A special shortwave broadcast from the BBC World Service on Christmas 1940, featuring interviews with people living in bomb shelters, fire fighters and The King's Christmas Message.
Weekend Gallimaufry - A Radio Talk by William Joyce (aka: Lord Haw-Haw) from Berlin on March 10, 1940 - the subject; Is Britain Going Pagan?
Vice, Illegal Gambling, Bombings, Beatings, Intimidation, Police Corruption - L.A. In The 1930's. You Gotta Love It!
(Buron Fitts - the sort of DA Mickey Spillane would write about) [media id=17650] I guess every large metropolitan area has its fair share of hist
(The Fletcher Henderson Orchestra - 1926 - not cartoon music) [media id=17584] Since there's no theme this week, I thought I would just blow open
(The Battle Of Britain had begun) [media id=17523] With a goodly amount of censorship, correspondent Sigrid Schultz delivered news of the war from
Sunday Gramophone - Rodrigo: Concierto Aranjuez - Regino De La Maza, Guitar - Ataulfo Argenta, Conductor -1947 Spanish Columbia
(Ataulfo Argenta - milestone recordings - desert island discs - a career way too short) [media id=17500] Since Spain won their very first World Cu
(The Surrender site at Compiegne - businesslike and harsh) [media id=17280] The official Armistice between France and Germany came on June 22, 194
(H.V. Kaltenborn - decrying Partisan Politics - even in 1940) [media id=17271] Seventy years ago this week, France surrendered to Germany and, eve
(Daniele Amfitheatrof - before "Lassie Come Home") [media id=17266] Sort of an addendum to a piece I wrote a few weeks ago (Paul Whiteman's playin
(Cheating an otherwise disastrous situation . . .for now) [media id=17071] With the evacuation of Dunkirk mostly completed by June 2, 1940 Foreign