Visual Arts Audios

What does it mean when we say "art is in the eye of the beholder?" How have artists' subjects changed over the centuries? This collection features diverse art forms (from ancient mosaics to modern cubism).

Abraham Lincoln - one of America's most-famous presidents - left behind many words, although no one today is able to hear his actual voice.

By the later part of 1939, Orson Welles and his Mercury-Theatre-on-the-Air players were sponsored by Campbell Soup.

When diplomatic efforts between Britain and Germany failed to end Hitler's attack on Poland - in early September, 1939 - Neville Chamberlain (the Br...

On the 5th of March, 1946, Winston Churchill was worried about the spread of Joseph Stalin's power throughout Europe.

Orson Welles, and his Mercury Theatre troupe, brought Bram Stoker's story of Dracula to the radio.

On the 9th of September, 1939, the BBC aired this broadcast on the evacuation of Britain's school children.

CBS IS THERE (later, YOU ARE THERE) was an "old-time radio" program where CBS "reporters" and "correspondents" dramatized important historical events ...

Orson Welles adopted Shakespeare's famous play - Julius Caesar - for the stage in 1937.

This radio play, starring Orson Welles as Captain Bligh, was broadcast via the Campbell Playhouse on January 13, 1939.

Denny Smith - from WIBC ("Indy's News Center," at 93.

Edmund Dantes - unjustly convicted of helping the former (now-exiled) ruler of France (Napoleon Bonaparte) - escapes from his own imprisonment.

This audio clip, in which Theodore Roosevelt talks about social and industrial justice, is from "A Confession of Faith," an address which TR originall...

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