Best 1950s podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Letter from America by Alistair Cooke: The Early Years (1940s, 1950s and 1960s)
 
The assassination of JFK through to Vietnam and America’s shame at the My Lai massacre. Alistair Cooke's fascinating social, cultural and political history of American life.
 
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This I Believe: 1950s Podcast
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From The Bob Edwards Show on Sirius XM satellite radio, a weekly selection of archival essays from Edward R. Murrow’s This I Believe series of the 1950s.
 
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Letter from America by Alistair Cooke: The Early Years (1940s, 1950s and 1960s)
 
The assassination of JFK through to Vietnam and America’s shame at the My Lai massacre. Alistair Cooke's fascinating social, cultural and political history of American life.
 
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Letter from America by Alistair Cooke: The Early Years (1940s, 1950s and 1960s)
 
The assassination of JFK through to Vietnam and America’s shame at the My Lai massacre. Alistair Cooke's fascinating social, cultural and political history of American life.
 
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Theater of Thrills
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Spooky Old Time Radio shows, inspired by "Inner Sanctum Mysteries" and featuring great audio Drama like "Suspense".
 
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This I Believe
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Essays as read on public radio
 
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Juke In The Back
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Matt The Cat presents the soul that came before rock n’ roll: 1950s rhythm and blues. Each week, this underrated and rollicking music plays on that old Rockola Jukebox in the back.
 
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Intoxica Radio w/Howie Pyro
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Howie Pyro plays the weird stuff......50's and 60's rock and roll, psycho surf, garage, rockabilly, hillbilly horrors, voodoo r & b, insane instrumentals, religious nuts, teenage hell music, vintage global garbage, peppered with bizarre old movie ads & radio clips & general echo-fied screaming...
 
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Intoxica Radio w/Howie Pyro
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Howie Pyro plays the weird stuff......50's and 60's rock and roll, psycho surf, garage, rockabilly, hillbilly horrors, voodoo r & b, insane instrumentals, religious nuts, teenage hell music, vintage global garbage, peppered with bizarre old movie ads & radio clips & general echo-fied screaming...
 
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WKZ Vintage Comedy
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Classic shows from the Golden Age of Radio.
 
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This Day in Jack Benny
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A podcast of the greatest Old Time Radio ever, The Jack Benny Program! Starring Jack Benny with Mary Livingstone, Phil Harris, Rochester, Dennis Day, and Don Wilson. The Jack Benny Show AKA The Jello Program AKA The Lucky Strike Program aired from the 1930's right through to the 1950's. Each week your host, John Henderson, brings an episode from that week 60-80 years ago. It's old, yet still as funny as ever. An OTR podcast.
 
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The Old Time Radio Show
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The Old Time Radio Show is not old at all. Each show still entertains as it did in the 1930s - 1950s. Go back each week to the early days of radio and enjoy this greatest entertainment in the world that always leaves you wanting more.
 
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Big Band Serenade
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Big Band Serenade takes you back to the bigband era with shows of the best from the 1920s-1950s. A time when music was a part of the fabric of the American society. The radio made this music assessable to everyone. Relive each week the best Swing,Blues, Jazz, and those great singers from the golden age of music and radio. oldtimeradiodvd.com
 
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We Are Not Alone
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1950s Sci-Fi Comedy Podcast
 
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The Vintage Group Harmony Show
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The Vintage Group Harmony Show is presents the history,the people, and stories behind the ever popular oldies on the Radio Memories Network LLC. Sponsored by oldtimeradiodvd.com
 
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Decades of Horror The Classic Era
 
The Gruesome Magazine podcast about classic horror and sci-fi films from 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s
 
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Juke In The Back » Podcast Feed
 
Matt The Cat presents the soul that came before rock and roll: 1950s rhythm and blues. Each week, this underrated and rollicking music plays on that old Rockola Jukebox in the back.If you wanted to hear rhythm & blues during the 1950s, you couldn’t get it from the juke box in the front. No, no! In order to hear that glorious, down and dirty R&B, you had to go to the low-lit, spit-shined “Juke In The Back.” These songs are the building blocks of rock n’ roll. These are the records that inspir ...
 
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Classic Hollywood MTC Podcasts
 
A selection of tales about the careers and lives of Classic Hollywood Movie Stars and other ad hoc subjects of the 1930's, 1940's and 1950's.
 
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Night Owls
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The surreal, supernatural, and shlocky old film fun.
 
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Minister Bob's Recordings
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Archival Audio from a Prodigious Career
 
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Radio Bastet - Vintage Belly Dance Music
 
Podcasting "old-school" belly dance vinyl from the 1950's through the 1980's!
 
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The Dieselpunk Podcast - The Voice of Dieselpunk!
 
The Dieselpunk Podcast is the Voice of Dieselpunk! Celebrating the retro futurism of the 1920s through the 1950s!
 
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Early TV
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Join us as we go back to the early and innocent days of live TV and relive those great shows that will never lose their appeal. Classic TV Shows from the 1950s-1960s.
 
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Western Movies
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Westerns Movies Channel will take you back to those great western movies from the 1930s-1950s. The wild west will come alive with those heroes that always fought evil and rescued the damsel in distress.
 
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Bachelor's Paradise
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Relief for your radio imagination.
 
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Rockabilly DJ
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The hottest in Rockabilly, Rhythm & Blues, Hillbilly and 1950s style Rock'n'Roll presented by The Rockabilly DJ, Bill Smoker. A weekly podcast available for free download in MP3 formatBroadcasting from the world-famous studio under the stairs in Croydon, south London. This show is also broadcast twice weekly on http://www.rockabilly-radio.net
 
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Western TV Shows
Weekly
 
Great shows from TV's earliest days with Westerns that rode across the screen with adventure and heroes from the 1950s on.
 
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Doo Wop Den
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My name is Big "D" and I host a syndicated radio show called the Doo Wop Vault. I play rare 1950's early 60's Doo Wop, R&B vocal groups and Acappella. Enjoy the program archives.
 
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Never Kissed A Bear
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Jazz, exotica, esoterica, experimental and electronica for early evenings and dim lighting.
 
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Swamp Jacuzzi
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A new radio show hosted by DJ Biggie Boutte' from the swamps of South Louisiana. Playing old, new, and obscure cuts from the 1950's to current. Mainly focusing on 60's garage-punk, psychedelic, traditional country, skiffle, with some rockabilly, surf, and Cajun thrown in as well. A big gumbo of kick ass music. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
 
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Test Pattern
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In the days before syndicated stations and 24 hour programming, television stations often showed old monster movies hosted by local on-air talent. It is in this spirit that “Test Pattern” is made – a little bit spooky, a little bit silly, but always informative! Jacob and Tab have a new topic each week, with a focus on the macabre offerings shown on television starting in the mid 1950s, favorite creature features, and B-movies (with occasional forays into the outer realms of horror).
 
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Art and Visual Culture: Medieval to Modern - for iPod/iPhone
 
Have you ever wondered about the visual remains of past centuries that still survive in our cities and countryside today? Are you baffled by modern art? This collection provides you with insights into different aspects of art and visual culture between the Middle Ages and the present day. You will discover the wonders of medieval stained glass and learn how East meets West in a Byzantine icon. You will be introduced to the splendours of Baroque architecture and be taken on a tour of a specta ...
 
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The Dieselpunk Podcast - The Voice of Dieselpunk!
 
The Dieselpunk Podcast is the Voice of Dieselpunk! Celebrating the retro futurism of the 1920s through the 1950s!
 
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The Big Broadcast
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The old-time radio era, sometimes referred to as the Golden Age of Radio, refers to a period of radio programming in the United States lasting from the proliferation of radio broadcasting in the early 1920s until the 1950s, when television superseded radio as the medium of choice for scripted programming and radio shifted to playing popular music.
 
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This Past Life NYC
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What began as a month living technologically in the 1950s in New York City evolved into webseries and now weekly podcast. In its third year, This Past Life NYC's Adventure to Civility is back exploring vintage radio advertisements, mid-century ideals, retro lifestyle challenges and interviews with long-standing mom-and-pop shops, storytellers and Makers in America. Created in the form of an old-fashioned radio broadcast and capturing a more polite life, I am pleased to bring to you this inca ...
 
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Smarter Science of Slim, SANE Solution » The Calorie Myth and Your Smarter Science of Slim with Jonathan Bailor
 
What if everything you thought you knew about weight loss was wrong? When it comes to most things in life, we welcome research and progress. From the convenience of our smartphones to the technology in our hospitals, scientific advancement allows us to live better. So why are we still following weight-loss advice from the 1950s? Why haven’t we ever questioned the “calories in/calories out” model at the foundation of every diet and fitness plan—a formula that, not coincidentally, has accompan ...
 
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Crime City!
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Thrills! Chills! A serialized monthly detective show, performed LIVE in the style of a 1950s radio drama!Support our show and earn some fun rewards at https://www.patreon.com/crimecity
 
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The Comedic Genius of Martin and Lewis
 
In the late 1940s and early 1950s Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis created some of the most irresistible hilarity in the history of entertainment. Now you can enjoy the best of the Martin and Lewis Show, which aired on NBC Radio from 1949 through 1953. Listen in, and find out what all the fuss was about! Your ears will never be the same.
 
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Perry Mason
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Perry Mason is a fictional defense attorney who originally appeared in detective fiction by Erle Stanley Gardner. This long running radio drama had several actors who played the famous lawyer starting with Bartlett Robinson and then followed by Santos Ortega, Donald Briggs, and finally John Larkin who played the famous attorney after 1947. The radio portrayal of Perry Mason is a far more involved lawyer then the one who became famous on TV, the radio version would rather swap gunshots with e ...
 
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X minus one
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X Minus One was a science fiction radio series on NBC that aired April 1955 through January 1958. The show featured stories written by some of the big names in 1950's science fiction like Ray Bradbury, Robert Heinlein, and Issac Asimov. X Minus One followed another great science fiction series called Dimension X that was broadcast in 1950-51. Some of the X-1 shows were rebroadcasts of Dimension X. X Minus One holds the record for the longest running science fiction radio series ever produced ...
 
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South Louisiana Gumbo
Weekly
 
une bonne louche of Louisiana music traditional and contemporary and spices it up with music from Acadiana. Gumbo draws from more than 20 different genres. You'll hear jazz from 1917 to 2011, Cajun, Zydeco, blues, C&W, Rockabilly, R&B from the 1950s glory days to today's rockin' Atomic Pilot and Santeria, soul, funk, neo-soul, neofunk, hip-hop, brass bands from 1945 to today's brass-hop Soul Rebels, ska-punk, reggae, and more.
 
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This I Believe - Rhode Island
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Modeled on the popular 1950s radio series of the same name hosted by Edward R. Murrow, This I Believe - Rhode Island, hosted by Frederic Reamer, is an effort to share the many stories of people of Rhode Island... the personal experiences that have helped form the opinions of your neighbors.
 
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Speakeasy; Retro Radio Theater
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Each episode the Speakeasy cast brings back to life and recreates classic radio dramas from the 1940's and 1950's.
 
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John Finnemore's Double Acts
Daily
 
Each episode is a self-contained story, with its own cast. They range from hot-desking office workers attempting to conduct a romance at the rate of four minutes a day to a band of explorers beginning to wonder if they'll ever reach Australia's Great Inland Sea.Others feature characters ranging from a charming burglar to a charmless bath saleswoman; from the worst teacher of English Conversation in contemporary Germany to the best imaginer of tigers in 1950s Britain. As John says, "if there' ...
 
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Doo Wop Forever
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Bring back memories of the 1950s. Every show will give you 30 minutes of memories of those wonderful days of Doo Wop.
 
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SPERDVAC Radio Theater
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The history of radio is fascinating. Old Time Radio tells the story of the American culture, the music, the comedy, the drama, the mystery,the horror all from the archives of our radio vault from the 1930s - 1950s.
 
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I Was A Communist For The FBI
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I Was A Communist For The FBI was a show that came from the anti-Communist hysteria at a peak in the 1950s, and by the end of 1952 I Was a Communist was scheduled on more than 600 stations. The show was based on the book by Matt Cvetic and purportedly told of his adventures as an undercover operative who joined the Communist Party to spy from within for the FBI. Many of the stories contained double-edged conflicts: Cvetic constantly looked for information, walking a tightrope among suspiciou ...
 
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Bridge to Nowhere
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Oral histories recorded and curated by local volunteers. The Bridge to Nowhere project aims to share the story of Burgess Park in Southwark - from its unusual creation out of the urban landscape in the 1950s to its continued development today.
 
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OSD-Obsessive Sneaker Disorder
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If you're new to the world of sneakers, then this is the talk show that you're going to want to listen to and be a part of. Sneakers have been popular since the 1950s, but gained unprecedented popularity in the '80s and '90s due to aerobics, tennis and a basketball player simply known as MJ.OSD will give you the history of sneakers and why there are people around the globe that obsess about sneakers and are part of a culture that is so diverse and vibrant.Visit us online at http://OSDlive.co ...
 
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Murder Takes the Veil by HUBBARD, Margaret Ann
 
Set in the Louisiana bayou country, here is a drama rich with suspense...the story of lovely Trillium Pierce powerless at the mercy of a murderer who believes that he has no power over himself - that his determination to kill is written in the stars. The frightened girl is helpless, as her friends at Aurelian College are victimized by the menace who stalks the swampland in a nun's habit. Margaret Ann Hubbard was a writer of various genres: historical novels, Catholic children's books, and se ...
 
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Lifestyle Overnight with David Prior
 
A View From The Bridge At The Old Fitz by ARTHUR MILLER Directed by IAIN SINCLAIR 18 OCTOBER - 25 NOVEMBER BOOK TICKETS Italian-American immigrant life colours this searing drama of love and revenge set in 1950's Brooklyn. Eddie Carbone is devoted to his wife Beatrice and his niece Catherine. Then Beatrice's cousins Marco and Rudolpho, having f ...…
 
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Easy Rolling Radio WA.com.au
 
Listen to Easy Rolling Radio for more of the worlds greatest talking about their life and music. Charles Hardin Holley, known as Buddy Holly, was an American musician and singer-songwriter who was a central figure of mid-1950s rock and roll. He was born in Lubbock, Texas, to a musical family during the Great Depression, and learned to play guit ...…
 
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Neil Corcoran (Tantric Dex)
 
Updated (14 October 15:40 GMT)Bit of a milestone, as it's the 100th episode, I guess I should probably share a few thoughts, with you the listener.Dance music was my first love,the first type of music that I took seriously. Prior to that I would have been your typical kid who listened to pop music. We lived in a house where someone always had m ...…
 
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Neil Corcoran (Tantric Dex)
 
Updated (14 October 15:40 GMT)Bit of a milestone, as it's the 100th episode, I guess I should probably share a few thoughts, with you the listener.Dance music was my first love,the first type of music that I took seriously. Prior to that I would have been your typical kid who listened to pop music. We lived in a house where someone always had m ...…
 
The man who embodied the sexual revolution has died. We’ll talk about the consequences—and victims—of his vision.Back on September 27th, Hugh Hefner the founder of Playboy, died at ninety-one.An ancient Roman maxim says that one shouldn’t speak ill of the dead, but it would be irresponsible to not take note of his ideas and cultural influence, ...…
 
Maryn McKenna is a science journalist and author. In her previous appearance here, she described how she launched her career in investigative journalism and, eventually, she landed with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution covering the CDC. In time, Maryn became an expert in the over-use of antibiotics with animals and humans, and that has led to h ...…
 
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Remembering The Passed
 
Remembering Jake LaMotta, Bernie Casey, Lillian Ross, Dr. Ted Eger Jake LaMotta was one of the country’s most well-known boxers. He was the middleweight champion in the early 1950’s but he is best known for his six fights with Sugar Ray Robinson, and as the main character portrayed in the boxing film Raging Bull (1980) by Robert DeNiro, who own ...…
 
You’ll understand it when you’re older. Every generation thinks it invented sex, but your grandparents probably have stories that would set your jaw to dropping. All The Sex I Ever Had is a tender encounter with real people and will have audiences laughing and crying in an intimate and rare lesson from a generation of people too often rendered ...…
 
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Memphis Type History: The Podcast
 
In this episode of Memphis Type History: The Podcast, Caitlin and Rebecca get on a boat. No, that's wishful thinking. Instead, Caitlin tells Rebecca about the history of steamboats and how these ships played a role in the growth of Memphis. This episode begins with an introduction to Caitlin's favorite steamboat captain, singer and songwriter J ...…
 
Politically Incorrect today, but in the 1950's and 1960's they were hugely popular these are songs that for various reasons are not acceptable in our present climate.By oldtimernr@hotmail.com.
 
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Discursive Poetry
 
The domino theory, popular in the United States in the 1950s that a zero tolerance attitude should be taken towards communist movements so as to prevent the insidious spread of communism, famously turned out to be misjudged. The domino theory is an example of a slippery slope argument. Such arguments are not per se fallacious but they tend to b ...…
 
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Christ Lutheran Church in Webster Groves, MO
 
October 1, 2017. On this 120th anniversary of our congregation, Pastor Keith talks about where we've come from, the individual and congregational DNA that make us who we are today, and our shared path toward the future. *** [Keywords: 120 years ago 15% 1897 1917 1950s 1986 1996 20 years 20% 2017 76 years ago AELC American Lutheran Church Arden ...…
 
On this edition, Ralph Tyko welcomes George Grimm to The Zone, for the first time. George wrote "We Did Everything But Win," about the New York Rangers," an Original Six Hockey team in the 1950's and '60sComfortably Zoned Radio Network/rzt, production.Check out our website. http://comfortablyzonedradio.com/If you enjoy our offerings, we ask tha ...…
 
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THE Leadership Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Japan
 
Leadership Blind Spots Do leaders have to be perfect? It sounds ridiculous to expect that, because none of us are perfect. However, leaders often act like they are perfect. They assume the mantle of position power and shoot out orders and commands to those below them in the hierarchy. They derive the direction forward, make the tough calls and ...…
 
Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/tededView full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-strange-case-of-the-cyclops-sheep-tien-nguyenIn the 1950s, a group of ranchers in Idaho were baffled when their sheep gave birth to lambs with only one eye. Mystified by these cyclops sheep, they called in scientists from the U.S. Departmen ...…
 
Swami Sivananda chants and gives instructions. Historical Recording from Sivananda Ashram Rishikesh, probably from the 1950s. With Kirtan and English Chanting.By sukadev@yoga-vidya.de (Sukadev Bretz).
 
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The Everyday People Podcast
 
This episode John interviews his former middle school history teacher, Mrs. Carrie Peoples. This was a long, but thoroughly entertaining. She is as honest as she is hilarious as she talks about her life growing up on Capitol Hill in the 1940/1950s, her tenure in the Navy, meeting the love of her life, and finally ending up as an awesome teacher ...…
 
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Politics4LazyDummies
 
This episode is how North Korea and the U.S. have been at war since 1950's.
 
Back in the 50s and 60s, your home wasn’t complete if you didn’t have your own fallout shelter. This classic educational video shows you how to build your own. Welcome to Retro Week, where we’ll be firing up the flux capacitor and bringing you 1950s know-how on everything from casserole-making to fallout-shelter-building to the joys of letting ...…
 
(LOS ANGELES) — Playboy founder Hugh M. Hefner, the pipe-smoking hedonist who revved up the sexual revolution in the 1950s and built a multimedia empire of clubs, mansions, movies and television, symbolized by bow-tied women in bunny costumes, has died at age 91. Hefner died of natural causes at his home surrounded by family on Wednesday night, ...…
 
Siddhartha Khosla is a film and television composer, and singer/songwriter/producer of the critically acclaimed band, Goldspot.Siddhartha is currently scoring NBC’s hit Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated drama series, “This Is Us,” starring Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, and Sterling K. Brown. The show is television’s biggest breakout hit of the y ...…
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
For almost as long as we have had movies, cinema owners have tried to innovate to encourage audiences to leave their homes. When TV became mainstream in the 1950s, Hollywood and the theatre chains went widescreen and then deep with 3D. Now some cinemas overseas are more like theme parks with seats that move and jets of water sprinkling fake rai ...…
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
For almost as long as we have had movies, cinema owners have tried to innovate to encourage audiences to leave their homes. When TV became mainstream in the 1950s, Hollywood and the theatre chains went widescreen and then deep with 3D. Now some cinemas overseas are more like theme parks with seats that move and jets of water sprinkling fake rai ...…
 
E334 | Along with new maritime networks, information stiched together the empires of the early modern period. One component of the growing networks of information in the increasingly connected space of the Mediterranean world was espionage. As we learn in our latest conversation with Emrah Safa Gürkan about his new book Sultanın Casusları (Spie ...…
 
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Maroon and White Report
 
LouisianaLafayette puts up a fight in the first half but the Aggies storm ahead for win TexAgs Olin Buchanan and Gabe Bock reflect on the win Plus 1950s quarterback Jimmy Wright shares his thoughts on the signalcaller play for Kevin Sumlins club
 
Episode 66: Part 2 – IDA LUPINO In which your hosts ‘deep dive’ into the works of golden age actress and pioneering film director Ida Lupino. From the toast of 1940s Hollywood, acting opposite Bogart, to carving out a career in the 1950s as a film director handling taboo subjects. From her best performances on screen to her strongest work behin ...…
 
JELLOMANIA - PART 1!!!!!!!!Welcome to the JelloDome! The Ladies dive mouth-first into the disturbing world of horse hooves and 1950's horror food. These barely-edible creations invoked fear that has yet to been seen here at LLHQ...one even had a birthday candle. Head to @LunchLadiesPod on Instagram to see for yourself!Aja -Jellied Stuffed EggsE ...…
 
Jack Jackson, 1950s noir detective and his secretary Kitty Kitsworth tackle their toughest case yet. The plot thickens, Jack discovers a secret society during a visit to the Malarone manor. He and young Toby Malarone (played by special guest audrey dyte) stumble into something dark and together they have to unravel just how deep this goes and w ...…
 
A conversation with John Caldwell, the 'Father' of Nordic skiing in the U.S. John competed in the 1952 Olympics in Nordic Combined and coached the U.S. Ski Team and the U.S. Olympic Team at the 1960, '64, '68, '72 and '84 Games. He coached Nordic and taught math at The Putney School from the mid 1950s until his retirement in 1989. His athletes ...…
 
Dr. Al Danenberg, Wholistic Periodontist and Functional Medicine Doctor, discusses periodontal disease and the health of the mouth with Dr. Ben Weitz. Periodontitis is caused by microorganisms adhering to the teeth and an overly aggressive immune response. This occurs in over 50% of the US population. 92% have gingivitis, which is an infection ...…
 
I was not raised in religion. My interest in spirituality is entirely self-motivated. When I was seven years old, I asked to attend a Vacation Bible School, so I could ask questions like "Is Mother Nature God's wife?" MENTIONED IN THE SHOW The Magicians Drawing Down the Moon - Margot Adler The Jungle Book (1967) God’s Eye Trust in Me - Siouxsie ...…
 
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Remembering The Passed
 
Remembering Shelley Berman, Jud Heathcote, Rollie Massimino, Richard Anderson Shelley Berman was the Chicago comedian who popularized the one-person telephone sketch. He was one of the country’s top comics in the late 1950’s/early 1960’s and he did a memorable turn on Twilight Zone, but his career took a downturn, only to be revived by his role ...…
 
Host Travis "the Mouth" is joined by Mark "Two Fingers" as they go on record about Mafia movies. Travis does time and addresses some old wrongs in the Department of Corrections Department, before discussing a new cast for the un-remakeable, genre-defining classic The Godfather (1972). After the break, a ranking of the most profane movies of all ...…
 
050 – Vocabulary in Counselling – Redecision Therapy – Dealing with Conflict In episode 50 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly describes the benefits of expanding your vocabulary. ‘Theory with Rory’ looks at redecision therapy, a school of transactional analysis. Last but not least, the presenters discuss the role and experience of conf ...…
 
When I was growing up, I listened to Rachmaninoff and I listened to Motown. It’s not as strange a pairing as it might seem. The music that came from both was incredible, and in the case of the latter, Motown was not just the sound of “young America”, but the beating rhythm behind the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. How relevant th ...…
 
E333 | Pirates are usually imagined as outlaws. But as the history of the early modern Mediterranean demonstrates, the line between illegal raiding and legitimate maritime violence was blurry, easily crossed, and often a moving target. In this episode, we talk to Joshua White about his book Piracy and Law in the Ottoman Mediterranean. We consid ...…
 
Inspiration can strike from anywhere. Reading the obits one day, Kenneth Jones came across the story of Emily Wheelock Reed, a librarian who lived and worked in Alabama during the 1950's and 60's. Trouble began for her when she added illustrator Garth Williams' book The Rabbits' Wedding to her stacks, a book that portrays the marriage of a blac ...…
 
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Inside the Disney Vault
 
Janie Stolar (@janiefierce) joins us for an exciting episode as we enter the 1950s and discuss this quintessential Disney stalwart. Oscar’s #pinnochiotheory gets tested as sweet mice and birds sing and wear clothing, but a bratty cat has nothing to say. We discuss Cinderella’s lack of sass juxtaposed with Lady Tremaine’s fierceness. Fairy Godmo ...…
 
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The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Video)
 
The Agenda follows the hunt for and discovery of the Avro Arrow, found recently at the bottom of Lake Ontario. The jet interceptors were built in Malton, Ontario in the 1950s and it is believed that nine small-scale test models were strapped to rockets and fired over the lake. A search mission has just recovered the first one.…
 
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The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
 
The Agenda follows the hunt for and discovery of the Avro Arrow, found recently at the bottom of Lake Ontario. The jet interceptors were built in Malton, Ontario in the 1950s and it is believed that nine small-scale test models were strapped to rockets and fired over the lake. A search mission has just recovered the first one.…
 
Join Holly Stephey as she talks to Julian David Stone about his new book & Kickstarter project - "No Cameras Allowed - My Career as an Outlaw Rock and Roll Photographer". While experiencing the adventures that make-up the book No Cameras Allowed - My Career as an Outlaw Rock and Roll Photographer, Julian David Stone grew-up in the San Francisco ...…
 
Jack Jackson, 1950s noir detective and his secretary Kitty Kitsworth tackle their toughest case yet. Jack is contacted by an old colleague Jones Joneson, Better known as Madagascar Jones. He needs Jacks help to find An ancient artifact of terrible power that went missing. * Jeremy Brint - Jack Jackson, PI. * Sarah Henshaw - Sally "Kitty" Kitswo ...…
 
How has western vegetarianism risen, within living memory, from fringe to mainstream choice? And how has veganism gone from nowhere to everywhere? Episode 15: Liberation This final episode recounts the growth of veganism, vegetarianism, and the modern animal advocacy movement. Ian treads in the footsteps of the handful of pioneers who set up th ...…
 
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