|1||Hosts: Bing Crosby And Arlene Francis - Covering The Years 1946 Through 1966, Special Material By Ben Grauer, Joe Garagiola And Edwin Newman / NBC News|
|2||Host: John Chancellor / NBC News, Covering The Years 1966 Through 1976, Special Material By Gene Shalit|
|3||Host: Ben Grauer - Covering The Years 1926 Through 1936, Special Material By John Chancellor / NBC News|
|4||Host: Bob Hope - Covering The Years 1936 Through 1946|
Label title reads: "NBC Radio Network Presents: The First Fabulous Fifty" while sleeve title reads: "NBC Radio Network Presents: The First Fabulous Fifty".
NBC's THE FIRST FABULOUS FIFTY November 1, 1926 The National Broadcasting Company was created when RCA purchased radio stations WEAF-New York. The WEAF stations and network would become known as the NBC Red network the WJZ stations and network would be dubbed the NBC Blue network, which later became the American Broadcasting Company. NBC: the giants of a medium that has permeated American society for most of the 20th century. Radio's power has always depended upon diverse talents and many kinds of genius. Radio has given us the freedom to use our imagination. The Fabulous 50's, Vol. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2013 jazz. The Fabulous 50s - 1950. Album 2010 24 Songs. The Fabulous 50s 1955. Various Artists. Pop 2010. Love Is The Tender Trap. Frank Sinatra. The National Broadcasting Company's NBC Radio Network known as the NBC Red Network prior to 1942 was an American commercial radio network, founded in 1926. Along with the NBC Blue Network it was one of the first two nationwide networks established in the United States. Its major competitors were the Columbia Broadcasting System CBS, founded in 1927, and the Mutual Broadcasting System, founded in 1934. Fabulous50s is a celebration of all women in their 50s. We are constantly in flux, ever changing. Every new day presents a new set of opportunities and challenges for us to overcome and accomplish in equal measure. One door that seemingly closes gives way to another door opening and things are never really as final as they seem. Because of this, its never too late to start something new. Even the spark of a new idea can lead to so much greatness. There is no such thing as missing the boat just catching a later one. Leo Green presents 'Fabulous Films of the 50s' with Joe Stilgoe and Louise Dearman. Leo Green presents a programme celebrating the fabulous film scores of the 50s. Among the movies, 'Ben Hur', 'The Bridge on the River Kwai' and 'Singin in the Rain' among the songs 'Who Wants To be A Millionaire' from 'High Society', 'The Deadwood Stage' from 'Calamity Jane' and 'Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend' from the Marilyn Monroe classic 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'. Jazz singer Joe Stilgoe and West End star Louise Dearman join BBC Radio 2's 'Sound of the 50s' presenter Leo Gree