The Eleanor Roosevelt Program

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.


66805. The Eleanor Roosevelt Program. January 1, 1951. WNBC, New York. Sponsored by: Participating sponsors (messages suspended for New Year's day). The program was recorded at Mrs. Roosevelt's suite at The Park Sheraton Hotel, New York City. Her son, Elliot, is the the program's announcer! Mrs. Roosevelt introduces world leaders, who tell about their hopes for the coming year. Eleanor and Elliot discuss the question: "If the troops in Korea are called "United Nations" forces, why are there more American men fighting there than all other countries combined?" Mrs. Roosevelt addresses our troops in Korea. Herman Santacruz (U. N. ambassador from Chile), Rene Plevin (? Premier of France), Benegal Rao (U. N. ambassador from India), Abba Eban (announced as Aubrey Eban, U. N. ambassador from Israel and Israeli ambassador to the United States), Carlos Romulo (U. N. ambassador from the Philippines, former president of the General Assembly), Eleanor Roosevelt, Gladwin Jebb (U. N. ambassador from Great Britain), Elliot Roosevelt. 44:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77036. The Eleanor Roosevelt Program. May 28, 1951. Commercials deleted. Mrs. Roosevelt speaks from Geneva, where she's attending a meeting of The United Nations Human Rights Commission. Mrs. Roosevelt interviews Urs Schwartz (?), foreign editor of Neue Zuricher Zeitung, a Zurich newspaper. The announcer is Mrs. Roosevlt's son. Eleanor Roosevelt, Henry Roosevelt. 23:40. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

77037. The Eleanor Roosevelt Program. May 29, 1951. Commercials deleted. Mrs. Roosevelt speaks from Geneva, where she's attending a meeting of The United Nations Human Rights Commission. Mrs. Roosevelt interviews Dr. Martha Elliot, former Associate Chief of The United Nations Children's Bureau, now the Assistant Director General of The World Health Organization. Eleanor Roosevelt, Elliot Roosevelt (announcer). 24:14. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

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