Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network

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.


70468. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. June 29, 1959. CBS net. The first show of the series, which was part of the "Comedy Time" feature" on CBS. A short George Burns and Gracie Allen program preceded the program on "Comedy Time." Bob and Ray find their new studio...in the basement! Wally Ballew interviews a train car washer. An offer for the "Aging Bob and Ray Kit." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 9:57. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70413. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. June 30, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: A. T. & T.. A visit from Lawrence Perthwaite, manufacturer of the "musical typewriter." Mary McGoon's experience in summer stock. Charles: The Poet-Philosopher. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:38. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70414. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 1, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: A. T. & T.. Webley Webster signs on the show. Wally Ballew reports from Grand Central Terminal; interviewing a camp counselor. "Ace Willoughby: International Detective." Mary McGoon presents social notes. The system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:22. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

70479. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 2, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: A. T. & T.. "Sports-O-Phone," an interview with a stuntman: Howard Minafee. "The Bob and Ray Wonderland Of Knowledge." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:34. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70656. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 3, 1959. CBS net. "Captain Cavalry," "Testimonial Time": an interview with "two New York doctors," "The Weekend Farmer" with Dean Archer Armstead. Walley Ballew reports from The Bob and Ray traffic plane. Tom Sheehy (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects), Victor Cowan (director), Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:18. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70657. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 6, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. An interview with the carpenter who built the table for "Price The Guest." "The Home Affair Theatre" presents "Heartbreak Bridge." Wally Ballew reports from the 4th of July parade in New York City, along with Artie Schermerhorn (a funny report!). Tom Lowell answers questions about travel. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 15:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70480. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 7, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: A. T. & T.. Ward Stopper: Roving Theatre Critic, interviews with members of the audience...including Art Linkletter (not really), Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate (sponsored by chocolate cookies with the white stuff in between). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70481. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 8, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. "Do You Rate A Date." Wally Ballew reports from a New Britain Connecticut juke box factory. "Our Fella Thursday" (sponsored by Catcher's Mitt aroma). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:41. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70658. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 9, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Sustaining, Hunts Tomato sauce (local). The Bob and Ray Laugh Machine: "At Home With The Voting Murchisons." Biff Burns interviews a has-been sports figure. Webley Webster and his painter use a quick drying paint and get stuck to the floor! The program's guest is a tree imitator who does his version of a weeping willow. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 16:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70659. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 10, 1959. CBS net origintation, AFRTS rebroadcast. Wally Ballew reports from Pfeffernick Memorial Stadium, Green River, Wyoming. "Whirling Birds" (a satire on "Whirley Birds," a TV series), an interview with a pizza flipper in the audience. Victor Cowan (director), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects), Tom Sheehy (engineer), Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

70482. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 13, 1959. CBS net. The one millionth customer in the linoleum department at Rumsey's Department Store, "Charlie Chu, Famed Oriental Sleuth." "Faces In The News." Lost items in the studio. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:03. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70483. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 14, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A hidden microphone at the movie theatre candy counter. A visit from Pat Boone (not really). "Grand Motel." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:34. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70484. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 15, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Vacation jobs for youngsters, Webley Webster reviews "The American League Green Book." A bomb is de-activated on the show. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:22. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70485. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 16, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. The show begins with an audience "warm down." Ward Stuffer reviews a TV commercial. Wally Ballew reports from "The Deep Sea Doodle" (a very wide boat trying to sail through "The Narrows"). A visit to "Smelly Dave," a dead whale aboard the "Bob and Ray Whale Train." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:19. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

70486. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 17, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. A sports report from Montana with an interview with a sports figure "who's had it." Word Carr reports from Hollywood on the set of, "Anatomy Of A Jury." Wally Ballew reports from the "Folderol Country Club." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:09. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70487. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 20, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. Boxing champion "Ingeman Johnson" is interviewed. "Rescue Squadron." Arthur Shrank reports from Akron, with "Smelly Dave," the dead whale. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:10. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70488. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 21, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. The Bob and Ray Quartet performs, a visit from Barry Campbell, who plugs his new record, made at "Joe's Bar and Grill" in Bergen, New Jersey. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:05. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

70489. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 22, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. A visit to a road sign factory: "Sharp Cruve Ahead." "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate" (sponsored by chocolate cookies with the white stuff between them). A visit from Katherine Burris, a singer who thinks she's funny. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70490. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 23, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Wally Ballew interviews travelers at Idlewild airport. A visit from Flaming Bombadine, who is to be shot out of a garbage can (the studio is too small for a cannon). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70491. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 24, 1959. CBS net. Arthur Shrank reports from Peoria with "Smelly Dave," the Bob and Ray promotional dead whale. An interview with the producer of the TV hit, "Waikiki Gun." Wally Ballew reports from the other end of the studio. Scott Keyhoe reports from Texas, from a parked car about the heavy helicopter traffic overhead. A funny show! Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:07. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70492. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 27, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. The Bob and Ray Company Picnic is planned for this coming Friday. Webley Webster moderates a Bob and Ray discussion. Walley Ballew interviews a visitor to New York City. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:41. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70493. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 28, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A tribute to Moose Gap, Indiana. Wally Ballew reports from Pine Grove State Park about preparations for the Bob and Ray Company Picnic. A visit to the Bob and Ray Cafeteria. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:38. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70494. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 29, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. A doctor visits the Bob and Ray bird. A taped interview with an electronic inventor. Biff Burns interviews a lady fight manager. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:40. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70495. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 30, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. Arthur Shrank reports from Albany, New York with "Smelly Dave," the Bob and Ray dead whale...but the whale has been stolen! "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate" (sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff between them). Leslie Hoover: pet expert. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70496. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. July 31, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. The program "originates" from Pine Grove State Park, for the Bob and Ray Company Picnic. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:57. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70497. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 3, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. The Bob and Ray bird is feeling better...and is talking! "Smelly Dave," the dead whale, is still missing. Gumshoe Flaherty is hired to find him. John Hamilton Vostak, "The Millionaire Man" (a satire of "The Millionaire"). Clyde Lemona: old time radio announcer. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:13. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70498. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 4, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Comments from the Bob and Ray Hospitality Book. "Who wants to know?" Charles: The Poet/Philosopher (who bursts out laughing, as usual). Gumshoe Flaherty reports from Albany about the whereabouts of "Smelly Dave," the dead whale. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70499. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 5, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Gumshoe Flaherty reports that an international whale oil syndicate has snatched "Smelly Dave." "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate" (sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff between them). Wally Ballew reports from Idelwild airport, interviewing a businessman just back from trying to convince the French to eat tuna fish for Bastille Day! Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:23. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70500. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 6, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. The Army Amateur Program: a piano playing cat named Ned. "The Adventures Of Sherlock Sage." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70501. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 7, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A visit from Wally Ballew and his family, the "Slender Voice" wire recorder. A scene from "The Status Seekers" is dramatized by Webley Webster. Thurber Whitechapel tells a story by telephone...slowly. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:05. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70502. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 10, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. A call to Bob and Ray's answering service. "Grand Motel." Arthur Shrank reports from Cincinnati, trying to placate the manager of WKRC radio about the missing whale. Thurber Whitechapel continues the story...slowly. The system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:34. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

70503. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 11, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A special offer...nothing to buy. "The After Hours Television Show." Webley Webster urges college support. A visit to Forrest Princely (a satire on "Person To Person"). Thurber Whiteside continues his story...slowly. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:20. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70504. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 12, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Detective Gumshoe Flaherty reports about the missing dead whale, "Smelly Dave." Arthur Shrank reports from Cleveland and unveils the tuna fish that's replacing "Smelly Dave." "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate" (sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuf between them). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:38. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70505. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 13, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. Interviews with members of the audience...including a tap dancer. Detective Gumshoe Flaherty shows his I. D. sketch of "Smelly Dave," the missing dead whale. Raising alligators in your home. Wally Ballew reports from the Bob and Ray sewing contest at the New York Collesium. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70506. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 14, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A visit to "Mr. Science" for an experiment in gravity. "Smelly Dave" (the dead whale), has been spotted around the country. An I. D. drawing of "Smelly Dave" is offered to listeners. Victor Cowan (director), Tom Sheehy (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (engineer), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 7:59. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

70508. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 17, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. An introduction to the cast of, "The Traveling Bedloes" (the first three-minute situation comedy). Dean Archer Armstead, an agricultural expert, answers "fowl" questions. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70660. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 18, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. The Biff Burns Sports Room: an interview with Pop O'Brien. Senor Honduras (a tightrope walker) walks the "slack rope" in the studio. Gumshoe Flaherty reports on his investigation of the kidnaping of "Smelly Dave," the dead whale. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70661. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 19, 1959. CBS net, KNX,Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. A Father's Day song, Arthur Shrank reports from Denver with the tuna fish that's replacing "Smelly Dave," the dead whale. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff between them. Tom Lowell answers questions on the "World Of Travel." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70662. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 20, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. "The Employment Service Of The Air" tries to help Scarf Johnson, cropduster. Wally Ballew reports from the laboratory of Matthew E. Pulciver about his new invention: "The Fact Datatron." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 14:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70663. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 21, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. Lesley, the "Bob and Ray Barber" is giving Webley Webster a haircut. Vincent Price is interviewed from the audience (not really), Arthur Shrank reports from Hot Springs, Arkansas, with the tuna that's replacing "Smelly Dave," the dead whale. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70664. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 24, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Arthur Shrank reports from Duluth, with a new $100 bill. "The Great Bollinger" the mentalist (a satire of "Dunninger"). Dwight Widdlesly reports from London, Phil Phish reports from Anchorage, Brad Balloon reports from Honolulu, Lyle Faraday reports from Sidney. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70665. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 25, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. Gumshoe Flaherty and his assistant Kato, bring a whale photo for Bob and Ray to identify. Steve Bosco reports from Frobisher, North Dakota. He interviews Mr. Crombly, who wants a franchise in the Continental League. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70666. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 26, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Wally Ballew reports from "Elsie's Filling Station" on Park Avenue, New York City. An attempt is being made to break the record for sitting in a car atop a hydraulic lift. A "Good Neighbor Award" is given to a lady who helped a neighbor whose house was burning down. Word Carr in Hollywood interviews Barry Campbell on the set of, "If Pain Persists." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70667. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 27, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A second visit to Barry Campbell on the set of, "If Pain Persists." Charles: the poet-philosopher, breaks into hysterics as usual. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70668. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 28, 1959. CBS net, KOIN, Portland aircheck. Sustaining. A ransom call for "Smelly Dave," the dead whale is received. The demand is for one thousand gallons of chlorophyl! Arthur Shrank reports from Durham, North Carolina. The Webley Webster Players do a scene from, "For Two Cents Plain." The Locking Of The Bob and Ray Studio ceremonies. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70669. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. August 31, 1959. CBS net. The skinniest man in the audience: Merle Garland. Gumshoe Flaherty has been fired. His assistant Kato is now searching for the missing dead whale, "Smelly Dave." Arthur Shrank reports from St. Louis with yet another Bob and Ray promotion. "Grand Motel." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70670. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 1, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Wally Ballew reports from Bronxville, New York with a starling chaser. "The Bob and Ray Unrehearsed Courtroom Of The Air." Johnny Braddock and the "Sports-O-Phone." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70671. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 2, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Hector "Greasepit" Grogan reports from the Polo Grounds. "Ace Willoughby: International Detective." The Bob and Ray Show Biz Corner: an interview with a "sick" ventriloqust comic. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Tom Sheehy (engineer). 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70672. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 3, 1959. CBS net. Ward Stuffer reports from London, his taped report was flown across the Atlantic in a biplane. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff between them. Arthur Shrank reports from Houston with a 1928 Reo Flying Cloud. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:51. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70673. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 4, 1959. CBS net. Wally Ballew reports from Coney Island. An interview with a member of the audience...on stilts! Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effect), Victor Cowan (director), Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Tom Sheehy (engineer), Howard Samara. 10:17. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70674. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 7, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Webley Webster is fired! Kato has a clue as to the whereabouts of "Smelly Dave," the dead whale. Wally Ballew and Artie Schermerhorn report from The Aqua Jollies, in the Mammouth Lagoon, from Peanut Grove, Texas (a surreal broadcast!), a visit from Dean Archer Armstead. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:09. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70675. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 8, 1959. CBS net. Mary McGoon has purchased an inn in Maine...at Turhan Bay! Tex Blaisedale and The Smoky Mountain Boys perform...sort of. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 11:02. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

70676. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 9, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Arthur Shrank reports from Minneapolis. Biff Burns' Sports Room interviews James Needles Dunbar, an old time baseball player. A visit from a "movie wit." Has "Smelly dave" been found in Albany? Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:43. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70677. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 10, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. "Smelly Dave," the dead whale, has been found in Albany! Joltin' Joe Casey and Mary McGoon pay a visit. Mary discusses her play for the inn at Turhan Bay, Maine. Tex and The Smoky Valley Boys perform...sort of. Edgar Pestly reports from West Germany, Webly Webster has chartered a boat. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Tom Sheehy (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects). 14:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70678. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 11, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonograph. Kirby Ayers ("The CBS Wandering Accordionist") wanders in. Wally Ballew reports from a car factory on the isle of Guernsey. "Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuf between them. Tom Sheehy (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Victor Cowan (director), Ory Martin (?), Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70679. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 14, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A visit from Slim Slade, an old-time western marshal. "One Feller's Family: Going Like Sixty." "Faces In The News." Arthur Shrank reports from Nashville, with "Smelly Dave," the dead whale. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70680. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 15, 1959. CBS net. The Bob and Ray Telescope, Leonard Burnside explains "Crooning: Its Origins and Place In The Modern World" (a satire on Leonard Bernstein's broadcasts). Mr. Harmon plans to open his own science/technical high school. Mary McGoon talks about her new inn at Turhan Bey, Maine. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 11:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70681. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 16, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A member of the audience looks through the Bob and Ray Telescope and describe what he sees. Bob and Ray offer a deal on brass door chimes. "This Place For Heroes." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70702. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 17, 1959. CBS net. "Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Officer Candidte," sponsored by cholcolate cookies with white stuff in between them. Nattalie Attired talks the song of the College Of New Rochelle. "The Locking The Studio Doors" ceremonies. This is obviously a Friday show (September 17, 1959 was a Thursday), but on a later show, Bob and Ray admit that they have declared Fridays early upon occasion...or the date may be incorrect. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 10:07. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

70703. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 18, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets, Columbia Phonographs. The program opening is upcut. "Your Army Amateur Hour." One contestant places his head in an empty artillery shell and imitates a tunel trafic policeman. An admiral plays, "Smiles" on a weather balloon. Mary McGoon talks about the menu at her new inn, located at Turhan Bey, Maine. Wally Ballew reports from Long Island Sound "watching a boat die." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

70777. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 21, 1959. CBS net. The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club, Claude and clyde report. Introducing "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." Wallace is fired and sings a last goodbye. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 10:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70778. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 22, 1959. CBS net. Wallace has been rehired and is with Arthur Shrank and "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train" in San Diego. "One Feller's Family": "By The Sea Wall." Wally Ballew reports from the Club Tumblewood in Las Vegas. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:07. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70779. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 23, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. "Ford Frick" is interviewed in the audience: who should Nikita Khruschev talk with in the United States. "Public Lawyer." Wally Ballew reports from "The Mary McGoon Inn", Turhan Bey, Maine. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:19. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70699. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 24, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. The Biff Burns Sportsroom: a locker room celebration. "Grand Motel." Arthur Shrank reports from "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train" in Phoenix. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70746. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 25, 1959. CBS net. "Project Farsight," "The Green Pickerel" (a satire of "The Scarlet Pimpernel"). Tom Sheehy (engineer), Victor Cowan (director), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects), Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 10:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70747. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 28, 1959. CBS net. The search for a school song for Natalie Attired to "say" continues. Arthur Shrank reports from "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train" in Yakima, Washington. An offer for "Bob and Ray Squirting Carnations." Auto racer Dust McClusky visits. Artie Schermerhorn visits the "Flyaway School Of Airline Hostesses." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

70782. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 29, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets. A visit from the mayor of Moose Gap, Indiana. Wally Ballew reports about the new oyster season from Oyster Bay, New York...from a bathysphere! Man-in-the-street comments. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mona Freeman (commercial spokeswoman). 14:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70783. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. September 30, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. "Mister District Defender." Wally Ballew reports from the smoking ruins of Mary McGoon's Inn at Turhan Bey, Maine. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70784. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 1, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets. "The Bob and Ray Automatic Cannon" has been installed and is tested by Webley Webster. Tom Lowell's "World Of Travel." "Jack Headstrong, All-American American." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70787. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 2, 1959. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Natalie Attired "says" "The Fight Song Of Dartmouth." Bob and Ray's Sneak Previews. Arthur Shrank reports from "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train" in Dallas. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70788. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 5, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. Webley Webster's suspension from the program has ended, he plays, "Jealousy" on the studio organ. "One Feller's Family: Prowlers Upstairs." An interview with a man planning to ice skate to Russia. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70789. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 6, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. The professions of the studio audience. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer's Candidate," sponsored by chocoloate cookies with white stuff in between them. Arthur Shrank reports from Saginaw, Michigan with "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71093. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 7, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia phonographs. Webley Webster plays, "Jealousy" on the studio organ...almost! A dramatization from, "A Treasury Of Great American Speeches." "Old West Dramatizations," a conversation between "The Masked Lawman" and his Indian sidekick "Hondo." "Mr. I Know Where They Are." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71094. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 8, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. Barry Campbell visits after last night's opening night at yet another flop (it's his twelfth in a row). "The Big Conga," "Campaign Microphone." Will Governor Bergerquist run for president? Arthur Shrank reports from Memphis with "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mona Freeman (commercial spokesman), Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 14:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71095. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 9, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Natalie Attired "says" the songs of Ohio State. "Wrap-Up Time" presents "The Case Of The Stolen van der Meer Painting." An interview with a lady hobo. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (engineer), Victor Cowan, Tom Sheehy (engineer). 13:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

71090. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 12, 1959. CBS net. Commercials deleted. A visit from Dr. Fellern Hawthorne, who makes predictions of the future. "Guess What The Name Of This Tune Is." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

71148. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 13, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia phonographs, Swiss Watchmakers (Swiss vacation contest). A visit from Tim Barcraft who makes party favors, after spending $75 answering a magazine ad. Salvatore Bagatelli displays his models of Columbus' ships. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71149. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 14, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Swiss Watchmakers (Swiss vacation contest), Four Way Cold Tablets. "Chat With The Champions": the man who completed the longest letter ever written. Part one of, "The Bob and Ray Two Part Drama." Wally Ballou reports from a large metropolitan newspaper. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71150. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 15, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Swiss Watchmakers (Swiss vacation contest). Webley Webster plays "Jealousy" on the studio console...almost. "Up In The Morning With Winch," a clever satire of Walter Winchell. The results of the "Win A German Shepherd Contest" are announced. Arthur Shrank reports from Columbus, Ohio with "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71151. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 16, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Swiss Watchmakers (Swiss vacation contest), Fitch Shampoo. A visit form George "Tiny" Fields, a professional giant. Natalie Attired "says" the song of McAllister College, Minnesota and the song of M. I. T. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71152. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 19, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Swiss Watchmakers (contest), 4 Way Cold Tablets. "Sports Time." Biff Burns reports "The Weekly Fights." A visit from John W. Wilcox, a actor on soap operas. An expose of long business lunches. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mona Freeman (commercial spokesman). 14:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71153. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 20, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Swiss Watchmakers (Swiss vacation contest). Messages for Bob and Ray. Bob and Ray offer sets of barbells: "Muscles By Mail." Clifford Fleming, a weather forecaster atop Mount Washington. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71154. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 21, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Swiss Watchmakers (contest), 4-Way Cold Tablets. Fitch Shampoo. Arthur Shrank reports from Texarkana, Texas with "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." "Nick Kinny's Birthday Time." "Interviews In Depth": an interview with E. J. Whaley, the famous industrialist. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mona Freeman (commercial spokesman). 14:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71155. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 22, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Swiss Watchmakers (Swiss vacation contest). The Bob and Ray Orchestra rehearses the new Bob and Ray theme. Bob and Ray characters are revealed as ficticious! "Grand Motel." An interview with a manufacturer of gargoyles. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects). 14:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71156. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 23, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Swiss Watchmakers (contest), 4-Way Cold Tablets. Fitch Shampoo. Natalie Attired "says" the song of Providence College. "One Feller's Family": "Putting Up The Storm Windows." "The Sports Room": Biff Burns interviews Coach Smollen of I. C. U. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mona Freeman (commercial spokesman). 14:04. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71157. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 26, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. Wally Ballou, in Herkimer, New York interviews Professor Groggins, who plans to orbit the moon. Warde Stuffer reviews a TV weather sow. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71158. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 27, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. An invisible shield is constructed in the studio. Arthur Shrank reports from Portland, Oregon, with "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." Wally Ballou visits a mapmaker, who is not a stickler for details. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:19. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

71159. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 28, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. Mary McGoon introduces a new game called, "Have A Fun." "Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. An "interbureau co-ordinator" is interviewed. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:18. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71160. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 29, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Questions from the audience. The Webley Webster players dramatzie a scene from the book, "Eighteen Holes In My Head." Dean Archer Armstead and his guest discuss compost heaps. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71161. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. October 30, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. Wally Ballou reports from downtown Manhattan, interviewing a gentleman driving a pumpkin coach. Natalie Attired "says" the songs of Northwestern and Syracuse Universities. The program ends with the "locking the studio doors" ceremony. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71162. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 2, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets. The audience writes a song. Bones Bronson: football reporter. Dr. Ralph Graham describes his visit by a craft from another planet. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71163. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 3, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. Wally Ballou has an idea for a new show, "Have Mike, Will Travel." Dr. Graham continues his description of his visitor from another planet. "After Hours," with Hack Paark. "The Bob and Ray Lucky Phone Call." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71164. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 4, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets. "The Bob and Ray Good Neighbor Award." "The Spoken Phrase." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71165. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 5, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. An interview with a collector of sea shells. Celebrity Spotlight: an actor from "The Second Mrs. Burton." "Charles The Poet" tries to read a poem and breaks out laughing...as usual. Should "Cops and Robbers" be included in the Olympic Games? Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71166. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 6, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Bob and Ray impersonations. A visit with traffic commissioner Harlan Dunning. Natalie Attired "says" the songs of Marquette and a high school in Dubuque. Wally Ballou reports from a canoe factory in Sault Saint Marie. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71167. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 9, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. Bob has be re-assigned to Guam. A visit from a two hundred and forty five pound man who was turned down for the job of astronaut. Deputy Jake welcomes speeders to Praline, Georgia. Claude and Clyde report from "The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club." The "Lowell Thomas" sandwich is introduced. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71168. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 10, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. A visit from Webley Webster and Kirby Ayres, the CBS Wandering Acordionist. Dr. Stoll of the watch and clock hospital. "Clock Hospital," a soap opera (the patient's name is "Seth Thomas"). "Beg Your Pardon." Celibrity Snapshot: Mr. Murphy and his talking dog. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:56. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71169. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 11, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. Arthur Shrank reports from Chatanooga, Tennessee with "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." Celebrity Snapshot: Rose Vapid. Wally Ballou reports from the opera house. A visit from agricultural expert, Dean Archer Armstead. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71170. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 12, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. Child guidance expert, Dr. Harlow Zickening, answers questions from parents. "One Feller's Family": "The Neighbor's Dog." A visit from Charles L. "Fat" Chance. He's planning an expedition to Great Neck, New York. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71171. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 13, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. The results of Friday, 13th. Natalie Attired "says" "The Pratt Institute Alma Mater Song." Wally Ballou reports from the Attica Fair, Ohio. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 14:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71172. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 16, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets. A visit from Professor Follinger, a mass hypnotist (funny!). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71173. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 17, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. The cast get Bob and Ray haircuts. Arthur Shrank reports from Eureka, California with "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." He interviews a tree imitator. Webley Webster plays, "Jealousy" on the studio organ...or tries to. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:54. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71174. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 18, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Engineer Tom Sheehy is leaving the show and is interviewed (by proxy). Wally Ballou reports from Hollywood on the set of "The Big Punch." He interviews the star of the film, Slate Roof. A planned reproduction of Paris: in Rome, New York. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Tom Sheehy (engineer). 14:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71175. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 19, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. Wally Ballou, reports from the vicinity of New York. He interviews the man who has designed the trademark for the New York World's Fair. Celebrity Spotlight: Les Pomfret, a manufacturer of pith helmets (he's the official hatter to Lowell Thomas). Arthur Shrank reports from Lansing Michigan, with "The Bob and Ray Trophy Train." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71176. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 20, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Claude and Clyde report from The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club. The "Cesare Sieppi" sandwich is introduced. An interview with Nelson Plummershat, a truffle picker. Natalie Attired "says" the song of the University of Kansas. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71177. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 23, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. Wally Ballou reports from a Massachusetts Turkey farm. "One Feller's Family": "Homecoming Hopes." An interview with a little girl. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71178. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 24, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. "Shrunken World": a discussion of "Conservation Of The World's Resources." "Biff Burns Sports Room." Biff interviews hockey player, "Dirty Pierre." "The Bob and Ray Swap Shop." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71179. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 25, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with the white stuff in between them. A visit from Wallace and Bascombe Bellaire (the character actor who portrays the part of "Ray"). A one minute talk about "oysters." The locking of the studio doors ceremony. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71180. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 26, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. A Thanksgiving Day program. Bob and Ray play a rock and roll record by "The Pinochles." Wally Ballou interviews Profossor Groggin from Herkimer, New York. He attempts to rach the moon by balloon. "One Feller's Family": "Everyone's Home For Thanksgiving." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71181. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 27, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. "The Pinochles" sing more rock and roll. Wally Ballou reports from the house of Bascombe Bellaire, Wantaugh, New York. His home-made twenty year old Scotch is just ready to sell. Natalie Attired "says" "Together, Wherever We Go." Steve Bosco reports from the Annapolis, Maryland jail. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Cabibbo (engineer), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Ciro Torchia (engineer), Bert Cowlan. 14:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

83651. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 30, 1959. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. See cat. #71182 for a network, sponsored version of this broadcast. "The Pinochles" sing rock and roll. Arthur Shrank telephones from Tokyo. Four children are interviewed (they are described as the children Art Linkletter refused to talk to). Dean Archer Armstead describes planting bulbs and mulch. Celebrity Spotlight: An interview with Hester Mooseman, who lives next door to, "The Couple Next Door." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71182. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. November 30, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. "The Pincohcles" sing rock and roll. Arthur Shrank telephones from Tokyo. Four children are interviewed (they are described as the children Art Linkletter refused to talk to). Dean Archer Armstead discusses planting bulbs and mulch. Celebrity Spotlight: An interview with Hester Mooseman, who lives next door to "The Couple Next Door." This is a network, sponsored version of cat. #83651. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

83652. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 1, 1959. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Wally Ballou reports from the Invisible Glass Screen Company, Hoboken, New Jersey. Prentice Wilson visits, he's only eleven inches tall (and is considered a "small businessman"). See cat. #71183 for a network version of this broadcast. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71183. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 1, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. Wally Ballou reports from the Invisible Glass Screen Company, Hoboken, New Jersey. Prentice Wilson visits, he's only eleven inches tall (and is considered a "small businessman"). This is a network version of cat. #83652. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:42. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

83653. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 2, 1959. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Wally Ballou reports from a toy factory, there's a new "disarmament kit." "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate:" sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. See cat. #71786 for a network, sponsored version of this broadcast. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 11:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71186. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 2, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampp. Wally Ballou reports from a toy factory, there's a new "disarmament kit." "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. This is a network, sponsored version of cat. #83653. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

83654. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 3, 1959. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. A problem with the Bob and Ray calendar has been detected. The audience tells about their best and worst Christmas gifts. "One Fella's Family: A Smell Of Malt." See cat. #71187 for a network, sponsored version of this broadcast. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71187. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 3, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. A problem with the Bob and Ray calendar has been detected. The audience tells about their best and worst Christmas gifts. "One Feller's Family": "A Smell Of Malt." This is a network, sponsored version of cat. #83654. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:12. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

83655. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 4, 1959. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "The Pinochle's" sing rock and roll. Webley Webster plays, "Jealousy" on the studio organ...almost. Al "Bow Wow" Perthwaite and his dog act perform (unsuccessfully). See cat. #71184 for a network version of this broadcast. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71184. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 4, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. "The Pinochles" sing rock and roll. Webley Webster plays "Jealousy" on the studio organ...almost. Al "Bow Wow" Perthwaite and his dog act perform (unsuccessfully). This is a network version of cat. #83655. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:52. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

71185. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 7, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. Wally Ballou expresses his gratitude to Bob and Ray. Celebrity Spotlight: J. K. Sanford, "freelance news commentator" (he sounds just like Gabriel Heatter). "The Army Amateur Hour": a Marine does a Scottish Sword Dance, a WAC imitates a radio alarm clock. A Bob and Ray Lucky Phone Call to Hawaii. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:16. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71188. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 8, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs. The program originates from California (?). Webley Webster plays, "Jealousy" on the pipe organ (or tries to). Tips for travel to Russia. Wally Ballou reports from a Pennsylvania factory that makes pull cords for butlers. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71189. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 9, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with the white stuff in between them. A Los Angeles sports show from Belcher Stadium: a grass mowing event. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71190. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 10, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Columbia Phonographs, Yardley Gift Sets. A lady in a cake. A visit from Barry Campbell, who tells about his new musical, "The Al Capone Story." The play features the song, "Button Up Your Cement Overcoat." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71191. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 11, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Yardley Gift Sets. A visit from Kirby Ayres, the CBS wandering accordionist. Wally ballou reports from Sweetwater, Vermont, with a story about their preparations for Christmas. "Eddie" stands in for Natalie Attired and "says" "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town." "Celebrity Chasers." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70792. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 14, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Yardley Gift Sets. Bob and Ray discuss their Christmas gift list. The businessman of the week is interviewed. Dean Archer Archibald: agricultural expert. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:26. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70793. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 15, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Yardley Gift Sets. New sound effects for the show. "One Feller's Family: Missing Christmas Ornaments." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:23. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70794. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 16, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Yardley Gift Sets, Four Way Cold Tablets. A "relaxation lady." Wally Ballew reports from in front of the CBS building. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:11. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70797. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 17, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. Wally Ballew reports from San Francisco, interviewing a fisherman (a clever routine). "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer's Candidtae," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. A weather report from atop Mount Washington. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70798. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 18, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Yardley Gift Sets, Four Way Cold Tablets. Webley Webster has a not-too-funny "Knock, Knock" joke. "The Thought Of The Month Club." "The Bob and Ray Traffic Ticket Court." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects), Ciro Torchia (engineer). 14:39. Audio condition: Fair to good. Complete.

70799. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 21, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Yardley Gift Sets. Eavesdropping at a Christmas party. "One Feller's Family: Wrapping The Presents." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:25. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

70804. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 22, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Yardley Gift Sets. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer's Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Ciro Torchia (engineer). 14:26. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70805. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 24, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Sustaining, White Owl Cigars (local). Trimming the Bob and Ray Christmas tree, lighting the tree and giving out the gifts. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 15:47. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70806. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 25, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. A Christmas episode of "One Feller's Family," "Merry Christmas, One and All." Many of the Bob and Ray characters appear to celebrate. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:24. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70809. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 28, 1959. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. The "Open Mike" topic is, "The Decline Of Rock and Roll Music" (a satire of H. V. Kaltenborn and Gabriel Heatter). The Webley Webster Players dramatize a scene (from Shakespeare?) "It Might Happen To Be Yourself." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70810. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 29, 1959. CBS net. "The Adventures Of Charlie Chu." The famed oriental detective tries to solve, "The Case Of The Mysterious Entry." Wally Ballew reports from the Bob and Ray mobile unit. New Year's plans for the listeners to Bob and Ray. The system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:48. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

70811. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 30, 1959. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold tablets, Fitch Shampoo. "The Place For Heroes." Shopkeeper Lloyd Medlinger is convinced to testify against Choker Gerard. Webley Webster is going to take skiing lessons. Cartoonist Warren Dennis visits and tells listeners about "Dopey and Dennis." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70814. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. December 31, 1959. CBS net. Sustaining. Artie Schermerhorn reports from an experimental ad-lib theatre in New York. Senor Honduras visits in "The Celebrity Spotlight." "Wagons Rolls On." Wally Ballew reports from the Blue Moose Cafe in New Jersey. Not much of a crowd has turned out. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:31. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70815. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 1, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Bob and Ray are feeling cranky, and Webley Webster's bagpipers aren't of much help. "Sports-O-Phone," with Johnny Braddock. Ludwig and Lionel: Japanese acrobats. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70816. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 4, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. "The Bob and Ray Beg Your Pardon Show" presents, "The Marked Cards." An interview with Barry Moore (not Garry Moore). A visit to "Mr. Science," who shows Jimmy how to crease a fedora. Charles ("The friendly poet-philosopher") tries to read a poem...and bursts out laughing as usual. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:21. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

70819. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 5, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. Webley Webster is playing the violin...a Guanerius! He performs, "The Bee!" Wally Ballew has just returned from Pakistan. How seats are made available in a lunch room: as told by a profressional seat emptier. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer's Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70820. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 6, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. Webley Webster is going on the stage. Comments about the show by members of the Bob and Ray studio audience. An interview with Jesse Few, a toy detonation expert. Natalie Attired "says" the song, "Marina." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects). 14:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70821. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 7, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. The Bob and Ray Honor City is Guerney's Point, Oregon ("The dirtiest town in the U. S. A."). An unsung police hero: Sergeant Floyd Reeves, an undercover detective. Flaming Bombardine describes and performs his unique act. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:34. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70824. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 8, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. Bob and Ray offer listeners a forty volume "The Encyclopedea Of Wonder," published in 1899. A preview of this Sunday's broadcast of, "Suspense." "The Bob and Ray Employment Service Of The Air." Webley Webster tries to play, "Jealousy" on the organ. The program ends the week with the "Locking The Doors Ceremony" as Bob and Ray close up the CBS network for the weekend. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:37. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70825. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 11, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. "Let's Take A Tour" visits a silk shirt factory, and interview with Crash Comstock, Private Eye (doesn't work very well...a funny routine!). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mona Freeman (commercial spokesman). 14:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70826. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 12, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. Celebrity Cases: Charlton Heston. A bank teller shows her check for $65,000,000.12. A visit from Dean Archer Armstead, agricultural expert, who is just back from a hay and feed seminar. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:47. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70829. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 13, 1960. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. "I Know Where They Are." "Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Officer's Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:55. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70830. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 14, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. Biff Burns broadcasts a game of "Fen" from Fargo, North Dakota. "The Perils Of Paul." Advice to a lady in Vermont who won a shark in a Bob and Ray contest (funny!). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:40. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70831. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 15, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. "Cyd Charisse" is in the audience. A funny promo for "Johnny Dollar." "One Shot," a unique audience participation show. Mona Freeman (commercial spokesman), Victor Cowan (director), Bob Elliott, Ciro Torchia (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects), Ray Goulding, Kirby Ayres (assistant), Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 14:45. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

70915. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 18, 1960. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. Wally Ballew reports from a party favor company. "Celebrity Snapshot" presents actor Chester Mandible. "Guess My Secret." Webley Webster objects to his lead-on music. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:05. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70916. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 19, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. Joe Cabibbo is mentioned as the founder of the network. "Your Army Amateur Hour" presents a corporal who sings the news. An M. P. propels a model warship by whistling "Anchor's Aweigh." An announcement is made that Phil Rizzuto will present the U. S. Russian Roulette team on his show (the number of team members varies). The winner of "The Bob and Ray Good Neighbor Award" is introduced. Nickie Oceanic of "The Oceanic Dance Studios" tells about Frank Sinatra's last TV show. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:02. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70917. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 20, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. "Johnny Crescendo," an adventure similar to "Pat Novak" is presented. Johnny is hired to find two hubcaps and a hood ornament. Natalie Attired "says" the song, "Seven Little Girls, Sitting In The Back Seat." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:54. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70910. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 21, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. Claude and Clyde report from "The Gourmet Club." The "Senor Wences Sandwich" is being featured. "Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Office Candidate," sponsored by chocoloate cookies with white stuff in between them." Tex Blaisdale does his rope act, including "The Cleveland Curleycue" and "The Reno Rondalay." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:00. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70911. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 22, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. "The Bob and Ray Report" reveals the shame of "pocket fuzz." Artie Schermerhorn interviews the man in the street. Webley Webster again object to his lead-in music. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:01. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

70912. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 25, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. Kirby Ayres, the CBS strolling accordionist, interrupts the program. Wally Ballew reports from Idlewild airport and interiews a professional smuggler. "One Feller's Family": an episode titled, "Foggy Day At The Sea Wall." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70920. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 26, 1960. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sustaining. Pierre Duprez visits to tell of his plans to roll a log across the Atlantic Ocean. Thelma Caribou, a typist with CBS News, also appears. The McBeeBee Twins Family Singers perform, "The Tennessee Waltz." A career radio heckler is interviewed. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:18. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70921. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 27, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Wally Ballew reports from Secaucus, New Jersy. He interviews a chemist at an aroma factory. Celebrity Snapshot: "The Great Smith," a famous magician. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

83656. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 28, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Webley Webster is in charge of a chorus line on the show. Clifford Fleming reports the weather from the Bob and Ray Weather Station on Mount Washington. A tentative line-up of the guests on the coming Mitch Miller show. Phil Phish reports from London. Emory Tisdale reports from Brisbane. Mary McGoon has a new game: "Scrabopoly." A funny show. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83657. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. January 29, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "The Bob and Ray Girls" dance onto the program. Dean Archer Armstead, agricultural expert appears with Robin I. Pickett to discuss a new kind of fast-growing squash. A flying saucer lands on the "Gunsmoke" program! "Mr. Trace, Keener Than Most Persons" tries to solves, "The Case Of The Broken Violin String." A funny show. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83658. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 1, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. A letter from Detroit for Webley Webster. Another episode of, "One Fella's Family." Clause and Clyde report from, "The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club." The AFRTS system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83659. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 2, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Underwater Service." Questions from the audience. Mickey Dickens, sports champion (he's a roulette croupier). Natalie Attired says the words of, "Smooth Operator." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83660. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 3, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Bob and Ray offer people to use to start a new city. It's with the use of the Bob and Ray Portable, Collapsable, Pickett Fence." "The Concerto Of Life: The Story of Ricky Bardell, Sardine Cannery Employee." A restaurant scene, captured on a wrist tape recorder. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83661. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 4, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Wally Ballou did not cover Ground Hog Day this year. "The Bob and Ray Bevy Of Beauties" were a disappointment. "Bold Journeyman," Sid Nelson describes his amazing trip to Forest Hills, Queens. Wally Ballou, with a courthouse interview. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Victor Cowan (director), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (engineer), Kirby Ayers, Ciro Torchia (engineer). 13:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70922. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 5, 1960. CBS net, AFRTS rebroadcast. A "Bob and Ray Poem." The show has received an award by TV-Radio Daily as "Best Comedy Show" of the year. Spencer Markel interviews the scientist behind, "Operation Split Trip." "The Green Pickerel" (a satire of "The Scarlet Pimpernel"). Webley Webster complains again about his lead-in music. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:38. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

70925. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 8, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Four way Cold Tablets. "Ladies, Grab Your Seats" (from a Bob and Ray phonograph record). An interview with Jackie Tepperman, a tenderfoot Boy Scout who joined the scouts in 1910. Wally Ballew reports from New Hampshire, describing the "February 8th Parade." Arnold Schiffer; free-lance slogan writer. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70926. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 9, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. Artie Schermerhorn reports from City Hall, interviewing the "Mayor For A Day." "One Feller's Family": "The Washer Doesn't Wash..." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:18. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70927. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 10, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Wally Ballew reports from Brisbaine Australia at the annual Kangaroo Show. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70950. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 11, 1960. CBS, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. "Armed Forces Humor." Natalie Attired "says" the words to, "I Want To Be Loved." Victor Cowan (director), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:04. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70951. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 12, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Clyde and Claude report from "The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club," unveiling the "John Beresford Tipton Sandwich." Wally Ballew reports from Squaw Valley, California. He interviews the owner of "The Slalom Inn." "One Minute Please." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 13:50. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

70952. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 15, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo. "Hard To Believe Objects," a carrot that looks like a cat's face! Celebrity Scrapbook: the assistant director of "Whispering Streets" is interviewed (he only whispers)! Biff Burns Sports Room: Biff interviews pitcher Randy McGee. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:08. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

70955. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 16, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. An visit with Lyle Kent Birdley, old time radio announcer. Mr. Plummer, a handwriting expert, is interviewed, "One Feller's Family: "Leaky Roof." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:03. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

70956. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 17, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets, Pepsi Cola. Wally Bellew reports from Allentown, pennsylvania. He interviews a lady blacksmith. Webley Webster's rendition of "Jealousy" on the studio organ is interrupted for a Pepsi Cola commercial! Mr. Science Science is visited by young Jimmy Schwab, who learns how to send a secret message in lemon juice. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mel Torme (commercial spokesman). 14:07. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70957. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 18, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. The McBeeBee Twins visit and sing, "The Tennessee Waltz." Ward Stuffer discusses his new book, "Barracks and Brickbats" ("The War Memoirs Of A Private"). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:22. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70945. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 19, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Fitch Shampoo, Pepsi Cola. Natalie Attired "says" the words to, "I Reember It Well." The Nuttings almost perform on the program. Webley Webster threatens to resign...and does so! Bob Elliott, Victor Cowan (director), Ray Goulding, Ciro Torchia (engineer), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (engineer). 14:19. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70946. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 22, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. "The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club," the children of the staff perform. "Grand Motel." A visit from O. Leo Lehey, old time radio performer. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70947. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 23, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. Anna Mary Sturdley ("The Animal Lady") pays a visit. "Little Known Things." "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. A visit from O. Leo Lehey. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:17. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

70940. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 24, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo. Kent Lyle Birdley calls from Honolulu. The winner of the "Good Neighbor Award" for January is introduced. Wally Ballew reports from Squaw Valley, California. He interviews a ski jumper. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Stu Erwin (commercial spokesman). 14:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

83662. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 25, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The president of the CBS network (Arthur Hayes) is mistaken for a heating engineer in the studio. Webley Webster apologizes. A funny interview with "a member of the audience." Wally Ballou is back from the antique show. A phone call from Kent Lyle Birdley, old time radio announcer. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83639. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 26, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. A Bob Elliott substitute: Victor Bruce Cowan. An interview with Charles Dickens. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70941. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. February 29, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Fritos. "Charles The Poet" tries to read one of his works...unsuccessfully as usual. The program ends with the "locking the door" ceremony. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70942. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 1, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. "Follinger, The Mentalist," "Mr. Trace, Keener Than Most Persons" solves "The Case Of The Hiccupping Tragedian." An interview with a lady who collects the cigarette butts of celebrities. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70935. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 2, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Four Way Cold Tablets. Webley Webster still wants to perform "Jealousy" on the studio organ. "One Feller's Family: Jack's Friends." Celebrity Spotlight: an interview with the man who's a standby guest for "Face The Nation." From Cape Canaveral, Wally Ballew interviews "Professor X." Mona Freeman (commercial spokesman), Victor Cowan (director), Ray Goulding, Bob Elliott. 14:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70936. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 3, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola, Super Sixty Hearing Glasses. Kirby Ayres (the CBS strolling accordionist), wanders through the studio. From Hollywood, Word Carr reports from the set of "The Monster That Stepped On Cincinnati." Yet another call is received from Kent Lyle Birdley. Victor Cowan (director), Ciro Torchia (engineer), Burgess Meredith (commercial spokesman), Bob Elliott, Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects), Ray Goulding. 14:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

83640. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 4, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The Bob and Ray mailing list. A coming-out party for Webley Webster. Pearl's mother will attend ("Mother-of-Pearl"). August T. May, author of children's books, is interviewed. The good neighbor of the month. The AFRTS system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 10:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83641. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 7, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. How to relax. Webley Webster's big party, who will broadcast it? A phone call from Kent Lyle Birdley...collect. A trip into outer space, using a hand pump. A question from the audience...have you quit taking payola? Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70937. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 8, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. Another call is received from Kent Lyle Birdley. The Bob and Ray World News. Phil Fish reports from Rome. Brad Balloon reports from Lisbon, a total disaster. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Office Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

83642. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 9, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. An episode of, "One Fella's Family." Wally Ballou reports from the Suffern, New York Succotash plant. An impersonator of occupations. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83643. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 10, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. A guest stand-up comedian: Ronnie Harper. What will Wally Ballou sound like in 1999? Dean Archer Armstead: Agriculture expert. An international lucky phone call to Canada turns out to reach Kent Lyle Birdley. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83644. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 11, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The Bob and Ray mailing list. A visit from Kent Lyle Birdley, an old time radio announcer. Wally Ballou reports from Flower Show at the New York Colliseum. He interviews Dean Archer Armstead, agricultural expert. Bob and Ray interview the designer of stamps. The AFRTS system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 10:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83645. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 14, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. A word from Joe's Ice Cream Shop, Mike's Tire Shop, Leo's Tie Shop...all across the street from the city dump. Webley Webster is planning his coming-out party. Claude and Clyde report from the Bob and Ray Gourmet Club. Another episode of, "Grand Motel." The AFRTS system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83646. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 15, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Webley Webster wants a stand-in too. A visit from Kent Lyle Birdley, old time announcer, interviews at Idelwild airpoirt. A visit from Mary McGoon and Steve Bosco. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Cabibbo (engineer). 13:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83647. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 16, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. How to play the game of, "Fen." A visitor from Baluchistan enters the Bob and Ray spelling bee. A visit from Kent Lyle Birdley, old time radio announcer. Webley Webster is changing the date of his coming-out party. The AFRTS system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83648. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 18, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. An angry-sounding announcer. A visit from Kent Lyle Birdley, old time radio announcer. Another episode of, "One Fella's Family." Bob chats with people in the audience. The AFRTS system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 11:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83649. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 21, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Pierre Chateaubriand rehearses the Bob and Ray Orchestra. An unwelcome visit from Kent Lyle Birdley, old time radio announcer. August T. Maye, of Nutley, New Jersy, visit. He is a writer of books for the little children. Clifford Fleming, weather forecaster. The AFRTS system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 11:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83650. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 22, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Kent Lyle Birdley, old time radio announcer, introduces the Bob and Ray Show. Thurber Whitechapel tells adventures stories from Chicago. A visit from Professor Philo Caruthers, a free-lance college president. Claude and Clyde McBeeBee and their family singers. Bob interviews a member of the audience about his pet peeve (his favorite pet). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 15:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46427. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 23, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Four way Cold Tablets, Fitch Shampoo, Fritos. A visit from Kent Lyle Birdley, (the old time radio announcer), Webley Webster and Tex Blaisdale and The Smoky Mountain Boys. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocoloate cookies with white stuff in between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Mona Freeman (commercial spokeswoman). 14:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70930. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 24, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. The Biff Burns Sports Room: an interview with Nappy Cordell of The Fort Wayne Bulls. Celebrity Spotlight: Dr. Hans Hochner: a radio astronomer. "One Feller's Family: Poems In The Night." The "Audience Question Of The Day" is, "What changes have taken place in your neighborhood during the past twenty years?" Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70931. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 25, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Fritos. The answers to listener's questions (the questions themselves are not read!). The closing door ceremony. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:17. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

84544. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 28, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Kyle Birdley, an offer for "Chrono-Rex" wrist watches, Raymond Roscoe (a slow census-taker), "Grand Hotel," Webley Webster plans for his coming-out party, a call from Thurber Whitechapel ("The Telephone Storyteller"). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70932. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 29, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. "Tom Lowell's World Of Travel." Is Sweden cold? and other travel questions are answered. "Sports-O-Phone" with Johny Braddock. A transcribed message from The McBeeBee Twins. Wally Ballew reports on the coming of Spring from a farm in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Ciro Torchia (engineer). 14:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71001. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 30, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. Clifford Fleming with the weather report. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff between them. Don Coyote reports from Washington. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71002. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. March 31, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. Niles Barlow discusses his new TV commercial, he will portray a refrigerator. Another visit from Dr. Hans Hochter, a radio astronomer. Wally Ballew reports from Manhattan, with a man-in-the-street interview. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71003. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 1, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. Wally Ballew reports from the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Anderson Hotel at the Webley Webster coming-out party. The programs uses the voices of famous people, taken from other programs or open-ended interviews. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:14. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84545. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 4, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Lyle Birdley, Hector F. Fentoff has big plans, Willis Bascombe says, "Take Care and Get There," "One Feller's Family," Webleh Webster's party is over. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71004. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 5, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: The Saturday Evening Post. "The Bob and Ray Non-Conformist's Kit." A preview of "Whispering Streets." Dean Archer Armstead, the Bob and Ray agricultural expert, is offering the "Mulch News," a four page pamphlet on sale for $15. Steve Bosko reports from Florida...or tries to. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Ciro Torchia (engineer). 12:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71005. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 7, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chrysler Corporation. Wally Ballew reports from Woonsocket, Rhode Island at the Lucy Lucious Candy factory. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with the white stuff in between them. Webley Webster presents a nautical drama. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71006. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 11, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chrysler Corporation, Fram Oil Filters. Harlow Hunt of "Secret Camera" visits and "shows" films that they couldn't use on television. "The Porter House Of The Air": Jimmy Porter reports from a baseball training camp. A question for the audience: what do you think about the upcoming royal marriage. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Gil MacDougal (New York Yankees, commercial spokesman), Joseph Cabibbo (engineer). 14:22. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

84546. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 12, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Ransom House ("Roving Book Reviewer"), Hester Mooseman (who lives next door to, "The Couple Next Door"), "The Bob and Ray Night Court," Rodney Gass tells about his most embarrassing moment. A funny show. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71007. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 13, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. Tommy Conkler visits "Mr. Science," and learns how to come in out of the rain. "Celebrity Snapshot": Horace Cragg, the inventor of "Play Ball." Barry Campbell visits and tells about the new TV pilot he producing and starring in. It's called, "Mess Sergeant." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Victor Cowan (director). 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71008. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 14, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. "The Bob and Ray Everyman Hall Of Fame." "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71009. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 15, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Fram Oil Filters, Pepsi Cola. Webley Webster's salary has been garnished. Claude and Clyde reports from the Bob and Ray Gourmet Club. The Fram commercial features New York Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford, who can hardly read his lines! Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Whitey Ford. 14:37. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71010. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 18, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. Wally Ballew reveals that the Bob and Ray newspaper is en route to those on the Bob and Ray mailing list (he mentions his son several times, "Little Boy Ballew"). The semifinals in the "Junior Bob and Ray Contest" are held. Wally Ballew reports from census headquarters. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Ciro Torchia (engineer). 14:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

84547. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 19, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. It's Patriot's Day in Boston, and the day of the Boston Marathon. Ray confuses the Olympic torch with Ciro Torchia (one of the CBS engineers). Mary McGoon is going to start free-falling from airplanes, Webley Webster plays "Jealousy" on the stdio organ, Dean Archer Armstead (agricultural expert). The system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

84548. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 20, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Questions for the audience; a one hundred year old woman, a foreign minister, a hula hoop manufacturer (he's two feet, seven inches tall), "Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Officer Candidate." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84549. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 21, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Webley Webster is offered a job (going for coffee), Wally Ballou covers Mary McGoon's jump from an airplane, "One Fella's Family." The system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

71011. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 22, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Fram Air Filters. "Jimmy Feeler From Hollywood," from the opening of the Hollywood Capri Hospital. Wally Ballew reports from the first indoor golf tournament. Gil Hodges is the commercial spokesman for Fram, and is unbelievably bad reading his lines! Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Ciro Torchia (engineer), Joseph Cabibbo (engineer), Joseph Alonzo (engineer), Gil Hodges. 14:45. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71012. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 25, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. "The Bob and Ray Housing Goods Testing Kit." A test at the airport for astronauts. Professor Otis L. Witherspoon, a doctor of languages, begins Spanish lessons. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 15:06. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

84550. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 26, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Webley Webster is dodging his creditors, Word Carr interviews Otis R. Fleming (from the Fleming Movie Studio, Hollywood), "Phone Call To Anywhere." Wally Ballou. Then system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

71013. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 28, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. On 52nd Street, Wally Ballew asks, "What's the nicest thing than can happen to you this week?" "The Bob and Ray Story Records For Children Between The Ages of Four and Seven" are advertised. All thirty four of them cost $3. Members of the studio audience explain their expense accounts. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 14:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

84551. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. April 29, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Dignitaries in the audience: none. Commercial announcements are sold to the audience. Mary McGoon denies getting married. Wally Ballou (live on tape) reports from the Neutro car factory. Webley Webster. The Friday ceremony of closing down CBS for the weekend is heard once again. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 11:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84552. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 2, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Ray isn't here (not really); Dennis Howard takes his place. Al Coyote and the news from Washington. "Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Office Candidate." A man in the audience buys a minute of time on the show (for $14 cash). "We'll be back with a good salty phrase you can teach your parakeet...in just ten seconds." The system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Ciro Torchia (engineer). 13:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

84553. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 3, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Bruce Cowan takes the place of Bob (not really). Gig Young Week continues. Bruce interviews a man who weighs 623 pounds and is nine feet, one inch tall. He's a free-lance diamond cutter, who smashes a half-carat diamond on the air. Dean Archer Armstead (agricultural expert) demonstrates how to shear a sheep. A visit from the head of a club of people who all look like Walter Cronkite, his name is John Cameron Sweayze. A funny show. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84554. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 4, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. A visit to "The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club," Claude and Clyde reporting. "One Fella's Family." A visit to the studio audience. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 12:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84555. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 5, 1960. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Questions from the audience, which is very appreciative. Webley Webster, Kent Lyle Birdley (old time radio announcer). The system cue has been deleted. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 13:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

71014. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 9, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. "The Amazing Bolings" pay a visit to remember their days in vaudeville. "Mr. Trace, Keener Than Most Persons" solves "The Murder Of The Missing Eavesdropper." A visit by the man who teaches speakers to sound like they're in a large stadium (very funny!). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:26. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71015. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 10, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: The Saturday Evening Post. Wally Ballew reports from the airport. He interviews a troup of European impersonators (don't miss one of them impersonating the water commissioner of Marseilles in 1857)! Questions from the Bob and Ray studio audience. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71016. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 11, 1960. CBS net. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. A memeber of the audience wins a large salami. "Mr. Science" and Jimmy Schwab demonstrate centrifugal force with a pail of water. "The Parade Of Professions" guest is the guy who drives the horse race starting car. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with the white stuff between them. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:36. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

71017. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 18, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. "Project Farsight" visits the monkey room to interview space doctor Ruth. Don't miss the Bob and Ray promotional announcement for the CBS coverage of The Preakness. "The Adventures Of Charlie Chu" solves, "The Kidnapping Of William Snider." Mr. Pew from "The Save The Birds Society" tells of "Hazards To Birds." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71018. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 23, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. Movie extra Chance Risky is interviewed. "One Feller's Family: The Figure Problem." Zachery Firth, bandmaster of a high school fife corps is interviewed. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:09. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71019. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 24, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. Tex Blaisdell has just returned from a road tour. The housekeeper of Larry Wilkie, the famous band leader, is interviewed. Her parrot joins in. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with white stuff in between them. Questions from the audience. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71020. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 25, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. "Jimmy Feeler's Hollywood Spotlight." Dean Archer Armstead, agricultural expert, interviews Lew Wallace, an expert on flowers. Eli Partner, the president of the "Pick-A-Card" company, is interviewed about greeting cards. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:15. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71021. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 26, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. "Comeback," the story of a photographer who "came back" against tremendous odds. A visit to "The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club," where the "Lowell Thomas Sandwich" is introduced. Eli Partner, the president of the "Pick-A-Card" company, returns. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71022. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 30, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. Wally Ballew reports from a tugboat in New York. What happens on the "Perry Raisin" courtroom TV show. Charles The Poet visits and cracks up before he can finish a poem...as usual. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:25. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71023. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. May 31, 1960. CBS net. Sustaining. Nickie Oceanic dances into the studio to describe his upcoming TV show. "One Feller's Family: Dampen The Spirits." Itchy Muldoon presents his trick-performing dog. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Cabibbo (sound effects). 14:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71024. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. June 2, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. "Lawrence Fechtenberger: Interstellar Officer Candidiate," sponsored by chocolate cookies with the white stuff between them. From Galway, Ireland, Wally Ballew interviews the owner of a ball bearing factory. Celebrity Spotlight: Lester Pomfritte, official pith helmut supplier to Lowell Thomas. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71025. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. June 3, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. Goya Sapout, the famous composer, pays a visit. Also, a visit from Harlow Hicks, the house hunter (funny!). Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:13. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71026. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. June 6, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sustaining. Dean Archer Armstead, the agricultural expert, talks about bugs. From a trolley car, Wally Ballew interviews a conductor. An interview with a Beefeater. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Joseph Alonzo (engineer). 14:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71027. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. June 9, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: French's Worcestershire Sauce, Fritos, Pepsi Cola. Lt. Arthur Cornwall-Adam visits from London. He describes his plan to climb up and down the Empire State building. A visit from "The Toothpick King Of Mt. Kisco" and "The Piano-Accordion King of Duluth, Minnesota." Tex Blaisdell plans to join a tent show. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:23. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71028. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. June 10, 1960. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Pepsi Cola. Wally Ballew, reporting from Salt Flats, Vermont, doesn't realize that he's on the air. He finally interviews an artist who paints from an airplane. Claude and Clyde report from "The Bob and Ray Gourmet Club." The CBS Door Closing Ceremony. Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

12993. Bob and Ray Present The CBS Radio Network. Program #803. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Webley Edwards, "Mr. Trace: Keener Than Most Persons." Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding. 14:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

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