Episode Archive

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Since I Met You Baby

Pianist/singer/ jack of many trades Ivory Joe Hunter with “Since I Met you Baby”.

After Gettysburg

Half a century after the Battle of Gettysburg, veterans from both sides gathered at the battle site to pay tribute to the fallen.

A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts

Merv Griffin with Freddy Martin and his Orchestra on a 1950 RCA Victor record

SU at 150 – School Colors

Syracuse University celebrates it’s sesquicentennial this March. We’re looking back at 150 Years of Tradition with University Archivist Meg Mason at the Special Collections ...

Hang Out the Front Door Key

You’re listening to the Shelton Brothers…that’s Bob, Joe and Merle.

Happy Days Are Here Again

Perhaps the most popular song in American campaign history, and its very unlikely source.

Mambo Italiano

Wait…they banned what?

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues was included on Harris’ Blue Kentucky Girl, a Warner Brothers LP.

Babar the King

Jean de Brunhoff introduced Babar the Elephant to the world in1931…though some credit belongs to his wife and children.

No Irish Need Apply

A little warm-up for St. Paddy's Day: Pete Seeger sings and picks a cheery-sounding tune about…workplace discrimination!

Luck Be A Lady

Okay, so you probably know Sinatra’s version better. Frankie was even considered for Marlon’s Sky Masterson role, but studio execs wanted Brando’s box-office appeal ...

Arthur Murray…Taught Me Dancing…

...In a hurry!