Bud's Bandwagon

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.


111489. Bud's Bandwagon. 1858. AFRTS origination. Bud Widom interviews Dimitri Tiomkin about his composition, "High Noon." Bud then plays Tex Ritter's record of the song. The final 9:50 of the program. Bud Widom, Dimitri Tiomkin, Bob Haines (announcer). 9:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

82069. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #50. AFRS origination. The first record is, "Go Away," by Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra. Bud interviews The Bell Sisters. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), The Bell Sisters. 30:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53635. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #415. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Said" by Dick Todd and The Commanders. Bud interviews celebrities at the premier of the third re-release of "Gone With The Wind." Bud Widom (DJ), David Selznick, Ona Munson, Thomas Mitchell, Shirley Temple. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28075. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #196. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Going On A Hayride" by The De Marco Sisters. Bud interviews Eartha Kitt. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Eartha Kitt. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28074. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #195. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Flame" by Frankie Carle. Bud interviews Damita Jo. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Damita Jo. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28073. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #175. AFRS origination. The first record is, "Fury" by Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra with a vocal by Stuart Foster. Bud interviews Bing Crosby. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra, Stuart Foster (vocals), Bing Crosby. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28072. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #174. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Perdido" by The Stan Freeman Trio. Bud interviews film and nightclub performers Joy Windsor and Eddy Eidell. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Joy Windsor, Eddy Eidell. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28071. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #173. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Dummy Song" by Louis Armstrong. Bud interviews actress Penny Singleton. Bud Widom (DJ), Penny Singleton. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28070. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #172. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Soft Shoulders" by Jimmy Palmer. Bud interviews Raymond Burr. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Raymond Burr. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28069. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #171. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Tropical" by David Carroll and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Victor Mature. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Victor Mature. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28068. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #170. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Bouncin' With Bill" by Bill Gaither and His Madcaps. Bud interviews famous film director Fritz Lang. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Fritz Lang. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28067. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #169. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Just You, Just Me" by Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. A program of music from Hollywood musicals. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28066. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #168. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Piper's Patrol" by Ted Heath and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Jane Morgan at the Mocombo about her new film, "The American From Paris." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Jane Morgan. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28065. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #167. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Ninety Nine Guys" by Woody Herman and His Herd. Bud interviews the head of Capitol Records, who says the latest trend is away from multi-voice redubs and toward "High Fidelity." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28064. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #166. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Buck-A-Boo" by Milt Buckner and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Greer Garson, big game hunter Bunny Allen, and Ava Gardner at the Hollywood premier of "Mogambo." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Greer Garson, Bunny Allen, Ava Gardner. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28063. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #140. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Boo-Dah" by Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Irving Berlin, Jane Wyman, Eddie Cantor and Ida Cantor at the premiere of, "Little Boy Lost." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Irving Berlin, Jane Wyman, Eddie Cantor, Ida Cantor. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28062. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #139. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Thunder and Lightning" by Georgia Gibbs. Bud interviews Tony Curtis. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Tony Curtis. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28061. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #137. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The All American Girl" by Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra. A program of songs about girl's names. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28060. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #80. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Swing Shift Swing" by Count Basie and His Orchestra. Bud interviews clarinetist Buddy De Franco. The date is approximate. Bud Widom, Buddy DeFranco. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28059. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #79. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Present Arms" by Larry Stevens. Bud interviews Peter Lind Hayes (who is very funny). The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Peter Lind Hayes. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28058. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #78. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Sometimes I'm Happy" by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. The program is a salute to composer Vincent Youmans. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28057. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #77. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "That's A Plenty" by Jack Fina. Bud interviews Broderick Crawford. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Broderick Crawford. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28056. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #76. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "On The Sunny Side Of The Street" by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. Bud interviews song writer Jimmy McHugh. The program originates from Mr. McHugh's home. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Jimmy McHugh. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28055. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #55. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Swanee River Boogie" by The Commanders. Bud interviews screen writer Michael Blankford. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Michael Blankford. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28054. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #54. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Honeyjump" by The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra. Bud interviews singer June Christy. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), June Christy. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28053. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #53. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Whirlwind Stomp" by Alan Small and His Orchestra. Bud interviews singer Champ Butler. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Champ Butler. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28052. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #52. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Sing, Sing, Sing" by Teresa Brewer. Bud interviews Jose Ferrer. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Jose Ferrer. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28051. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #51. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Punch Brother, Punch" by Sandy Stewart. Bud interviews Dan Dailey. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Dan Dailey. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28050. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #49. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Riff Tide" by Coleman Hawkins. Bud interviews Herb Jeffries at the Mocombo. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Herb Jeffries. 30:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28049. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #48. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Idaho" by The Gene Ammons Sextet. Bud interviews singer Martha Stewart. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Martha Stewart. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

28048. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #47. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along" by Doris Day. Bud interviews Edmond O'Brien. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Edmond O'Brien. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28047. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #46. AFRS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Jeep Jockey Jump" by Jerry Grey and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Maynard Ferguson. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Maynard Ferguson. 30:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28046. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #44. AFRS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Kalamazoo To Timbuctu" by Mitch Miller's Orchestra and Chorus. Bud interviews Jerry Colonna. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Jerry Colonna. 30:02. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

28045. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #43. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Heap Big Beat" by Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Lois Butler. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Lois Butler. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28044. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #42. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Crazy Man, Crazy" by Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Gwen Wakely about the fashions of the stars. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Gwen Wakely. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28043. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #41. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Featherprint" (?) by Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Johnny Mercer and Frank De Vol, who introduce their latest tunes. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Johnny Mercer, Frank De Vol. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

28042. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #40. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Tell Us Where The Good Times Are" by Mindy Carson and Guy Mitchell. Bud interviews band leaders Shep Fields and Dean Hudson. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Shep Fields, Dean Hudson. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28041. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #39. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "This Is A Very Special Day" by Peggy Lee with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra. Bud interviews guest Baby Rose Marie. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Rose Marie. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28040. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #38. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Let's Go Down To The Tavern" by Johnny Long and His Orchestra. Bud interviews guest William Lundigan. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), William Lundigan. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28039. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #37. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Randolph Street Strut" by Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Loretta Young. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Loretta Young. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28038. Bud's Bandwagon. 1953. Program #36. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record, is "The Candy Bar Boogie" by The Ames Brothers. Bud interviews Duke Ellington. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Duke Ellington. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52720. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #512. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Happy Baby" by Les Baxter and His Orchestra with The Bombers. Bud interviews actor Gene Reynolds, who plugs his latest film "The Country Girl." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Gene Reynolds. 30:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52712. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #504. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Straight Ahead" by Peggy Lee and The Mills Brothers. Bud interviews Gloria De Haven, who plugs her new movie "So This Is Paris." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Gloria De Haven. 30:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52709. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #501. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Dim, Dim The Lights" by Bill Haley and The Comets. Bud interviews Dana Andrews, who plugs his new picture "Three Hours To Kill." Dana also discusses the lack of Communists in Hollywood these days! The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Dana Andrews. 30:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52706. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #496. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "The Diggy Song" by The Lane Sisters. Bud interviews Jeff Chandler, who not only talks about his acting career, but his new record for Decca and the song lyrics he's written. The date is approximate. Bud Widom, Jeff Chandler. 30:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52705. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #493. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Open Up The Doghouse, Two Cats Are Coming In" by Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, Billy May and His Orchestra. Bud interviews actor James Lilburn who plugs his new picture "Fire Over Africa." The date is approximate. Bud Widom, James Lilburn. 30:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52704. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #492. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Lullaby Of Birdland" by Barney Kessel and His Orchestra. Bud interviews celebrities at the premier of "The Barefoot Contessa." The date is approximate. Bud Widom, David Niven, Lauren Bacall, Doris Day, Mel Torme, Ava Gardner, Jack Palance. 30:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52699. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #483. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "The Kettle Drum Hop" by Jerry Gray and His Orchestra. Bud interviews celebrities at the premier of "White Christmas." The date is approximate. Bud Widom, Eddie Albert, Laverne Andrews, Danny Kaye, Vera-Ellen. 30:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52698. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #482. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Mambo Hop" by Oscar Saldanis. Bud interviews Arlene Dahl about her plans for her cosmetics and lingerie company and plugs her new movie "Bengal Brigade." The date is approximate. Bud Widom, Arlene Dahl. 30:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52307. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #419. AFRTS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Skokian" by Prez Prado and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, who plug their latest picture "The Black Shield Of Falworth" (which was released in 1954). Bud Widom, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh. 30:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52303. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #423. AFRTS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Manhattan Mambo" by Henri Rene and his Orchestra (the official song of "The New York Summer Festival"). Bud interviews celebrities at the Hollywood opening of, "Rear Window" (which premiered in 1954). The date is approximate. Bud Widom, George Jessel, Jerry Lewis, Jimmy Stewart, Sara Berner. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

44499. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #435. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Pa Pa Pa" by Joni James. Guest interview is with Ann Robinson, an actress in the new film "Dragnet." The date is approximate. Bud Widom, Ann Robinson. 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28100. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #306. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Rugged Romeo" by Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Vic Damone, Louella Parsons, Debbie Reynolds, Esther Williams, Ben Gage. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Vic Damone, Louella Parsons, Debbie Reynolds, Esther Williams, Ben Gage. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28099. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #305. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Things Ain't What They Used To Be" by Sonny Thompson. Bud interviews Josh White and Sam Gary, Josh White performs. A good show. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Josh White, Sam Gary. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28098. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #304. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Pork Chop Stomp" by Grady Martin and His Swinging Strings. Bud interviews Richard Denning and Barbara Britton ("Mr. and Mrs. North"). The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Richard Denning, Barbara Britton. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28097. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #303. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Crazy 'Bout You Baby" by The Crew Cuts. Bud interviews Danny Kaye, Jack Benny, Marilyn Maxwell and Sylvia Fine at the premiere of "Knock On Wood." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Danny Kaye, Jack Benny, Marilyn Maxwell, Sylvia Fine. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28096. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #302. AFRS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Mama Don't Like" by Oscar McLolly and The Honeydrippers. Bud interviews Brian Foy, producer of, "The Mad Magician" and "The House Of Wax." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Brian Foy. 29:49. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

28095. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #301. AFRS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Mule Face" by Paul Gayten. Bud interviews dixieland style clarinetist Rosy McHargue. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Rosy McHargue. 30:14. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28094. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #300. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Goombye Goomba" by Tony Romano. Bud interviews Donna Reed about her newly won Oscar. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Donna Reed. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28093. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #299. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "What'Cha Call 'Em Joe?" by Oscar McLolly and The Honeydrippers. Bud interviews a record promoter who tells how he sells records issued by independent labels. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28092. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #298. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Such A Night" by Clyde McPhatter. Bud interviews the trainer of Lassie and a representative of the Humane Association about animals in films. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28091. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #297. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Takin' The Trains Out " by Lola Dee. Bud interviews Kim Novak at the start of her career about how she was discovered on a bicycle, and also an animal trainer and stunt-man. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Kim Novak. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28090. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #296. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Stomp and Whistle" by David Carroll and his Orchestra. Bud interviews screen director Donald Siegel. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Donald Siegel. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28089. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #275. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Cow Bell Strut" by Pee Wee Hunt. Bud interviews orchestra leaders "The Elliot Brothers." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), The Elliott Brothers. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28088. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #274. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Darktown Strutter's Ball" by Phil Brito. Bud interviews Mae Clarke, who remembers James Cagney and that grapefruit he pushed in her face. The date is approximate. Bud Widom, Mae Clarke. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28087. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #273. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Big Noise From Winnetka" by Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra. Bud interviews a producer of religious films. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28086. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #272. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Japanese Sandman" by The Alec Wilder Octet. A tribute to composer Richard Whiting (who does not appear). A good show. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28085. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #271. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "In A Persian Market" by Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Norman Brooks. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Norman Brooks. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28084. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #212. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Heat's On" by Rita Hayworth. Bud interviews Keenan Wynn. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Keenan Wynn. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28083. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #210. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Real Gone Mambo" by The Bill Doggett Trio. Bud interviews Janet Leigh. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Janet Leigh. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28082. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #209. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Fog Horn" by Charlie Brantley (?). Bud interviews Jeanette MacDonald (a long and interesting discussion!). The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Jeanette MacDonald. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28081. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #208. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Old Spice" by Lucky Millinder and His Orchestra. Bud interviews movie producer Albert Zugsmith about his new film "Invasion U.S.A." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Albert Zugsmith. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28080. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #207. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Camp Rumpus" by Ray Anthony and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Lena Horne. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Lena Horne. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28079. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #206. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Commodore Clipper" by Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra. Bud interviews band leader Jerry Grey. The date is approximate. Bud Widom, Jerry Gray. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28078. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #205. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Boogie Woogie Maxixe" by The Ames Brothers. Bud interviews George Pal, Doc Richardson, and Ivan Tors about science fiction films. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), George Pal, Doc Richardson, Ivan Tors. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28077. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #204. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Riverboat Shuffle" by Hoagy Carmichael. A salute to Hoagy Carmichael (who does not appear on the show). The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28076. Bud's Bandwagon. 1954. Program #203. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Mama's Gone, Goodbye" by Sonny Gale and the Dew Droppers. Bud interviews Cathy Downs. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Cathy Downs. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53473. Bud's Bandwagon. October 1954. Program #473. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Pore The Corn John" by The Billy Moore Quartet. From the Mocombo, Bud interviews comedian/impersonator Will Jordan. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Will Jordan. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53366. Bud's Bandwagon. 1955. Program #614. AFRTS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Redfoot" by an unannounced vocal group. At the Hollywood premier of "Strategic Air Command," Bud interviews Ann Blyth, Robert Stack, Bruce Bennett (who was also known as Herman Brix), Charlton Heston, Arlene Dahl, Fernando Lamas, Jimmy Stewart. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Ann Blyth, Robert Stack, Bruce Bennett, Charlton Heston, Arlene Dahl, Fernando Lamas, Jimmy Stewart. 30:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53339. Bud's Bandwagon. 1955. Program #542. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "I'm Sitting On Top Of The World" by George Gerard and His New Orleans Five. Bud interviews Jimmy Stewart who plugs his new film "The Far Country" (sounds like a pre-recorded open-ended interview). The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Jimmy Stewart. 30:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28103. Bud's Bandwagon. 1955. Program #309. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Love I You" by The Gaylords. Bud visits the circus and interviews Clyde Beatty, Pat O'Brien and others. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Clyde Beatty, Pat O'Brien. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

28104. Bud's Bandwagon. 1955. Program #310. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Piper Heidsick" by Claude Gordon and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Claire Trevor and Jane Withers. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Claude Gordon and His Orchestra, Claire Trevor, Jane Withers. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

28102. Bud's Bandwagon. 1955. Program #308. AFRS origination. The first record is, "My Cutie's Due At Two To Two" by Betty Hutton. Bud interviews screen director Frank Lloyd. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Frank Lloyd. 30:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28101. Bud's Bandwagon. 1955. Program #307. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "In My Merry Oldsmobile" by The Starlighters. Bud interviews Mrs. Gus Edwards about her husband's songs and career in vaudeville. The date is approximate. Bud Widom (DJ), Mrs. Gus Edwards. 30:07. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53645. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #409. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "I Can" by The Tony Martinez Quintet. Bud interviews The De Castro Sisters. Bud Widom (DJ), The De Castro Sisters. 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53643. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #407. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Don't Live Like That No More" by Baby Dee. Bud interviews George Murphy. Bud Widom (DJ), George Murphy. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53644. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #408. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Houn' Dawg Special" by Cozy Cole and His All-Stars. From the Paramount lot, Bud interviews Norman Taurog, who tells what it's like to direct a picture with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. Bud Widom (DJ), Norman Taurog. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53642. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #406. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Beachcomber" by Jay McNeely and His Orchestra. From the commissary on the 20th Century Fox lot, Bud interviews Marlon Brando about his latest picture "On The Waterfront." Bud Widom (DJ), Marlon Brando. 30:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53640. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #412. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Say Hey" by Ray Anthony and His Orchestra. From the Mocombo, Bud interviews Billy Daniels and his accompanist Benny Payne. Bud Widom (DJ), Billy Daniels, Benny Payne. 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53641. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #413. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Skokian" by Ralph Marteri and His Orchestra. Bud interviews progressive pianist Russ Freeman. Bud Widom (DJ), Russ Freeman. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53639. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #411. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Knicka-A Knack-A" by The Nocturnes. Bud interviews film director Elia Kazan. Bud Widom (DJ), Elia Kazan. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53637. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #417. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Tea For Two" Bob Gordon and His Orchestra. Bud interviews actor Carl Esmond. Bud Widom (DJ), Carl Esmond. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53638. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #410. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Scramble" by Leith Stevens and His All-Stars. From "The Celebrity Room" in Hollywood, Bud interviews Bobby Troup. Bud Widom (DJ), Bobby Troup. 30:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53636. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #416. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Gin and Coconut Milk" by Wilbur Harrison. Bud interviews celebrities at the premier of the third re-release of, "Gone With The Wind." Bud Widom (DJ), Liberace, Joni James, Spike Jones. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53634. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #414. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first tune is, "Don't Drop It" by The Lorring Sisters. Bud interviews singer Don Cornell. Bud Widom (DJ), Don Cornell. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53481. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #463. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Ling Ting Tong" by The Five Keys. From Television City, Bud interviews Paula Kelly. Bud Widom (DJ), Paula Kelly. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53480. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #462. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Just Like That" by Johnny Long and His Orchestra. From the Mocombo, Bud interviews comedians The Keene Sisters. Bud Widom (DJ), The Keene Sisters. 30:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53479. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #461. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Tutti Frutti" by Mel Torme. Bud interviews Maureen O'Hara who has just finished filming "Fire Over Africa." Bud Widom (DJ), Maureen O'Hara. 30:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53478. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #453. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Ooh La La" by The Hollywood Flames. Bud interviews art director/stage designer Serge Crismond. Bud Widom (DJ), Serge Crismond. 30:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53476. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #466. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Muskrat Ramble" with Woody Herman and The Third Herd. Bud interviews actress Ellen Corby, who talks about her latest film "Sabrina." Bud Widom (DJ), Ellen Corby. 30:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

53477. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #467. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Bob Hop" by Oscar Saldon and His Orchestra. From a Hollywood fashion show, Bud interviews Tyrone Power, Linda Christian, Jean Louis (fashion designer for Columbia pictures), Cathy Grant, Cleo Moore, Lucy Marlowe Bud Widom (DJ), Tyrone Power, Linda Christian, Jean Louis, Cathy Grant, Cleo Moore, Lucy Marlowe. 30:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53474. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #464. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. An all-Judy Garland show. The first record is, "Dear Mr. Gable." No guest. Bud Widom (DJ). 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53475. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #465. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. An all-jazz show. The first record is, "Who's Blues" by Lenny Niehaus. Bud Widom (DJ), Woody Woodard. 30:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53472. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #472. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Oh!" by Carmen Taylor and The Boleros. Bud interviews producer/director Harry Joe Brown who promotes his new film "Three Hours To Kill." Bud Widom (DJ), Harry Joe Brown. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53471. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #471. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Let's Mambo" by Betty Riley. From the Cocoanut Grove, Bud interviews The Ames Brothers. Bud Widom (DJ), The Ames Brothers. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53469. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #481. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Specs" by Todd Rose and His Orchestra. Bud interviews screen director Michael Curtiz who promotes "The Three Angels" and "White Christmas." Bud Widom (DJ), Michael Curtiz. 30:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53470. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #468. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Stack Of Dollars" by Connie Bradshaw and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Fabor Robinson, the president of Abbott Records (a country and western label). Bud Widom (DJ), Fabor Robinson. 30:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53468. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #478. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Little Brown Jug Mambo" by Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Paramount contract player Dick Shannon. Bud Widom (DJ), Dick Shannon. 30:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53467. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #477. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Goofanut" by Al Gray and His Orchestra. From the Mocombo, Bud interviews Darla Hood (formerly of the "Our Gang" comedies) who is singing at the nightclub. Bud mentions that he too used to appear in "Our Gang" comedies. Bud Widom (DJ), Darla Hood. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53466. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #476. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Dawn" by Jaye P. Morgan with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Alan Ladd, who promotes his new film "Drumbeat." Bud Widom (DJ), Alan Ladd. 30:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53464. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #451. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Papa Loves Mambo" by Perry Como. Bud interviews composer Walter Schumann (composer of the "Dragnet" theme among many others). Bud Widom, Walter Schumann. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53465. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #452. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Little Boy Blow" by Lucky Thompson and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Doris Day, who plugs her latest picture "Young At Heart." Bud Widom (DJ), Doris Day. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53463. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #448. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Poppa's Putting The Pressure On" by Connie Russell. Bud interviews Lyn Osborn, who portrays Cadet Happy on the "Space Patrol" program. Bud Widom (DJ), Lyn Osborn. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53367. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #615. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. An all-jazz show with Woody Woodard of Pacific Jazz Records. The first record is, "Taking A Chance On Love." Bud Widom (DJ), Woody Woodard. 30:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53365. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #613. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "'Nuff Of That Stuff" by Steve Gibson and The Recaps. Bud interviews John Scott Trotter. Bud Widom (DJ), John Scott Trotter. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53364. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #576. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Dance With Me Henry" by Georgia Gibbs. From the Cocoanut Grove, Bud interviews Florian Zabach. Bud Widom (DJ), Florian Zabach. 30:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53363. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #545. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. An all-jazz show. Bud interviews Woody Woodard, with Pacific Jazz Records. The first record is, "The Big Top" by The Howard Rumsey All-Stars. Bud Widom (DJ), Woody Woodard. 30:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53362. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #544. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Tweedle Dee" by Vicki Young. From the Mocombo, Bud interviews songwriter Jimmy McHugh and Glenn Wallace (president of Capitol records) Bud Widom (DJ), Jimmy McHugh, Glenn Wallace. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53361. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #543. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Kokomo" by Gary Crosby and Louis Armstrong. Bud interviews actress Audrey Totter. Bud Widom (DJ), Audrey Totter. 30:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53360. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #580. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. An all-jazz show. The first record is, "Abstract #1" by The Shelley Mann Trio. Bud interviews Bob Kirsten, president of "Celebrity Records." Bud Widom (DJ), Bob Kirsten. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53359. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #579. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "We're Gonna Bop" by The Abbott Sisters. Bud interviews pianist Jess Stacy. Bud Widom (DJ), Jess Stacy. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53358. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #578. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Hearts Of Stone Mambo" by The Bopaloes. Bud interviews singer Anita Gordon. Bud Widom (DJ), Anita Gordon. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53357. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #577. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Money Mad" by The Four Guys. From The Cocoanut Grove, Bud interviews Kaye Ballard. Bud Widom (DJ), Kaye Ballard. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53356. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #594. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Opus One" by The Mills Brothers. Bud interviews George Duning, who scored the movie "Three For The Show." Bud Widom (DJ), George Duning. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53355. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #593. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Chicken Boogie" by Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Al Martino. Bud Widom (DJ), Al Martino. 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53354. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #592. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Don't Be Angry" by The Crewcuts. From Denver, Bud interviews Samuel J. Briskin, the producer of "Strategic Air Command." Bud Widom (DJ), Samuel J. Briskin. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53353. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #591. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Kissin' Bug" by The Harris Sisters with Van Alexander and His Orchestra. From the premier of the picture "Strategic Air Command" in Omaha, Bud interviews Frank Lovejoy, June Allyson, General Curtis Le May (head of the Strategic Air Command). Bud Widom (DJ), Frank Lovejoy, June Allyson, Curtis Le May. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53352. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #598. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Lady Is A Tramp" by The George Shearing Quintet. From the set of "Joseph and His Brethren" at Columbia Studios, Bud interviews the picture's art director Kerry O'Dell. Bud Widom (DJ), Kerry O'Dell. 30:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53350. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #596. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Back Bay Shuffle" by Prez Prado and His Orchestra. Bud interviews guest Barbara Stanwyck. Bud Widom (DJ), Barbara Stanwyck. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53351. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #597. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Monster" by The Commanders. Bud interviews actor Kurt Kreuger. Bud Widom, Kurt Kreuger. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53348. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #606. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "What Have You Got?" by Skip Martin's Crew. Bud interviews song writer Jack Hoffman. Bud Widom (DJ), Jack Hoffman. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53349. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #595. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "He Ain't Got Rhythm" by Bob Brookmeyer and His Orchestra. An all-jazz show with no guest. Bud Widom (DJ). 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53346. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #602. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Feelin' Kinda Happy" by Damita Jo. Bud interviews actress Gail Robbins. Bud Widom (DJ), Gail Robbins. 30:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53347. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #603. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Slew Foot" by The Four Aces. From the Mocombo, Bud interviews Harry Richman. Bud Widom (DJ), Harry Richman. 30:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53345. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #601. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Pogo Stick" by The Taylor Maids. From the Mocombo, Bud interviews singer Alan Jones. Allan Jones, Bud Widom. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53344. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #612. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Do It Now" by Georgie Shaw. From The Masquer's Club, Bud interviews comedian George Gobel. Bud Widom (DJ), George Gobel. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53342. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #608. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Don't Be Angry" by The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra. Bud interviews the singing Paris Sisters. Bud Widom (DJ), The Paris Sisters. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

53343. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #611. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Huckleberry Pie" by The Paris Sisters. From the set of "Pete Kelly's Blues" on the Warner's Brothers lot, Bud interviews Janet Leigh. Bud Widom (DJ), Janet Leigh. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53341. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #607. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Lady Be Good" by Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Marilyn Maxwell at a "Sportsmen Show" who plugs her latest film "New York Confidential." Bud Widom (DJ), Marilyn Maxwell. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53340. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #541. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Panama" by The Dick Hyman Trio. Bud interviews Tony Curtis who plugs his new film "Six Bridges To Cross" (sounds like a pre-recorded open-ended interview). Bud Widom (DJ), Tony Curtis. 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53337. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #535. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Figure Eight" by The Lenny Niehaus Octet. Bud interviews William Claxton, a photographer who specializes in jazz musicians. Bud Widom (DJ), William Claxton. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53338. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #534. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Your Kind Of Love" by Big Dave and The Hardtops. Bud interviews movie starlet Cathy Grant who plugs her latest film "Cellblock 2455, Death Row." Bud Widom (DJ), Cathy Grant. 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53336. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #533. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Like Mad" by Ginny Gibson. Bud interviews Earl Lyon and Richard Bartlett (writers, producers, directors) who plug their latest picture "Silver Star." Bud Widom (DJ), Earl Lyon, Richard Bartlett. 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53335. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #532. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first tune is, "Cat's Whiskers" by Lou Monte with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra. Bud interviews country singer Betsy Gaye. Betsy Gaye, Bud Widom. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53334. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #531. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Red Wing" by Harry Ranch and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Cab Calloway from The Mocombo. Bud Widom (DJ), Cab Calloway. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53333. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #530. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Right On" by Count Basie and His Orchestra. Bud interviews jazz trombonist Bob Brookmeyer. Bud Widom (DJ), Bob Brookmeyer. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53332. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #521. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Masquerade" by Rene Touzay and His Orchestra. From aboard the U. S. S. Lake Champlain, Bud interviews country singer Jim Reeves. Bud Widom (DJ), Jim Reeves. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53331. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #520. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Nursery Rhyme" by The Lee Konitz Trio. From the Azores, Bud interviews Tony Sanderfer of "The Belaires." Bud Widom (DJ), Tony Sanderfer. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53330. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #519. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Manhattan Mambo" by Danny Kaye. From France, Bud interviews magician Dick O'Shaughnessy. Bud Widom (DJ), Dick O'Shaughnessy. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53329. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #518. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Honeybunch" by The Four Knights. Bud interviews vaudevillian and film comedian Tom Dugan. Bud Widom (DJ), Tom Dugan. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53328. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #517. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Kokomo" by Betty and Marian Hutton. Bud interviews comedian Gil Lamb from Charlie Ford's Supper Club. Bud Widom (DJ), Gil Lamb. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53327. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #516. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Roulette" by Lou Monte with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra. Bud interviews singer Fran Gregory at Charlie Ford's Supper Club. Bud Widom (DJ), Fran Gregory. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53326. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #515. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. An all-jazz show. The first record is, "What He Say?" by Willie Reston. Bud Widom (DJ). 30:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53324. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #525. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Dasher" by The Ralph Burns-Leonard Feather Orchestra. Bud interviews singer Jana Mason. Bud Widom (DJ), Jana Mason. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53325. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #514. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "What Do You Want?" by The Cheers. Bud interviews dancers Peggy Ryan and Ray MacDonald from The Ambassador Hotel. Bud Widom (DJ), Peggy Ryan, Ray MacDonald. 30:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53323. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #524. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "A Tavern In The Town" by The Four Aces. From Newfoundland, Bud interviews movie star Forrest Tucker. Bud Widom (DJ), Forrest Tucker. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53322. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #523. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Rosey Apples" by The Keynotes. From Stuttgart Germany, Bud interviews singer Tony Romano. Bud Widom (DJ), Tony Romano. 30:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53321. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #522. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Rock 'Em" by Roger King Mosian. From France, Bud Widom interviews June Foray (radio actress and animation voice). Bud Widom (DJ), June Foray. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53320. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #529. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Tweedle Dee" by Dorothy Collins. Bud interviews television writer and producer John Meredyth Lucas who directed the TV series "Medic." Bud Widom, John Meredyth Lucas. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53319. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #528. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Kokomo" by Perry Como. Bud interviews movie starlet Merry Anders who had appeared in "Les Miserables," and "Phffft." Bud Widom (DJ), Merry Anders. 30:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53318. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #527. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Don't Go, Don't Go, Don't Go" by Vicki Marlowe. Bud interviews guest Harry James from the Cocoanut Grove. Bud Widom (DJ), Harry James. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53317. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #526. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Rock and Roll Party" by Big Dave and The Hardtops. The program's guests are Billy Ward and The Dominoes, who are interviewed at The Mocombo. Bud Widom (DJ), Billy Ward and The Dominoes. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52721. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #513. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Ooh La La" by The Paris Sisters. Bud interviews singer Joyce Bryan, who is known as "The Belter," at The Cocoanut Grove. Bud Widom (DJ), Joyce Bryan. 30:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52719. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #511. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Kokomo" by The Crewcuts with David Carroll and His Orchestra. Bud interviews singer Tony Travis. Bud Widom (DJ), Tony Travis. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52717. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #509. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Tweedle Dee" by Vicki Young. Bud interviews singer Lynn Avalon. Bud Widom, Lynn Avalon. 30:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52718. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #510. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Sweets' Opus #1" by Buddy Rich and His Orchestra. No guest on this program. Bud Widom (DJ). 30:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52716. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #508. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Bop Goes The Leesel" by Lee Konitz and His Orchestra. A recording of a Mary Pickford press conference is played. Bud Widom (DJ), Mary Pickford. 30:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52715. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #507. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, by Chico Faro and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Andre Phillipe (billed as "The American From Paris") at the Mocombo. Bud Widom (DJ), Andre Phillipe. 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52714. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #506. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Mambo Is In The Air" by Jan August. A recording is played of Danny Kaye's acceptance speech as he receives an award from UNICEF for his work for the organization and his film "Twenty Million Children." Bud Widom (DJ), Danny Kaye. 30:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52713. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #505. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Dot's Groovy" by The Chet Baker Sextet. Bud interviews jazz expert Woody Woodard, who brings along his favorite platters. Bud Widom (DJ), Woody Woodard. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52711. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #503. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Mashing Potatoes" by The Noble Watts Quintet. Bud interviews pianist Harry Fields. Bud Widom (DJ), Harry Fields. 30:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52710. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #502. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Undecided" by The George Shearing Quintet. Bud interviews Lisa Kirk at The Cocoanut Grove. Bud Widom (DJ), Lisa Kirk. 30:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52708. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #498. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Watch Your Language" sing by Rusty Draper and The Laurie Sisters. Bud interviews eighteen year old singer Carol Jarvis. Bud Widom (DJ), Carol Jarvis. 30:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52707. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #497. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Come Back Baby" by Frank Martin and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Lillian Roth at the Mocombo. Bud Widom (DJ), Lillian Roth. 30:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52702. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #488. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "Peaches and Cream" by The Firstnighters. Bud interviews a "Cuban Bombshell" named "Estelita" at The Cocoanut Grove. Bud Widom (DJ), Estelita. 30:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52703. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #491. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The American Patrol Mambo" by Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra. Bud interviews composer Harry Tobias. Bud Widom (DJ), Harry Tobias. 30:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52701. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #487. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "The Twelfth Street Rag Mambo" by Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Bud Widom interviews singer Johnny Halliday. Bud Widom (DJ), Johnny Halliday. 30:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52700. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #486. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record played is, "The Marilyn Monroe Mambo" by Prez Prado and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Rory Calhoun. Bud Widom (DJ), Rory Calhoun. 30:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52309. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #421. AFRTS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Crazy 'Bout Lollipop" by Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Duke Ellington. Bud Widom (DJ), Duke Ellington. 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52308. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #420. AFRTS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Somebody Goofed" by Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. Bud interviews Jerry Gray at the Hollywood Palladium. Bud Widom (DJ), Jerry Gray. 30:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52306. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #418. AFRTS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Ja Da" by Jerry Colonna. Bud interviews Dave Brubeck. Bud Widom (DJ), Dave Brubeck. 30:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52304. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #424. AFRTS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Oh Capri" by Wingy Manone and His Orchestra. Bud interviews film actress Simone Silva. Bud Widom (DJ), Simone Silva. 30:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52305. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #425. AFRTS origination. A record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "A Whale Of A Story" by Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra. Bud Widom interviews Marvin Miller, who recalls his early days in radio. Bud Widom (DJ), Marvin Miller. 30:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52302. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #422. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Don't Care" by The Strangers. Bud Widom interviews Louis Jordan. Bud Widom (DJ), Louis Jordan. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52301. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #431. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Ole, Loe" by Billy Eckstine. Bud interviews singer Lois Butler. Bud Widom (DJ), Lois Butler. 30:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52299. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #427. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first tune is, "Idaho" by George Russell and His Orchestra. Bud interviews country singer Champ Butler. Bud Widom (DJ), Champ Butler. 30:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52300. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #428. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Skokian" by Louis Armstrong. Bud interviews Ted Lewis from the Statler Hotel in Los Angeles. Bud Widom (DJ), Ted Lewis. 30:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52298. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #426. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Stuffy" by The Bill Jennings Quartet. Bud Widom interviews dancer Frank Veloz of "Veloz and Yolanda." Bud Widom (DJ), Frank Veloz. 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52249. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #437. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Money Honey" by Ella Mae Morse and "Big Dave." Bud interviews film composer Daniele Amfitheatrof. Bud Widom, Daniele Amfitheatrof. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52247. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #433. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Do Me Good Baby" by The Crewcuts. Bud interviews that "beautiful chick" Gloria De Haven backstage at The Mocombo. Bud Widom (DJ), Gloria De Haven. 30:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52248. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #436. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Timbalin Mambo" by Tito Puente and His Orchestra. Bud Widom interviews Hedda Hopper and Roberta Lynn from the "Glamourama" exhibit. Bud Widom (DJ), Hedda Hopper, Roberta Lynn. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52246. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #432. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "One More Time" by Dean Martin with Dick Stabile and His Orchestra. Bud interviews singer Matt Dennis. Bud Widom (DJ), Matt Dennis. 30:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52245. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #443. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Muskrat Ramble" by Rusty Draper with Hugo Peretti and His Orchestra. Bud interviews movie producer Howard Welsh, whose latest picture is "A Bullet Is Waiting," which was released in 1954. Bud Widom (DJ), Howard Welsh. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52244. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #442. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Tonight's The Night" by The Four Guys. Bud interviews composer/conductor Lloyd Schaefer. Bud Widom (DJ), Lloyd Schaefer. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52243. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #441. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Blow Your Horn" by Red Prysock and His Orchestra. Bud Widom interviews "The Cheers" (who had been together only one month). Bud Widom (DJ), The Cheers. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52242. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #438. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Oop Shoop" by The Crewcuts. Bud interviews Harry Belafonte at The Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles. Bud Widom (DJ), Harry Belafonte. 30:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52240. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #446. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Happy Feet" by Red Prysock and His Orchestra. Bud Widom interviews Johnny Johnston and dancer Lou Wills Jr. from The Mocambo in Hollywood. Bud Widom (DJ), Johnny Johnston, Lou Wills Jr.. 30:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52241. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #447. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "The Rum Blues" by The Benny Green Quintet. Bud interviews Raymond Burr, who had just returned from Europe where he entertained the G. I.'s and made a film. Raymond Burr discusses his recent role in Hitchcock's "Rear Window" (he mentions that he hasn't seen it yet!). Bud Widom (DJ), Raymond Burr. 30:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52239. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #445. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Skirts," by Johnny Long and His Orchestra. Bud Widom interviews Bob Crosby on the set on his television show, from Television City, Hollywood. Bud Widom (DJ), Bob Crosby. 30:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52238. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #444. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "I Never Knew" by Ted Weems and His Orchestra. The vocal is by Bonnie Ann Shaw. Bud Widom interviews Barbara Ruark backstage at the Las Palmas Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard where she's appearing in "That's Life." Bud Widom (DJ), Barbara Ruark. 30:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

44501. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #440. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Love Is So Terrific" by The Satisfiers. A salute to 1945, no guest. Bud Widom (DJ). 30:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44502. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #429. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Please, Please" by Henri Rene and His Orchestra and Chorus. Guest Robert Roark is interviewed about his part in the upcoming film "Mr. Roberts." Bud Widom (DJ), Robert Roark. 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44503. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #430. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Hindustan" by The Elliot Brothers. The Wesson Brothers (Dick and Gene) are interviewed. Bud Widom (DJ), Dick Wesson, Gene Wesson. 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44500. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #439. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Mr. Pogo" by The Commanders. Band leader Rex Koury is interviewed at the Cocoanut Grove, where's he's performing. Bud Widom (DJ), Rex Koury. 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44498. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #434. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Polka Dot Rain" by Ted Weems and His Orchestra, with the vocal by Betty Shaw. The guest is composer Gene De Paul, who is interviewed at the Mocombo. De Paul wrote "I'll Remember April," "Cow Cow Boogie," and "Mr. Five By Five." Bud Widom (DJ), Gene De Paul. 30:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44495. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #536. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Peace Pipe" by Count Basie and His Orchestra. Guest is actor Jan Merlin who tells how he began on Broadway with "Mr. Roberts," and then moved to TV with "Tom Corbett, Space Cadet." Bud Widom (DJ), Jan Merlin. 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44496. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #537. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "East Side, West Side" by Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra. Guest: Vic Damone is interviewed at the Cocoanut Grove, where he's performing. Bud Widom (DJ), Vic Damone. 30:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44497. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #538. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Blitzen" by The Leonard Feather-Ralph Burns Orchestra. Guest Freddy Martin is interviewed at the Cocoanut Grove, where his band is performing. Bud Widom (DJ), Freddy Martin. 30:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39177. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #28. AFRTS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Wichita Windstorm" by Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra. Frankie Laine is interviewed, and his record "Necessary Evil" is played. Bud Widom (DJ), Frankie Laine. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39174. Bud's Bandwagon. Program #599. AFRS origination. Record show with DJ Bud Widom. The first record is, "Chop Chop Boom" by The Crewcuts. Dana Andrews is interviewed about his latest movie "Strange Lady In Town," after which the film's theme song, sung by Frankie Laine, is played. Bud Widom (DJ), Dana Andrews. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

Report contains 210 programs.