Yes, I provided transfers of over 700 TIB programs to NPR for use with
their new radio series. Dan Gediman and Jay Allison were the persons
working with the program at that time; I assume they still are.
The records were not in the auction, but in my private collection. It is
our intention to release them as a boxed set.
At 12:11 PM 2/9/2006, you wrote:
>Seems to me someone had a whole load of the original syndication discs on an
>auction list a while back....possibly Kurt Nauck?
>John Gregory wrote:
> > Our company is producing the National Public Radio (NPR) series "This I
> > Believe." It's a revival of a daily, five-minute program of the same name
> > hosted by Edward R. Murrow. The series aired on CBS stations across
> > between 1951 and 1955.
> > We are actively seeking copies any material (audio recordings, promos,
> > broadcast schedules, publicity materials, scripts etc) relating to the
> > original series to compile a complete archive of "This I Believe" then and
> > now. We hope that archive audio collectors or local station personnel may
> > have kept such material from that time, or transferred it to an archive
> > somewhere. Could you please help spread the word through your contacts
> > about our efforts? We would greatly appreciate hearing from anyone who
> > might be able to provide some valuable information.
> > Thank you very much for your time and assistance,
> > John Gregory
> > Project Manager
> > This I Believe, Inc.
> > 2424 Frankfort Ave #1
> > Louisville, KY 40206
> > 502-259-9889
> > www.npr.org/thisibelieve
> > www.thisibelieve.org
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