Doctor I.Q.

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.


77491. Doctor I.Q.. July 17, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Milky Way. The program originates from The Chicago Theatre, Chicago. The first question is, "What is the current name of Peking, the capitol of China?" One of the contestants identifies Alfred Smith with the first clue only, only the second person to ever do this. An interesting show. Lew Valentine, Donald Doud, Norm Barry, Bob Brown, Gene Rouse, Lynn Bryant, Allen C. Anthony. 29:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

49521. Doctor I.Q.. December 8, 1941. Red net. Sponsored by: Dr. I. Q. Candy Bar. Red Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 75. 9:00 to 9:30 P. M. Preceded by news bulletins: all four Spokane radio stations went off the air as of 8:00 P. M. All radio stations in Washington state, Oregon, eastern Idaho are off the air. The government of Shanghai is safe and well. All American officials are safe. "All is quiet in Hawaii." Chinese will wear a lapel button to show that they're not Japanese. Thirty one countries are at war, the total is to reach forty tomorrow (1:57). The program originates from The Orpheum Theatre, Des Moines. The first question is "Is Pearl Harbor located on Hawaii?" Dr. I. Q. mispronounces "Oahu" twice. Dr. I. Q. has a special message to listeners in Hawaii and the Pacific. At the end of the program, the audience sings the national anthem. Allen C. Anthony (announcer), Bill Brown (announcer), Bobby Griffen (announcer), Dick Anderson, Glen Parker (announcer), Jack Harrigan (announcer), Jim McCullough, Lew Valentine (quizmaster). 28:00. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

18. Doctor I.Q.. January 26, 1942. NBC net, WEAF, New York City aircheck. Sponsored by: Dr. I.Q. Candy Bars. The program originates from Shay's Buffalo Theatre, Buffalo, New York. The first question is, "What is the West Point Of The Air," and where is it located?" Lew Valentine (host), Charley Lewis (announcer-assistant, Dr. I.Q. refers to him as "Charley Lyons" during the program), Bill Mayhew (assistant-announcer), Ed Reimers (announcer-assistant), Allen C. Anthony (announcer), Ward Venton (announcer-assistant), Pat Hill (announcer-assistant), Ken Powell (announcer-assistant). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68870. Doctor I.Q.. November 23, 1942. NBC net KDKA, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Vitamins Plus, Lava Soap (local). The program originates from the Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh. The first 3:04 of the program only. Allen C. Anthony (announcer). 3:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

80140. Doctor I.Q.. July 17, 1944. NBC net. Sponsored by: Milky Way. The program originates from The Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis. The first question is, "What is the 'Purple Heart Circuit'?" One of the contestants stops the show when asked, "To what grain is the term 'corn' applied?" He answers, "Liquor!" The first 14:23 of the program only. Lew Valentine (host), Allen C. Anthony (announcer), Jim Valentine, Randy Merriman, Doug Melgess, Carl Carnstedt (?), Sam Levitan, Glen Harris. 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

Report contains 5 programs.