Subject Source: Library Of Congress Genre/Form TermsScope Note: Johnson, J. Modern radio station practices, c1972: p. 69 (Interview: statements, opinions, and answers to questions; can be recorded and excerpts used in the body of a newscast; can also be a program or program segment of itself)
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Host Bill Buckingham interviews Chuck Kendrick, Senator Peter H. Dominick's administrative assistant, during a segment of his radio program, Voice of Washington, in 1967. Kendrick discusses his job responsibilities and his move to Washington, D.C. from Denver, Colo. He also reports that Sen. Dominick (R-Colo.) is currently attending a meeting with members of Congress and British foreign affairs experts at the Ditchley Foundation in order to discuss Middle East issues, including the Middle East...
Abstract Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions from CBS news correspondents Stanley Levy, Alan Jackson, and Hughes Rudd during the 819th edition of the radio program, Capitol cloakroom, on July 16, 1964 in San Francisco, California. Sen. Dominick discusses topics related to the 1964 Republican National Convention including whether the nomination of Senator Barry M. Goldwater (R-Ariz.) signifies a conservative shift of the Republican Party, how the Republican platform can unite the...
Dates: 1964 July 16
Abstract Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions from CBS news correspondents Roger Mudd, Paul Niven, and Wells Church during the 747th edition of the radio program, Capitol cloakroom, on February 28, 1963 in Washington, D.C. Sen. Dominick discusses his views on topics including daylight savings time, contributing factors to his successful election to the United States Senate, U. S. concessions during negotiations of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, United States foreign policy, Republican...
Dates: 1963 February 28
Abstract Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions during a segment of the radio program, Congress calling, in Washington D.C. in 1963. As a member of the U. S. Senate District of Columbia Committee, Sen. Dominick discusses topics related to crime and crime prevention in Washington, D.C., including crime and crime rates, curfews and strong school discipline, the jurisdictional challenges of providing police protection in Washington D.C. and the difficulties of applying sentences for major...
Abstract Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions during a segment of the radio program, From the people, on June 21, 1963. Panel members posing questions include Irv Chapman, Radio Press International (RPI) Washington bureau chief, Joseph Kraft, a Washington correspondent for Harper's and Harry Clarkson, the panel moderator. Sen. Dominick discusses his views on topics including conservatism versus liberalism, the probable Republican nominee for President in 1964, pending legislation before...
Dates: 1963 June 21
Abstract Senators Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) and Floyd K. Haskell (D-Colo.) answer questions during an interview in 1973. Sen. Dominick and Sen. Haskell discuss the foreign aid appropriations bill and whether they would support providing aid to North Vietnam, the constitutionality of the presidential power of impoundment, funding for a people mover project in Denver, the environmental risks and technological benefits of the planned underground nuclear explosion at the Rio Blanco test site (May 17,...
Abstract Recording of a radio interview on a segment called "Communities in Action" with Erin Hart with Jeanne Abrams and Marjorie Horbein about the contributions of the Jewish community to Colorado and Jewish history of the area.
Dates: 1982 August 8
Abstract KCFR (Colorado Free Radio), 90.1 FM was established by the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado in 1970. The All University Student Association (AUSA) Senate provided the majority of the funding. The station was operated by a Radio Board and was staffed by students in order to offer hands-on experience in radio production. KCFR published two monthly publications, Wasteland and Selections. In 1973, KCFR became a National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate. In 1984, KCFR separated from the...
Abstract Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions from host Bob [Askee/Aske?] during a series of episodes of KHOW's radio program, Spectrum, recorded in Colorado in May, 1971. Sen. Dominick discusses the recent anti-war demonstrations in Washington, D.C. organized by the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) and Rennie Davis, his personal position on the Vietnam War and his views on setting timetables for troop withdrawal, and the controversy over Communist China's admission to the United...
Abstract Bob [Core/Kohr/Coor?] questions Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) for the Congressional reports program on October 10, 1967. Sen. Dominick addresses topics including the proposed Central Arizona Project, water rights in adjoining states, appropriations bills, formulas for federal aid to impacted areas, interstate highways, passenger train discontinuances and advocates for the requirement of air crash locator beacons.
Dates: 1967 October 10