Quintet, The B. B. King

Copyright 2015, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of January 20, 2015. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


6780. 1937 Shakespeare Festival. August 30, 1937. Program #8. CBS net. "Twelfth Night". Sustaining. The final program of the series. Tallulah Bankhead, Cedric Hardwicke, Orson Welles, William Shakespeare (author), Brewster Morgan (adaptor, producer), Mark Smith, Estelle Winwood, Robert Strauss, Helen Menken, Burford Hampden, John Griggs, Ray Collins, Niles Welch, Sydney Smith, Conway Tearle (narrator), Victor Bey (arranger, conductor). 59:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66356. Great Plays. November 13, 1938. Program #5. Blue Network. "A Midsummer's Night's Dream". Sustaining. H. Leopold Spitalny conducts the score by Mendelssohn. William Thornton, Joseph Curtin, Burford Hampden, Stanley Waxman, Alan McIntieu (?), William Shakespeare (author), Burns Mantle (host), Adele Harrison, H. Leopold Spitalny (conductor), James Church (director), Whitford Kane, Ian Martin, Robert Strauss, J. Malcolm Dunne, Irene Tedrow, Carleton Benton Reid, Helen Walpole, Blevins Davis (series arranger), Katherine Squire. 58:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66325. Great Plays. March 26, 1939. Program #22. Blue Network. "Peter Pan". Sustaining. An excellent dramatization of the classic fantasy for children and adults as well. Joseph Hauntie (orchestra conductor), Katherine Squire, Ian Martin, Earle Larrimore, Marion Evansen, Madeleine Pierce, Tommy Donnelly, Don Russell, Nancy Peterson, Ronald Liss, Lawrence Robinson, Adele Harrison, Eustace Wyatt, Burford Hampden, J. Malcolm Dunne, Stanley Harrison, Burns Mantle (host), James Barrie (author), Robert Strauss, Bess Fraleigh, Harry Breuer, Blevins Davis (producer), Eva Le Gallienne, James Church (adaptor, producer, director). 58:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4693. Radio Guild. November 29, 1939. Blue Network. "The Shrinking Mr. Pertwie". Sustaining. 9:00 P. M. "The first fantasy of the fall series." A meek accountant causes a furor when he shrinks two inches every time he falls asleep. Robert Strauss, Peggy Allen, Emil Fisher (writer), Tom Bennett (composer), Joseph Hauntie (conductor). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

47584. This Is My Story. December 29, 1956. WRCA, New York. "Act Of Trust". Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with The Federation Of Jewish Philanthropies. An announcement is made that the series has won the "Ohio State Award." An attempt to get a job for a prisoner, a second chance at life. Bryna Raeburn, Gilbert Mack, Himan Brown (director), Jack Costello (announcer), Lawson Zerbe, Leon Janney, Robert Smith (script supervisor), Robert Strauss, Samuel Elkins (writer). 38:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39540. President Ronald Reagan. October 25, 1986. Pool feed, WINS, New York aircheck. Sustaining. Radio-only address to the nation. Mr. Reagan comments about domestic economic matters after signing his tax reform bill. Democratic Party response by former chairman Robert Strauss. Ronald Reagan, Robert Strauss. 10:16. Audio condition: Excellent AM. Complete.

39685. President Ronald Reagan. March 19, 1987. Pool feed, WTNH-TV, New Haven Connecticut aircheck. Sustaining. A press conference from Washington, D. C., Mr. Reagan's first in four months. Most questions asked are about the Iran-Contra scandal. The President speaks about thirty-five minutes. Democratic Party viewpoints by Senator Alan Simpson (Wyoming) and Robert Strauss (former Chairman of the Democratic Party). Three journalists from around the country comment. Alan Simpson, Robert Strauss, Ronald Reagan. 58:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39943. Meet The Press. May 10, 1987. NBC-TV net, WNBC-TV, New York audio aircheck. Participating sponsors. Guests: Democratic Party candidates: Richard Gephardt, Jesse Jackson. Chris Wallace hosts the show for the first time. Guests: Robert Strauss (former chairman of the Democratic National Committee), Abe Rosenthal (New York Times). Program topic: The withdrawal of Gary Hart as a presidential candidate. Richard Gephardt, Jesse Jackson, Chris Wallace (host), Robert Strauss, Abe Rosenthal. 28:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

47443. President George Bush. August 20, 1991. Pool feed, C-SPAN aircheck. Sustaining. Press conference from the Rose Garden of the White House. Robert Strauss had just recently been named ambassador to the Soviet Union (he speaks briefly). All questions about the coup in the Soviet Union. George Bush, Robert Strauss. 28:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 9 programs.