Copyright 2015, J. David Goldin.
These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of October 23, 2015. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.
38025. NASA Audio News Features. October 1973. Program #28. NASA syndication. "Special 15th Anniversary Release". Sustaining. 1. Dr. Christopher Kraft, Astronaut Alan Shepard, Johnson Space Center 2. Donald Hearth, Goddard Spaceflight Center 3. Bruce Lundin, Lewis Research Center 4. Dr. William Pickering, JPL 5. Walter Kapryan, Kennedy Space Center 6. E. M. Cortright, Langley Research Center 7. Lee Scherer, Flight Research Center, California 8. Dr. Hans Mark, Ames Research Center 9. Dr. Rocco Petrone, Marshall Spaceflight Center Alan Shepard, Bruce Lundin, Christopher Kraft, Donald Hearth, E. M. Cartwright, Hans Mark, Lee Scherer, Rocco Petrone, Walter Kapryan, William Pickering. 34:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
25836. Nightline. March 22, 1982. ABC-TV net, WTNH-TV, New Haven, Connecticut aircheck. Participating sponsors. Coverage of the third space shuttle launching. With Ray Bradbury (author), Eugene Cernan (commander of Apollo 17), Dr. Hans Mark (deputy director of NASA). Ray Bradbury, Eugene Cernan, Hans Mark. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
38649. The Space Story. July 11, 1983. Program #1026 to 1029. NASA syndication. Sustaining. 1026. "Tethered Satellite System," with Dr. Hans Mark (Deputy Admin., NASA) and Dr. Carlo Bongiorno (Univ. of Rome) 1027. "Circadian Rhythm Studies," with Dr. Charles Winget (Ames) 1028. "Composite Materials Used To Aid Handicapped," with Robert Baucon (Langley Research Center) 1029. "Planetary Exploration," with Dr. David Morrison (Univ. of Hawaii). Robert Baucon, David Morrison, Hans Mark, Carlo Bongiorno, Charles Winget. 18:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
38037. Face The Nation. February 2, 1986. CBS-TV net, WCBS-TV, New York aircheck. "Setback For The Shuttle Program". Participating sponsors. Leslie Stahl (moderator), Patrick Smith (brother of Challenger pilot Michael Smith), Jake Garn (Utah), Alex Roland (space historian), William Graham (Acting Director of NASA), Hans Mark (former NASA official). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
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