways women can avoid being assaulted.
#7546A: WALLY'S WORKSHOP
1975-12-28, SYN., 2 min.
Wally Bruner, Johnny Olson, Natalie Bruner

1971 - 1977 Syndicated 

A half- hour home improvement, home fix-it show hosted by Wally Bruner with the help from his wife, Natalie Bruner. The series was distributed with the sponsorship of Young & Rubicam's household-improvement  clientele.  

The final two minutes of this broadcast with wrap up from announcer Johnny Olson.     
#9876: WHO'S WHO
1977-01-04, CBS, 60 min.
Charles Kuralt, Dan Rather, Barbara Hower

January 4th, 1977-June 26th, 1977

Hour-long news magazine with an emphasis on people. Dan Rather was the chief reporter and Barbara Hower and Charles Kuralt were regular contributors.  

This was the series premiere.          
#9877: WHO'S WHO
1977-01-18, CBS, 60 min.
Charles Kuralt, Dan Rather, Barbara Hower

January 4th, 1977-June 26th, 1977

Hour-long news magazine with an emphasis on people. Dan Rather was the chief reporter and Barbara Hower and Charles Kuralt were regular contributors.  

                       
#9878: WHO'S WHO
1977-02-01, CBS, 60 min.
Charles Kuralt, Dan Rather, Peter Allen, Barbara Hower

January 4th, 1977-June 26th, 1977

Hour-long news magazine with an emphasis on people. Dan Rather was the chief reporter and Barbara Hower and Charles Kuralt were regular contributors. 

A profile of entertainer Peter Allen. 

                                    
#9879: WHO'S WHO
1977-02-08, CBS, 60 min.
Charles Kuralt, Dan Rather, Barbara Hower, Margaret OBrien

January 4th, 1977-June 26th, 1977

Hour-long news magazine with an emphasis on people. Dan Rather was the chief reporter and Barbara Hower and Charles Kuralt were regular contributors. 

A profile of actress Margaret O'Brien. 

                                                 
#9880: WHO'S WHO
1977-03-09, CBS, 60 min.
Charles Kuralt, Dan Rather, Barbara Hower

January 4th, 1977-June 26th, 1977

Hour-long news magazine with an emphasis on people. Dan Rather was the chief reporter and Barbara Hower and Charles Kuralt were regular contributors. 
                                                                           
#9881: WHO'S WHO
1977-04-19, CBS, 60 min.
Charles Kuralt, Dan Rather, Barbara Hower

January 4th, 1977-June 26th, 1977

Hour-long news magazine with an emphasis on people. Dan Rather was the chief reporter and Barbara Hower and Charles Kuralt were regular contributors. 
                                                                                        
#18462: WALL STREET WEEK
1980-07-18, PBS, min.
Louis Rukeyser

January 7th, 1972- (PBS)  

Louis Rukeyser is host and moderator of this long-running public affairs program that deals with the stock market and personal investing.

Guest: Eliot Janeway.                  
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