Bailey, Bob

Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of July 22, 2016. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


56129. The Northwestern Reviewing Stand. June 13, 1948. Mutual net. "What Can We Do About Traffic Accidents?". Sustaining. Kenneth G. Hants (Assistant Dean Of The School Of Speech), Martin Canelli (Mayor of Chicago), Ned Dearborn (President of The National Safety Council), Erwin Raymer (President Of The Chicago Bar Association), Franklin Kreml (Director of The Northwestern University Traffic Institute, Director of The Traffic Division of The International Chiefs Of Police), Bill O'Connor (announcer). 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21746. Variety Bandbox. July 31, 1949. Program #48. BBC syndication. Sustaining. The program originates from the Camberwell Palace, London. Bill O'Connor (announcer), Billy Trenent and His Orchestra, Freddy Gardner, Jackie Allen and Barbara (xylophone duet), Joyce Goldin, Leon Cortez (comedian). 28 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

24883. The Silver Eagle. July 20, 1954. ABC net, Chicago origination. "Decoy For Death". Sponsored by: Wheaties, Cheerios. Chicago origination. "The Most Famous Mountie Of Them All." Sergeant Jim West and his French-Canadian buddy Joe Bideaux, are sure a rancher's sister has been murdered, but where's the body? Produced and transcribed by Jewel Radio Productions. Jim Ameche, Bill O'Connor (announcer), Jack Lester (pronounced "Jacques LeStair"), James Jewell (producer). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

102437. The Silver Eagle. July 22, 1954. ABC net, Chicago origination. "Indian War Cloud". Commercials added locally. "A cry of the wild, a trail of danger! A scarlet rider of the Northwest Mounted serving justice with the swiftness of an arrow. The Silver Eagle! A gang of bad guys attacks a Cree hunting party and kills them all, planning to start inter-tribal warfare. Mountie Jim West to the rescue, along with his huge French-Canadian sidekick, Joe Bideaux. Produced and transcribed by Jewel Radio Productions. Jim Ameche, Richard Thorne (writer), Bill O'Connor (announcer), Jack Lester (pronounced "Jacques Le Stair"), James Jewell (producer). 21:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

102438. The Silver Eagle. December 2, 1954. ABC net, Chicago origination. "Border Renegade". Sponsored by: Cheerios, Wheaties (cardboard phono record premium). "The untamed North...frontier of adventure and peril! The Lonbe, mysterious North, where one man, dedicated to the motto of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police places danger and death to bring in the lawless and maintain the the right! The most famous Mountie of them all...The Silver Eagle!" Sergeant Preston gets a run (or a dog sled ride) for his money! Produced and transcribed by Jewel Radio Productions. A plan to rustle cattle from Canadian Indians is hatched in Montana. Watch out for the half-breed, Buffalo Jake. Each one of the premium records plays up to 60 seconds! Jim Ameche, James Lawrence (writer), Bill O'Connor (announcer), Jack Lester (pronounced "Jacques Le Stair"), James Jewell (producer), Robert Wolson (recording director). 24:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

28762. Who's Talking?. WGN, Chicago. An audition for Hal Rate Radio Productions. "A Mystery-Quiz Game." Bill O'Connor, Pierre Andre (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 6 programs.