O Boy O Boy O – from ZBS a story of the future where convicted criminals are let free if they submit to having their personality reprogrammed. O Boy O is a brilliant personality programmer who has an idea of his own about society. Homestead – from the Chatterbox Radio Theater in Memphis.
Tonight’s program remembers D Day, June 6, 194 , when Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy in a push to end Nazi occupation of Europe. Olaf and Caryl welcome Louise Dillery, who was a young girl living in Paris then who witnessed the Liberation of Paris..
The first ½ hour of today’s program consists of Andean music with two major interpreters: Ernesto Cavour and Raymond Thevenot. The second ½ hour presents some Portuguese Fados and a couple of examples of music from Al-Andalus and the Sephardic tradition. The last ½ hour includes music from Mexico and the last 15 minutes present a text by the Mexican writer Vicente Leñero read by Leñero himself.
A special to Mary pargo for bringing the info on the twin cities Juneteenth Festival. Thanks to Dr. Jeanette Robinson for her contribution and thanks to Evangelist Jacquelyn Houston for her assist in the Song of praise program.