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VOICES IN THE HEADLINES: ABC RADIO NEWS
Edward Kennedy, Fred Foy, Edward J. McCormack
Voices in The Headlines was an American news program broadcast on ABC radio featuring the top news stories of the day. It was hosted by long-time radio and television announcer Fred Foy.
A report on Edward (Ted)) Kennedy and Edward J. McCormack as both seek the nomination for United States Senator from Massachusetts. McCormack attacks Kennedy as inexperienced and money will not get him elected.
The last 2 minutes of the broadcast.
Host: Fred Foy.
SENATORIAL DEBATE: EDWARD KENNEDY VS EDWARD MCCORMACK
Edward Kennedy, Edward McCormack
A debate between Edward Kennedy and Edward McCormack for the Democratic nomination of Senator from Massachusetts.
CBS NEWS WITH DOUGLAS EDWARDS, THE
Jacob Javits, Douglas Edwards, Edward Kennedy, Robert Morganthau
President Kennedy's brother (Ted Kennedy) wins the Democratic primary in Massachusetts for Senator, comment by Ted Kennedy, Robert Morganthau is nominated for Governor of New York, Senator Jacob Javits is renominated, the UN opens fall session, integration news.
Walter Cronkite, Chet Huntley, John Chancellor, Nelson Rockefeller, Jacob Javits, Robert Trout, Edward Kennedy, William Scranton, Richard M. Nixon, Howard K. Smith, John Wingate, George Romney, Pat Brown, Lisa Howard, Edward Newman
Election day returns with coverage by ABC, NBC, CBS, WOR TV...William Scranton, George Romney, Pat Brown, Nelson Rockefeller, and Jacob Javits all win elections in their respective states.
ELECTION RETURNS: EDWARD KENNEDY WINS RACE FOR SENATE.
Edward Kennedy wins Massachusetts Senate seat.
He makes a victory statement.
JACK PAAR PROGRAM, THE
Jack Paar, Ted Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Joan Kennedy, Mr and Mrs. Edward Kennedy, Edward Kenned, Joseph Kennedy
September 21st, 1962- September 10th, 1965 (NBC)
Jack's guests are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kennedy.
Open of the show is heard. Jack Paar mentions in his monologue that "a lot of excitement going on here back stage." Jack states that Edward Kennedy is handsome but has a strange accent. Also remarks related to TV trends, fluffs. Jose Melies anecdote when he and Jack were in the service together.
Jack Paar introduces Edward Ted Kennedy and his wife Joan Kennedy. Jack comments on home movies of the Kennedy family. Questions asked by Paar to Kennedy:
"Are there drawbacks as a brother of a President elected to the Senate?" "What interests does Edward Kennedy have, away from political life?"
Joan remembers when she first met her husband. Anecdotes related to their 20 nephews. Reflections on the Primary and the recent Election by both Teddy and Joan Kennedy.
It is remembered that father Joseph Kennedy felt that of all his sons, Joseph Kennedy was the brightest and with the most promising future.
Ted remembers how he felt at age 12 hearing of Joe's death. He remembers a sailing outing with his brother Joe, both winning a race.
Kennedy remembers PT109 moments related to brother John, and his reaction.
Anecdotes about the convention.
Joan states she is looking forward to moving to Washington DC.
Included,an Anacin commercial ("Mother I'd Rather Do It Myself").
Nelson Rockefeller, Fidel Castro, Edward Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Tony Marvin
World Today is a radio news program broadcast over the Mutual Broadcasting System and hosted by Tony Marvin.
The top news stories of 1962. Part 1-the Cuban missile crisis, the Cuban invasion prisoners ransomed by Castro for $63 million dollars, the China-Indian fighting, the rift between the Soviets and Red China, President Kennedy chides steel companies for threatened price rise, the stock market slumps severely, Edward Kennedy wins Senatorial seat in Massachusetts, Nelson Rockefeller wins reelection as the Governor of New York State, Nixon's farewell news conference
following gubernatorial defeat in the California election, President Kennedy is subject to considerable joking and takeoff by comedians.
Host: Tony Marvin.
TV ALBUM: NEWS-REVIEW OF1962
Nelson Rockefeller, John Glenn, James Meredith, Walter Schirra, Edward Kennedy, William Scranton, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Jawaharlal Nehru, Robert Kennedy, George Romney, Scott Carpenter, Pat Brown, Andriyan Nikolayev, Pope John, Pavel Popovich, Eleanor Rossevelt, Ethel Kennedy
The space flights of John Glenn, Scott Carpenter, Pavel Popovich, Walter Schirra, and Andriyan Nikolayev, the first TV transmission via Telstar to and from Europe, the Ecumenical Council opens in Rome through the efforts of Pope John. Russia and the US continue nuclear testing, Ban-the-Bomb demonstrators in US and England, racial crisis: James Meredith, University of Mississippi, conflict, riots, the crisis in Albany, Georgia, President Kennedy objects to US Steel price rise, Black Monday, May 28th, Wall Street plunges, mid-term elections- Rockefeller, Romney, Scranton win Governorships, Pat Brown defeats Richard Nixon for Governorship of California, Edward Kennedy wins Massachusetts Senate seat, the Kennedy family and its activities such as Mrs. Kennedy's travels and social activities, a tour by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy of the Far East, US involvement in South Vietnam, Chinese armies invade India, Prime Minister Nehru comments on India's position, Cuban missile crisis, the return of the Cuban "Bay-Of-Pigs" prisoners, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt dies, comments by Mrs. Roosevelt and President Kennedy.
BARRY GRAY INTERVIEWS, THE: WMCA RADIO
Mort Sahl, Edward Kennedy, Barry Gray
Barry Gray was an American radio personality, often referred to as "the father of talk radio." His late-night New York City radio talk show was carried by WOR radio and then later by WMCA.
Barry Gray returned to WMCA in 1950, and stayed there for 39 years, refining the talk show format still utilized today. During the 1960s, he was in the odd position of having an 11 p.m.-1 a.m. late-night talk show on a station otherwise dominated by Top 40 music and the youth-targeted "Good Guys" disc jockey campaign. But for teenagers who kept their radios on into the night, Gray's show was a window into the high-brow New York culture of the 1940s and 1950s.
Barry's guest is comedian Mort Sahl who is interrupted by a news bulletin about a plane crash involving Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts.
Host: Barry Gray.
ABC RADIO NEWS WITH BAYLOR LANGTON
Edward Kennedy, Charles De Gaulle, Baylor Langton
More news of the plane crash involving Massachusetts Senator Edward Kennedy, his back might be broken, he might be hospitalized for one year, Charles De Gaulle cautions Peking on South Vietnam.
Baylor Langton? reports.
NBC NEWS, HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY REPORT, THE
David Brinkley, Chet Huntley, Edward Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Ismet Inonu
Racial disturbances at a beach in Florida, in Mississippi a civil rights group train northern whites to aid negroes in the south-trainees learn to protect themselves from hostile mobs, three civil rights workers (two from the north) are missing in Mississippi, Senator Edward Kennedy is doing OK in the hospital following plane crash, President Johnson greets Turkish Premier Ismet Inonu-they discuss the Turkish-Cyprus problem.
MEMORY OF A MAN: TRIBUTE TO ROBERT F. KENNEDY
David Frost, Robert F. Kennedy, George Plimpton, Steve Smith, Adam Malinsky, Edward Kennedy
Remembering the one year anniversary of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, David Frost presents an interview with Kennedy (filmed on March 25, 1968). This interview, telecast for the first time, is shown in it's entirety, unedited with slates and interruptions exactly the way it was recorded. Frost indicates that this may have been the last personal interview given by the late Senator. It was recorded in a hotel room in Portland, Oregon. Senator Kennedy talks about communism, his heroes, his public image, how he would like to be remembered, the future of America and the Kennedy mystique. At the conclusion of the program, David Frost talks with George Plimpton, Steve Smith (RFK's brother-in-law and campaign manager) and Adam Malinsky (chief speech writer for RFK). They evaluate the Kennedy interview given one year previous. The broadcast concludes with a tape of Senator Edward Kennedy's eulogy for his brother at the time of Robert F. Kennedy's funeral, on June 6, 1968.
SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY'S STATEMENT ON CHAPPAQUIDDICK
Edward Kennedy, Mary Jo Kopechne, Lou Wood
Live radio coverage of Senator Edward Kennedy's statement about the drowning of Mary Jo Kopechne who was a member of the 1968 Presidential campaign for Robert F. Kennedy. She was in an automobile driven by Senator Kennedy the night she died.
NBC RADIO NEWS ON THE HOUR
Edward Kennedy, Paul Duke
Reports about the statement of Senator Edward Kennedy concerning the drowning of Mary Jo Kopechne earlier in the evening. Paul Duke reports.
EDWARD KENNEDY-STATEMENT ON THE DEATH OF MARY JO KOPECHNE
Edward Kennedy, Mary Jo Kopechne
Senator Edward Kennedy addresses the nation regarding the death of Mary Jo Kopechne on Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts. Kennedy is considering resigning from the Senate.
EVENING AT POPS
Ted Kennedy, Edward Kennedy, Arthur Fiedler & the Boston Pops Orchestra, William Pierce, Arthur Fiedler
July 5, 1970-Sept. 23, 1979.
This broadcast featured Edward Kennedy, Senator from Massachusetts. This was the first broadcast of the series. A recurring summer series, "Evening at Pops" presents the Boston Pops Orchestra, under the direction of Arthur Fiedler (until his death July 10, 1979).
Debut: A musical salute to America opens a 13-week series of concerts by Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops.
Announcer for the series is William Pierce.
Evening at Pops was a long-term television series produced by Boston's local PBS-affiliate station, WGBH. It aired from 1970-2005 (reaching much wider PBS audiences than the WGBH area), and was conducted by Arthur Fiedler from 1970-1979. He did one program, a 50th anniversary celebration in April 1979.
Evening At Pops included a wide variety of performances by the Boston Pops Orchestra, usually also featuring special guest performers.
The premiere broadcast had guest Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, who read excerpts from the writings of President Lincoln as the orchestra played Aaron Copland's "Lincoln Portrait."
Other selections included waltzes by Richard Rodgers and music from his "Victory at Sea"; John Philip Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever"; Morton Gould's "American Salute"; and a medley from Broadway's "Hair."
NOTE: There are 21 duplication Evening of Pops broadcasts listed in the Archival Television Audio library. All were recorded, direct line, at the time of the original broadcast. Most of the entire series (1970-1979) has been preserved as pristine audio air checks (Approximately 115 different broadcasts).
Representing Evening at Pops classic programs there are none extant at The Library of Congress, or UCLA Film & TV Archive. Only four broadcasts representing the entire nine year run of the series are archived at The Paley Center (May 23, 1973, July 14, 1974, August 22, 1976, & June 24 1977).
The Chicago Film Archives has one issue of the series, a black and white 1" reel to reel video tape recording of an off the air 1978 broadcast.
There are no complete broadcasts extant on YouTube with the exception of a May 1972 broadcast, with guest Leroy Anderson (still pictures seen over the audio track), and a poor video 46 minute excerpt of a broadcast with The Carpenters (Aug. 4, 1974).
Evening at Pops has never been released on VHS of DVD to the public. WGBH, the Boston Pops Philharmonic archival library, and PBS's own archives have indicated that they have no copies.
Arthur Fiedler was the conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra for 50 years and one of the world's best‐known musical figures. He died July 10, 1979 at his home in Brookline, Massachusetts after a long illness. He was 84 years old.
After the death of Arthur Fiedler, to meet contractual obligations for the 1979 summer series of thirteen Evening At Pops broadcasts, seven re-runs were aired as well four new programs under Harry Ellis Dickson, Evening at Pops assistant conductor for 25 years. Dickson performed four new broadcasts, July 22, August 5th, 19th and September 9th.
One program during this final summer series was pre-empted (Aug. 26th). The last broadcast of this series was a re-run, televised September 23, 1979.
Evening at Pops remains a treasure trove of rich programming that portends to be forever locked away, as it has continued to be, the past forty years, with no potential in sight for its re-release in the future because of many factors, including music copyright issues.
NBC REPORTS: NBC WHITE PAPER, THE ENERGY CRISES
Edward Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, Adlai Stevenson, Anwar Sadat, John Love, Robert Killian, Gerald Regan, Jay Mull, James Atkins
A report on the energy crises. Part two of three.
TOMORROW SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE
Averell W. Harriman, Tom Snyder, Edward Kennedy
October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982. An hour-long talk show hosted by Tom Snyder. Network television's first entry into late-late-night programming on weeknights Monday thru Thursday, usually broadcasting on tape 1 AM to 2 AM. "Tomorrow" was expanded to 90 minutes on September 16, 1980.
NBC NEWS SPECIAL: JIMMY CARTER PRESS CONFERENCE, THE
Jimmy Carter, Edward Kennedy, Tom Brokaw, Rosalynn Carter, Anthony Carter, Amy Rusch, Terry Epstein, Charles Rangel, Dan Rostenkowski
President-Elect Jimmy Carter holds a press conference to announce the naming of his cabinet. Tom Brokaw reports.
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