Streams

['S' for security]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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The patrolmen turn the tune for ...

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[Look left and right]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Patrolmen write a safety song.

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[Bicycle safety]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Mr. Narrator reads a letter from ...

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[Cauliflower song]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Patrolman Dixon reads a poem about ...

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[Look both ways before you cross the street]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Mr. Narrator, Patrolman Diamond, Patrolman Dixon, ...

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[Safely cross the street]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Patrolmen show how a safety song ...

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[Think and take your time]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Mr. Narrator, Patrolman Dixon, Patrolman Southwick, ...

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[Nautical safety]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Mr. Narrator and the patrolmen make ...

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[Safety at intersections]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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The patrolmen use the tune for ...

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[The corner is the safe place to cross]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Mr. Narrator chooses a safety song ...

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[Rollerskating safety]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Patrolmen write a song about rollerskating. ...

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[Baseball safety]

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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Mr. Narrator, Patrolman Dixon, Patrolman Southwick, ...

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Trip to Careful Town

Wednesday, September 07, 1949

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Songs for children about safety.

Mr. Narrator introduces Mr. Piano, Mr. Singing Police Man, Mr. Traffic Safety Police Man, and Tommy.

The Talking Safety Book ...

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The Talking Safety Book

Wednesday, June 29, 1949

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Children's program featuring songs about safety.

Mr. Narrator and Mr. Singing Safety Police Man tell Tommy about the Talking Safety Book.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives ...

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Safety Song For Children Who Like to Play

Wednesday, June 22, 1949

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Children's program featuring songs encouraging safety.

Mr. Traffic Safety Policeman, Mr. Narrator, Mr. Singin' Safety Police Man, Tommy, and Mr. Piano write a song in the studio, "For ...

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Safety Rules for Safe Bicycle Riding

Tuesday, June 14, 1949

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Tommy tries to get Mr. Piano to talk to him, but he only talks when they are on the air.

Mr. Narrator interprets Mr. Piano's message for the ...

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[Be A Little Bit Careful]

Tuesday, April 19, 1949

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Story of two little squirrels, Buffoms and his brother Peanuts and their parents. Peanuts was a very cautious squirrelm but Buffoms was careless around the bridal path where horses ran past. ...

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No Look Louie

Thursday, April 14, 1949

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Jim Alert introduces Mr. Narrator to No Look Louie, Jimmy's friend who never looks where he is going. Mr. Narrator and Jimmy make a plan to teach Louie what can happen ...

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C. C. C. Meeting

Wednesday, April 06, 1949

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Police Safety Program brought to in cooperation with Mayor O'Dwyer and Police Commissioner William P. O'Brien by members of the Police Safety Bureau.

C. C. C. Meeting (Crossing ...

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Safe Bicycle Riding

Wednesday, March 30, 1949

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Police Safety Program brought to in cooperation with Mayor O'Dwyer and Police Commissioner William P. O'Brien by members of the Police Safety Bureau.

Mr. Narrator takes listeners on ...

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