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News on Monitoradio: a broadcast service of The Christian Science Monitor, 1985-04-26

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News on Monitoradio: a broadcast service of The Christian Science Monitor, 1985-04-26
Additional title: Christian Science monitor
Parrott, John (Host)
Anable, David (Commentator)
Knickerbocker, Brad (Commentator)
Domowitz, Janet (Commentator)
Nelson, Robert (American filmmaker, 1930-2012) (Commentator)
Francis, David (Commentator)
Terry, Sara (Commentator)
Goodale, Gloria (Commentator)
Brendel, Alfred (Commentator)
Harsch, Joseph C. (Joseph Close), 1905- (Commentator)
Hirsch, Paul M. (Paul Morris) (Commentator)
Flash, Mara (Narrator)
Monitoradio (Distributor)

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Dates / Origin
Date Created: 1985-04-26
Library locations
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound
Shelf locator: *LTC-A 1618
Brendel, Alfred -- Interviews
Reagan, Ronald
Consolidation and merger of corporations
Pianists -- Austria
History, Modern -- 20th century
Radio journalism
United States -- Politics and government -- 1981-1989
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1981-1989
Brazil -- Politics and government -- 1964-1985
Nicaragua -- Politics and government -- 1979-1990
Europe -- Economic conditions -- 20th century
Ruffin, Carolyn F. Sit up, take note
Radio programs
Source note: Title created by cataloger; date from the label on the original cassette; credits from audition.
Performers: John Parrott, host ; David Anable, Brad Knickerbocker, Janet Domowitz, Rob Nelson, Wally (?) Jones, David Francis, Sara Terry, Gloria Goodale, Joseph C. Harsch, Paul M. Hirsch, Alfred Brendel, commentators ; Mara Flash, narrator.
Venue: Broadcast on Monitoradio in Boston 1985 April 26.
Physical Description
Extent: 1 audiocassette (57 min.) : analog, stereo
The program hosted by J. Parrott covers major domestic and world-wide political and economic events presented and discussed by commentators David Anable, Rob Nelson, Janet Domowitz, Gloria Goodale, David Francis, Brad Knickerbocker, Sara Terry and a few others whose names are not verified. Additional reportage is conducted by Professor Paul M. Hirsch and by Wally (?) Jones on the impact and process of corporate take-overs and junk bonds. The program also features a special guest, Austrian pianist Alfred Brendel, who talks about himself, his approach to music, choice of repertoire, interpretation of music, and his thoughts on composers. Other subjects include: President Reagan's economic and international policy and his budget plan; Soviet-American relationship on missile disarmament; the upcoming Geneva Summit; American involvement in Nicaragua and standpoint with Nicaraguan Sandinistas; economic and domestic political situation in Brazil in the aftermath of Tancredo Neves's death and transition to new president José Sarney; the 10th anniversary of Vietnam war and analysis of the Soviet, Chinese and American relationship as well as intervention tactics in general (discussed by foreign correspondent Joseph C. Harsch and David Anable); South Boston memorial to the victims of the Vietnamese war and the fate of Vietnam veterans; President Reagan's approaching visit to Germany; and analysis of the European economic import-export market. The program concludes with Mara Flash reading the short story "Sit up, take note" written by Carolyn F. Ruffin.
Type of Resource
Sound recording
RLIN/OCLC: 929457565
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20839074
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 1fb80670-b932-0133-9e74-60f81dd2b63c
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