The Endless Frontier

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.


27328. The Endless Frontier. January 26, 1952. Program #1. NBC net. "Our Daily Bread". Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with the Health Information Foundation. The first show of the series (of five shows). "Our Daily Bread; the science of nutrition. A drama/documentary with actuality recordings. Raymond Massey, Fred Weihe (director), Wade Arnold (producer, writer). 29:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

56970. The Endless Frontier. February 3, 1952. Program #2. NBC net origination, Health Information Foundation syndication. "The Search". Sustaining. A drama/documentary about the fight against cancer. The date is approximate. Raymond Massey (narrator), Ben Grauer (announcer), Wade Arnold (producer). 29:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56968. The Endless Frontier. February 10, 1952. Program #3. NBC net origination, Health Information Foundation syndication. "The Trouble Shooters". Sustaining. A mixture of medicine and morals. A drama/documentary about the work involved in the synthesis and manufacture of "Compound E" and how it came to be used for rheumatoid arthritis. "Compound E" came to be known as "Cortisone." The announcer claims that this broadcast is the first in the series. However, "Our Daily Bread" (see cat. #27328), which is a broadcast recording, also claims to be the first program in the series. Perhaps "The Trouble Shooters" is the first of the syndicated versions, "Our Daily Bread" the first of the broadcast series from which the syndicated versions were derived. The date is approximate. Raymond Massey (narrator), Ben Grauer (announcer), Wade Arnold (producer). 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56967. The Endless Frontier. February 17, 1952. Program #4. NBC net origination, Health Information Foundation syndication. "Only One To A Customer". Sustaining. The heart, it beats one hundred thousand times a day, and you only get one of them. How the city of Cleveland battles against heart disease. A dramatized documentary. The date is approximate. Raymond Massey (narrator), Ben Grauer (announcer), Wade Arnold (producer). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56969. The Endless Frontier. February 24, 1952. Program #5. NBC net origination, National Information Foundation syndication. "P.F.C. Bill Smith: Man Alive". Sustaining. The typical odyssey of a wounded soldier in Korea. A drama/documentary about medical treatment given to our Army in Korea. The date is approximate. News of the use of the newly invented "Methadone" as a pain killer for wounded soldiers. The latest development, the "M. A. S. H." hospital is described. The date is approximate. Raymond Massey (narrator), Ben Grauer (announcer), Wade Arnold (producer). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 5 programs.