Big Story - (update) Newspaper reporters from around the country entered their true, heroic stories of reporting the news to win a chance on the airwaves and $500 from the sponsor of the show, Pall Mall.
Ethel Merman Collection - Known as the "First Lady of the musical comedy stage", Ethel Merman was a force of nature with a booming voice and a magnetic stage and screen presence.
Dangerous Assignment - (update) Steve Mitchell, international operative, had two jobs: get in and out of danger.
Victory Parade Spotlight of Bands - In 1941, Mutual had the bright idea of broadcasting Swing Bands remotely from various halls around the country and Spotlight of Bands was born.
Refreshment Club - A daily thirty minute transcribed segment of songs, jokes and some poetry that built on the success of Don McNeill's Breakfast Club.
News Recordings 1947 - The biggest news of the year: Chuck Yeager fly faster than the speed of sound, Princess Elizabeth spoke to the world on her 21st Birthday, the US Army Air Force found a flying disk in Roswell, the UN votes to partition Palestine into Jewish and Arab sectors, and early Cold War propaganda hit the airwaves.