CBS D-Day Invasion Coverage
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CBS D-Day Invasion Coverage Vol. 1

CBS D-Day Invasion Coverage Vol. 2

CBS D-Day Invasion Coverage Vol. 3

CBS D-Day Invasion Coverage Vol. 1-3

CBS D-Day Invasion Coverage  Vol. 1
CD 1  (2:00-3:42am) 6/6/44
T1  Irwin Darlington w/German Reports
T2  Robert Trout w/German Reports
T3  Robert Trout w/German Reports
T4  Robert Trout (Beginning of long form programming)
    Tour of the Columbia Newsroom, Maj. George Fielding Elliott,
    Jessie Sasmore,  Ned Calmer
    BBC feed of Communique #1 (3:32am),   Maj. George Fielding Elliott,
    Murrow reads “Order of the Day”,  Maj. George Fielding Elliott,
    Herbert M. Clark from London (Pool Report)

CD 2  (3:42-4:45am) 6/6/44
T1  Robert Trout recaps news, Eisenhower from SHAEF, King Haakon VII,
      Premier Gerbandy, Premier Pierdot
T2  Wright Bryan (Pool Report) from London (eyewitness account of a
    parachute drop.  Interrupted by Trout w/news of 1st fighting
    inland), Maj. George Fielding Elliott, Quentin Reynolds,
    John  W. Vandercook (Pool Report), Quentin Reynolds, James
    Willard (Pool Report)

CD 3  (4:45-5:52am) 6/6/44
T1  Robert Trout recaps events of the day,   Maj. George Fielding
    Elliott, Richard C. Hottelet,  David Anderson  (Pool Report),
    Arthur Mann
T2  Edward R. Murrow & Paul White discuss how CBS is covering d-day,
    Quentin Reynolds describes Eisenhower’s speech to occupied Europe,
    Bill Henry reports from Washington, Joe McCafferty from the
    Pentagon, Maj. George Fielding Elliott,

CD 4  (5:52-6:52am) 6/6/44
T1  Robert Trout recaps events of the day,  BBC d-day report, Trout
    continues to re-cap, Charles Shaw (Pool Report)
T2  Trout reads Churchill’s  statement to the house of Commons, Ned
    Calmer,  Trout w/more of Churchill’s statement, more re-cap,
    Don Pryor  introduces Lt. Col. Victor M. Morrison

CD 5  (6:52-8:00am) 6/6/44
T1 George Fielding Elliott, station break
   Trout d-day updates,  Joe McCafferty at the Pentagon,  Joe King
   reads Richard C. Hottelet’s earlier report,  Maj. George Fielding
   Elliott,  Trout promotes upcoming d-day events, station break
T2 Ned Calmer, Quentin Reynolds,  Station Break
   Alan Jackson takes over for Trout, Richard C. Hottelet

CD 6  (8:00-9:00am) 6/6/44
T1 Alan Jackson
T2 Stanley Richardson (eyewitness account of the invasion fleet…the are
   several failed attempts to reach him),  Alan Jackson reviews CBS’s
   overnight d-day coverage, Merrill Mueller from SHAEF HQ on
   Eisenhower’s last hours before invasion,  Robert Trout returns, Maj.
   George Fielding Elliott,  more attempts to reach Richardson/Mueller,

CD 7  (9:00-10:00am) 6/6/44
T1 Alan Jackson review and updates of d-day,  Robert Trout
   review/update, Charles Collingwood action recording,  Charles Shaw
   and Paul White 2-way conversation about how CBS will handle d-day
   coverage,   Joe McCafferty from Pentagon,  Quentin Reynolds
T2 Ned Calmer,  Alan Jackson,  Quentin Reynolds looks at Eisenhower’s
   speech to occupied Europe,  Trout announces CBS will resume regular

CD 8  (10:00-11:00am) 6/6/44

T1  Valiant Lady
T2  Light of the World
T3  The Open Door
T4  Bachelor’s Children

CD 9  (11:00-12:00pm) 6/6/44

T1  Amanda of Honeymoon Hill
T2  Second Husband
T3  CBS News Summary
T4  Aunt Jenny’s True Life Stories

CD 10  (12:00-1:00pm) 6/6/44

T1  Kate Smith Speaks
T2  Big Sister
T3  Helen Trent
T4  CBS D-Day Coverage
    Edward R. Murrow reports from London, Douglas Edwards re-caps what
    CBS has done covering d-day so far plus a summary of the news,
    Quincy Howell

CD 11  (1:00-2:00pm)  6/6/44
T1  CBS D-Day Coverage
    John Daly reviews the day’s news
T2  Crisco Radio Newspaper
    Alan Jackson reports,  Bernadine Flynn  (host of Crisco Radio
    Newspaper) ,  Alan Jackson reports, Bernadine Flynn
T3  Recorded Music, Albert Leitch from Washington

CD 12  (2:00-3:00pm)  6/6/44
T1  Recorded music
T2  News w/Quincy Howell, William Shirer,
T3  Recorded music
T4  News, reports by Merrill Mueller (incorrect report then no report),
    recorded music

CBS D-Day Invasion Coverage  Vol. 2
CD 13  (3:00-4:00pm)  6/6/44
T1  BBC report:  King of England,  invasion news
T2  Alan Jackson for Bob Trout and his regular 3:15pm report
T3  BBC report : ( 3:30pm ) Merill Mueller report
    Bill Henry from House of Representatives w/Moss of Minn., McCormick
    of Mass., Gore of  Tenn. John Daly reports from New York, Howard
    Marshall report from the BBC

CD 14  (4:00-4:49pm)  6/6/44
T1  Recorded Music
T2  News Reports of Invasion
T3  Recorded Music

CD15  (5:00-6:00pm)
T1  News reports:  John Daly, Quincy Howell, Bill Shirer
T2  Archie Bleyer & His Orchestra
T3  News reports: waiting for Communique #2

CD 16  (6:00-7:00p)  6/6/44
(T1) News w/Quincy Howell including insights into Communique #2
(T2) News w/Edwin C. Hill, Communique #2 arrives
(T3) Jeri Sullivan’s Dream House
(T4) The World Today  w/Douglas Edwards  reports from Edward R. Murrow,
     Farnsworth Powell (report went to 1 min early…countdown is heard),
     & Bill Henry
(T5) The Meaning of the News

CD 17  (7:00-8:00pm)  6/6/44
(T1) News w/John Daly, Quentin Reynolds, Maj. George Fielding Elliott
(T2) Passing Parade
(T3) American Melody Hour (interrupted by bbc bulletin)
(T4) Bulletin from BBC (bbc’s talk up and billboard heard CBS joined
     to early), Kent Stevenson (bbc reporter), John Daly, Ward Smith
     from London, Chester Wilmut’s report is read from the bbc studio

CD 18  (8:00-9:00)  6/6/44
(T1) Columbia Presents Corwin:  #14  An American Trilogy-Carl Sandberg
     Pt. 1
(T2) News w/John Daly, Quentin Reynolds (GI Joe report),  Maj. George
     Fielding Elliott, Charles Shaw, Don Pryor
(T3) News Summary w/Bill Henry

CD 19 (9:00-10:00pm)  6/6/44
(T1) Burns & Allen
(T2) Doctor Fights:  #01  (1st show)

CD 20 (10:00-11:00pm)  6/6/44
(T1) Roosevelt D-Day Prayer
(T2) Bob Trout, Edward R. Murrow, Quentin Reynolds, William Shirer,
     Maj. George Fielding Elliott
(T3) U.S. Navy Band Concert

CD 21 (11:00-12:00am)  6/6/44
(T1) Irwin Darlington, Ned Calmer, Quincy Howell
(T2) Words and Music by Joan Brooks
(T3) Robert Trout, George Hicks (famous pool report), Quentin Reynolds,
     Charles Shaw

CD 22 (12:00-1:00am)  6/7/44
(T1) Robert Trout, Joseph C. Harsh (sp), Ned Calmer, William Shirer,
     Maj. George Fielding Elliott
(T2) Harry James & His Orchestra from Hotel Astor New York City

CD 23 (1:00-2:00am)  6/7/44
(T1) CBS d-day coverage…  (need to re-listen)
(T2) Bill Snyder, his piano & orchestra

CD 24 (2:00-3:00am)  6/7/44
(T1) Robert Trout, BBC news report (8am UK time)
(T2) Ralph Morrison & his Orchestra from Chicago
(T3) Manny Strand  & his Orchestra from Hollywood
(T4) Dale Jones & Company

CBS D-Day Invasion Coverage  Vol. 3
CD 25 (3:00-5:15am)  6/7/44
(T1) News:  Douglas Edwards (3:00am)
(T2) Henry King, His Piano & Orchestra  (3:04am)
(T3) News: Douglas Edwards (5:00am)

CD 26 (5:15-9:00am)  6/7/44
(T1) Douglas Edwards reads Communique #3
(T2) Stanley Richardson “pool” report (with raw talk up)
(T3) News: Alan Jackson  (6:00am)
(T4) News: Alan Jackson  (7:00am)
(T5) News: Irwin Darlington  (7:28am)
(T6) News: Irwin Darlington  (7:45am)  w/report from Richard C.
(T7) News: Alan Jackson  (8:00am)  w/reports from Winston Burdette,
     Richard C. Hottelet,
     Chris Coffin, William J. Dunn
(T8) News: pool report from Merrill Mueller
(T9) News: pool report from George Wheeler

CD 27 (9:00-10:00am)  6/7/44
(T1) News:  Harry Marble  (9:00am)  reports from Richard C. Hottelet,
(T2) Sing Along with the Landt Trio  (9:15am)
(T3) This Life is Mine  (9:45am)

CD 28 (10:00-11:00am)  6/7/44
(T1) News:  Harry Marble
(T2) Light of the World
(T3) Open Door
(T4) Bachelor’s Children

CD 29 (11:00-12:00pm)  6/7/44
(T1) News: includes BBC Radio Newsreel  #143
(T2) Second Husband
(T3) Bright Horizon
(T4) Aunt Jenny’s True Life Stories

CD 30 (12:00-1:00pm)  6/7/44
(T1) Kate Smith Seeks
(T2) Big Sister
(T3) Romance of Helen Trent
(T4) Our Gal Sunday

CD 31 (1:00-2:00pm)  6/7/44
(T1) Life Can Be Beautiful
(T2) Ma Perkins
(T3) Crisco Radio Newspaper:  News w/Alan Jackson  w/a report from
     Richard C. Hottelet
(T4) Goldbergs

CD 32 (2:00-3:00pm)  6/7/44
(T1) Portia Faces Life
(T2) Joyce Jordan, M.D.
(T3) News: Harry Marble w/reports from John Daly, William Shirer, Joe
(T4) Perry Mason:  The Puzzled Suitor

CD 33 (3:00-4:00pm)  6/7/44
(T1) Story of Mary Marlin
(T2) U.S. Navy Band Concert
(T3) News: Robert Trout   w/a report from Charles Shaw
(T4) The Jubilaires

CD 34 (4:00-4:45pm)  6/7/44
(T1) Broadway Matinee
(T2) The Wayfarin Stranger  w/Burl Ives
(T3) News: John Daly, Bill Henry talks w/ a mine sweeper, Quincy Howell
(T4) What Are We Fighting For  #1 of six broadcasts from West Point
        w/guest Edward R. Murrow

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