# 190: 1982: Music & Headlines

Cover (front)


(Hour 1)
"Centerfold" - The J. Geils Band
"The Message" - Grandmaster Flash
"Maneater" - Hall & Oates
"Rock the Casbah" - The Clash
"Rosanna" - Toto
"Allentown" - Billy Joel
"The Heat of the Moment" - Asia
"Eye of the Tiger" - Survivor
"Little Red Corvette" - Prince
"Save a Prayer" - Duran Duran

(Hour 2)
"Ebony and Ivory" - Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder
"I Ran (So Far Away)" - A Flock of Seagulls
"Don't Talk To Strangers" - Rick Springfield
"Hearts" - Marty Balin
"Love Plus One" - Haircut 100
"I Know What Boys Like" - The Waitresses
"Abracadabra" - The Steve Miller Band
"Body Language" - Queen
"Physical" - Olivia Newton-John
"Up Where We Belong" - Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes
Theme from "Magnum P.I." - Mike Post, featuring Larry Carlton
"Vacation" - The Go-Gos
"And I'm Telling You I'm NOT Going" - Jennifer Holliday (a Tony Award Winner in 1982!)

COLUMBUS in 1982:
- (Columbus) Central High School closes its doors after 58 years in June.
- State Representative John Kasich (R, Westerville) is elected to the 12th District of the U.S. Congress, defeating the only Democrat to serve the 12th since the 1930s, one-term incumbent Robert N. Shamansky (D, Bexley).
- Richard Celeste is elected Governor of Ohio.
- The Capitol South Plan is laid out by City Officials in the Downtown area.
- The City of Columbus hiked the Income Tax up to 2 percent.
- Gahanna Mayor John Breen is recalled from Office after an altercation with a youth at a local fast food restaurant.
- COTA goes on strike for 17 days in November.
- A young Denison University freshman, Laura Carter, is killed by a stray bullet in the Near East Side, inspiring the Christopher Cross song "Think of Laura".
- A young 20 year old firefighter, Maurice Gates, is killed in a fire in Franklinton in 1982.
- Jack Gibbs, the first African-American Principal of Columbus City Schools (at East High during the late 1960s), and the founder of Fort Hayes High School, passes away from a stroke at the age of only 52.

- The State of the U.S. Economy is the AP's Top Headline of the Year, the worst Recession since the Great Depression (until the Great Recession).
- The term "AIDS" is coined for the first time by the CDC, previously named "GRID" (Gay Related Immune Deficiency).
- Princess Grace of Monaco is killed in a car wreck.
- The United Kingdom invades the Falkland Islands.
- Israel invaded Lebanon. Lebanese President Gemayel is assassinated.
- The Vietnam War Memorial is dedicated.
- Leonid Breznev dies, replaced by Yuri Andropov in the Soviet Union.
- USA Today and CNN Headline News are created.
- Nine are killed by poisoned Tylenol laced by potassium chloride.
- The Experimental Park Community of Tomorrow (EPCOT) Center opens at Disney World.
- The first artificial heart transplant took place in Utah.
- Braniff International Airways files for bankruptcy.
- The Equal Rights Amendment is laid to rest.

- The Cincinnati Bengals win the AFC Championship in the coldest wind chill ever recorded in NFL History.
- The NFL goes on strike, cancelling half of the season's games.
- The NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament is held for the very first time.
Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers
Stanley Cup: New York Islanders
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers
World Series: St. Louis Cardinals
NCAA Women's Basketball (First-Ever Tournament Held): Louisiana Tech
NCAA Tournament: North Carolina Tar Heels (led by a freshman wearing # 23 named Jordan)
FIFA World Cup: Italy
Big Ten Football: Michigan Wolverines
The Game (Broadcast LIVE on CBS): Ohio State
The Memorial Tournament: Ray Floyd
Heisman Trophy: Herschel Walker, University of Georgia

Local Champions:
Girls' D-I Basketball: Northland Lady Vikings
Girls' D-II Volleyball: St. Francis DeSales Stallions
Girls' D-III Volleyball: Newark Catholic Green Wave
Golf: Upper Arlington Golden Bears
Girls' Cross Country, D-I: Upper Arlington Golden Bears
Girls' Cross Country, D-II: Olentangy Braves
D-IV Football: West Jefferson Roughriders
D-V Football: Newark Catholic Green Wave
D-III Baseball: Gahanna Columbus Academy Vikings

Comedy Series: Barney Miller (ABC)
Drama Series: Hill Street Blues (NBC)
Limited Series: Marco Polo (NBC)
Daytime Drama: Guiding Light (CBS)
Lead Actor, Comedy Series: Alan Alda, M*A*S*H* (CBS)
Lead Actor, Drama Series: Daniel J. Travanti, Hill Street Blues (NBC)
Lead Actor, Limited Series/Special: Mickey Rooney, Bill (CBS)
Lead Actor, Daytime: Anthony Geary, General Hospital (ABC)
Lead Actress, Comedy: Carol Kane, Taxi (ABC)
Lead Actress, Drama: Michael Learned, Nurse (CBS)
Lead Actress, Limited Series or Movie: Ingrid Bergman, A Woman Called Golda (Syndicated), posthumous
Lead Actress, Daytime: Robin Strasser, One Life to Live (ABC)
Supporting Actor, Comedy Series: Christopher Lloyd, Taxi (ABC)
Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Michael Conrad, Hill Street Blues (NBC) (NOTE: All five nominees in this category were from the same show, an Emmy first)
Supporting Actor, Daytime: David Lewis, General Hospital (ABC)
Supporting Actress, Comedy Series: Loretta Swit, M*A*S*H (CBS)
Supporting Actress, Drama Series: Nancy Marchand, Lou Grant (CBS)
Supporting Actress, Daytime: Dorothy Lyman, All My Children (ABC)

Popular TV Shows included M*A*S*H, Hill Street Blues, The Facts of Life, Magnum P.I., Dynasty, Dallas, Three's Company, 60 Minutes, and One Day at a Time

ACADEMY AWARDS (for 1981 films):
Best Picture: Chariots of Fire
Best Director: Warren Beatty, Reds
Best Actor: Henry Fonda, On Golden Pond
Best Actress: Katharine Hepburn, On Golden Pond
Best Supporting Actor: Sir John Gielgud, Arthur
Best Supporting Actress: Maureen Stapleton, Reds
Best Original Song: "The Best That You Can Do (Arthur's Theme)" - Arthur

Album of the Year - "Double Fantasy" - John Lennon
Record/Song of the Year - "Bette Davis Eyes" - Kim Carnes
Best New Artist - Sheena Easton

Best Musical: Nine
Best Play: The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby