Around New York

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.


103599. Around New York. August 26, 1949. WNYC, New York City. A ride on a Boeing Stratocruiser owned by Northwest Airlines. This tape recorded tour of the plane describes the two flight decks, the sleeping berths and the bar and lounge. A pilot is interviewed, . 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

105699. Around New York. November 10, 1949. WNYC, New York City. He describes tomorrow's lecture, "Frontiers In Genetics." Iago Galdston (Secretary of the Committee of Medical Information, The New York Academy Of Medicine). 5:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104208. Around New York. December 1949. WNYC, New York City. John Savage interviews David Alman, president of, "Contemporary Writers." He describes his company's, "Writing Out Loud" program. John Savage, David Alman. 4:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104207. Around New York. December 19, 1949. WNYC, New York City. John Savage interviews Edward Kingsley about British films being distributed in the United States. John Savage, Edward Kingsley. 6:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104206. Around New York. 1950. WNYC, New York City. John Savage interviews A. Herbert Fedder, a member of, "The Brooklyn Jewish Community Council." He discusses, "Jewish Book Month." John Savage, A. Herbert Fedder. 3:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104204. Around New York. 1951. WNYC, New York City. John Savage interviews Peter Jacobson of the, "Greenwich Village Chamber of Commerce." John Savage, Peter Jacobson. 7:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104203. Around New York. 1951. WNYC, New York City. John Savage interviews George Schaefer, a producer of the, "New York City Theatre Company," about to open the second half of its 4th season. The date is approximate. John Savage, George Schaefer. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104202. Around New York. 1951. WNYC, New York City. John Savage interviews Ruth Sylvester, a "recreation adviser" with the Army. The show will feature "Treasures Stolen By The Nazis" and an "Antique Record Show" held by Joe Franklin. The date is approximate. John Savage, Ruth Sylvester. 7:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104205. Around New York. March 1, 1951. WNYC, New York City. John Savage describes the 6th annual "National Antiques Show," opening at Madison Square Garden on March 6th. The exhibits will includes, "Treasures Stolen By The Nazis" and an "Antique Record Show" to be held by Joe Franklin. The antiques show in New York seems to have begun in 1945, which would date this program at about March 1, 1951. John Savage, Milton Fenster (director of the show). 7:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104198. Around New York. December 7, 1951. WNYC, New York City. Lloyd Moss interviews Edward Quigley, Postmaster of Brooklyn. A commemorative stamp celebrating the "Battle of Brooklyn" has just been issued. Lloyd Moss, Edward Quigley. 4:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104197. Around New York. October 28, 1952. WNYC, New York City. John Savage interviews Leopold Stokowski about two concerts to be given at the Museum of Modern Art. The music will be by young American composers. Leopold Stokowski, John Savage. 7:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

104209. Around New York. December 1952. WNYC, New York City. John Savage interviews Victor D'Amico, director of the "Education Department" at the Museum Of Modern Art. The "Children's Holiday Carnival" will be limited to those ages 4 to 8. John Savage, Victor D'Amico. 7:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

105682. Around New York. January 7, 1964. WNYC, New York City. Tony Schwartz narrates his own recordings made in New York City's subway. Tony Schwartz. 6:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

104306. Around New York. October 7, 1966. WNYC, New York City. Robert Weinberg, a critic-at-large, comments about the future of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Robert Weinberg. 5:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of a longer program.

Report contains 14 programs.