Destination Tomorrow

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.


27218. Destination Tomorrow. December 16, 1944. Program #1. CBS net. Sustaining. Announced as the first of six programs (the series actually ran fifteen). The program has excellent organ bridges and stabs. What will happen to the returning soldiers after the war? Will they have jobs? Produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Dwight Hauser (writer), Robert Hafter (producer). 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27219. Destination Tomorrow. December 23, 1944. Program #2. CBS net. Sustaining. What will happen to war workers after the war? Announced as a series of six programs. Produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Dwight Hauser (writer), Robert Hafter (producer). 14:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27220. Destination Tomorrow. December 30, 1944. Program #3. CBS net. Sustaining. An examination of racial and religious intolerance and other forms of discrimination. Produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Dwight Hauser (writer), Robert Hafter (producer). 14:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27221. Destination Tomorrow. January 6, 1945. Program #4. CBS net. Sustaining. Does man do his best only for war? Full employment is the answer for a better tomorrow! Produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), William Conrad, Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Dwight Hauser (writer), Robert Hafter (producer). 14:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27222. Destination Tomorrow. January 13, 1945. Program #5. CBS net. Sustaining. The program advocates government employment of returning soldiers if private industry does not hire them, severance pay for war workers, immediate unemployment insurance, old age and disability insurance and public assistance! Produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Dwight Hauser (writer), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Robert Hafter (producer). 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27223. Destination Tomorrow. January 20, 1945. Program #6. CBS net. "Full Employment and The Economy Of Abundance". Sustaining. The conclusion of the "Postwar Planning" series. The series is produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Dwight Hauser (writer), Robert Hafter (producer). 14:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27224. Destination Tomorrow. January 27, 1945. Program #7. CBS net. "The Right To A Useful Job". Sustaining. A description of the first of a "New Bill Of Rights." The series is produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt), William Conrad, Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Dwight Hauser (writer, producer). 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27225. Destination Tomorrow. February 3, 1945. Program #8. CBS net. "The Right To Earn". Sustaining. The second of a "New Bill Of Rights." How the reduced paycheck that will be coming for many at the end of the war can have a snowball effect. The series is produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Dwight Hauser (writer, producer). 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27226. Destination Tomorrow. February 10, 1945. Program #9. CBS net. Sustaining. The "right" of the farmer to sell his produce at a price that can earn a decent living for himself. The program advocates the repeal of the law of supply and demand and its replacement by government interventions! The series is produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Chet Huntley (narrator), Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Dwight Hauser (writer, producer). 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27227. Destination Tomorrow. February 17, 1945. Program #10. CBS net. Sustaining. The "rights and responsibilities" of American business in our democracy. Produced in cooperation with the Haines Foundation. Dwight Hauser (writer, producer), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Chet Huntley (narrator), Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt). 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27228. Destination Tomorrow. February 24, 1945. Program #11. CBS net. Sustaining. The "right" of every family to a "decent" home. Produced in cooperation with the Haines Foundation. William Conrad, Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Chet Huntley (narrator), Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Dwight Hauser (writer, producer). 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27229. Destination Tomorrow. March 3, 1945. Program #12. CBS net. Sustaining. The "right" of all to good health and medical treatment. The series is produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. William Conrad, Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Chet Huntley (narrator), Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt), Dwight Hauser (writer, producer). 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27230. Destination Tomorrow. March 10, 1945. Program #13. CBS net. Sustaining. The "right" of "Freedom From Economic Fear" in illness, accident, old age, unemployment. The series is produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. William Conrad, Dwight Hauser (writer, producer), Chet Huntley (narrator), Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt). 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27231. Destination Tomorrow. March 17, 1945. Program #14. CBS net. Sustaining. The "right" of all to a good education. The series is produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. William Conrad, Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), William Conrad (announcer), Dwight Hauser (writer, producer), Chet Huntley (narrator), Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt). 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27232. Destination Tomorrow. March 24, 1945. Program #15. CBS net. Sustaining. 1:00 P. M. The last show of the series. Lud Gluskin and his Orchestra replaces the organ heard on the previous programs. A well-done summing-up of the series. The series is produced in consultation with the Haines Foundation. Stan Freberg (as President Roosevelt; billed as "Stanley Freberg"), Lud Gluskin and His Orchestra, Gwendolyn Peacher (supervisor), Charles W. Elliott (consultant), Dwight Hauser (writer, producer), Chet Huntley (narrator), William Conrad. 29:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 15 programs.