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#13144: NIGHT BEAT WITH MIKE WALLACE
1957-03-21, WABD, 7 min.
Mike Wallace, William F. Buckley Jr., John Gates, William Buckley Sr.

October 30, 1956-May 31, 1957

Night beat was an hour-long talk/interview program hosted by Mike Wallace and broadcast on WABD-TV channel 5 in New York City. (Dumont). It was broadcast from 11 PM to 12 AM Tuesday through Friday evenings. Wallace served as host from October 1956 to May 1957. 

In this episode, we hear the final 7 minutes of a Mike Wallace interview with conservative, and recent editor of the National Review, William F. Buckley Jr.    

Topics covered include:
-The refusal by New York City Colleges, with the exception of Columbia University, of which Buckley is in disagreement, to allow John Gates to speak on their college campuses. 
- William F. Buckley Jr. espouses on the purpose of education is to find out certain truths, including Communism. 
-The doctrine of Academic Freedom.
-Yale University being a "hot bed" of communist enrollments. 
-A character portrait of William F. Buckley Jr. read by Mike Wallace written by the editor of the Yale Daily News Oct. 15, 1951...and its response by Buckley Jr. 
-March 4, 1957 TIME MAGAZINE article, two weeks ago, about William Buckley Sr. described as a capitalist and that he is intending to create an elementary school to train children, including his own 28 grandchildren, to "resist the blight of liberalism and communism." William F. Buckley Jr. expands on his father's philosophy by which he grew up.                                                                                                                               
#13593: TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JACK PAAR, THE
1962-02-01, NBC, 17 min.
Jack Paar, Buddy Hackett, William F. Buckley Jr., Gore Vidal

July 29, 1957- March 30,1962. 
  
For four years and eight months Jack Paar reigned supreme as host of the Tonight Show with a crew of regulars, but only two stayed with him for the entire run; announcer Hugh Downs and band leader Jose Melies, a former army buddy. Familiar faces who appeared many times with Jack included Dody Goodman, Betty Johnson, Elsa Maxwell, Alexander King, Genevieve, Jack Douglas; and wife Reiko, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hans Conried, Peggy Cass, Cliff (Charley Weaver) Arquette, and Johnathan Winters. Hugh Downs substituted for Jack Paar 79 times, more than any other substitute host there were 20 different performers over the period of the series run. Joey Bishop substituted for Paar 31 times. Arlene Francis, 30 times, Jonathan Winters, 26 times, Orson Bean, 21 times and Johnny Carson 15 times. Altogether there were 243 broadcasts that had substitute hosts filling in for Paar during Jack Paar's TONIGHT SHOW tenure. The title of the late-night broadcast changed to THE JACK PAAR SHOW which took effect on February 3, 1958. The first videotaped broadcast aired on January 5, 1959. "Best of Paar " Re-runs began on July 10, 1959. The first color broadcast aired on September 19, 1960.  

The main guest is Gore Vidal, writer and well-known liberal who replies to remarks made by William F. Buckley Jr last night on this show...creating an on going feud between the two running on The Tonight Show. Liberalism vs conservatism. 

In a 10 minute segment Gore Vidal talks about William F. Buckley's many contradictions, his ideological wars, and smears, referencing Catholicism and the Pope. Both Jack Paar and Hugh Downs add to the analysis and criticism. "Who is he?" Vidal states that Buckley never worked for a living in his life. He criticizes everyone, using his "World Go Home" slogan. Other mentions include Buckley comments about Albert Schweitzer, integration, and his attraction for former communists (Paar mentions he has five employees at present fitting this scenario), Vidal mentions that Buckley stated that Harry Truman called Dwight Eisenhower an anti-Semite, which is an irresponsible lie. 
Paar describes Buckley as someone who speaks very quickly and rolls his eyes...very tricky and he has ruined peoples lives. 

Buddy Hackett appears briefly after Gore Vidal.   

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
#9452: TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JACK PAAR, THE
1962-03-19, NBC, min.
Jack Paar, Hugh Downs, Charles Laughton, Ed Sullivan, Dorothy Kilgallen, William F. Buckley Jr., Jose Melies

July 29, 1957- March 30,1962. 
 
 Return from London England. Broadcast from New York.

In his monologue Jack Paar comments on Dorothy Kilgallen, Ed Sullivan, and William F. Buckley Jr. 

Jack interviews Charles Laughton.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
#13995: "LADIES OF THE PRESS."
1963-03-09, WOR, 14 min.
William F. Buckley Jr., Clifford Evans, Ruth Nathan, Margaret Hickey, Nina Jones

Host Clifford Evans' guest is William F. Buckley Jr., editor of National Review. They discuss the conservative movement in the United States. Panel: Ruth Nathan, Sioux City Journal, 
Margaret Hickey, Ladies Home Journal, 
Nina Jones, White Plains Reporter-Dispatch.   

Topics include, Segregation, Anti Semitic Judgements, The Importance of Forwarding a Point of View, Empathy for the Negro race as a Conservative, Reasons why Buckley would not run for President, State of Israel...an intrusion to Arab populations, and Circumstances required for the Emancipation of the Negro in America.                                                 
#14120: BARRY FARBER SHOW, THE
1963-05-24, WOR, 9 min.
Barry Farber, William F. Buckley Jr.

Barry Farber was an American conservative radio talk show host. He produced the Tex and Jinx radio program which starred Tex McCrary and Jinx Falkenberg. The show was heard weeknights on WNBC radio from 10:30 PM to midnight. Farber was also an author and commentator who wrote for various US newspapers. He was ranked the ninth greatest talk show host of all time by Talkers Magazine. He joined WOR radio in 1962 after a stint at 1010 WINS radio in New York City. When Farber left WOR radio he joined WMCA radio in New York City for an afternoon drive time show that lasted until 1989 when WMCA changed its format to a Christian radio station. 

Barry Farber interviews conservative William F. Buckley Jr.
                                                                                      
#14357: BARRY FARBER SHOW, THE
1963-10-21, WOR, 39 min.
Barry Farber, Nelson Algren, William F. Buckley Jr.

Barry Farber was an American conservative radio talk show host. He produced the Tex and Jinx radio program which starred Tex McCrary and Jinx Falkenberg. The show was heard weeknights on WNBC radio from 10:30 PM to midnight. Farber was also an author and commentator who wrote for various US newspapers. He was ranked the ninth greatest talk show host of all time by Talkers Magazine. He joined WOR radio in 1962 after a stint at 1010 WINS radio in New York City. When Farber left WOR radio he joined WMCA radio in New York City for an afternoon drive time show that lasted until 1989 when WMCA changed its format to a Christian radio station. 

A debate between William F. Buckley Jr. and writer Nelson Algren who wrote the novel "The Man With The Golden Arm." 
                                                                                                                             
#694: LES CRANE SHOW, THE NEW
1964-08-04, WABC, 22 min.
Jackie Robinson, Les Crane, Barry Goldwater, Shelley Winters, William F. Buckley Jr., Lyndon B. Johnson

It's a heated discussion about Presidential Candidate Barry Goldwater with guests Jackie Robinson, Shelley Winters and William F. Buckley Jr. The program is interrupted for 8 minutes by an ABC News Bulletin from the White House. President Lyndon B. Johnson talks to the American People concerning the Gulf of Tonkin attack and USA intervention. Prior to resuming "The Les Crane Show," the network plays "The National Anthem," a patriotic gesture of the era.  

NOTE:     In his autobiography I Never Had It Made, Jackie Robinson explained his encounter with William F. Buckley Jr., a harbinger of the right wing, and his reliance on a sports strategy: “When you know that you are going to face a tough, tricky opponent, you don’t let him get the first lick.  Jump him before he can do anything and stay on him, keeping him on the defensive.  Never let up and you rattle him effectively.  When the show opened up—before Buckley could get into his devastating act of using snide remarks, big words, and the superior manner—I lit right into him with the charge that many influential "Goldwaterites" were racists.  Shelley Winters piled in behind me, and Buckley scarcely got a chance to collect his considerable wit.”

Television History of the LES CRANE SHOW

September 16, 1963 - July 31, 1964 (WABC N.Y.)
August 3 - 8, 1964 (ABC)
November 9, 1964 - February 26, 1965 (ABC)
June 28, 1965 - October 22, 1965 (Nightlife ABC)
January 15, 1968 - September 6, 1968 (WNEW N.Y.)

Debut of program was September 16, 1963. For the first month the title of the telecast was NIGHT LINE...LES CRANE. Beginning on October 22, 1963 the title was changed to THE LES CRANE SHOW. 

These late night LIVE broadcasts were aired Monday thru Friday. on local station WABC New York. Beginning December 6, 1963 late night broadcasts aired Tuesday thru Saturday. Also, another time slot opened for Crane with a similar format airing on WABC in the afternoon...a one hour version broadcast from 1:30-2:30pm, five days a week, and again returning to late night broadcasting usually 1am to 2:00am after the WABC late movie, THE BEST OF BROADWAY. This TALK SHOW / PHONE IN version of The Les Crane Show concluded its final broadcast  on July 31, 1964.

On August 3, 4, 5, 6, & 8, 1964 THE NEW LES CRANE SHOW premiered...a five program trial rivaling Johnny Carson's TONIGHT SHOW.  It was Nationally televised and it is considered the FIRST network talk show program to compete with THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON. 

On November 9, 1964 THE LES CRANE SHOW premiered and aired regularly weeknights on the ABC network, opposite Johnny Carson's TONIGHT SHOW.
After 14 weeks, and low ratings, this series ended with its last telecast airing on February 26, 1965. Les Crane's late night network career was over, as a solo host, and never to be resumed Nationally.

ABC renamed their late night time slot NIGHTLIFE, premiering on March 1, 1965.This one hour forty five minute weekly late night talk series showcased guest hosts. This series run  lasted four months, the last broadcast airing on June 25, 1965. Guest hosts included: Shelley Berman, Pat Boone, Jack Carter, Allan Sherman, Dave Garroway, Bill Cullen, William B. Williams (announcer of this series run), Eddy Arnold, Dale Robertson, Dick Shawn, Louis Nye, & Jan Murray. 

Form June 28 to October 22, 1965 Les Crane returned to this time slot...the series title remaining, NIGHTLIFE. Les Crane no longer was a solo host. He co-hosted with Dave Garroway, and Nipsy Russell.

Two years later, Les Crane returned to local late night television appearing for eight months on WNEW channel 5 in New York 11:15pm - 12:15am from January 15, 1968 changing time slots on July 8, 1968, 11:45pm - 12:45pm. Final show aired on September 6, 1968, and it was the last time Les Crane would host a late night television talk show.   

NOTE: A two hour radio broadcast profiling Les Crane, including TV Audio Air Check Crane highlights from the ATA archive can be listened to in its entirety. It appears on the ATA website under the link TV CONFIDENTIAL. The segment (SOUNDS OF LOST TELEVISION) was recorded in Pasadena California and aired in 2014 with host Ed Robertson, and guest Phil Gries. 

NOTE: Most all of Les Crane's cumulative 26 months of broadcasting as a talk show host is today non-existent. Tapes were destroyed, erased and whereabouts unknown. The 27 LES CRANE SHOW television air checks archived in the Archival Television Audio, Inc. library is the largest collection known to  exist of extant Les Crane broadcasts in the country.
 
Extant examples existing elsewhere include two broadcast kinescopes archived by The Paley Center for Media (one from 1967, and the other, a broadcast from January 31, 1968 titled "Rich Jews." There is archived at UCLA FILM & TV ARCHIVE four extant examples related to Les Crane, including a preserved 41:36 minute compilation demo/presentation kinescope reel with clips from the New Les Crane Show five night trial run (August 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 1964).

The content of what the UCLA Film & TV Archive's has related to the above programs include the first show with Les Crane introducing his show and  Robert Preston (2:53), a bullfighting segment with Ricardo Montalbaum (6:32), a Jackie Robinson segment debating William F. Buckley with Shelley Winters on the panel (5:40),a Pamela Mason and Artie Shaw segment (3:50), a segment related to New York City cab drivers with Les Crane interviewing a number of them (5:59), guest Irving Schulmen, Adela Rogers St.John and two other guests discussing the legendary actress Jean Harlow (4:18), a segment related to "Deathtraps related to playgrounds in New York" and interviewed comments from women on the street (3:11), an in studio interview segment with Marguerite Oswald, mother of Lee Harvey Oswald 4:14), and an in studio interview with Richard Burton and Les Crane sign off (6:03).

Of interest, as to the quality of the video and audio, it is noted many variations exist including tinny sound reproduction, at times, poor audio clarity, at times, echo effect, tinny effect, at times, occasional video glitches, dark, high contrast segments at times, overexposed ("milky") segments. at times.    

NOTE: The Les Crane Show  late night talk program on ABC during the 1964-65 television season pioneered a format of television later embraced by icon Phil Donahue, Crane fell to NBC’s The Tonight Show, a national brand with a decade of broadcasting tenure, proved its dominance.  Donahue began his legendary career in Dayton in 1967, evolving into a daytime programming staple for nearly 30 years.

Les Crane’s daughter Caprice points out that her father used journalism to cover topics and people that others feared to explore.  “He created the shotgun mike,” says Crane of her dad, who passed away in 2008.  “He had guests who did not provide the typical fluff, for example, Malcolm X, Bob Dylan, and the mother of Lee Harvey Oswald.  He had the first publicly gay man on his show.  He was also an amazing listener who helped create a new television format that demanded more information for the listener.  

The Les Crane Show didn’t last long because the person who tries the new thing always gets penalized.  People are afraid of the unknown until it becomes mainstream.”

A renaissance media man for the second half of the 20th century, Crane held interests and influences beyond journalism.  “My dad gave The Mamas and the Papas group its name,” reminds Caprice Crane.  “Casey Kasem credited him with inventing the Top 40 radio format at KRLA.  He also got into the computer business before it was big.  His company was Software Tool Works, which produced the Chess Master computer program.  He was always before his time.”

Crane’s innovative format allowed one of baseball’s biggest heroes, Jackie Robinson, to debate one of conservatism’s biggest allies, William F. Buckley.  Nowhere on television in the mid-1960s could audiences see this type of television fodder.  Unfortunately, The Les Crane Show fell victim to a common policy of television networks destroying tapes because of the shortsighted view that future generations would not be interested.  How wrong they were. 
                     
#6218: PURSUIT OF PLEASURE
1967-05-08, NBC, 60 min.
Jonathan Miller, William F. Buckley Jr., Hugh Hefner, Ray Anthony, Timothy Leary, Ralph Ginzburg, Harvey Cox

American morality is changing, especially among the young. Is the trend toward pleasure and kicks for kicks sake? Among those interviewed: Timothy Leary, Ralph Ginzburg, Ray Anthony, Jonathan Miller, Hugh Hefner, William F. Buckley Jr., and Dr. Harvey Cox discuss freedom in society without destroying itself.
#1028: FIRING LINE WITH WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
1967-10-19, WOR, 45 min.
Groucho Marx, William F. Buckley Jr.

1966-1971 syndicated, 1971-1999, PBS.

Firing Line was an American public affairs program hosted by William F. Buckley Jr. Its 1504 episodes over 33 years, made Firing Line the longest-running public affairs show in television history with a single host. 


Humor and the Marx wit predominate as guest Groucho Marx trades ad-libs with host William F. Buckley.                          
#15445: FIRING LINE WITH WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
1967-12-07, WOR, 10 min.
William F. Buckley Jr., Robert Scheer

1966-1971 syndicated, 1971-1999, PBS.

Firing Line was an American public affairs program hosted by William F. Buckley Jr. Its 1504 episodes over 33 years, made Firing Line the longest-running public affairs show in television history with a single host. 


"Ramparts" magazine editor Robert Scheer is the guest.                                                                           
#8411: KRAFT MUSIC HALL: WOODY ALLEN LOOKS AT 1967
1967-12-27, NBC, 52 min.
Woody Allen, John Byner, Aretha Franklin, William F. Buckley Jr., Liza Minnelli

Woody Allen's guests for this humorous retrospective of the year 1967 are Liza
Minnelli, Aretha Franklin, John Byner and
William F. Buckley Jr.

Duplicate Of #1038.              
#1038: KRAFT MUSIC HALL: WOODY ALLEN LOOKS AT 1967
1967-12-27, WNBC, 52 min.
Woody Allen, John Byner, Aretha Franklin, William F. Buckley Jr., Liza Minnelli

Woody Allen's guests for this humorous retrospective of the year 1967 are Liza Minnelli, Aretha Franklin, John Byner and William F. Buckley Jr.
#15851A: PRE-DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION COMMENTS
1968-08-24, ABC, min.
Howard K. Smith, William F. Buckley Jr.

Pre- Democratic convention comments by Howard K. Smith and William F. Buckley Jr.                         
#15983: FIRING LINE WITH WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
1968-12-15, WOR, min.
William F. Buckley Jr.

1966-1971 syndicated, 1971-1999, PBS.

Firing Line was an American public affairs program hosted by William F. Buckley Jr. Its 1504 episodes over 33 years, made Firing Line the longest-running public affairs show in television history with a single host. 


Host: William F. Buckley.                                                                                       
#1058: FIRING LINE WITH WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
1969-02-02, WOR, 53 min.
William F. Buckley Jr., Muhammad Ali

1966-1971, syndicated, 1971-1999, PBS.

Firing Line was an American public affairs program hosted by William F. Buckley Jr. Its 1504 episodes over 33 years, made Firing Line the longest-running public affairs show in television history with a single host. 



Dethroned heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali joins host William F. Buckley Jr. for a wide-ranging talk session.             
#16133: FIRING LINE WITH WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
1969-02-16, WOR, min.
Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Eric F. Goldman, William F. Buckley Jr.

Former President Lyndon Johnson's relations with the intellectual community are discussed by William F. Buckley, Jr. and historian Eric F. Goldman, author of "The Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson" including Johnson's style as compared to President John F. Kennedy's and Vietnam's place in the American experience.                           
#16613: FIRING LINE WITH WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
1971-05-26, WOR, min.
William F. Buckley Jr., Frank McCloskey

1966-1971 syndicated, 1971-1999, PBS.

Firing Line was an American public affairs program hosted by William F. Buckley Jr. Its 1504 episodes over 33 years, made Firing Line the longest-running public affairs show in television history with a single host. 

Host: William F. Buckley. 


Guest: Frank Mccloskey                                    
#2443: EVENING AT POPS
1971-08-22, WNET, 57 min.
William F. Buckley Jr., Arthur Fiedler & the Boston Pops Orchestra

July 5, 1970-July 8, 1979. This was the "Poetry & Music" broadcast. A recurring summer series, "Evening at Pops" presents the Boston Pops Orchestra, under the direction of Arthur Fiedler (until his death in 1979).
#16704: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-10-11, WNEW, 00 min.
David Frost, William Kunstler, William F. Buckley Jr.

July 7, 1969-July 14, 1972 (SYNDICATED). During the three-year run of his American talk show, David Frost taped the show (approximately 750 programs) each week, Monday through Thursdays. The series was syndicated by Westinghouse.   

Guests: Attorney William Kunstler and William F. Buckley Jr.                                                                                   
#17145: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1972-10-26, SYN, min.
Merv Griffin, David Frye, William F. Buckley Jr.

October 1, 1962-March 29, 1963 (NBC); 1965-1969 (Syndicated); August 18, 1969-February 11, 1972 (CBS); 1972-1986 (Syndicated).


Guests: David Frye, William F. Buckley Jr. 
                                                                                     
#1121: ABC'S WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: THAT WAS THE YEAR THAT WAS
1973-01-04, WABC, 68 min.
Art Buchwald, Bob McFadden, George S. Irving, David Frost, Jack Burns, Avery Schreiber, William F. Buckley Jr.

A satirical review of 1972. Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber are the hosts; guests include William F. Buckley Jr., David Frost, Art Buchwald, George S. Irving and Bob McFadden.             
#5541: TOMORROW SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE
1976-01-27, WNBC, 60 min.
Tom Snyder, William F. Buckley Jr.

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.
#8146: FIRING LINE WITH WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
1976-03-30, PBS, 60 min.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn, William F. Buckley

1966-1971 Syndicated-1971-1999-PBS.

Firing Line was an American public affairs program hosted by William F. Buckley, Jr. Its 1504 episodes over 33 years, made Firing Line the longest-running public affairs show in television history with a single host.  

William F. Buckley interviews Russian novelist and historian Alexander Solzhenitsyn from the United Kingdom.                                                
#9621: TODAY SHOW, THE
1976-08-18, NBC, 120 min.
Betty Furness, Jim Hartz, John Kenneth Galbraith, William F. Buckley Jr.

January 14, 1952-Present. First early-morning network program and longest-running daytime series. Created by Sylvester "Pat" Weaver. Telecast Monday thru Friday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM, the broadcasts have maintained a format including a News Summary, segments related to Sports, Weather, Interviews, and Features. Throughout its long run, hosts of "The Today Show" have included Dave Garroway (1952-1961), John Chancellor (1961-1962), Hugh Downs (1962-1971), Frank McGee (1971-1974), Jim Hartz (1974-1976), Tom Brokaw (1976-1981), Jane Pauley, Bryant Gumbel, Chris Wallace, Katie Couric, and others.
Host: Jim Hartz.
#9623: TODAY SHOW, THE
1976-08-20, NBC, 120 min.
Yul Brynner, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Betty Furness, Jim Hartz, Robert Dole, Gerald R. Ford, Jerry West, John Kenneth Galbraith, Floyd Kalber, Bob Woodruff, William F. Buckley Jr.

January 14, 1952-Present. First early-morning network program and longest-running daytime series. Created by Sylvester "Pat" Weaver. Telecast Monday thru Friday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM, the broadcasts have maintained a format including a News Summary, segments related to Sports, Weather, Interviews, and Features. Throughout its long run, hosts of "The Today Show" have included Dave Garroway (1952-1961), John Chancellor (1961-1962), Hugh Downs (1962-1971), Frank McGee (1971-1974), Jim Hartz (1974-1976), Tom Brokaw (1976-1981), Jane Pauley, Bryant Gumbel, Chris Wallace, Katie Couric, and others.
A review of the Republican National Convention by William F. Buckley Jr. and John Kenneth Galbraith. Host: Jim Hartz.
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