Copyright 2013, J. David Goldin.
These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of April 28, 2013. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.
76362. Second Sunday. November 9, 1968. NBC net. "The Sexual Revolution". Sustaining. Paul Gebhart and Wardell Pomeroy talk about changes in attitudes about sex. Dean Mell interviews Dr. Barry Ulanov (English Professor at Barnard College, author). Geoffrey Pond interviews Charles Winneck (author of, "The New Sex"). Jim Ayre interviews a lesbian and "Dick," an officer of The Mattachine Society. Vance Packard talks about his book, "The Sexual Wilderness." Roland Ford (of WDSU, New Orleans) interviews a prostitute. Barry Simmons interviews a San Francisco topless dancer. "Rosko" speaks about sex in music and plays tunes with lyrics containing sexual content. Judith Crist is interviewed by Leonard Probst. Richard Gilman (editor of "The New Republic") speaks about "the flood of pornography." The system cue has been deleted. Wardell Pomeroy, Dean Mell, Barry Ulanov, Geoffrey Pond, Charles Winneck, Jim Ayre, Vance Packard, Albert Ellis (author of "Sex Without Guilt"), Edward Blaustein (President of Bennington), Roland Ford, Barry Simmons, Rosko, Judith Crist, Leonard Probst, Richard Gilman, Howard Moody (of The Judson Memorial Church), Herbert Gordon (producer, writer), Peter Bernstock (audio engineer), Jerry Damon (announcer), Al Reyes (director), Edward Smith (director), Susan Perez (? editorial assistant), William Toohey (tape editor), Edwin Newman (host), Paul Gebhart. 46:18. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete as above.
75731. News Of The World. December 20, 1968. NBC net. Participating sponsors. The North Vietnamese are taking advantage of a rift between the U. S. government and the government of South Vietnam. The Barbara Mackle kidnapping. Charles Yost has been named U. S. ambassador to the United Nations. "Drug addiction is running rampant in the U. S. Armed Forces." Bill Ryan (anchor), George Lewis (Paris), Carl Stern (Washington, D. C.), Richard Valeriani (United Nations), Jim Ayre (New York), Sterling Moss (commercial spokesman: A. T. and T.), Bill Fitzgerald (producer), Gene Hamilton (announcer), Russ Ward (promotional announcement), Bob Sossman (director), Peter Bernstock (tape engineer). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
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