Cincinnati Radio: The War Years 1941-1944

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.


52877. Cincinnati Radio: The War Years 1941-1944. WCKY, WSAI, WKRC, WLW, WCPO. Group #4. 21. Moon River with The Clooney Sisters (WLW, June 20, 1945) (3:10). 22. Gems Of Poetry and Music with Jane Grey. (WSAI, December 22, 1942) (1:29). 23. The Flood Of March 1945 with Tom McCarthy, Jack Foster, George Skinner (WKRC, WCKY, WLW, March 6, 1945) (3:36). 24. V-J Day In Cincinnati with Tom McCarthy (WKRC, August 14, 1945) (5:54). 25. Phil Brito (WLW, September 9, 1945) (3:25). Nick Clooney (host), James C. King (executive producer), Mark Magistrelli (writer, producer), Betty Clooney, Rosemary Clooney, Jane Grey, Tom McCarthy, Phil Brito, Jack Foster, George Skinner. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52876. Cincinnati Radio: The War Years 1941-1944. WCKY, WSAI, WKRC, WLW, WCPO. Group #3. 16. War news montage with recordings of President Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, George Hicks (2:34). 17. "Your Son At War" and "These Are Your Sons" (WLW, c. May to September, 1945) (6:54). 18. Voice Of America Dedication Program of the transmitter site in Betahny, Ohio) with Clifford Derr (of the FCC), and Elmer Davis (of the OWI) (NBC net, WLW origination, September 23, 1944) (5:00). 19. The Big Bands: Al Cassady and His Orchestra (WLW, November 24, 1943), Jimmy James and His Orchestra (WLW, December 15, 1941), Burt Farber and His Orchestra (WLW/AFRS, November 21, 1945) (6:42). 20. At Evening At Crosley Square with Freddy Lightner, Norman Ruvell, Don Russell and His Orchestra (Burt Farber conducting) (WLW, August 19, 1945 and October 22, 1944) (6:22). 21. Moon River. The fifteenth anniversary program with The De Vore Sisters, Peter Grant (WLW, October 27, 1945) (6:22). This excerpt continues on cat. #52877. Al Cassady and His Orchestra, Bert Farber and His Orchestra, Bert Farber (conductor), Clifford Derr, Don Russell and His Orchestra, Elmer Davis, Franklin Roosevelt, Freddy Lightner, George Hicks, James C. King (executive producer), Jimmy James and His Orchestra, Mark Magistrelli (writer, producer), Nick Clooney (host), Norman Rubell (host, announcer), Peter Grant, The De Vore Sisters, Winston Churchill. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52875. Cincinnati Radio: The War Years 1941-1944. WCKY, WSAI, WKRC, WLW, WCPO. Group #2. 8. (continued) "Fighting Sons Of The Navy Blue" sung by The Williams Brothers, Ed Mason (announcer) (WLW, February 27, 1943). "The Very Thought Of You" sung by Virginia Hayes (WLW, August 31, 1942). 9. The Almoco Exchange (WCPO, July 4, 1945) (1:48). 10. Collect Calls From Lowenthal's with Ruth Lyons (WSAI, March 2, 1943) (2:40). 11. Wartime commercials and public service announcements: Lowenthal's with Ruth Lyons (WSAI, August 8, 1943), Hallmark Cards with Jack Stillwell, Durward Kirby (NBC net, WLW origination, March 26, 1943), Fast Foto with Ed Roberts (announcer) (WCPO, c. 1944), W. A. C. (NBC net, WLW origination, November 26, 1943), NBC (WLW origination, June 4, 1944). 12. Fans In The Stands with Dick Bray (WSAI, April, 1942). 13. The Squeakin' Deacon with Carl Moore (WLW, c. February, 1944). 14. "You Are My Sunshine" sung by The Delmore Brothers (WLW, December 9, 1941). "Bye Bye Bessie played by Dolly Good and The Buccaneers (WLW, c. February, 1944). 15. Jim Cassidy interviews pilot Don Gentile (WLW, May 20, 1944). Your Son At War with Marshall Pope (WLW, September 15, 1944). Your Son At War (WLW, December 23, 1943) Nick Clooney (host), James C. King (executive producer), Mark Magistrelli (writer, producer), The Williams Brothers, Ed Mason (announcer), Virginia Hayes, Ruth Lyons, Jack Stillwell, Durward Kirby, Ed Roberts (announcer), Dick Bray, Carl Moore, The Delmore Brothers, Dolly Good and The Buccaneers, Jim Cassidy, Don Gentile, Marshall Pope. 31:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52874. Cincinnati Radio: The War Years 1941-1944. WCKY, WSAI, WKRC, WLW, WCPO. Group #1. 1. Travel Time. With Paul Hodges (WLW, May 10, 1941) (1:54). 2. Audition recordings: Doris Day (c. 1944), The Jazz Jesters (August 2, 1941), Marian Spelman (February 1, 1945), The Clooney Sisters (Betty and Rosemary) (c. May, 1945) (3:10). 3. Peter Grant News (WLW, December 7, 1941). President Roosevelt (December 8, 1941). "There's an FDR In Freedom," performed by The Great Lakes Naval Training Command Band (NBC net, WLW origination, March 26, 1943). 4. Partners In Defense (WLW, October 15, 1941) (1:31). 5. Draft Induction in Cumminsville: Jim Cassidy (WSAI, March, 1942) (4:05) 6.Cincinnati Auxiliary Firefighters (May 12, 1942, May 27, 1942). Hamilton County Volunteer Office (WLW origination, April 28, 1942). Scrap Paper Appeal (NBC net, WLW origination, October 1, 1943) Rally For Rubber (WLW, June 18, 1942). Mayor James Garfield Stewart (WKRC, September 13, 1942) (7:03 total). 7. "The Victory Polka" played on "The Fountain Of Fun" by "Mary, Jean, and Betty" (WLW October 10, 1943). 8. "The Joint Is Really Jumping Down In Carnegie Hall (WLW, c. 1943). Nick Clooney (host), James C. King (executive producer), Mark Magistrelli (writer, producer), Paul Hodges, Doris Day, The Jazz Jesters, Marian Spelman, Rosemary Clooney, Betty Clooney, Peter Grant, Franklin Roosevelt, The Great Lakes Naval Training Command Band, Jim Cassidy, James Garfield Stewart, Mary-Jean and Betty. 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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