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Carnegie Hall Tenants

Thursday, November 21, 2013

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.


WNYC archives id: 57954

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Mets reception at City Hall

Monday, October 20, 1969

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Abruptly begins with audio from United Nations, interrupted at 4:30 in for the City Hall reception for the New York Mets, winners of the 1969 World Series.

Star ...

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James M. Hester

Monday, May 05, 1969

Walter James Miller interviews New York University president, Dr. James M. Hester, about NYU's new development program and fundraising campaign, which includes plans for new academic buildings, such as new scientific facilities and a new library.


WNYC archives id: 73192

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New York Poets - Are They Different?

Sunday, September 15, 1968

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William Packard moderates. He introduces the discussion program on New York poets, an extension of a course offered at New York University this fall, he names many poets who are involved ...

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Robert F. Kennedy Funeral

Saturday, June 08, 1968

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Opens with tone.

Various reporters speak, Bill Greenwood (ABC Radio) at Arlington National Cemetery describes the scene.

The train carrying the body of Robert F. ...

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Jackie Robinson and Sterling Wade Brown

Tuesday, February 20, 1968

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Jim Grier interviews Jackie Robinson, National Chairman of Brotherhood Week and Sterling Wade Brown, President of the National Conference of Christians and Jews.


Robinson describes the purpose of Brotherhood Week ...

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United Nations: Human Rights Day

Sunday, December 10, 1967

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19th anniversary of the adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Announcer introduces the event and notes the planned events for ...

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Robert C. Weinberg on Daniel P. Moynihan.

Tuesday, November 21, 1967

Robert C. Weinberg reports:

"Architecture in a time of trouble", a speech by Daniel Patrick Moynihan to alumni of Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Moynihan heads MIT-Harvard Institute for Advanced Studies. He said in his speech: "urban design affects atmosphere of the slums".

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Robert C. Weinberg on Times Square

Tuesday, October 17, 1967

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WNYC Critic-at-large on Planned Congestion for Times Square

"Are there enough theaters in the Times Square area or should there be more? This, basically, is the point at ...

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Views and People In The News: Walter Starke

Monday, September 04, 1967

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Gail Gary interviews Walter Starke. They discuss his book "Double Thread." He discusses how he has dealt with personal problems. He discusses his travels around the world as well as his ...

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Sounds of History

Tuesday, May 30, 1967

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Memorial Day feature for WNYC. Narrator Burgess Meredith. Biographies of FDR, Truman, Eisenhower, JFK, Stevenson, MacArthur. Excerpts of their speeches.

"Sounds of History" Memorial Day special presented by ...

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Svetlana Alliluyeva

Wednesday, April 26, 1967

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Svetlana Alliluyeva, daughter of Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin and Nadezhda Alliluyeva discusses her decision to defect from the Soviet Union.
She speaks of being overwhelmed by the press conference and ...

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Views and People In The News: Dustin Hoffman interviewed by Ted Mann and Gail Gary

Thursday, January 26, 1967

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Opens with engineer chatter followed by silence.

Judy Vick of the Department of Markets provides market prices for fish.

Interview begins abruptly with Ted Mann ...

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United Neighborhood Houses of New York Annual Fall Conference

Tuesday, December 06, 1966

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Martin Luther King, Jr. addresses the United Neighborhood Houses of New York conference. He talks about the anachronism of slum housing in the 1960's of the United States.

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Taxi Hearings

Wednesday, August 31, 1966

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Second public hearing held by the Mayor's taxi panel.
Should taxis remain in the hack bureau of the police department or be under some other governing body. This meeting deals ...

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Convocation Dinner to honor Thurgood Marshall

Sunday, July 31, 1966

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12th Anniversary of the Supreme Court decision on school integration

Jack Greenberg, Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund ,opens the evenings events by ...

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Mayor's Task Force on Municipal Archives

Friday, July 08, 1966

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Press conference for the press to ask questions of the the task force to ensure the documents of the City are preserved. Mayor Lindsay opens with a description of the planned ...

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Community Action : Shortage of Social Workers

Wednesday, May 11, 1966

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Panel discussion regarding the shortage of social workers and what can be done to address this problem.
Panel includes moderator James Fogarty and guests Dr. Alex Rosen, Dean of NYU's ...

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Americans for Democratic Action Roosevelt Day Dinner

Thursday, January 27, 1966

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Theme of the evening: Human resources in an abundant society."

Begins with room noise and chatter. Mayor Lindsay introduces head table, welcomes guests. Howard J. Samuels, dinner co-chairman, ...

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Fire Works

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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Fire Commissioner Lowery requests the cooperation ...

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