Carroll, Carroll

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of July 30, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


77040. President Franklin Roosevelt. June 14, 1936. NBC net. The third (and last) "major address" of his "Pre-Convention Tour" through the South, the Southwest and the Middlewest. The broadcast originates from Vincennes, Indiana. The president dedicates a memorial to George Rogers Clark, before an audience of 30,000. Martial music to fill. Franklin Roosevelt, D. Frank Culbertson (m. c.), Joseph Richards (invocation), Paul McNutt (Governor of Indiana), Carleton Smith (announcer). 33:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

13583. President Franklin Roosevelt. January 3, 1938. Pool feed, NBC net, WFBR, Baltimore aircheck. A "State Of The Union" address. The president says "Our nation is at peace." The speech is complete, but the Mutual net introduction is upcut. Franklin Roosevelt, Carleton Smith (announcer). 53:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

13801. The King and Queen In The U.S.A.. June 8, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. 10:00 P.M. Interviews with four Canadian reporters covering the visit of their Majesties. The final 8:08 of the program only. Jesse McTaggert (The Toronto Star), Thomas Whaley (The Parliamentary press, Ottawa), C. B. Piper (The Evening Telegram, Toronto), Robinson McLain (The Toronto telegram), George Hicks, Carleton Smith. 8:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

13814. The King and Queen In The U.S.A.. June 11, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. 11:00 P.M. The program originates from the Hyde Park, New York railroad station. Their Majesties take leave Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt at Hyde Park, New York, and start for Canada. An orchestra plays "Auld Lang Syne" after the train departs. Carleton Smith (announcer). 14:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77163. President Franklin Roosevelt. January 3, 1940. NBC net. A "State Of The Union" message to a joint session of the seventy-sixth Congress. See cat. #8986 for Mutual net coverage of this event. Fill to time with martial music. Franklin Roosevelt, Carleton Smith (announcer). 45:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

88150. Joe Louis and Johnny Paycheck Preview. March 22, 1940. NBC net. Sustaining. A program promoting the heavyweight championship fight to be held March 29, 1940 (see cat. #88148 for the fight broadcast). At Joe Louis' training camp at Greenwood Lake, New York, Bill Stern interviews Jack Blackburn (Louis' trainer) and John Roxboro (Louis' manager). From Mountain View, New York, Milton Cross introduces Johnny Paycheck (in a mock classical music concert style). Carleton Smith (of Esquire magazine) comments. Johnny plays "Humoresque" on the violin. He's an amateur and not very good. He also plays Brahams' "Lullaby" and dedicates it to Joe Louis! Benny Leonard (Johnny's trainer) says that Johnny is "ready." A well-done, humorous broadcast. Joe Louis, Johnny Paycheck, Carleton Smith, Bill Stern, Jack Blackburn, John Roxboro, Milton Cross, Benny Leonard, Harold Steinman (Johnny's manager), Tex Taylor (of the Des Moines Register). 14:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

9004. President Franklin Roosevelt. October 23, 1940. Mutual net. An excellent and effective campaign speech from Convention Hall, Philedelphia. The system cue has been deleted. Carleton Smith (announcer), Franklin Roosevelt, John Kelly (Chairman of the Roosevelt Campaign, Philadelphia). 44:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

92112. Behind The Mike. January 19, 1941. Blue Network. Sustaining. Graham McNamee describes the activity behind the scenes at NBC's plans to broadcast the inauguration of President Roosevelt tomorrow. Robert Button (assistant program manager of the Blue network) auditions two singers: Jane Clifton and Ann Francine. A salute to "The Man From Cook's," which ran from April 1925 to 1929. A program is recreated by Malcolm LaPrade. Oddities in radio: announcer fluffs by Mel Allen, Deems Taylor, Gabirel Heatter, C. J. Ingrahm (all impersonated). A salute to, "Death Valley Days," "the oldest dramatic half-hour program still on the air." "The Old Ranger" (Jack McBride) reads a letter from a listener and tells how one broadcast prevented a murder-suicide. Tiny Ruffner (host, substituting for Graham McNamee who will be covering President Roosevelt's inauguration tomorrow), Gilbert Martin (announcer), Graham McNamee (from Washington, D. C.), Carleton Smith ("the presidential announcer"), H. R. Baukhage, Patricia Lou Head (11-years-old), Townsend Pachter (? 10-years-old), Robert Button, Jane Clifton, Ann Francine, Malcolm LaPrade, Jack McBride. 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68604. President Franklin Roosevelt. July 21, 1941. NBC net. A message to the nation relating to the retention of military men and national guardsmen for the duration of the "national emergency." The message was sent to Congress in writing, and announced as being for the first time, "transcribed for subsequent radio broadcast to the nation." The first 14:52 of the address only. See also cat. #68543. Franklin Roosevelt, Carleton Smith (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

49439. Pearl Harbor Coverage. December 8, 1941. Blue Network. Sustaining. Blue Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 51. 12:00 to 12:30 P. M. Coverage of a joint session of Congress. Starting with the invocation, Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn calls the session to order. Majority leader John McCormack proposes the resolution to invite the President to speak. Morgan Beatty comments, including remarks about instantaneous news being made possible by radio. Carleton Smith recounts the events of the 1917 declaration of war. H. R. Baukhage reports from the radio gallery of the Senate. Joseph Martin, the House minority leader, is interviewed. Bulletins from New York at 12:17 (2 minutes). Descriptions of the House chamber continue as the President enters. Coverage is identical to cat. #49494 as the Red and Blue nets were simulcasting at this time. Carleton Smith, H. R. Baukhage, John McCormack, Joseph Martin, Morgan Beatty. 31:43. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49494. Pearl Harbor Coverage. December 8, 1941. Red net. Sustaining. Red Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 48. 12:00 to 12:30 P. M. Coverage of the joint session of Congress. Starting with the Invocation, speaker of the House Sam Rayburn calls the session to order. Majority leader John McCormack proposes the resolution to invite the President to speak. Commentary by Morgan Beatty, which includes remarks about the instantaneous news being made possible by radio. Carlton Smith recounts the events of the 1917 Declaration Of War. H. R. Baukhage reports from the radio gallery of the Senate. House Minority Leader Joseph Martin is interviewed. Bulletins from New York at 12:17 P. M. (2 minutes). Descriptions of the House chamber continues. The President enters. Identical coverage to cat. #49439 as the Red and Blue networks were simulcasting at this time. Carleton Smith, H. R. Baukhage, Joseph Martin, Morgan Beatty, Sam Rayburn. 30:47. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

68404. Decalration Of War Against Germany and Italy. December 10, 1941. NBC net. Sustaining. A program broadcast while awaiting the arrival of the war message from the president, from the House of Representatives. H. R. Baukhage provides fill commentary. The president's message is read, followed by the national anthem. The Senate votes ninety to zero for the resolution. H. V. Kaltenborn comments and summarizes the recent events. A news summary follows, sponsored by Mounds (commercial deleted). The British are doing well in Libya, war production is increasing. Dr. Frank Conrad, "The Father Of Broadcasting," has died. A summary of events leading to today's state of war. Carleton Smith, H. R. Baukhage, H. V. Kaltenborn, John Cooper (reporter), Bill Hinds (announcer). 26:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

55261. Wake Up America. April 26, 1942. Program #120. Blue net origination, American Economic Foundation syndication. "Is Revolution Possible In Occupied Europe?". Sustaining. NBC Orthacoustic transcription, program #29. Questions from the audience are taken through KGFF, Shawnee, Oklahoma. A discussion between Jan Valtin ("international authority on the subject of revolution," author of "Out Of The Night"), Carleton Smith (economist, author, traveler, analyst, music critic), and Major General John Hay Beith (former director of public relations of the British War Office, British Army, retired). Jan Valtin, John Hay Beith, Carleton Smith, Fred G. Clark (moderator), Charlie Nobels (announcer). 59:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55741. Wake Up America. June 28, 1942. Program #129. Blue net origination, American Economic Foundation syndication. "Post-War Problems In The Western Hemisphere". Sustaining. NBC Orthacoustic transcription, program #38. Questions from the audience are taken through WSUN, St. Petersberg, Florida. A debate among Carlos Davilla (former president of Chile, Chilean ambassador to the United States), Edward Tomlinson (radio commentator, Inter-American advisor to The Blue Network, journalist, author of "New Roads To Riches In The Other Americas") and Carleton Smith (traveler, lectuerer, economist, author). Fred G. Clark (moderator), Charles Noble (announcer), Carlos Davilla, Edward Tomlinson, Carleton Smith. 44:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

9043. President Franklin Roosevelt. August 12, 1944. Mutual net. The broadcast originates from the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington. The president reports on his recent trip to Alaska and Hawaii. See cat. #80046 for NBC net coverage of this event. Franklin Roosevelt, Carleton Smith (announcer), The Puget Sound Navy Yard Band. 39:15. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

9053. Description Of President Roosevelt's Funeral Services. April 14, 1945. Sustaining. Carleton Smith, Ray Henley. 23:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 16 programs.