The Ohio Story

Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of February 01, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


94015. The Ohio Story. April 2, 1947. Ohio Bell syndication, "A special network of Ohio radio stations". "Sound On Paper". Sponsored by: Ohio Bell. The story of the early life of Charles Francis Brush and the Brush Development Company. The Brush Soundmirror was the first sound tape recorder for home use. This may be the first broadcast describing a tape recorder. Robert Waldrop records his voice on a Sound Mirror and plays it back on the air! Robert Waldrop (narrator). 14:28. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

94016. The Ohio Story. September 20, 1948. Ohio Bell syndication, "A special network of Ohio radio stations". "Charlie Kettering's Problem". Sponsored by: Ohio Bell. The story of Charles Kettering, the famous inventor from Loudonville, Ohio. Robert Waldrop (narrator). 14:49. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

67775. The Ohio Story. April 11, 1949. Ohio Special network. "Hot Dog Stevens". Sponsored by: Ohio Bell. Robert Waldrop tells the story of the man who invented the hot dog. The program is also referred to as, "Ohio Story." Robert Waldrop (narrator), Stuart Buchanan (producer), Frank Siedel (writer), Earl Rohlf (composer), Tom Field (announcer). 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

67776. The Ohio Story. April 18, 1949. Ohio Special network. "Birth Of The Majors". Sponsored by: Ohio Bell. The story of The Redstockings, the first professional baseball team, and their first fifty-five victories, with no defeats! The program is also referred to as, "Ohio Story." Robert Waldrop (narrator), Frank Siedel (writer), Earl Rohlf (composer), Tom Field (announcer). 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

67132. The Ohio Story. April 25, 1949. Ohio Bell syndication, "A special network of Ohio radio stations". "Ohio's Scotland Yard". Sponsored by: Ohio Bell. The story of "The Ohio State Bureau Of Criminal Identification and Investigation" is dramatized. The bureau tracks down and captures a "break and enter" criminal. Robert Waldrop (narrator), Tom Field (? announcer), Stuart Buchanan (producer), Frank Siedel (writer), Earl Rohlf (original music). 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

67133. The Ohio Story. May 2, 1949. Ohio Bell syndication, "A special network of Ohio radio stations". "Steel For The Republic". Sponsored by: Ohio Bell. A dramatized history of alloy steel manufacturing in Ohio. Stuart Buchanan (producer), Frank Siedel (writer), Earl Rohlf (? original music), Robert Waldrop (narrator), Tom Field (? announcer). 14:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 6 programs.