The CBS Morning News Roundup

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.

69350. The CBS Morning News Roundup. August 6, 1945. CBS net. Sustaining. 8:00 A. M. (three hours before the drop of the first atomic bomb on Japan). Alan Jackson reports (from New York) that General MacArthur's headquarters believes that the Japanese home islands will definitely have to be invaded. Webley Edwards reports (from Guam) that the Japanese home islands were bombed yesterday, including Tokyo. Charles Collingwood (from Paris) reports on the continuing trial of Marshal Petain. Douglas Edwards (from London) reports about the continuing railroad strike. Joseph McCaffrey (from Washington, D. C.) reports on the death of Senator Hiram Johnson. Alan Jackson, Webley Edwards, Charles Collingwood, Douglas Edwards, Joseph McCaffrey. 14:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

69351. The CBS Morning News Roundup. August 7, 1945. CBS net. Sustaining. Alan Jackson (from New York) reports that it's been twenty two hours since the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. Tokyo admits heavy damage and is not sure what caused the destruction. Will Tokyo be the next target? Katharine Clark (from Berlin) reports on German reaction to the atomic bomb. Fanrsworth Fowle reports (from Russia). Norwalk Connecticut is to celebrate Christmas tomorrow! Gunnar Back reports (from Washington, D. C.), speculating about the atomic bomb and the future of atomic energy. Alan Jackson, Katharine Clark, Farnsworth Fowle, Gunnar Back. 14:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

60659. The CBS Morning News Roundup. May 1, 1946. CBS net. Sustaining. News of the world: May Day is celebrated in Japan, MacArthur takes no precautions despite assassination threats. Bill Shadel (Washington D. C.): reactions to the United Nation's report on Palestine. Howard K. Smith (London): proposals to nationalize atomic research and production in the United Kingdom. Joe Parker (Rome): an Italian radio station has broadcast a program in praise of Mussolini. Richard C. Hottelet (Paris): the foreign minister's conference. Alan Jackson (New York anchor), Bill Shadel, Howard K. Smith, Joe Parker, Richard C. Hottelet. 14:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

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