• 02:34

    A Year at the Oscars: 1949

    in Film

    Time to get in one more episode in the Year at the Oscars series to wrap up the 1940's before the 2012 Film Awards Season gets underway!   Tonight, journey back to 1949 to celebrate that year's movies and the Academy Awards, which ended up selecting ALL THE KING'S MEN as the year's best film. As usual, we'll revisit the time through music and the movies, but also in a rare treat, hear the complete original radio broadcast of the Academy Awards ceremony honoring the films of 1949.   It's the perfect way to get all prepared for the upcoming 2012 Film Awards Season, and a great way to celebrate the 6th anniversary of the Oscar, Oscar online radio show!

  • 00:30

    Old Time Radio Show Father Knows Best; The Skunk Has To Go

    in Books

    Join us for this delightful comedy of a Father Knows Best


    Father Knows Best is an American radio and television comedy series, which portrayed a middle class family life in the Midwest. Created by writer Ed James in the 1940s, and ran on radio from 1949 to 1954 and on television from 1954 to 1960.


    The series began August 25, 1949, on NBC Radio. Set in the Midwest, it starred Robert Young as the General Insurance agent Jim Anderson. His wife Margaret was first portrayed by June Whitley and later by Jean Vander Pyl. The Anderson children were Betty (Rhonda Williams), Bud (Ted Donaldson), and Kathy (Norma Jean Nilsson). Others in the cast were Eleanor Audley, Herb Vigran and Sam Edwards. Sponsored through most of its run by General Foods, the series aired Thursday evenings on NBC until March 25, 1954.


    Copyright Notice: We do not own the copyright to the show. The copyright (if was obtained) has passed and expired. This show is in the public domain most likely because there was no copyright. We do not sell or charge for airing the show, it has been provided for educational and entertainment purposes of Old Time Radio Shows.


     

  • 00:13

    Martha Tilton

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Martha Tilton (A) I Should Care (B) Stranger in Town


    Side A -; Capitol 529-2-A 184 “I Should Care” written by Weston-Stordahl-Cahn


    From the MGM Movie “Thrill of a Romance”


    Tenor Saxophone Eddie Miller does both sides


    Sides A/ B recorded in 1945 location unknown


    Side B Capitol,   428-2-b 184 “Stranger in Town” Written by Mel Torme
    Genre: Swing , Jazz, Big Band


    All credit due to the artist and musicians and Capitol records, No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:  www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 . I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions


    Trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way 


    According to Wikipedia Martha Tilton (November 14, 1915 - December 8, 2006) was an American popular singer during America's  swing era  and  traditional pop  period. She is best known for her 1939 recording of "And The Angels Sings" with  BennyGoodman. 


    Tilton had a major success from 1942 to 1949 as one of the first artists to record for  Capitol Records .


    Among her biggest hits as a solo artist were "I'LL Walk Alone ", a wartime ballad which rose to #4 on the charts in 1944; "I Should Care" and "A Stranger in Town," which both peaked at #10 in 1945; and three in 1947


     

  • 01:30

    The Don S. McClure Show Live - The problem with being CONFIDENT

    in Lifestyle

    The Don S. McClure LIve- THE PROBLEM WITH BEING CONFIDENT.


    Tonight’s Topic: The problem with being confident:


    Being confident has always been one word that most people find hard to understand.


    Most of the time it is confused with the word arrogance or it’s meaning.


    Especially when men of value use and display this quality in the conquest of their dreams. For women men who lake this trait or have a hard time displaying it in their daily lives seem to be thought of as being intimidated by their beauty or intelligence.


    Which is never the case, for men who are confident.


    The men and shall I say those who lead or feel they must meet their life’s destiny are never imitated because they are true craftsmen’s of the very word confidence, using its power to persuade or guide others to the very ends of what they want to achieve.


    Featured Film: Princes of Foxes: Staring Tyrone Power, Orsen Wells, and Everet Sloan


    Film produced December 23, 1949


    In August 1500, Andrea Orsini (Tyrone Power), an artistic minor nobleman who is equally skilled with the brush, the sword, words, and women, serves the Machiavellian Prince Cesare Borgia (Orson Welles) as a soldier.

  • 00:30

    John Carver Show - Rev. Billy Graham - "Heart Disease"

    in Self Help

    On Today's Show I am reading Rev. Billy Graham's sermon called "Heart Disease."


    William (Billy) F. Graham
    Evangelist and Chairman of the Board


    Evangelist Billy Graham took Christ literally when He said in Mark 16:15, “Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature.”


    Mr. Graham has preached the Gospel to more people in live audiences than anyone else in history—nearly 215 million people in more than 185 countries and territories—through various meetings, including Mission World and Global Mission. Hundreds of millions more have been reached through television, video, film, and webcasts.


    Since the 1949 Los Angeles Crusade vaulted Mr. Graham into the public eye, he has led hundreds of thousands of individuals to make personal decisions to live for Christ, which is the main thrust of his ministry.


    Born November 7, 1918, four days before the Armistice ended World War I, Mr. Graham was reared on a dairy farm in Charlotte, North Carolina. Growing up during the Depression, he learned the value of hard work on the family farm, but he also found time to spend many hours in the hayloft reading books on a wide variety of subjects.


    In the fall of 1934, at age 15, Mr. Graham made a personal commitment to Christ through the ministry of Mordecai Ham, a traveling evangelist, who visited Charlotte for a series of revival meetings.


    “Dear Lord Jesus,


    I know I am a sinner, and I ask for your forgiveness. I believe you died for my sins and rose from the dead.  I trust and follow you as my Lord and Savior. Guide my life and help me to do your will.


    In your name, amen.”

  • 01:33

    Grilliant Ideas Foodie Radio- Food-Cooking-Entertainment

    in Food

    Welcome To Grilliant Ideas Radio! It's All About Food, Fun and Friends with Some Entertainment and Lots Of Laughs Thrown In!


    Our First Guest today is America's Most Awarded Chef, Chef Dominique Macquet! www.dominiquesonmagazine.com He will be joining us to talk about his career, New Orleans, and his new cookbook: Tropical Latitudes.


    Our second guest will be Bobby from Three Brothers Bakery www.3BrothersBakery.com Voted #1 Bakery in Houston! From Cakes, To Pies, To Cupcakes..A Family Tradition since 1949 and history dating back to the 1800's. Bring your sweet teeth!


    Our Musical Guest this week is Susie The Wedding Fiddler  You all know how Grilliant likes to fiddle around! Susie will be joining us with some fiddle music! www.susietheweddingfiddler.com 


    Come join the fun!

  • 00:42

    The Jesuit Brothers of the Pyramid shaping events in 2014. Part Six

    in History

    Inqusition in America?


    To purchase the book from Chris Pinto's web site:  Click here


    Inside the House of Representatives are the busts of two Roman Catholic popes. And not just any two popes; but the two men responsible for founding the Great Inquisition, a movement unlike any other horror recorded in the history of mankind; worse than the Holocaust of World War II, for it gripped all of Europe with terror for nearly six hundred years.  Yet, in 1949-1950, a series of relief portraits over the gallery doors of the House Chamber were added to the interior of the U.S. Capitol that were intended to depict: "...historical figures noted for their work in establishing theprinciples that underlie American law."


    Men like Thomas Jefferson and George Mason are to be found on the list, which makes sense to most students of history; and with them are a host of others, at least some of whom seem acceptable. But in the midst of this collection, we find Pope Innocent III and with him, Pope Gregory IX–two of histories most wicked figures. Arguing that these men truly influenced a government that is dedicated to the cause of human freedom requires a twisted imagination. Yet here is what is aid of these men on our official government website:


    "Innocent III (1161-1216): Medieval pope; student of cannon and civil law, who, like Gregory IX, preserved the remnants of Roman law." "Gregory IX (c. 1147-1241): Medieval pope; author of a compilation of decretals (i.e. authoritative decisions) on
    cannon law; during a critical period he was instrumental in maintaining the remnants of Roman law."

  • 01:12

    Ancient Cherokee Marine Voyages​: Berber Enigma--w/Charles Rogers & Brian Wilkes

    in Religion

    Dr. Charles L. Jahtlohi Kingfisher Rogers (website) and Grandfather Brian Wilkes (website) discuss Ancient Cherokee Cross Atlantic Migrations... The Berber Enigma. Wonder along with us as Brian Wilkes ponders tribal customs of the Cherokee Nation that match those of Berbers (Imazighen) living in the Atlas Mountains


    What Our Historical Chiefs Have Said:


    According to Chief Attakullakulla's ceremonial speech to the Cherokee Nation in 1750, we traveled here from "the rising sun" before the time of the stone age man.


    What Anthropologists Say Today


    The Cherokee migrated back and forth from Mexico twice, making the Ozark plateau our home the second time, about 800-1500 years ago. This fact has been proven scientifically by Dr. Tim Jones (a Cherokee descendant) of the University of Arizona -- who holds doctorate degrees in BOTH archeology AND anthropology.

    What Anthropologists said in 1949


    Cherokees skulls are NOT like those of other American Indians, as is shown from Anthropological evidence gathered in Archeological sites.


    From a newspaper article titled For Palefaces, by Walter Carroll, Durham Morning Herald, December 11, 1949,


    "Dr. Kelly explained that his initial concern with Cherokee Origins occurred when he came to the Cherokee reservation in 1929 as a fellow of the National Research Council. He had traveled from Harvard to make a racial study of the present tribes, principally their head forms, which are 'dolicephalic,'

  • 00:31

    4 Blood Moons; 2nd Tetrad, 1949-1950

    in Religion

    There will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars...Then they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. Now when these things begin to happen, lookk up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near.            Luke 21:25, 27-28


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    If you can not make it out to the church service you can join us on our church service line @10:30  (305)848-8888 pin 7722369228#

  • 00:44

    The future of the Nuclear Arms Race

    in Politics

    A plant in Kansas City embodies the dilemma. It was built in World War II to produce aircraft engines and went nuclear in 1949, making the mechanical and electrical parts for warheads.Its replacement, eight miles south, sits on higher ground. Its five buildings hold 2,700 employees — just like the old plant .The administration  plans for 12 new missile submarines, up to 100 new bombers and 400 land-based missiles, either new or refurbished. Manufacturing costs for these forces,the total cost of the nuclear enterprise over the next three decades at roughly  $1.1 trillion. will peak between 2024 and 2029, according to a recent study by Dr. Lewis and colleagues at the Monterey Institute.It estimated the total cost of the nuclear enterprise over the next three decades at roughly $900 billion to $1.1 trillion. Policy makers, the report said, “are only now beginning to appreciate the full scope of these procurement costs.”New Times Times


    Una planta en Kansas City encarna el dilema. Fue construido en la Segunda Guerra Mundial para producir motores de avión y se fue nuclear en 1949, por lo que las partes mecánicas y eléctricas para el reemplazo warheads.Its, ocho millas al sur, se encuentra en un terreno más alto. Sus cinco edificios tienen 2.700 empleados - al igual que la antigua administración

  • 02:15

    Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn: Persecution of Matt Hale--myth of Rule of Law

    in Education

    Carolyn Yeager speaks with Evelyn Hutcheson, mother of Reverend Matt Hale, during the first hour. Ms. Hutchison describes new efforts to free the founder of The New Church of the Creator, now called The Creativity Movement, from the 40-year prison sentence of which he has already served 11 years.


    Carolyn will continue in the 2nd hour to discuss other examples of persecution, specifically the nationalist parties in Germany from 1949 until today, with the NPD still keeping the flame alive.


    You can write to:  Matthew F. Hale 15177-424, U.S.P. Max, PO Box 8500, Florence CO 81226-8500  


    For further information: evelynhutcheson1938@gmail.com


     


     


     


     


     

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