From July 7, 1947 to March 19, 1950, John Charles Daly, Don Hollenbeck and Richard C. Hottelet hosted the American chronological instructive CBS Radio and Television series, You Are There. + You Are There is an American historical educational television and radio series broadcast over the CBS Radio and CBS Television networks. Created by Goodman Ace for CBS Radio, it blended history with modern technology, taking an entire network newsroom on a figurative time warp each week reporting the great events of the past. Reporters included John Charles Daly, Don Hollenbeck and Richard C. Hottelet. The series was first heard on July 7, 1947 under the title CBS Is There. Its final broadcast was on March 19, 1950 under the title You Are There. According to author/historian Martin Grams, actor Canada Lee was a guest in episodes 32 and 60. Martin Gabel appeared in character in episode 82. The first 23 broadcasts went under the title "CBS Is There" and beginning with episode 24, the title changed to "You Are There". A total of 90 episodes were broadcast. Only 75 episodes are known to exist in recorded form.-WikiPedia Click here to read more about You Are There
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Please enjoy these 71 old time radio episodes:
|08.04.1947||you are there (04) witchcraft trials at salem|
|08.11.1947||you are there (05) the defeat of the spanish armada||
+ CBS takes you back to July 29th 1588 and somewhere in the English Channel at this moment under the...
|08.18.1947||you are there (06) the alamo||
+ CBS ask you to imagine that their microphone is present at this unforgettable moment of Texas Hist...
|11.06.1947||you are there (01) radio the listening years|
|12.07.1947||you are there (08) napoleon returns from elba|
|12.21.1947||you are there (10) the sailing of the mayflower|
|01.18.1948||you are there (14) the signing of the magna carta||
+ CBS takes you to Runnymede, England 19th June 1215 when King John signed the Magna Carta (Latin fo...
|02.01.1948||you are there (16) the defeat of the spanish armada|
|02.08.1948||you are there (17) the dreyfus case|
|02.22.1948||you are there (19) the battle of gettysburg||
+ It is 3rd July 1863, Lee before Gettysburg, the high tide of the confederacy, CBS asks you to imag...
|02.29.1948||you are there (20) joan of arc is burned at the stake|
|03.14.1948||you are there (22) the death of socrates||
+ In Athens 399BC ancient Greece prays that Socrates will not die. CBS takes you back over 2400 year...
|04.04.1948||you are there (24) the monitor and the merrimac|
|04.11.1948||you are there (25) the last day of pompeii|
|04.18.1948||you are there (26) the battle of plassey|
|05.02.1948||you are there (28) the surrender of sitting bull (first you are there)||
+ 21st July 1881 the gateway to the North West waits anxiously for Sitting Bull, the chief of the mi...
|05.09.1948||you are there (29) the burr hamilton duel (first half only)||
+ "The Hamilton-Burr Duel". The events of July 11, 1804. The first fifteen minutes of the program ...
|05.16.1948||you are there (30) the signing of the magna carta|
|05.23.1948||you are there (31) the execution of maximilian|
|05.30.1948||you are there (32) toussaint l'ouverture liberates haiti|
|06.06.1948||you are there (33) the battle of hastings|
|06.20.1948||you are there (35) the impeachment of andrew johnson|
|06.27.1948||you are there (36) the execution of mary, queen of scots|
|07.04.1948||you are there (37) declaration of independence||
+ "The Signing Of The Declaration Of Independance". The events of July 4, 1776 in Philadelphia. An...
|08.22.1948||you are there (38) lexington, concord and merriam's corner||
+ "Lexington, Concord and Merriam's Corner". The events of April 19, 1775. The Redcoats vs. the C...