Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember

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.


55697. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #6. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "Seasoned Timber". Sustaining. Twelfth series. The date is approximate. The head of The Clifford Academy, a private school, is surprised to receive a bequest of $1,000,000. But there's a catch or two, including the exclusion of Jews! Raymond Massey, Dorothy Canfield Fisher (author), Sigmund Miller (adaptor), Harold Franklin (producer), Earle McGill (director). 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55696. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #5. The Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "Yes, Your Honesty". Sustaining. Twelfth series. The date is approximate. A Russian emigrant is given a summons for picking the flowers. Earle McGill (producer), George Papashvily (author), Harold Franklin (producer), Helen Papashvily (author), Stefan Schnabel. 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19264. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #12. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "Watch That Play, Little Man". Sustaining. The football team at a private school wants to be All-American. The date is approximate. Jay Jostyn, Earle McGill (director), Joe Archibald (story), Jack Bentkover (script), Harold Franklin (producer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19263. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #11. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "My Song, Yankee Doodle". Sustaining. Series C. A Chinese boy is afraid to lose face by dressing as did his ancestors, but bows to the wishes of honorable parents. A good story. The date is approximate. Helen Claire, Earle McGill (director), Carl Glick (story), Sigmund Miller (script), Harold Franklin (producer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19262. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #10. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "Act Of Faith". Sustaining. Series C. Some G. I.s in France have a chance for a leave in Paris, but a Jewish soldier's souvenir Luger is the price of the ticket. Well written, good radio. The date is approximate. Alan Baxter, Irwin Shaw (story), Sigmund Miller (script), Harold Franklin (producer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19261. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #9. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "There Isn't Time Now". Sustaining. Series C. A teen-age girl must decide how to react when her friend is excluded from her club because she's Jewish. The date is approximate. Bambi Lynn, Earle McGill (director), Helen Grequtt (story), Milton Wayne (script), Harold Franklin (producer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19260. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #8. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "That Greek Dog". Sustaining. Series C. Racial intolerance and a faithful dog. Excellent radio, good dramatic writing. The date is approximate. McKinley Cantor (writer), Sigmund Miller (adaptor), Harold Franklin (producer), Everett Sloane, Earle McGill (director). 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19259. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #7. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "Birthday Gift". Sustaining. Series C. An excellent story of racial tolerance. A young boy is forced to tell his best pal (a Negro), that he cannot come to his birthday party. The date is approximate. Earle McGill (director), B. J. Chute (writer), Milton Wayne (adaptor), Harold Franklin (producer), Hugh Marlowe (narrator). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19258. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #4. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "My Little Boy". Sustaining. Series C. A fine story for radio as a young boy learns a valuable lesson...the easy way. The date is approximate. Melvyn Douglas, Earle McGill (director), Carl Ewald (writer), Sigmund Miller (script), Harold Franklin (producer). 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19257. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #3. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "Rosika, The Rose". Sustaining. Series C. Is it possible for a Hungarian girl to marry a Greek boy? Only in America! A fine lesson in ethnic tolerance. The date is approximate. Vera Zorina, Earle McGill (director), Claudia Cranston (writer), Jack Bentkover (adaptor), Harold Franklin (producer), David Ross (narrator). 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19256. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #2. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "The Outcasts". Sustaining. Series C. A well-done lesson about anti-Semitism and prejudice. A committee is formed when "undesirables" threaten to move in. (series C is described as the 12th). The date is approximate. Ralph Bellamy, Earle McGill (director), B. J. Chute (writer). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19255. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. 1948. Program #1. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "The Lesson". Sustaining. Series C. A traumatic first school day for the daughter of an immigrant coal miner. The date is approximate. Geraldine Fitzgerald, Earle McGill (director), Mary Leslie Harrison (writer). 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27341. Lest We Forget: Stories To Remember. Program #13. Institute For Democratic Education syndication. "Bonus Notches Pal". Sustaining. Series C. A heartwarming story about a farmer and his wife who are sailing to South America to visit their son. Betty Garde, Harold Franklin (script, producer), Dorothy Walworth (writer), Earle McGill (director). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 13 programs.