1960s headlines

# 259 - 1963: Music and Headlines


2:00:10 minutes (110.02 MB)

Tonight on the show, we're going back to 1963, which was a very turbulent year here at home. President Kennedy was assassinated. Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech during the March on Washington. The Vietnam War starts to heat up. A woman goes into space.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Boston Celtics
NHL: Toronto Maple Leafs
World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers
NFL: Chicago Bears
AFL: San Diego Chargers
College Football: Texas
College Basketball: Loyola of Chicago (yup)
Big Ten Football: Illinois
Master's: Jack Nicklaus (first-ever major golf win for Nicklaus)
Ohio High School Basketball: Columbus East High Tigers

TONYS:
Play: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Musical: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum

EMMYS:
Comedy: The Dick Van Dyke Show (CBS)
Drama: The Defenders (CBS)
Program of the Year: The Tunnel - NBC News (NBC)

LINKS:
1963, The Year The Beatles Found Their Voice: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2013/06/the-year-the-beatle...
The World in 1963: https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2013/02/50-years-ago-the-world-in-1963...
Sports in 1963: http://www.angelfire.com/az2/classof63/sports.html
Arts & Entertainment in 1963: http://www.angelfire.com/az2/classof63/ae63.html
(More) Headlines from 1963: http://www.angelfire.com/az2/classof63/headlinesof63.html
The People's History, 1963: http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1963.html
(Yet More) Headlines from 1963: http://www.the60sofficialsite.com/The_Headlines_of_1963.html

# 234: 1961: Music & Headlines (FULL)


1:59:36 minutes (109.51 MB)

1961. A charismatic wealthy politician takes office as President. Turmoil in Cuba. Turmoil in Berlin. Freedom Riders down South. Riots on the Ohio State Campus (because the University didn't want their spoiled little B*ckeyes to go to the Rose Bowl. Yeah, it did happen, and they still found a way to win a National Championship, despite the fact they didn't play in a Bowl Game). That was the year that was.

ACADEMY AWARDS (for 1960 Movies)
Best Picture - The Apartment
Best Director - Billy Wilder, The Apartment
Best Actor - Burt Lancaster, Elmer Gantry
Best Actress - Elizabeth Taylor, Butterfield 8
Best Supporting Actor - Peter Ustinov, Spartacus
Best Supporting Actress - Shirley Jones, Elmer Gantry
Best Foreign Language Film - The Virgin Spring (Sweden)
Original Song: "Never on Sunday"

GRAMMY AWARDS:
Album of the Year: "Button-Down Mind" - Bob Newhart (ONLY Comedy Album to win the Top Grammy)
Best New Artist: Bob Newhart
Record of the Year: "Theme from A Summer Place" - Percy Faith
Song of the Year: "Exodus" - Ernest Gold

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Program - The Jack Benny Program (CBS)
Drama Program/Program of the Year - "Macbeth", Hallmark Hall of Fame (NBC)
Variety Program - Astaire Time (NBC)
Actor, Series - Raymond Burr, Perry Mason (CBS)
Actress, Series - Barbara Stanwyck, The Barbara Stanwyck Show (NBC)
Supporting Performer, Series - Don Knotts, The Andy Griffith Show (CBS)
Supporting Performer, Single Appearance - Roddy McDowall, NBC Sunday Showcase, "Our American Honor: Not Without Honor" (NBC)
Actor, Single Appearance - Maurice Evans, Macbeth (NBC)
Actress, Single Appearance - Dame Judith Anderson, Macbeth (NBC)

TONY AWARDS:
Best Musical - Bye, Bye Birdie
Best Play - Becket (Jean Anouilh)

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Tournament: University of Cincinnati Bearcats
College Football: Alabama Crimson Tide
NFL: Green Bay Packers
NBA: Boston Celtics

# 220: 1967: Music & Headlines


2:00:01 minutes (109.88 MB)

Tonight, we go back to 1967, with the songs and headlines from that year.

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# 213: 1962: Music & Headlines


1:59:55 minutes (109.8 MB)

Tonight on the show, 1962. The music and headlines from that year. James Bond hit the box office for the first time. JFK vs. Castro in the Cold War. The Race for Space Heats Up as John Glenn orbits the Earth.

Hour # 1 Song List (from Last Night):
“Comedy Tonight” - Zero Mostel & Cast (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum)
“Lawrence of Arabia Overture/Theme” - Maurice Jarre
“Days of Wine and Roses” - Henry Mancini
“Baby Elephant Walk” - Lawrence Welk (with clarinet solo by Mahlon Clark)
“Surfin Safari” - The Beach Boys
“Twist and Shout” - The Isley Brothers
“Don’t Make Me Over” - Dionne Warwick
“Palisades Park” - Freddy Cannon
“I Left My Heart in San Francisco” - Tony Bennett
“Midnight in Moscow” - Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen
“I’ve Been Everywhere” - Hank Snow
“Hey, Baby” - Bruce Channel
“Up on the Roof” - The Drifters
“Things” - Bobby Darin
“I Remember You” - Frank Ifield
“James Bond Theme” - John Barry

(Hour # 2)
“The Lonely Bull” - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
“Sherry” - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
“Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” - Neil Sedaka
“She Cried” - Jay and the Americans
“Alley Cat” - Bent Fabric
“The Peppermint Twist - Parts I & II” - Joey Dee and the Starliters
“You’ve Got Trouble” - Robert Preston
“A Stranger on the Shore” - Acker Bilk
“Pretty Little Picture” - Zero Mostel
“Break It To Me Gently” - Brenda Lee
“You Really Got A Hold on Me” - The Miracles
“Love Me Do” - The Beatles
“P.S. I Love You” - The Beatles
“Wolverton Mountain” - Claude King
“The Ballad of Jed Clampett” - Flatt & Scruggs
“Three Stars Will Shine Tonight” (Dr. Kildare Theme) - Richard Chamberlain
“The End of the World” - Skeeter Davis
“Soul Bossa Nova” - Quincy Jones

# 204: 1968: Music & Headlines


1:58:56 minutes (108.9 MB)

1968 was one of the most difficult, tumultous years in America's history. Both Dr. Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy were assassinated. America was knee-deep involved in Vietnam. There was upheaval in Paris. Upheaval in Prague. Upheaval in Chicago. Riots in every major American city.

COLUMBUS in 1968:
- The B*ckeyes win the National Championship, Big Ten, and the Rose Bowl.

LOCAL CHAMPIONS:
College Football: The Ohio State B*ckeyes
High School Football: Upper Arlington Golden Bears (AP State Champs)
High School Basketball: Columbus East Tigers

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NFL: Baltimore Colts
AFL: New York Jets
NBA: Boston Celtics
MLB: Detroit Tigers
NHL: Montreal Canadiens (The St. Louis Blues were the first Expansion Team to reach the Cup Finals)
Heisman Trophy: O.J. Simpson, Halfback, University of Southern California
NCAA Basketball: UCLA Bruins
NCAA Football: The Ohio State B*ckeyes
U.S. Open: Arthur Ashe
- Houston snaps UCLA's 47-game winning streak in the first Nationally Televised College Basketball Game at The Astrodome
- Vince Lombardi retires from coaching the Green Bay Packers, following Super Bowl II
- The B*ckeyes shatter Michigan, 50-14 at Ohio Stadium
- The Olympic Games are broadcast in Color for the First Time with the Winter Games in Grenoble, France
- Arthur Ashe becomes the first African-American male athlete to win a Grand Slam in Tennis
- Two Olympic Track and Field Athletes, Tommie Smith and John Carlos, stage a protest during the National Anthem at the Mexico City Summer Olympics

EMMYS:
Comedy Series: Get Smart (NBC)
Drama Series: Mission: Impossible (CBS)

ACADEMY AWARDS (for 1967 films)
Best Picture: In the Heat of the Night
Actor: Rod Steiger, In The Heat of the Night
Actress: Katharine Hepburn, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Supporting Actor: George Kennedy, Cool Hand Luke
Supporting Actress: Estelle Parsons, Bonnie and Clyde

# 102B: 1964: MORE Music & Headlines


58:46 minutes (53.82 MB)

SONG LIST:
"Prologue/Tradition" - Zero Mostel & Fiddler on the Roof Original Broadway Cast
"With A Little Bit of Luck" - Stanley Holloway
"Jolly Holiday" - Dick Van Dyke & Julie Andrews
"Hello, Dolly!" - Carol Channing & Hello Dolly, Original Broadway Cast
"Goin' Out of My Head" - Little Anthony and the Imperials
"Fun, Fun, Fun" - The Beach Boys
"Leader of the Pack" - The Shangri-La's
"She Loves You" - The Beatles
"I Want To Hold Your Hand" - The Beatles
"I Get Around" - The Beach Boys
"Chapel of Love" - The Dixie Cups
"Emily" - Andy Williams
"A Hard Day's Night" - The Beatles
"Can't Buy Me Love" - The Beatles
"You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You" - Dean Martin
"The Girl from Ipanema" - Astrud Gilberto with Stan Getz
"Goldfinger" - Dame Shirley Bassey

1969: Peace, Love, and Headlines (Part 2 of 2)


59:36 minutes (54.58 MB)

In the second hour of The DJBC Happy Hour's look back to 1969, more hit songs from one of the most turbulent years in America's history. Plus, what was the # 1 headline of 1969? Find out at the beginning of the show.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
Super Bowl III ("The Guarantee") - New York Jets
NBA Finals - New York Knicks
NCAA Tournament - UCLA Bruins
NCAA Football - Texas Longhorns
World Series - The New York Mets
Local High School Basketball & Baseball - Columbus East High Tigers
Local High School Football - Upper Arlington Golden Bears (AP State Champions)

The DJBC Happy Hour Express - 1969 (News Headlines): http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/85652633149/the-djbc-happy-hour-ex...
The DJBC Happy Hour Express - 1969 (Sports/Entertainment Headlines): http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/85734133394/the-djbc-happy-hour-ex...

1969: Peace, Love, and Headlines (Part 1 of 2)


59:29 minutes (54.47 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs from 1969 with music from The Beatles, The Cowsills, Charles Wright and the 103rd Street Watts Rhythm Band, and other artists.

Later in the week on "The DJBC Happy Hour Express", Headlines from 1969 in News, Sports, and Entertainment, from Vietnam and Woodstock, to Broadway Joe and the Best Actress Oscar Tie.

SONG LIST (Hour # 1):
"The Star-Spangled Banner" - Jimi Hendrix
"Crystal Blue Persuasion" - Tommy James and the Shondells
"The Israelites" - Desmond Dekker
"Something" - The Beatles
"Here Comes the Sun" - The Beatles
"Hawaii Five-O" - The Ventures
"One" - Three Dog Night
"I Want You Back" - The Jackson Five
"He Plays the Violin" - Betty Buckley with William Daniels & Howard DaSilva
"Molasses to Rum" - Clifford David
"Hair" - The Cowsills
"Do Your Thing" - Charles Wright and the 103rd Street Watts Rhythm Band
"Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" - The Law Firm of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young

1964: The Music & Headlines


58:28 minutes (53.54 MB)

Tonight on the show, music from 1964, which was a groundbreaking year in music with the British Invasion sweeping the music charts by storm. Songs from The Beatles, the Animals, the Supremes, and others are played in this hour.

Later this week on a special The DJBC Happy Hour Express on http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com, Headlines from 1964...

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