All Things Considered

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


38235. All Things Considered. April 7, 1986. NPR net, WSHU-FM, Fairfield Connecticut aircheck. "Border Blasters". Sustaining. Well done documentary about high-powered Mexican radio stations of the 1930's. John Brinkley, Wolfman Jack, Rachel Maurer (producer). 28:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete segment.

62669. All Things Considered. August 30, 1996. NPR net, WBEZ, Chicago aircheck. Sustaining. Robert Trout comments about political conventions. Also, Robert Trout appearing on "The Mara Tapp Show" with John McDonough and "Nightline" with Ted Koppel and Chris Burey. Robert Trout, John McDonough, Mara Tapp, Ted Koppel, Chris Burey. 32:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpts.

63245. All Things Considered. July 27, 1997. NPR net. Sustaining. Robert Trout reports on the thirty-fifth anniversary of Telstar and the beginning of satellite communications (on July 10, 1962). Robert Trout, John McDonough (writer). 8:19. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete segment.

64308. All Things Considered. May 8, 1998. NPR net, WBEZ, Chicago aircheck. Sustaining. Robert Trout remembers George Polk on the fiftieth anniversary of his disappearance and murder. Howard K. Smith also remembers the events. Robert Trout, Howard K. Smith. 9:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

69651. All Things Considered. November 19, 1999. NPR net. "Lost and Found Sound" "Obsessed With TV Sound". Sustaining. An interview with Phil Gries, unabridged, with portions not broadcast. Phil Gries. 29:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69801. All Things Considered. February 9, 2000. NPR net, WBEZ-FM, Chicago aircheck. Sustaining. Robert Trout recalls "The Onset of McCarthyism" on the fiftieth anniversary of Senator McCarthy's famous speech in Wheeling, West Virginia. Joseph McCarthy, Robert Trout (narrator). 12:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete segment.

70094. All Things Considered. August 1, 2000. NPR net, WBEZ-FM, Chicago aircheck. Sustaining. The program was recorded July 20, 2000, the broadcast continues on August 2, 2000. Robert Trout recalls the seventeen Republican party conventions he has covered. The program features many recordings from past conventions. Robert Trout. 21:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

70095. All Things Considered. August 15, 2000. NPR net, WBEZ-FM, Chicago aircheck. Sustaining. The program was recorded July 27, 2000, the broadcast continued on August 16, 2000. Robert Trout recalls the many Democratic Party conventions he has covered. The program features many recordings from past conventions. Robert Trout. 26:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

103321. All Things Considered. November 14, 2000. NPR net. An obituary program for Robert Trout, broadcast on the day he died. Robert Siegel, Linda Wertheimer, Robert Trout (by recording). 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

76019. All Things Considered. February 20, 2002. NPR net. Sustaining. Walter Cronkite remembers when John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth, forty years agao. Walter Cronkite, Charles Collingwood (recording), Jack Paar (recording), John McDonough (producer), Lorna White (assistant producer). 12:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

101154. All Things Considered. March 18, 2002. Program #00. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "An Introduction To Yiddish." Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer), Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor), Murray Horowitz, Samuel Norwich. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100493. All Things Considered. March 19, 2002. Program #1. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Henry Sapoznik's Discovery" Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor), Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer). 17:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100494. All Things Considered. March 26, 2002. Program #2. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Yiddish Melodies In Swing." Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Yair Reiner (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor), Claire Barry. 16:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100495. All Things Considered. April 2, 2002. Program #3. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Nahem Stuchkoff." Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer), Gary Covino (editor), Nahem Stuchkoff (writer, producer, director), Eli Wallach, Mischa Stutchkoff. 22:218. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100496. All Things Considered. April 9, 2002. Program #4. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Levine and His Flying Machine." The story of the Jewish avgiator who flew the Atlantic only two weeks after Charles Lindbergh. John Leifert, Charles A. Levine, Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor), Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer). 12:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100497. All Things Considered. April 16, 2002. Program #5. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Yiddish Commercials." Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer), Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor). 12:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100498. All Things Considered. April 23, 2002. Program #6. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "The Jewish Philosopher." Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer), Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor), C. Israel Lutsky, Dick Sugar, Carl Reiner, Isiah Sheffer (?). 12:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100499. All Things Considered. April 30, 2002. Program #7. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Yiddish Crooner." Seymour Rexite is heard live! He died six months after this program, at the age of 91. Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Gary Covino (editor), Dave Isay (co-producer), Seymour Rexite. 7:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100500. All Things Considered. May 7, 2002. Program #8. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Victor Packer." Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer), Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor), Victor Packer. 12:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100501. All Things Considered. May 14, 2002. Program #9. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Court Of The Air." Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer), Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor), Shmuel Aaron Rubin, Menachem Mendel Rubin (narrator), Matthew Ozod (? production assistant). 12:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

100502. All Things Considered. May 21, 2002. Program #10. NPR net. "Yiddish Radio Project". "Reunion." Yair Reiner (co-producer), David Miller (associate producer), Karen Callahan (production assistant), Tony Field (production assistant), Andy Lancet (production assistant), Gary Covino (editor), Henry Sapoznik (co-producer), Dave Isay (co-producer), Siegbert Freiberg, Milo Boulton (see cat. #95901), Matthew Ozod (? production assistant). 12:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

76018. All Things Considered. July 8, 2002. NPR net. "First Nationally Televised Political Convention". Sustaining. Walter Cronkite remembers the 1952 Republican Convention from Chicago. Walter Cronkite, Betty Furness (recording), Douglas Edwards (recording), Everett Dirksen (recording), John McDonough (producer), J. David Goldin (sound recording contributor). 12:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

76017. All Things Considered. July 23, 2002. NPR net. "The Day The World Got Smaller". Sustaining. Walter Cronkite remembers the start of the first use of a telecommunications satellite (Telstar), forty years ago. Walter Cronkite, Douglas Edwards (recordings), Charles Collingwood (recording), Richard Dimbleby (recording), John Kennedy (recording), John McDonough (producer), Robert Pierpoint (recording). 12:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

76016. All Things Considered. August 7, 2002. NPR net. "Changing Attitudes Toward War in Vietnam". Sustaining. Walter Cronkite recalls his February 8, 1968 broadcast, questioning the war in Vietnam. On February 27, 1968, Cronkite returned from a trip to Vietnam and made an editorial comment about the war. Walter Cronkite, Eric Sevareid (recording), John McDonough (producer), Robert Schackney (recording). 12:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

76015. All Things Considered. October 4, 2002. NPR net. "How Sputnik Changed The World". Sustaining. Walter Cronkite remembers the launching of the first artificial Earth satellite, forty-five years ago that day. Walter Cronkite, John McDonough (producer), Ernie Kovacs (recording), Douglas Edwards (recording), Robert Trout (recording), Daniel Schorr (recording), Alexander Kendrick (recording), Charles Von Fremd (recording), J. David Goldin (sound recording contributor). 12:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

76014. All Things Considered. November 8, 2002. NPR net. "The North African Campaign". Sustaining. Walter Cronkite recalls the North African invasion that had taken place sixty years earlier. Walter Cronkite, John McDonough (producer), John Daly (by recording). 8:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

76002. All Things Considered. November 22, 2002. NPR net. Sustaining. Walter Cronkite recalls the assassination of President Kennedy, forty years ago this day. Recordings played feature air-to-ground communications to Air Force planes in the air. The feature was presented in two parts. Walter Cronkite, John McDonough (producer), Robert Newhouse (engineer), Charles Thompson (engineer). 20:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

76020. All Things Considered. December 7, 2002. NPR net. Sustaining. Walter Cronkite remembers the sixtieth anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Jeanette Rankin cast the only vote against President Roosevelt's request for a state of war. Walter Cronkite, Sam Rayburn (recording), Fulton Lewis Jr. (recording). 12:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

79034. All Things Considered. July 21, 2003. NPR net. Sustaining. "Soldiers Of The Press." Walter Cronkite recalls a radio dramatization of his wartime exploits. Walter Cronkite, John McDonough (producer), J. David Goldin (programming), Lorna White (engineer). 9:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83637. All Things Considered. July 27, 2004. NPR net. Walter Cronkite describes the riots at the 1968 Chicago Democratic Party convention. Also, a pre-production recording session of May 24, 2004. Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, Daniel Schorr, John McDonough (producer), J. David Goldin (recordings), Fred Turner (CBS engineer, commentator). 12:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84537. All Things Considered. December 27, 2004. NPR net. A remembrance of the sixtieth anniversary of, "The Battle Of Bastogne," Christmas, 1944. Walter Cronkite, John McDonough (producer). 15:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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