Monthly Archive: May 2020

Ode to raging hormones.

It’s April 1961 – You’re A Teenager – You Live In The Bay Area – KYA Is Your Go-To Place – Rock n’ Roll Is Here To Stay.

KYA – Bobby Mitchell – April 14, 1961 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – It’s April 1961 – Spring in the Bay Area. Life is loaded with possibilities. Maybe it’s just you and maybe it’s happening to everybody, but Music is starting to become very important in your life. You...

Okinawa -1957 (Getty Images)

May 29, 1957 – Washington Anticipates Japanese Premier Nobusuke Kishi – And The Word Is Okinawa.

A buck or two would help: Become a Patron! May 29, 1957 – News for this day in 1957 came by way of Commentator Cedric Foster who reported on the upcoming State visit by Japanese Premier Nobusuke Kishi to Washington. The visit was expected to take place in the middle...

Transmitter Tower - 1938

May 28, 1938 – The World Of High-Tech – Wonders Of The Age – Broadcasting And Daily Life.

May 28, 1938 – Perhaps not an earth-shattering day for news, but a significant one for future reference. This special program, featuring a discussion/interview with WOR Chief Engineer J.R. Poppele, who had just returned from a fact-finding mission and review of broadcasting in Europe, sheds light on what was just...

Paul Paray - Retrospective Part 3

Paul Paray Leads L’Orchestre Philharmonique De Radio France With Aline Van Barentzen, Elisabeth Söderström, Yvonne Lefébure and Jean-Jacques Kantorow – 1960-1971- Episode 3 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concer

Paul Paray and L’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France – Retrospective Part 3 – Radio France Musique – Continuing with Paul Paray this week – part three of the excellent series produced by Radio France Musique in 2014 featuring performances with Paray leading the ORTF Orchestra, this time in a support...

Slobodan Milosevic

May 27, 1999 – The Indictment Of Milosevic – The Launching Of Discovery – “I Could Hear A Loud Pop”.

A little goes a long way – seriously: Become a Patron! May 27, 1999 – The world court handed down indictments against Yugoslav President Slobadan Milosevic and several others for their role in the civil war, raging in the Balkan region. The indictment, which was confirmed by a trial chamber...