THE BING CROSBY-ROSEMARY CLOONEY SHOWwith Rosemary Clooney



The library of songs being recorded with Buddy Cole was still steadily expanding and was being used for other subsidiary assembled programmes such as ‘The Navy Swings’ and ‘Stars for Defense’.  It was raided again in 1960 when Bing and Rosemary Clooney teamed together in ‘The Bing Crosby – Rosemary Clooney Show’ on CBS.  This was a 20 minute show aimed at female listeners and was broadcast at 11:40 a.m. Monday to Friday.  Bing and Rosie would tape the dialogue weeks in advance and songs would be interpolated.  The songs would usually feature Bing and Rosie singing solos and often a duet.  Songs were repeated on many occasions.  Murdo MacKenzie was again the producer.  The shows commenced on February 29, 1960 and continued without a break until September 28, 1962 when Bing’s long association with radio in the USA effectively ended.

An article by Murray Schumach in the New York Times of 8th. October 1961 gave an almost eye-witness account of the dialogue recording sessions:

 

      Bing and Rosemary have worked out an almost foolproof system of parlaying work into fun and fun into money. Periodically they sit down in some pleasant environment and turn out material for some weeks of the 20 minute radio shows which are heard five days a week on the CBS network. The approach to these taping sessions is informal, just as it sounds on the air. There is a script, it is true. There are also numerous commercials which Rosemary usually rattles off whilst Bing grins smugly or stares stonily.  By the time each of these meetings is ended, the floor is carpeted with pages of scripts and only the tape recorders know what is said.

            One of these Crosby - Clooney get-togethers was held recently in the Clooney home in Beverly Hills.  While the engineer - Jack Lattig - tested tape recorders, amplifiers, mixers and microphones, Rosemary beguiled herself with a soft drink beneath a Vlaminck painting, leafing through her script.  Comfortable sofas and easy chairs stressed the pleasant atmosphere of the spacious living room.  Just before Bing arrived on this day, Bill Morrow who writes the scripts and hopes they will be followed within reason, explained what he tries to capture in the writing of the scripts.  ‘We aim this at a lady’s audience’ he said.  ‘Men are allowed to listen.  The tone of the conversation has to be light and we also toss in odd bits of information.’  Murdo MacKenzie, the director of the show, tried to look solemn at this attempt to find logic in the Crosby - Clooney antics for radio.

            Among the subjects elaborated upon by Rosemary and Bing for these shows have been:-

      - the eccentric behaviour of salmon after a still has overflowed into their stream;

      - Is home-made apple pie on the wane?;

      - the significance of the fact that men out-faint women three to one during Las Vegas marriages;

      - cuffola (non payment) as a status symbol in dealing with British tailors;

- the exercise break instead of coffee during business hours.

Wherever they are taping - and this work has been done in Palm Springs, Las Vegas, Carmel, San Francisco and Seattle - they dress in comfort.  This day Rosemary was wearing a colorful pair of slacks and a summer blouse.  Bing brightened the room with a pink sports shirt.  ‘I think,’ said Bing as he picked up his pile of scripts for the first time, ‘you might call this show flexible.’ Rosemary, who had been furrowing her brow over commercials for one of the four sponsors, burst into hearty laughter. They do not see their scripts until shortly before each session and neither of them bothers to look at the other’s lines. They try to grind out about a month’s supply of material at each meeting because they never know when they will be in the same city at the same time!  It was agreed at this session that they would next cross tapes in London, and this they did.

Under such conditions, slips are bound to occur, but they seem to give added freshness to the shows.  During this session, Rosemary taunted Bing when he had difficulty in pronouncing ichthyologist. He bided his time, eventually caught her eye at an awkward moment, disconcerted her by quick mimicry so that she lost her place. She went through several sentences before the mistake was realized. As a result, the next three or four minutes were spent in crawling through the paper drifts, trying to locate the page she had discarded prematurely.  

Even the generally methodical Ken Carpenter is lured into false security by the general atmosphere of nonchalance. Once, certain that he had skipped a line, he and the others checked quickly through the script. It developed that a line had indeed been skipped. It was one of Bing’s. Each half hour or so, a roll of tape is filled and a fresh one loaded. This is an excuse for a general period of refreshment and a sense of awe fills the atmosphere as though another miracle has been worked. To add to the scene on this day, the children come running in from the swimming pool during these breaks. Sometimes during these breaks from recording, they postpone looking at their scripts for as long as possible, and swap information about experiences and personalities in show business. On this occasion the talk led to Marlene Dietrich. Rosemary reported that Miss Dietrich had spent much of her time slinking behind doorways and chairs. It had nothing to do with creating an exotic atmosphere. “I was fat” said Miss Dietrich.

The present CBS show began in February 1960.  There seems to be no intention of abandoning it as long as Rosemary and Bing can agree to meet somewhere for part of a day over some cool drinks and hot tape recorders.

     

Buddy Cole described his side of the shows in a taped message to ICC member Stan White in the early 1960s:

 

      ‘...Eventually the big bands faded out as you know and one day Bing called me and asked me to go to CBS with him and a small group. He said ‘just you, I won’t do this unless you’ll do it.’ That’s just about the way Bing put it and I was naturally just thrilled out of my skull! And so we started with Mr. Crosby recording all of these tunes. That was in 1954 and we’ve been on the air continually except for one period of 9 months and one period of a year some place along the way.  

            I started with Rosemary Clooney in 1953. She was on another network (NBC) but eventually she came over to CBS and we put Crosby and Clooney together and that’s the way it is today. I’m so thankful for this Crosby show that got started and I would break my back to stay on it all of my life. I wish I could be assured of that, I might have a little more hair than I have right now - but it’s a wonderful show to do.   I go into a studio to record a basic track with Bing, or with Rosemary or both if they are doing duets.   Now what I mean by that is just the rhythm, just the bass, guitar and drums and I’ll play piano or celeste or as little as I have to put in to give them some background. We do maybe 4, 6, 8, 10 - I’ve done as many as 20 songs in a day with Bing. A lot of these were head arrangements, not written. I write every one that I possibly can, you have to for things that are concerted, because then we come back at our leisure the next day or two or three days later. We play these things back through a speaker or on a headset and then set about adding instruments and other sounds. We can add - we can multiple all the electric guitar, organ, kettle drums, shot guns, chimes, whatever you want to add, sometimes we  even sing!  

            That’s why we are able to maintain a pretty good balance on the show.  I have a pretty good control over it. I don’t have anyone telling me this and telling me that. They take my suggestions and I’m a damned bug on sound to the point where I’m likely to upset a few people if I’m not careful.  But anyway, that is the way we do the show and at this point I would say we have between 250 and 300 tunes in the can with Bing and about 200 odd with Rosemary plus about 40 duets. These can be drawn upon at any time and Murdo MacKenzie puts the shows together.   He gets the dialogue, and every word that Bing has ever uttered into the tape recorder microphones is filed away where he knows right where to get it. If he needs a ‘Yes’ or a “No’ or a ‘Thank You’ or a ‘Go to Hell”, he’s got it catalogued. Then we’ll tape these tunes other times and we’ll edit them, make them one chorus or change the introduction or sometimes fill in a thing instrumentally or run underneath the dialogue. There’s lots of things we can do and thank God I know about them because a lot of just plain musicians don’t know what a microphone does on a piece of tape or what you can do. It’s always been a hobby of mine. I’ve had a disc recorder ever since I can remember, one of the acetate disc things and then I had one of the first Ampex tape machines which came out (which Bing got for me)...’

 

The following LPs and CDs contain material used in these shows:

BCE 6 (CD) “Bing in Dixieland

Blue and Gold No.1 - ‘Bing Crosby - All The Way’

Broadway Intermission BR-135 - ‘Crosbyana - Volume 5’ 

Magic AWE 7 – ‘Dark Moon’

Jasmine JASCD318 – ‘Hey Look Us Over’

Mosaic MD7-245 ‘Bing Crosby: The Bing Crosby CBS Recordings 1954-56’ (7-CD set)

Mosaic The Rosemary Clooney CBS Radio Recordings 1955-61

Bing Sings the Great American Songbook (Collectors’ Choice CD)

Bing On Broadway

Bing Sings the Sinatra Songbook

Bing & Rosie: The Crosby-Clooney Radio Sessions

Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney- The New Recordings (H & H Music) (enhanced versions)

Bing Crosby – On the Sentimental Side

El Senor Bing (Deluxe Edition)

Shall We Dance? (iTunes digital release only - January 2011)

So Rare: Treasures From The Crosby Archive

With All My Heart (iTunes digital release only - January 2011)

Bing Crosby Enterprises CD - "Bing Crosby Sings The Johnny Mercer Songbook"

Bing Crosby Enterprises CD - "Songs I Wish I Had Sung (The First Time Around) (Deluxe edition)"

Bing Crosby Enterprises CD - "Bing Sings The Irving Berlin Songbook"

 

Many of the shows can be heard at www.archive.org/details/OTRR_BCRC_Singles

 

For further details of Rosemary Clooney, go to http://www.rosemaryclooney.com/

 

THE BING CROSBY – ROSEMARY CLOONEY SHOW

– Bing’s most prolific network radio program

 

By Russ Rullman (as printed in BINGANG, August 1987)

 

IT WAS 11:40 A.M. on Monday February  28,  1960—and the voice of Bing Crosby reached millions of listeners through the several hundred  broadcast stations comprising the CBS Radio Network, as he introduced the first of a brand new series of music and commentary programs: The Crosby-Clooney Show. This was to be his last series on network radio. From the standpoint of numbers, it was also his most ambitious. A total of 675 Crosby-Clooney Shows were broadcast in the 135 weeks to follow!

Each program was approximately 20 minutes long, following the Garry Moore Show with Durward Kirby, and preceding the CBS Twelve O’clock News. Five shows a week, Monday through Friday week after week, without a break. And this kind of production from a star whose attendance of the Kraft shows was studded with “vacations.” How was it done?

Bing’s show budget—and hence his supporting cast and technical team—was minimal.  He and Rosemary Clooney were co-stars; Bing was very scrupulous in dividing the singing chores exactly in two. Behind them was the group of regulars who worked with Bing for seven years following the end of the General Electric program in 1954: Buddy Cole and his combo, with Buddy Cole on the piano and electric organ, Nick Fatool on drums and a variety of other  instruments/Perry Botkin [later replaced by Vince  Terri]  on  guitar,  banjo  and other  strings/ Don  Whittaker  on  the bass.

The versatility of this little group made them sound much bigger. They worked fast, recording on tape almost 500 different songs, all of which required arrangements and rehearsals. The announcer? Who else but faithful Ken Carpenter, who came aboard with Bing on the Kraft show in the mid-thirties and was there for the final, 675th program of Bing’s last radio series. But Ken was more than just the commercial announcer on this program.  He, Bing and Rosie shared between them the topical comments, the humor, the intros and asides, even the commercials, which were often laced with musical parodies and little skits as well as straight ‘sell’.

To make it all come together were the two production geniuses Bill Morrow and Murdo McKenzie . . .the same pair who handled production for Bing on his radio shows of the forties and fifties—Kraft, Philco,  Chesterfield and General Electric.  Bill  developed  the  format  and wrote copy where called for—there was a lot of ad lib in every program—and Murdo, with his scissors and editing spools, put all the pieces of music and dialogue together, snipping where necessary  to make the timing come out “on the  nose.”  Yes, through the magic of audio tape (not a word was spoken live on the air!) this brilliant bunch of pros came up with a daily network show that not only held its own in the ratings  game but crowned the last great daytime radio line-up.

Preceding the ‘Crosby-Clooney Show’ were three of the radio/TV ‘biggies’ of the period—Arthur Godfrey, Art Linkletter and Garry Moore. Our man was supposed to carry their audiences through to the CBS news—and he did so with gusto. Bing was never more bubbly and up-beat than on this 20-minute stint.

A typical program of the series began when the station break announcer said:

“And now, the Crosby-Clooney Show! Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, with Buddy Cole and his music!”

BING: Hello, everybody! Hi, Rosie.

ROSIE: Hi, Bing.

BING:  You care to commence the proceedings with a bit of song. Rosemary? (Opening song was always alternated with Rosie.)

ROSIE:   I’ll just do that little thing.

KEN C: And what’s the selection, Rosie?

ROSIE:  (Song title and comment as Buddy Cole opens with organ or piano intro)

Following the first song was the first commercial, usually handled by Ken, but often with Bing or Rosie doing the chore. Then came the commentary, often concerning current events but as wide-ranging as cooking and restaurants or temperamental opera singers.  This was followed by a second song, in this case Bing’s solo. Then either a duet, an instrumental number by Buddy Cole and combo, followed by a commercial. The program concluded with solos by Bing and Rosie, the ending commercial, and into the closing theme song, “Side By Side,” later changed to “Don’t Worry about Tomorrow.”  The ending often went like this:

BING:  Time for us to move on out, Rosie.

ROSIE: Yes, gotta go now, but we’ll be back at this same time tomorrow.

BING:  That we will—hope you’ll be listening! Until then...

THEME: “Side By Side” comes up behind Carpenter.

KEN C: Tune in tomorrow at this time for another session with Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney.  This program was produced in Hollywood by Bill Morrow and   Murdo McKenzie.   Ken Carpenter speaking.

THEME: Up and hold for timing.

BREAK ANNCR: The Columbia Broadcasting System.

What songs were used by Bing, Rosie and Co. on their programs? Some old, some new, middle-of-the-road tempo, and the kind you’d expect to attract the house-wife audience. Bing, of course, favored the old standards.  Rosie’s were more current (but no rock or Presley lyrics) and Buddy Cole could get a little wild on his solos.  A good example would be program 184, aired Thursday Nov 10, 1960. Here was the line-up:

 

I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter—Rosie

Gypsy in My Soul—Bing

Tuxedo Junction—Buddy Cole and Combo

We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye—Bing and Rosie duet

I Wish I Were in Love Again—Rosie

Goodnight, Sweet Dreams, Mary Lou—Bing

 

Bing and Rosie met often at the studio, recording all the intros and dialogue as well as the duets.  Some of Bing’s solos were borrowed from his nightly 15-minute show of 1954-56, “The Bing Crosby Show” (what else?). Other tapes came from the series “The Ford Road Show,” which came along in 1957. Rosie’s songs were sometimes borrowed from her own daytime program, “The Rosemary Clooney Show,” which also used Buddy Cole and his boys.

And of course, Bing repeated. Oh, how he repeated!  His solos and duets on these programs were repeated an average of only three times each, true, but this means that some were played ten times and others once.  Rosie followed suit, but to a lesser degree.  Even Buddy Cole repeated himself; his “Chloe” is found on a half-dozen of the shows.

Uniquely, however, there were no guests, and all of the musical numbers were Bing-Buddy-Rosie creations, with a couple of exceptions.  He and Rosie plugged their 1959 album “How The West Was Won” on a few shows, and their comic single “Isle of Capri” (1958) with Billy May’s Orchestra was used several times.

Truly, the whole series was a monumental undertaking, but in character with a man who could, and did, cut 8 or 10 commercial recordings in a single day.

 

PART TWO (as printed in BINGANG, December 1987)

Only the magic of tape made possible the Crosby-Clooney show, which was broadcast on CBS radio five days a week, Monday through Friday for 135 weeks straight without a break from February 29, 1960 through September 28, 1962. Bing was a pioneer of broadcast tape, and up to 1960 had amassed a huge quantity of tape recordings from various radio programs—from the Philco, Chesterfield and General Electric series, then the 15-minute evening programs logged as “The Bing Crosby Show”, and into a curious little five-minute program which was half-and-half: one song and one commercial, called the “Ford Road Shows.” These programs started on the air September 2, 1957, and circulated for a couple of years, to be followed by the final effort, the Crosby-Clooney 20-minute daytime program.

Following the conclusion of the General Electric shows in 1954, Bing retrenched. Radio could no longer support a lavish ensemble of 22 top musicians headed by John Scott Trotter, and Bing adamantly refused to consider a TV series, which would put him back on the live-show treadmill.   So, starting with his album “A Musical Autobiography” in 1954 it was Bing with Buddy Cole at the piano; Nick Fatool, percussions; Perry Botkin [later replaced by Vince Terri], strings; and Don Whittaker, bass. This combo could sound a lot bigger than it was - they even took vocal choruses when the occasion called for it, and Fatool had a collection of bells, chimes, and other effects which were worked into the arrangements.

So, when Bing took on the Crosby-Clooney assignment, he was well-stocked with pre-taped program material. In addition, Rosemary Clooney had her own show on CBS, also using the Cole combo. Many of her tapes were spliced into the programs, since she and Bing shared the solos equally. Then Buddy and his group came in for some of the spotlight with instrumental numbers. Buddy made extensive use of his electric organ, which was a novelty at the time but has become dated. Wish Buddy had stuck with the piano!

Unfortunately, it is impossible to put dates on the taping of many of the tracks used on these shows.  Some went back to the mid-fifties. Others were lifted from the Ford show - still more were re-taped and there were some new ones cut, as revealed by the tapes of recording sessions in the 60’s. Sometimes Bing sang with the whole ensemble in the studio, but there were also tracks Bing made with a bell tone, the combo’s music to be laid in later. Bing and Rosemary made a string of fine duets together, which were used over and over.

Everything had to come together on Murdo McKenzie’s splicing table, where the elements were balanced and laced together with topical comments by Bing, Rosie, and Ken Carpenter. A truly professional job!

And now for the song titles. I wish I could say that the contents of every program on this series are known: unfortunately, about 18 percent of the shows, some 125 of the 675, have not been found. Until they come to light, we’ll have to be content with the 210 titles on the following list.  They include Bing’s solos and his duets with Rosemary Clooney—no Clooney solos or Buddy Cole numbers. And none of the commercial LP’s that Bing occasionally slipped into a show for a free plug. What, you say? Only 210 different titles out of 550 shows? Yep, that’s right. Bing repeated his songs a number of times.  So did Clooney, so did Cole.  If you, fellow collector, have a few gems not on this list in your collection, won’t you send me the details? If possible, the program number and date along with information about the performance. We’ll add them.

 

Russ Rullman

 

THE BING CROSBY-ROSEMARY CLOONEY SHOW

Songs in which Bing participated are denoted with an asterisk. We do not always have details of Rosie's songs but they are given where available.

 

No. 1  29th February, 1960

 

*Side By Side (extract)                                               with Rosemary Clooney

*Will You Still Be Mine                                              with Rosemary Clooney 

*Heartaches By The Number

  Harbour Lights                                                          Rosemary Clooney 

  Just You, Just Me                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

*They Can’t Take That Away From Me                     with Rosemary Clooney 

       

Note:

(a)    Norcross Greeting Cards are promoted by Ken Carpenter.

 

No. 2  1st March, 1960

 

*Side By Side (extract)                                                 with Rosemary Clooney 

*Breezin’ Along With The Breeze

  You Got                                                                     Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                        Buddy Cole & His Trio

*You’d Be So Nice To Come To                                with Rosemary Clooney

  I Get a Kick Out Of You                                            Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    General Electric sunlamps are promoted by Ken Carpenter.

(b)   Bing discusses the use of girls’ names for hurricanes.

 

No. 3  2nd March, 1960

 

*Side By Side (extract)                                                 with Rosemary Clooney 

  It’s A Most Unusual Day                                             Rosemary Clooney

*Honeysuckle Rose

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                            with Rosemary Clooney

  So Rare                                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*Thank Heaven For Little Girls

 

Notes:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards.

(b)   Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss an appropriate name for female astronauts.

(c)    General Electric sunlamps are promoted by Ken Carpenter.

 

No. 4  3rd March, 1960

 

*Side By Side (extract)                                                   with Rosemary Clooney

*I May Be Wrong                                                          with Rosemary Clooney

  I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plan                           Rosemary Clooney

  Amor                                                                            Buddy Cole & His Trio

*If I Give My Heart To You

*People Will Say We’re In Love                                    with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    The program is sponsored by General Electric Light bulbs and by Fels & Company.

(b)   Bing discusses recent advice to ladies by John Robert Powers about makeup and style.

 

No. 5  4th March, 1960

 

*Side By Side (extract)                                                   with Rosemary Clooney

*In A Little Spanish Town

  Tenderly                                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye                                   with Rosemary Clooney

  That's The Way Love Goes                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Something To Remember You By                                with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a)  The program is sponsored by General Electric Light bulbs and by Fels & Company.

 

No. 6  7th March, 1960

 

*Gypsy In My Soul

  Where Or When                                                        Rosemary Clooney

  Lover Come Back To Me                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

*You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To                     with Rosemary Clooney

  You’ll Never Know                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*The Village Of St. Bernadette

 

Notes:

(a)  Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss various scents and smells.

(b)   Norcross Greeting Cards are promoted by Ken Carpenter.

 

No. 7  8th March, 1960

 

  Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone              Rosemary Clooney

*When I Take My Sugar To Tea

  Lullaby Of Broadway                                                    Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Everything’s Coming Up Roses                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Waitin’ For The Evenin' Mail

  They Can’t Take That Away From Me                         with Rosemary Clooney

                       

Notes:

(a)    Bing and Ken Carpenter promote General Electric fluorescent tubes.

(b)   Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss the new deep frozen roses.

 

No. 8  9th March, 1960

 

  You Ol’ Son Of A Gun                                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Gigi

  I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter   Rosemary Clooney

  Pagan Love Song                                                           Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

*Will You Still Be Mine?                                                  with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards, Fels & Company and GE night lights.

(b)    Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss the poet Robert Burns and his songs.

 

No. 9  10th March, 1960

 

*Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup

  Keep It Gay                                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Misty

  Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me                              Rosemary Clooney

*Something To Remember You By                                with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b)   Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss colored bread.

 

No. 10  11th March, 1960

 

*It Happened In Monterey

  These Foolish Things                                                Rosemary Clooney

*I May Be Wrong                                                         with Rosemary Clooney

  If I Could Be With You                                               Buddy Cole & His Trio

*On The Alamo

  Church Bells                                                                Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 11  14th March, 1960

 

*When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along

  Mountain Greenery                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*People Will Say We’re In Love                                 with Rosemary Clooney

  Love Me Or Leave Me                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Crazy Rhythm

  I Feel A Song Coming On                                         Rosemary Clooney

*Where Or When

 

Note:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards

 

No. 12  15th March, 1960

 

  That Old Black Magic                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?

  Unidentified Song                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

  In the Middle Of An Island                                       Rosemary Clooney

*We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye                               with Rosemary Clooney

*My Own True Love

 

Notes:

(a)    Bing talks about St. Patrick’s Day

(b)   The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 13  16th March, 1960

 

  Love And Affection                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*Manhattan  
  All The Pretty Little Horses                                   Rosemary Clooney                                                          

  Unidentified Song                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Alabamy Bound

 

Notes:

(a)    Bing tells Ken Carpenter and Rosemary Clooney about recent medical advice that wives

should not argue with their husbands.

(b)  The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and Norcross Greeting Cards

 

No. 14  17th March, 1960

 

*Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?

  I Love You (My Every Thought Is You)                 Rosemary Clooney

  Idaho                                                                        Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                         with Rosemary Clooney

  Danny Boy                                                               Rosemary Clooney

*Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral

 

Note:

(a)  The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 15  18th March, 1960

 

  Goody, Goody                                                          Rosemary Clooney

*Heartaches By The Number

*You Took Advantage Of Me

  Morning Music Of Montmartre                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Crossing The Plains                                       (c)        with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b)   Ken Carpenter tells Bing about a new pill that makes animals pleasant and friendly.

(c)    This is taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

 

No. 16  21st March, 1960

 

*It’s A Most Unusual Day

  You Make Me Feel So Young                                  Rosemary Clooney

  The Peanut Vendor                                                   Buddy Cole & His Trio

*They Can’t Take That Away From Me                     with Rosemary Clooney

* Try A Little Tenderness

  Taking a Chance On Love                                     Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss the advent of spring.

(b)   The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards

 

No. 17  22nd March, 1960

 

  A Touch Of The Blues                                                Rosemary Clooney

*You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To                      with Rosemary Clooney

*Yours

  Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea               Buddy Cole & His Trio

  All The Way                                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Avalon Town

 

Notes:

(a)    Bing, Rosie and Ken Carpenter discuss a report about a temperamental opera singer.

(b)   The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 18  23rd March, 1960

 

*Too Marvellous For Words

  New Sun In The Sky                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

  Frenesi                                                                        Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Surprise                                                                   Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards and by GE fluorescent tubes.

(b)   Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss the great blizzard of 1888.

 

No. 19  24th March, 1960

 

*‘S Wonderful

  Time For Love                                                          Rosemary Clooney

* Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep

  For My Good Fortune                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Green Grow The Lilacs                     (c)                    with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b)   Bing salutes a lady inventor who has developed a bracelet attacher.

(c)    This is taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

 

No. 20  25th March, 1960

 

*Swanee

  Sunday In Savannah                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*Thank Heaven For Little Girls

  Heat Wave                                                               Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Close Your Eyes (Brahms’ Lullaby)                       Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b)   Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss a method to stop termite damage.

 

No. 21  28th March, 1960

 

  You Got                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Misty

  I Hear Music                                                                 Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Harbour Lights                                                          Rosemary Clooney

*Buffalo Gals                                     (b)                        with Rosemary Clooney

*The Village Of St. Bernadette

 

Notes:

(a)    Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss the city of the future.

(b)   This is taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

 

No. 22  29th March, 1960

 

*That’s All I Want From You

  Oh! Look At Me Now                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Something To Remember You By                              with Rosemary Clooney

*Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

  Just You, Just Me                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Nice Work If You Can Get It                                    Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Rosie tells Bing why women work harder than men.

 

No. 23  30th March, 1960

 

  Thou Swell                                                                Rosemary Clooney

*How Am I To Know?

  Blue Moon                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

  The Lady Is A Tramp                                                    Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Chinatown, My Chinatown                         

*Say Si Si                                            (a)                    with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) This is taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards

(c) Ken Carpenter talks to Rosie about girls taking up dentistry.

 

No. 24  31st March, 1960

 

*This Can’t Be Love

  Love Letters                                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Rain

  Brazil                                                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*I May Be Wrong                                                       with Rosemary Clooney

  What Is There To Say?                                                 Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing talks about the wettest place in the world.

(b) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 25  1st April, 1960

 

*You Turned The Tables On Me

  It’s All Right With Me                                               Rosemary Clooney

*Chicago

  The Hour Of Parting                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

  How About You?                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Church Bells

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Ken Carpenter talks to Rosie about girls getting parking tickets.

 

No. 26  4th April, 1960

 

*You’re The Top

  No Other Love                                                         Rosemary Clooney

*Will You Still Be Mine?                                                with Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                      Buddy Cole & His Trio

 *Love And Marriage

  I Love You (My Every Thought Is You)                    Rosemary Clooney

 

Note: 

(a)  Ken Carpenter talks to Rosie about children’s stories.

 

No. 27  5th April, 1960

 

*Keep It Gay

  I Let a Song Go Out Of My Heart                           Rosemary Clooney

*The Nearness Of You

  Chlo-E (Song Of The Swamp)                                   Buddy Cole & His Trio

  I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues                              Rosemary Clooney

*Crossing The Plains                                       (a)        with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a)    This is taken from the “How The West Was Won” album

(b)   The program is sponsored by Pennyshine and by GE light bulbs.

 

No. 28  6th April, 1960

 

  It Just Happened To Happen To Me                        Rosemary Clooney

*Witchcraft

  Lover Come Back to Me                                            Buddy Cole & His Trio

*People Will Say We’re In Love                                   with Rosemary Clooney

*Crazy Rhythm

  I’m Beginning To See The Light                                  Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards and by GE light bulbs.

 

No. 29  7th April, 1960

 

  Mixed Emotions                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*Heartaches By The Number

  Tuxedo Junction                                                           Buddy Cole & His Trio

*My Blue Heaven

  Sing, You Sinners                                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Green Grow The Lilacs                     (a)                      with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album

(b) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 30  8th April, 1960

 

*Ol’ Man River

  I’m Glad It’s You                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                             with Rosemary Clooney

  Pagan Love Song                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

  (You Can’t Lose The Blues With) Colors                    Rosemary Clooney

*The Village Of St. Bernadette

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 31  11th April, 1960

 

*We’re In The Money

  Love And Learn                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye                                   with Rosemary Clooney

  Two Little Girls                                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Arrivederci Roma

  Thou Swell                                                                Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards.

(b) Ken Carpenter and Bing discuss various police forces.

 

No. 32  12th April, 1960

 

  You’re In Kentucky Sure As You’re Born               Rosemary Clooney

*Yours

  Moonlight, Mississippi                                              Rosemary Clooney

*You’re Driving Me Crazy

  Unidentified song                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Say Si Si                                            (a)                 with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and by GE light bulbs.

 

No. 33  13th April, 1960

 

*New Sun In The Sky

  So Rare                                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Among My Souvenirs

  I Should Have Told You Long Ago                           Rosemary Clooney

  Frenesi                                                                       Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Buffalo Gals                                     (c)                      with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards, Fels & Company and by GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about Los Angeles being the Paris of California.

(c) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

 

No. 34  14th April, 1960

 

  You Make Me Feel So Young                                Rosemary Clooney

*Manhattan

  Always Together                                                        Rosemary Clooney

*’Deed I Do

*You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To                   with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about the potential Presidential candidates as described in Look magazine.

 

No. 35  15th April, 1960

 

*Ain't Misbehavin

  Something Wonderful Happens in Summer               Rosemary Clooney

*They Can’t Take That Away From Me                    with Rosemary Clooney

  Amor                                                                      Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Just You, Just Me                                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Church Bells

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about book sales including Anthony Armstrong Jones’ book of photos.

 

No. 36  18th April, 1960

 

  Surprise                                                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Moonglow

  Everything’s Coming Up Roses                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Fine And Dandy

  Undecided                                                                 Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Isle Of Capri                                     (c)                    with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards.

(b) Bing and Ken Carpenter discuss electric wallpaper.

(c) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.

 

No. 37  19th April, 1960

 

  Doncha Go ‘Way Mad                                           Rosemary Clooney

*Chinatown, My Chinatown

  Brazil                                                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Cheek To Cheek                                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Goodnight, Sweet Dreams, Mary Lou

*I May Be Wrong                                                        with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about old recipe books.

 

No. 38  20th April, 1960

 

‘S Wonderful                                                               Rosemary Clooney

*Lullaby Of Broadway

*Something To Remember You By                              with Rosemary Clooney

  Near You                                                                      Rosemary Clooney

  It's A Pity To Say Goodnight                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Avalon

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about a matrimonial rating system.

 

No. 39  21st April, 1960

 

  You Got                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*It Happened In Monterey

  I Hear Music                                                                  Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Keep It Gay                                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*Misty

*Crossing The Plains                                       (a)            with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs..

 

No. 40  22nd April, 1960

 

*At Sundown

  Time For Love                                                          Rosemary Clooney

  Heat Wave                                                                Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Come Rain Or Come Shine

  Mountain Greenery                                                       Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about a young man who has found a very expensive diamond.

 

No. 41  25th April, 1960

 

  Goody, Goody                                                          Rosemary Clooney

*Arrivederci Roma

  The Hour Of Parting                                                      Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone              Rosemary Clooney

*When I Take My Sugar to Tea

*Green Grow The Lilacs                     (a)                        with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) Bing talks about the ladies in Rome who wish to abolish the siesta.

 

No. 42  26th April, 1960

 

  It’s A Most Unusual Day                                           Rosemary Clooney

*On The Alamo

  Witchcraft                                                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                          with Rosemary Clooney

  Love Me Or Leave Me                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Love’s Old Sweet Song

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine.

(b) Bing tells of the return of “Schultz the Butcher”.

 

No. 43  27th April, 1960

 

*Heartaches By The Number

  Love And Affection                                                 Rosemary Clooney

  Almost In Your Arms                                              Buddy Cole & His Trio

*The Tender Trap

  Harbour Lights                                                        Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing tells Rosie and Ken about bird carriages.

 

No. 44  28th April, 1960

 

*Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

  You Ol’ Son Of A Gun                                            Rosemary Clooney

  If I Could Be With You                                            Buddy Cole & His Trio

  I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm                    Rosemary Clooney

*Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about Tiros, a new communication satellite and suggests it could be used as a baby’s name.

 

No. 45  29th April, 1960

 

 You Took Advantage Of Me                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Rain

  Lover Come Back To Me                                           Buddy Cole & His Trio

  What Did We Do Last Night?                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Oh! Look At Me Now

  Church Bells                                                                Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b)  Bing, Rosie and Ken talk about the possibility of a lady becoming President.

 

No. 46  2nd May, 1960

 

  Almost Like Being Love                                         Rosemary Clooney

  Happy Birthday                                                          Rosemary Clooney & Ken Carpenter

*You’re In Kentucky Sure as You’re Born

  Half As Much                                                            Rosemary Clooney

  Chlo-E (Song Of The Swamp)                                  Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Anyone Can Fall In Love

*Isle Of Capri                                     (a)                    with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards.

(c) Bing celebrates his birthday (sic) and talks about the forthcoming Kentucky Derby.

 

No. 47  3rd May, 1960

 

  I Feel A Song Coming On                                        Rosemary Clooney

*I Get A Kick Out Of You

  Unidentified song                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

  You’ve Got The Indian Sign On Me                            Rosemary Clooney

*People Will Say We’re In Love                                   with Rosemary Clooney

*Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Rosie tells Bing about the female Dean of Students at Cornell University.

 

No. 48  4th May, 1960

 

*Get Happy

  I Love You (My Every Thought Is You)                  Rosemary Clooney

*What Is There To Say?

  Hey There                                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*Georgia On My Mind

 

Notes:

(a) Bing talks about police radio performers and later promotes The Crusade for Freedom.

(b) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 49  5th May, 1960

 

*Moonglow

  Morning Music Of Montmartre                                Rosemary Clooney

*Swanee

*We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye                                with Rosemary Clooney

  But Not For Me                                                        Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Rosie and Ken talk about mail being sent by rocket and about a new type of human.

(b) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 52  10th May, 1960

 

  New Sun In The Sky                                               Rosemary Clooney

*Solamente Una Vez

  Unidentified song                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

  I’m Beginning To See The Light                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing, Rosie and Ken discuss the possibility of houses being built at the North and South Poles.

 

No. 53  11th May, 1960

 

*Nice Work If You Can Get It

  It Just Happened To Happen To Me                       Rosemary Clooney

*Too Marvellous For Words

  It Happened In Monterey                                           Buddy Cole & His Trio

  What Is This Thing Called Love?                                Rosemary Clooney

*Buffalo Gals                                     (a)                      with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards and GE light bulbs.

(c) Rosie tells the men about talking lengthening women’s lives.

 

No. 54  12th May, 1960

 

*I’ve Got A Crush On You

  Too Close For Comfort                                             Rosemary Clooney

  As Long As I Live                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Lullaby Of Broadway

  (You Can’t Lose The Blues With) Colors                      Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing gives details of the use of music by dentists.

 

No. 56  16th May, 1960

 

*I Want To Be Happy

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 57  17th May, 1960

 

  Sing, You Sinners                                                        Rosemary Clooney

*My Own True Love

  Love Me Or Leave Me                                                Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Everything Happens To Me                                          Rosemary Clooney

*You’re Driving Me Crazy

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about nervous bridegrooms.

 

No. 58  18th May, 1960

 

  Send For Me                                                          Rosemary Clooney

*On The Alamo

  Heat Wave                                                                 Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Love Is A Feeling                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*How Am I To Know?

 

Notes:

(a) Bing talks about the age of the Solar System.

(b) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

 

No. 59  19th May, 1960

 

*My Blue Heaven

  Cheek To Cheek                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*Something To Remember You By                             with Rosemary Clooney

*Cocktails For Two

  Around The World                                                   Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing describes a sign at Manila airport encouraging people to kiss goodbye.

 

No. 60  20th May, 1960

 

*Taking A Chance On Love

  ‘Deed I Do                                                                Rosemary Clooney

*Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?

*They Can’t Take That Away From Me                          with Rosemary Clooney

  Pick Yourself Up                                                        Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Church Bells                                                                   Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about the new Irish policewomen.

 

No. 61  23rd May, 1960

 

*Anything Goes

  That’s How It Is With Me                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Will You Still Be Mine?                                               with Rosemary Clooney

*Where Or When

  Lover Come Back To Me                                       Buddy Cole & His Trio

  I Wonder                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards.

(b) Rosie and Bing discuss whistling.

 

No. 62  24th May, 1960

 

  It’s A Most Unusual Day                                         Rosemary Clooney

*My How The Time Goes By

  Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea            Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                           with Rosemary Clooney

  Everything’s Coming Up Roses                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Among My Souvenirs

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine and by Fels & Company.

(b) Bing talks about 5th Avenue in New York which now features a deluxe shoe shine salon for ladies.

 

No. 63  25th May, 1960

 

*Just You, Just Me

  You Got                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To                     with Rosemary Clooney

*So Rare

  I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plan                        Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards and by Fels & Company.

(b) Bing talks about a radio contained in a fishing rod.

 

No. 64  26th May, 1960

 

*Surprise

  Non Dimenticar (Don't Forget)                                Rosemary Clooney

*The Village Of St. Bernadette

  Lover, Come Back To Me                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Green Grow The Lilacs                     (a)                    with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(c) Bing describes how a “little old lady” saved a London policeman recently.

 

No. 65  27th May, 1960

 

  I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter     Rosemary Clooney

  Gentle Fels With Lanolin D              (a)                      Rosemary Clooney

*Heartaches By The Number

  Don’t Take Your Love From Me                              Rosemary Clooney

  If I Could Be With You                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Scarlet Ribbons                    

 

Notes:

(a) A sung commercial. The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing talks about bottle nosed dolphins.

 

No. 66  30th May, 1960

 

*When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along

  Love And Affection                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*I May Be Wrong                                                       with Rosemary Clooney

  The Peanut Vendor                                                   Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Gypsy In My Soul

  Moonlight Mississippi                                                Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards.

(b) Ken Carpenter describes an electronic device which can pick up a conversation a hundred miles away.

 

No. 67  31st May, 1960

 

*Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

  Morning Music Of Montmartre                                 Rosemary Clooney

  Lullaby Of Broadway                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*If I Could Be With You

  I Wish I Were In Love Again                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Thank Heaven For Little Girls

           

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing, Rosie and Ken discuss the recent public holiday.

 

No. 68  1st June, 1960

 

*When I Take My Sugar To Tea

  My Personal Possession                                          Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Love Is The Sweetest Thing

  Tenderly                                                                      Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing and Rosie discuss the wedding presents given to Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones.

 

No. 69  2nd June, 1960

 

  You’re In Kentucky Sure As You’re Born               Rosemary Clooney

*Misty

  Crazy Rhythm                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Love Letters                                                           Rosemary Clooney

*Love Me Or Leave Me

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Pennyshine, Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(b) Bing and Rosie talk about charmed lives.

 

No. 70  3rd June, 1960

 

  I Love You (My Every Thought Is You)                 Rosemary Clooney

  Gentle Fels With Lanolin D              (a)                      Rosemary Clooney

*That’s All I Want From You

  Harbour Lights                                                           Rosemary Clooney

*Ol’ Man River

*Say Si Si                                          (b)                     with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) A sung commercial

(b) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.

(c) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company and GE light bulbs.

(d) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about seagulls digging clams.

 

No. 71  6th June, 1960

 

*People Will Say We’re In Love                              with Rosemary Clooney

  Close Your Eyes (Brahms’ Lullaby)                         Rosemary Clooney

*Avalon Town

  Pagan Love Song                                                      Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Honeysuckle Rose 

  How About You?                                                     Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Norcross Greeting Cards.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie discuss inventions.

 

No. 72  7th June, 1960

 

*I See Your Face Before Me

*Then I’ll Be Happy

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 74  9th June, 1960

 

*Catch A Falling Star

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 78  15th June, 1960

 

*I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plan

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 79  16th June, 1960

 

*Keepin’ Out Of Mischief Now

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 80  17th June, 1960

 

*They Didn’t Believe Me

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 81  20th June, 1960

 

*I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 84  23rd June, 1960

 

*Don’t Take Your Love From Me

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 85  24th June, 1960

 

*From This Moment On

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 89  30th June, 1960

 

*Get Me To The Church On Time

*What Is This Thing Called Love?

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 90  1st July, 1960

 

*That Old Black Magic

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 91  4th July, 1960

 

*Ain’t We Got Fun                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 92  5th July, 1960

 

*L’Amour, Toujours, L’Amour

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 93  6th July, 1960

 

*Domani

*Shine On, Harvest Moon                                          with Rosemary Clooney

*Breezin’ Along With The Breeze

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 94  7th July, 1960

 

*Isn’t This A Lovely Day?                                         with Rosemary Clooney

*The Nearness Of You

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 95  8th July, 1960

 

*They Say It’s Wonderful                                          with Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 97  12th July, 1960

 

*Let’s Take A Walk Around the Block                      with Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 98  13th July, 1960

 

*Don’t Worry About Tomorrow

*Thank Heaven For Little Girls

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 100  15th July, 1960

 

*Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off                               with Rosemary Clooney

*Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 101  18th July, 1960

 

*Back In Your Own Backyard

*How About You?

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 105  22nd July, 1960

 

*Let’s Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep             with Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 106  25th July, 1960

 

*We’ll Be Together Again

*You’ll Never Know

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 108  27th July, 1960

 

*Whither Thou Goest

*Honeysuckle Rose

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 109  28th July, 1960

 

*Lullaby Of Broadway

  I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm                     Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 110  29th July, 1960

 

*Dark Moon

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 114  4th August, 1960

 

*Something’s Gotta Give

*Thou Swell

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 118  10th August, 1960

 

*I’ll Remember Today

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 121  15th August, 1960

 

*My Heart Stood Still

*If I Could Be With You

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 122  16th August, 1960

 

*I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me

*You Turned The Tables On Me

  Anyone For Love                                                      Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 123  17th August, 1960

 

*I Feel A Song Coming On

  All The Pretty Little Horses                                      Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 124  18th August, 1960

 

*Something To Remember You By                            with Rosemary Clooney

 

No. 126  22nd August, 1960

 

*Don’t Get Around Much Anymore

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 128  24th August, 1960

 

*Cheek To Cheek

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 129  25th August, 1960

 

*Little Man, You’ve Had A Busy Day

*Love Is A Many Splendoured Thing

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 131  29th August, 1960

 

*Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White

*Crossing The Plains               (a)                                with Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

 

No. 132  30th August, 1960

 

*Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 134  1st September, 1960

 

*I’m Confessin’ (That I Love You)

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 135  2nd September, 1960

 

*Flores Negras

*This Can’t Be Love

  Everything Happens To Me                                      Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 141  12th September, 1960

 

*Don’t Blame Me

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 144  15th September, 1960

 

*I’ll Never Say ‘Never Again’ Again

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 146  19th September, 1960

 

*Chee Chee O Chee (Little Bird)

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 147  20th September, 1960

 

*Carolina In The Morning

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 149  22nd September, 1960

 

*Isle Of Capri

*My Funny Valentine

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 152  27th September, 1960

 

*All Through The Night

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 153  28th September, 1960

 

*Just You, Just Me

  Sing You Sinners                                                      Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 157  4th October, 1960

 

*La Borrachita

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 159  6th October, 1960

 

*Once In A While

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 160  7th October, 1960

 

*I Feel A Song Coming On

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 164  13th October, 1960

 

*Almost Like Being In Love

*Anything Goes

  What Did We Do Last Night?

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 168  19th October, 1960

 

*The Lady Is A Tramp

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 169  20th October, 1960

 

*Love Me Or Leave Me

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 171  24th October, 1960

 

*Chances Are

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 172  25th October, 1960

 

  You Ol’ Son Of A Gun                                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Then I’ll Be Happy

*They Say It’s Wonderful                                                      with Rosemary Clooney

  Everything’s Coming Up Roses                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Where Or When

 

No. 173  26th October, 1960

 

*I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me

  Close Your Eyes (Brahms’ Lullaby)                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Let’s Take A Walk Around The Block                                with Rosemary Clooney

  Nice Work If You Can Get It                                              Rosemary Clooney

*She’s Funny That Way

 

No. 174  27th October, 1960

 

*Something’s Gotta Give

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 175  28th October, 1960

 

*That’s The Way Love Goes

*Shine On Harvest Moon                                                       with Rosemary Clooney

*No Te Importe Saber

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 176  31st October, 1960

 

*Green Grow The Lilacs         (a)                                            with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

 

No. 178  2nd November, 1960

 

*Born To Be With You

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 180  4th November, 1960

 

*How Long Has This Been Going On?

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 184  10th November, 1960

 

  I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter     Rosemary Clooney

*Gypsy in My Soul

  Tuxedo Junction                                                              Buddy Cole & His Trio

*We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye                                      with Rosemary Clooney        

  I Wish I Were in Love Again                                           Rosemary Clooney

*Goodnight, Sweet Dreams, Mary Lou

 

No. 190  18th November, 1960

 

*It’s All Right With Me

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 192  22nd November, 1960

 

*Magic Moments

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 194  24th November, 1960

 

*Shine On Harvest Moon                                           with Rosemary Clooney

*’S Wonderful

  You Turned The Tables On Me                                Rosemary Clooney

*Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep

  Laura                                                                        Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Time For Love                                                          Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company.

(b) Ken explains how jet pilots will be eating while flying in future.

 

No. 198  30th November, 1960

 

*There Should Be Rules

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 203  7th December, 1960

 

*I’m Yours

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 204  8th December, 1960

 

*All The Time

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 205  9th December, 1960

 

*I’m A Fool To Care

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 206  12th December, 1960

 

*All The Way

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 216  26th December, 1960

 

*Button Up Your Overcoat

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 220  30th December, 1960

 

*As Long As I Live

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 223  4th January, 1961

 

*Jeannine, I Dream Of Lilac Time

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 227 10th January, 1961

 

*It’s Not For Me To Say

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 231  16th January, 1961

 

*Merci Beaucoup

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 233 18th January, 1961

 

*Unchained Melody

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 236  23rd January, 1961

 

*Blue Star (The Medic Theme)

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 237  24th January, 1961

 

*My Ideal

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 240  27th January, 1961

 

*That’s The Way Love Goes

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 250  10th February, 1961

 

*Mandy

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 264  2nd March, 1961

 

*If You Can Dream

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 266  6th March, 1961

 

*I Almost Lost My Mind

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 277  21st March, 1961

 

*Love Is The Sweetest Thing

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 288  5th April, 1961

 

*Just A Baby’s Prayer At Twilight

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 289  6th April, 1961


Songs not known


No. 290  7th April, 1961

 

*Avalon Town

  Love Among The Young                                           Rosemary Clooney

  Memories Of You                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Breezin’ Along With The Breeze

  Love Letters                                                              Rosemary Clooney

*They Say It’s Wonderful                                           with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company, Cheerios, Eastern Products Corporation and by D-zerta Puddings.


No. 291  10th April, 1961

 

*Something’s Gotta Give

  I Should Have Told You Long Ago                         Rosemary Clooney

  I Hear Music                                                           Buddy Cole & His Trio

*That’s The Way Love Goes

*Crossing The Plains                           (a)                  with Rosemary Clooney

  Anyone For Love?                                                   Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Cheerios and by Eastern Products Corporation.

(c) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about women living longer than men.

 

No. 292  11th April, 1961

 

*’S Wonderful

  It’s Never Quite The Same                                       Rosemary Clooney

  The Lady Is A Tramp                                               Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Let’s Take A Walk Around The Block                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Born To Be With You

  It Just Happened To Happen To Me                            Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Dr. Scholl, Cheerios and by Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 293  12th April, 1961

 

*Will You Still Be Mine?                                             with Rosemary Clooney

  Thou Swell                                                                Rosemary Clooney

*What Is This Thing Called Love?

  You Took Advantage Of Me                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Every Time I See You, I’m In Love Again                  Rosemary Clooney

*We’re In The Money

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Fels & Company, Cheerios and by Eastern Products Corporation.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about snow storms.


No. 294  13th April, 1961

 

*Because

 

Other songs unknown


No. 295  14th April, 1961


Songs unknown

 

No. 296  17th April, 1961


Songs unknown


No. 297  18th April, 1961

 

*More Than You Know

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 337 13th June, 1961

 

*You’ll Never Know

  Once Again                                                               Rosemary Clooney

*The Lady Is a Tramp

  Keep It Gay                                                              Rosemary Clooney

 

No. 341 19th June, 1961

 

*Button Up Your Overcoat

  Love Among The Young                                            Rosemary Clooney

*I See Your Face Before Me

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 386  21st August, 1961

 

*What Takes My Fancy                                              with Rosemary Clooney

 

Other songs unknown

 

No. 387  22nd August, 1961

 

  Keep It Gay                                                              Rosemary Clooney

  Squirt (sung commercial)                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Summertime                                                                  with Rosemary Clooney

*The Cockeyed Mayor Of Kaunakakai

  Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me                           Rosemary Clooney

*Don’t Take Your Love From Me

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Squirt (the drink with the happy taste) and by Cheerios.

(b) Ken tells Bing and Rosie about air-conditioned people.

 

No. 388  23rd August, 1961

 

*Cheek To Cheek

  Bye Bye Blackbird                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*Don’t Blame Me

  The Carioca                                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

  On The Street Where You Live                                Rosemary Clooney

*Singin’ In The Rain                                                   with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cheerios and by D-zerta Puddings.

(b) Bing talks about air-conditioned suits.

 

No. 389  24th August, 1961

 

*Breezin’ Along With The Breeze

  Squirt (sung commercial)                                           Rosemary Clooney

*Paris Medley                                                                with Rosemary Clooney

  (Any Town Is Paris When You’re Young;              

  Paris In The Spring; April In Paris;

  The Last Time I Saw Paris)

  I’m Losing Control                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*Catch A Falling Star

  Once Again                                                                  Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Squirt (the drink with the happy taste), Sara Lee and by Cheerios.

 

No. 390  25th August, 1961

 

  I Feel A Song Coming On                                         Rosemary Clooney

*It Happened In Monterey

*Medley                                                                      with Rosemary Clooney

  (It’s Been A Long, Long, Time                               

  Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries

  Gimme A Little Kiss (Will Ya, Huh?)

  Crazy Rhythm                                                           Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Anyone For Love?                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Church Bells

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cheerios, Sara Lee and by Matey.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie discuss the importance of radio.

 

No. 391  28th August, 1961

 

  The Best Thing For You                                           Rosemary Clooney

*My Blue Heaven

  New Sun In The Sky                                                Rosemary Clooney

*Goodnight, Sweet Dreams, Mary Lou

  Laura                                                                           Buddy Cole & His Trio

 *Goodnight, My Someone                                        with Rosemary Clooney

           

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cheerios.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about business graduates.

 

No. 392  29th August, 1961

 

 Songs unknown

 

No. 393  30th August, 1961

 

  Anything Goes                                                           Rosemary Clooney

*I Can’t Get Started

  Amor                                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

  How Will I Remember You?                                      Rosemary Clooney

*Summertime                                                                   with Rosemary Clooney

*Avalon

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cheerios and by D-zerta Jelly.

(b) Bing talks about the Texas Navy with Ken and Rosie.

 

No. 394  31st August, 1961

 

*Chicago

  Every Time I See You, I'm In Love Again                  Rosemary Clooney

*How Long Has This Been Going On?

*Shine On Harvest Moon                                            with Rosemary Clooney

  No Other Love                                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Surprise                                                                     Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cheerios and Sara Lee.

(b) Bing tells Rosie and Ken that there are 61 million cars registered in the USA.

 

No. 395  1st September, 1961

 

*Anything You Can Do                                             with Rosemary Clooney

  Sunday In Savannah                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

  The Hour Of Parting                                                Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Medley                                                                   with Rosemary Clooney

  (September Song / As Time Goes By

  Till We Meet Again)

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee.

(b) Bing talks about a driver convicted for inhaling glue.

 

No. 396  4th September, 1961

 

‘S Wonderful                                                           Rosemary Clooney

*Among My Souvenirs

  Lover Come Back to Me                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

  With A Dream Of Love                                             Rosemary Clooney

*Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

*True Love                                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Seven-Up.

(b) Bing tells Ken and Rosie about South Euclid, Ohio where the police nearly ran out of traffic tickets.

 

No. 397  5th September, 1961

 

  Oh, Look At Me Now                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Rain

  Something Wonderful Happens In Summer                Rosemary Clooney

*Ukelele Lady

*Medley                                                                         with Rosemary Clooney

  (Moon Over Miami /

   Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland / There's A Long, Long Trail)

 

Note:

(a) Rosie tells Bing and Ken about her hairdresser.

 

No. 398  6th September, 1961

 

*Gypsy In My Soul

  The Nearness Of You                                                 Rosemary Clooney

  Crazy Rhythm                                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Get Me To The Church On Time

  My Personal Possession                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Hey, Look Me Over!                                                  with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) Ken, Bing and Rosie discuss the significance of the fact that men out-faint women three to one during Las Vegas marriages.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 399  7th September, 1961

 

  Sing, You Sinners                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Thou Swell

  What Is There To Say?                                             Rosemary Clooney

*Honeysuckle Rose

*They Say It’s Wonderful                                              with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie follow up their earlier discussion about men fainting at the altar.

 

No. 400  8th September, 1961

 

  You’re In Kentucky Sure As You’re Born                  Rosemary Clooney

*Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone

  Unidentified song                                                        Buddy Cole & His Trio

*You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To                       with Rosemary Clooney

  I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter   Rosemary Clooney

*My Own True Love

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee, Matey and by Eastern Products Corporation.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie continue their earlier discussions about men fainting at the altar.

 

No. 401  11th September, 1961

 

  Goody Goody                                                           Rosemary Clooney

*How Am I To Know?

  Lover                                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                        with Rosemary Clooney

  Danny Boy                                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*If I Could Be With You

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Eastern Products Corporation.

(b) Bing talks about the eccentric behaviour of salmon after a still has overflowed into their stream.

 

No. 402  12th September, 1961

 

*I Want To Be Happy

  I Wish I Were In Love Again                                     Rosemary Clooney

*I May Be Wrong                                                       with Rosemary Clooney

  Chlo-E (Song Of The Swamp)                                  Buddy Cole & His Trio

*It’s Not For Me To Say

  What Did We Do Last Night?                                Rosemary Clooney

                                   

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Eastern Products Corporation.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie discuss the accidental dumping of whiskey into a salmon fishing river.

 

No. 403  13th September, 1961

 

  Taking A Chance On Love                                       Rosemary Clooney

*Don’t Worry About Tomorrow                                with Rosemary Clooney

*You’re Driving Me Crazy

  When I Sing, I Sing Of Love                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Too Marvellous For Words

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by D-zerta and Eastern Products Corporation.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about soccer being taken up in the USA.

 

No. 404  14th September, 1961

 

*’Deed I Do

  I’m Glad It’s You                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*You’re The Top

*Let’s Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep)               with Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                      Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Everything’s Coming Up Roses                                 Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Ken tells Bing and Rosie about a boy winning the national spelling bee competition.

 

No. 405  15th September, 1961

 

*Just You, Just Me

  Mixed Emotions                                                       Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                      Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Crossing The Plains                           (a)               with Rosemary Clooney

*Chee Chee O Chee (Little Bird)

  Nice Work If You Can Get It                                   Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album

(b) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

(c) Ken tells Rosie and Bing about some facts and figures concerning eye glasses.

 

No. 406  18th September, 1961

 

*When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along

  If I Ever Love Again                                                   Rosemary Clooney

  Brazil                                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

*I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plan

  I’m Losing Control                                                     Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about the popularity of radio and a “mad slasher”.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 407  19th September, 1961

 

  In The Middle Of An Island                                       Rosemary Clooney

*Manhattan

*What Takes My Fancy                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Isle Of Capri                                     (a)                       with Rosemary Clooney

                                   

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by the Saturday Evening Post, Four-Way cold tablets and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(c) Ken tells Bing and Rosie about North Park, California which has removed parking meters.

 

No. 408  20th September, 1961

 

*Ol’ Man River

  Non Dimenticar (Don’t Forget)                                Rosemary Clooney

*Let’s Take A Walk Around The Block                       with Rosemary Clooney

*Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula

  It’s All In The Game                                                    Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Ken tells Bing and Rosie about duck shoes.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 409  21st September, 1961

 

*Singin’ In The Rain                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

  You Make Me Feel So Young                                   Rosemary Clooney

*King’s Serenade

  Too Close For Comfort                                          Rosemary Clooney

*You Took Advantage Of Me

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee, Four-Way cold tablets and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Ken challenges Bing to guess how much women spend on lipstick in a year.

 

No. 410  22nd September, 1961

  

  Doncha Go ‘Way Mad                                             Rosemary Clooney

*You’ll Never Know

  I Hear Music                                                                Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Medley                                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

  (It’s Been A Long, Long Time /

    Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries /

  Gimme A Little Kiss (Will Ya, Huh?))

  No Other Love                                                          Rosemary Clooney

*I’ve Got A Crush On You

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee, Four-Way cold tablets, Matey and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 411  25th September, 1961

 

  For My Good Fortune                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Something To Remember You By                            with Rosemary Clooney

*All The Way

  Lullaby Of Broadway                                                Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Always Together                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*So Rare

 

Notes:

(a) Bing tells of a physical therapist who recommends an exercise break instead of coffee during business hours.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 412  26th September, 1961

 

*‘S Wonderful

  A Touch Of The Blues                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

  Once Again                                                               Rosemary Clooney

*We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye                                with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Rosie and Ken do exercises.

(b) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 413  27th September, 1961

 

*Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

  It’s Not For Me To Say                                            Rosemary Clooney

*True Love                                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*My How The Time Goes By

  It Just Happened To Happen To Me                         Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Ken tells Bing and Rosie how much women spend on beauty salons and cosmetics.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 414  28th September, 1961

 

  Almost Like Being In Love                                       Rosemary Clooney

*At Sundown

*People Will Say We’re In Love                               with Rosemary Clooney

  I Love You (My Every Thought Is You)                 Rosemary Clooney

*I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee, Four-Way cold tablets and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie follow up their discussion about beauty salons and cosmetics.

 

No. 415  29th September, 1961

 

  New Sun In The Sky                                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Nice Work If You Can Get It

*Medley                                                                       with Rosemary Clooney

  (Any Town Is Paris When You’re Young;              

  Paris In The Spring; April In Paris;

  The Last Time I Saw Paris)

  Keep It Gay                                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Little Man, You’ve Had A Busy Day

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie discuss the early beauty parlours.

 

No. 416  2nd October, 1961

 

*From This Moment On

  I’m Beginning To See The Light                                 Rosemary Clooney

*They Can’t Take That Away From Me                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Magic Moments

  Close Your Eyes (Brahms’ Lullaby)                         Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing talks about cuffola (non payment) as a status symbol in dealing with British tailors.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 417  3rd October, 1961

 

  A Lot Of Livin' To Do                                               Rosemary Clooney

*My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

  I’m Almost In Your Arms                                          Rosemary Clooney

*That’s All I Want From You

*What Takes My Fancy                                              with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing tells about a cat that became trapped in an automatic washing machine.

(b) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 418  4th October, 1961

 

  You Got                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Carolina In The Morning

  If I Could Be With You                                              Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Witchcraft                                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Once In A While

 

Notes:

(a) Rosie tells about a set of rules for housewives to keep in shape.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 419  5th October, 1961

 

  Send For Me                                                             Rosemary Clooney

*Goodnight, Sweet Dreams, Mary Lou

*Anything You Can Do                                               with Rosemary Clooney

  Love Is A Feeling                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*I Get A Kick Out Of You

 

Notes:

(a) Rosie again talks about housewives keeping in shape.

(b) The program is sponsored by Sara Lee, Four-Way cold tablets and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

 

No. 420  6th October, 1961

 

  ‘Deed I Do                                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*Flores Negras

*Medley                                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

  (September Song / As Time Goes By

  Till We Meet Again)

  How About You?                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Honeysuckle Rose

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Matey, Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 421  9th October, 1961

 

*Button Up Your Overcoat

  Half As Much                                                               Rosemary Clooney

*Hey, Look Me Over!                                                with Rosemary Clooney

*I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart

  Bye, Bye, Blackbird                                                      Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about London tailors sending bills out.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 422  10th October, 1961

 

  You’ve Got The Indian Sign On Me                          Rosemary Clooney

*Ain’t We Got Fun                                                        with Rosemary Clooney

*More Than You Know

  Love Letters                                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*My Blue Heaven

 

Notes:

(a) Bing gives details of a lady who won a battle with the tax collector.

(b) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 423  11th October, 1961

 

  Everything’s Coming Up Roses

*Breezin’ Along With The Breeze

  Just You, Just Me                                                       Rosemary Clooney

  Lover Come Back To Me                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

*I Almost Lost My Mind

*Goodnight, My Someone                                           with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Del Monte, D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 424  12th October, 1961

 

*Chinatown, My Chinatown

  This Can’t Be Love                                                 Rosemary Clooney

  Amor                                                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

*I See Your Face Before Me

  You Ol’ Son Of A Gun                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Singin’ In The Rain                                                      with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Del Monte, Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.


No. 425  13th October, 1961

 

*I May Be Wrong                                                    with Rosemary Clooney

*Moonglow

  Morning Music Of Montmartre                                  Rosemary Clooney

*The Cockeyed Mayor Of Kaunakakai

  You’ll Never Know                                                   Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Del Monte, Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 426  14th October, 1961

 

*Keepin’ Out Of Mischief Now

  It’s All Right With Me                                             Rosemary Clooney

  The Lady Is A Tramp                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Lullaby Of Broadway

  Mangos                                                                  Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

(b) Ken gives details of bootees for cows.

 

No. 427  17th October, 1961

 

*Something’s Gotta Give

  Love Look Away                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*King’s Serenade

*They Say It’s Wonderful                                            with Rosemary Clooney

  Moonlight Mississippi                                                 Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Ken talks about a vacuum cleaner costing $320,000.

(b) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 428  18th October, 1961

 

  That Old Black Magic                                                      Rosemary Clooney

*Thank Heaven For Little Girls

  I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter     Rosemary Clooney

*Medley                                                                             with Rosemary Clooney

  (Moon Over Miami /

   Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland / There's A Long, Long Trail)

*Anything Goes

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Del Monte, D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 429  19th October, 1961

 

  Cheek To Cheek                                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*If I May

  I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm                                 Rosemary Clooney

*Ukelele Lady

*Green Grow The Lilacs                     (a)                                with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Del Monte, Four-Way cold tablets, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Sara Lee.

 

No. 430  20th October, 1961

 

*Gigi

  Love Among The Young                                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Medley                                                                              with Rosemary Clooney

  (It’s Been A Long, Long Time /

    Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries /

  Gimme A Little Kiss (Will Ya, Huh?))

*Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me

  On The Street Where You Live                                          Rosemary Clooney

           

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Del Monte, Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 431  23rd October, 1961

 

*Sunday

  You Turned The Tables On Me                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Isn’t This A Lovely Day?                                                  with Rosemary Clooney

  Chlo-E (Song Of The Swamp)                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Time For Love                                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*All Through The Night

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about bubble baths for cows.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 432  24th October, 1961

 

  Thou Swell                                                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Don’t Blame Me

  Sing, You Sinners                                                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Crazy Rhythm

*Don’t Worry About Tomorrow                                            with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie discuss hair brushes for chinchillas.

(b) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets

 

No. 433  25th October, 1961

 

*We’re In The Money

  What Is There To Say?                                             Rosemary Clooney

*Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off                                with Rosemary Clooney

*Witchcraft

  With A Dream Of Love                                            Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about diplomats.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 434  26th October, 1961

 

  You’re In Kentucky Sure As You’re Born               Rosemary Clooney

*You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To                   with Rosemary Clooney

*It Happened In Monterey

  I’m Losing Control                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*My Own True Love

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie highlight new gadgets to help housewives.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Sara Lee.

 

No. 435  27th October, 1961

 

*Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

  Give Me The Simple Life                                         Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Waitin’ For The Evenin' Mail

  The Best Thing For You                                       Rosemary Clooney

*Would You Like To Take A Walk                          with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Matey, Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 436  30th October, 1961

 

*Taking A Chance On Love

  When I Sing, I Sing Of Love                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Rain

  Sunday In Savannah                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*Say Si Si                                (a)                              with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album

(b) Ken tells Bing and Rosie that the average woman in the USA will not buy perfume for herself.

(c) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 437  31st October, 1961

 

*Anything You Can Do                                          with Rosemary Clooney

  What Is This Thing Called Love?                             Rosemary Clooney

*I’ll Never Say ‘Never Again’ Again

  Memories Of You                                                    Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Surprise                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by the Home Care Plan, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Bing, Rosie and Ken talk about their plans for Halloween.

 

No. 438  1st November, 1961

 

  I Feel A Song Coming On                                        Rosemary Clooney

*I Can’t Get Started

  The Nearness Of You                                               Rosemary Clooney

  Lullaby Of Broadway                                                Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Let’s Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep)         with Rosemary Clooney

*Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 439  2nd November, 1961

 

  It’s A Most Unusual Day                                         Rosemary Clooney

*Cocktails For Two

*Let’s Take A Walk Around The Block                    with Rosemary Clooney

  You Took Advantage Of Me                                   Rosemary Clooney

*I’m Yours

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about accidents at home.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Sara Lee.

 

No. 440  3rd November, 1961

 

  Oh, Look At Me Now                                           Rosemary Clooney

*If I Could Be With You

  Love Me Or Leave Me                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Close Your Eyes (Brahms’ Lullaby)                        Rosemary Clooney

*How Am I To Know?

*Isle Of Capri                                     (a)                    with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 441  6th November, 1961

 

*I’ve Got A Crush On You

*People Will Say We’re In Love                                with Rosemary Clooney

  Goodbye Blues, Hello Trouble                                  Rosemary Clooney

*I’m A Fool To Care

  I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart                           Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Ken gives details of a duck and a dog who are friends.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 442  7th November, 1961

 

  ‘S Wonderful                                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Ol’ Man River

  Too Close For Comfort                                              Rosemary Clooney

   Unidentified song                                                        Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

*They Say It’s Wonderful                                             with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by the Saturday Evening Post, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 443  8th November, 1961

 

  Near You                                                                  Rosemary Clooney

*That’s All I Want From You

  Non Dimenticar (Don’t Forget)                                  Rosemary Clooney

*Catch A Falling Star

*Shine On, Harvest Moon                                        with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Ken leads a discussion about electric carving knives.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 444  9th November, 1961

 

  It’s All In The Game                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*Where Or When

*Paris Medley                                                              with Rosemary Clooney

  (Any Town Is Paris When You’re Young;              

  Paris In The Spring; April In Paris;

  The Last Time I Saw Paris)

  Once Again Aloha (Means I Love You)                  Rosemary Clooney

*My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

 

Notes:

(a) Ken tells that blondes are disappearing in France.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Sara Lee.

 

No. 445  10th November, 1961

 

*Button Up Your Overcoat

  In The Middle Of An Island                                         Rosemary Clooney

*From This Moment On

*Medley                                                                    with Rosemary Clooney

  (September Song / As Time Goes By

  Till We Meet Again)

  No Other Love

 

Notes:

(a) Ken tells about an attachment for washing machines which can be used to dry hair.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 446  13th November, 1961

 

  For My Good Fortune                                              Rosemary Clooney

*My How The Time Goes By

*Something To Remember You By                          with Rosemary Clooney

  I Get A Kick Out Of You                                         Rosemary Clooney

*Almost Like Being In Love

 

Notes:

(a) Bing tells Ken and Rosie about new plastic packaging for soft drinks.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 447  14th November, 1961

 

*Swanee

  Harbour Lights                                                          Rosemary Clooney

*When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along

  Laura                                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

*True Love                                                              with Rosemary Clooney

  You Got                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by the Saturday Evening Post, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 448  15th November, 1961

 

*Heartaches By The Number

  (You Can’t Lose The Blues With) Colors                 Rosemary Clooney

*Jeannine, I Dream Of Lilac Time

*Hey, Look Me Over!                                            with Rosemary Clooney

  New Sun In The Sky                                                Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing leads a discussion about blondes disappearing.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 449  16th November, 1961

 

  Anyone For Love?                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*What Takes My Fancy                                              with Rosemary Clooney

*Born To Be With You

  It’s Never Quite The Same                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Avalon Town

 

Notes:

(a) Rosie tells of a place where there are 5 sets of twins in the same block.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Sara Lee.

 

No. 450  17th November, 1961

 

*Just You, Just Me

  My Personal Possession                                          Rosemary Clooney

  The Carioca                                                              Buddy Cole & His Trio

*King’s Serenade

*Singin’ In The Rain                                                   with Rosemary Clooney

  Mixed Emotions                                                       Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Matey, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 451  20th November, 1961

 

*Ain’t We Got Fun                                                    with Rosemary Clooney

  Love Among The Young                                          Rosemary Clooney

*You’re The Top

  A Lot Of Livin' To Do                                              Rosemary Clooney

*What Is This Thing Called Love?

 

Notes:

(a) Ken leads a discussion about career women.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 452  21st November, 1961

 

  Everything’s Coming Up Roses                               Rosemary Clooney

*What Is There To Say?

*Summertime                                                            with Rosemary Clooney

  I’m Beginning To See The Light                              Rosemary Clooney

*That’s The Way Love Goes 

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Ken tells of a ladies hat costing $475.

 

No. 453  22nd November, 1961

 

  Goody, Goody                                                          Rosemary Clooney

*Lullaby Of Broadway

  All The Pretty Little Horses                                       Rosemary Clooney

*You Turned The Tables On Me

*Crossing The Plains                                       (a)        with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) Ken tells Bing and Rosie about a new gadget called a rocket belt.

(c) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 454  23rd November, 1961

 

  It’s A Most Unusual Day                                          Rosemary Clooney

*Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep

  Bye, Bye, Blackbird                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*I’ll Remember Today

*Isn’t This A Lovely Day                                           with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) It is Thanksgiving Day and the participants discuss their forthcoming meals.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Sara Lee.

 

No. 455  24th November, 1961

 

*This Can’t Be Love

  With A Dream Of Love                                            Rosemary Clooney

*The Tender Trap

*Medley                                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

  (It’s Been A Long, Long, Time                               

  Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries

  Gimme A Little Kiss (Will Ya, Huh?)

  Doncha Go ‘Way Mad                                          Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Ken tells Bing and Rosie that the average woman spends 7 years of her life looking at herself in a mirror.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 456  27th November, 1961

 

  I’m Losing Control

*Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White

  The Best Thing For You                                            Rosemary Clooney

*They Can’t Take That Away From Me                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Don’t Worry About Tomorrow

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

(b) Rosie tells the men that the housewife now takes the lead in family budgeting.

 

No. 457  28th November, 1961

 

*Fine And Dandy

  It Just Happened To Happen To Me                         Rosemary Clooney

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                          with Rosemary Clooney

  If I Could Be With You                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*The Cockeyed Mayor Of Kaunakakai

  Winter Wonderland                                                Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie discuss gardening.

 

No. 458  29th November, 1961

 

  What Did We Do Last Night?                                   Rosemary Clooney

*Ukelele Lady

  Tammy                                                                      Rosemary Clooney

*We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye                                with Rosemary Clooney

*Then I’ll Be Happy

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie discuss the absence of lady barbers.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 459  30th November, 1961

 

*Keep It Gay

  When I Sing, I Sing Of Love                                      Rosemary Clooney

  Lover Come Back To Me                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

*I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plan

  That’s How It Is                                                        Rosemary Clooney

*Goodnight, My Someone                                          with Rosemary Clooney

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme, Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

 

No. 460  1st December, 1961

 

*In A Little Spanish Town

  Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me                         Rosemary Clooney

  Lover                                                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Green Grow The Lilacs                     (a)                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Church Bells

  Thou Swell                                                                  Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Matey, Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Eastern Products Corporation.

 

No. 461  4th December, 1961

 

*Carolina In The Morning

  If I Ever Love Again                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*Chinatown, My Chinatown

  Half As Much                                                           Rosemary Clooney

*Say Si Si                                            (a)                      with Rosemary Clooney

 

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album

(b) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme, Four-Way cold tablets and Eastern Products Corporation.

(c) Bing describes a new type of automated chopsticks.

 

No. 462  5th December, 1961

 

  So Rare                                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Rain

  Love Is A Feeling                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*Solamente Una Vez

  No Other Love                                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

*I May Be Wrong                                                           with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Rosie tells of a new type of drinking straw.

 

No. 463  6th December, 1961

 

*Anything You Can Do                                             with Rosemary Clooney

  A Touch Of The Blues                                                Rosemary Clooney

*At Sundown

  I Hear Music                                                               Buddy Cole & His Trio

*All The Time

  There Goes My Heart                                              Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Rosie talks about ladies beauty trends.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta and Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 464  7th December, 1961

 

 ‘Deed I Do                                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*Gypsy In My Soul

*Medley                                                                      with Rosemary Clooney

  (Moon Over Miami /

   Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland / There's A Long, Long Trail)

  I Wish I Were In Love Again                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Love’s Old Sweet Song

 

Note:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme, Four-Way cold tablets, Sara Lee and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

 

No. 465  8th December, 1961

 

  I Love You (My Every Thought Is You)                  Rosemary Clooney

*You’re Driving Me Crazy

  Come Back To Me                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Ain’t We Got Fun                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula

 

Notes:

(a) Bing tells of ‘Safety Tub’ which is designed to prevent slipping in the bath.

(b) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 466  11th December, 1961

 

*’S Wonderful

  Send For Me                                                             Rosemary Clooney

*Dark Moon

*What Takes My Fancy                                              with Rosemary Clooney

  Love Letters                                                              Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Rosie tells more about forthcoming revolutions in the beauty business.

 

No. 467  12th December, 1961

 

*We’re In The Money

  Get Me To The Church In Time                               Rosemary Clooney

*You Took Advantage Of Me

  Brazil                                                                        Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off                             with Rosemary Clooney

  What Is There To Say?                                             Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Kiwi Boot Polish, Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about Banks making their premises more attractive to ladies.

 

No. 468  13th December, 1961

 

  You Ol’ Son Of A Gun                                             Rosemary Clooney

*You’ll Never Know

  On The Street Where You Live                                Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                       Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Taking a Chance On Love

*True Love                                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Bing, Ken and Rosie continue their discussion about Banks making their premises more attractive to ladies.

(b) The program is sponsored by D-zerta and Four-Way cold tablets.

 

No. 469  14th December, 1961

 

*How About You?

  Everything Happens To Me                                      Rosemary Clooney

*Paris Medley                                                             with Rosemary Clooney

  (Any Town Is Paris When You’re Young;              

  Paris In The Spring; April In Paris;

  The Last Time I Saw Paris)

*Honeysuckle Rose

  I Should Have Told You Long Ago                           Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme, Four-Way cold tablets and Sara Lee.

(b) Rosie suggests that flavored lipsticks might be a good idea.

 

No. 470  15th December, 1961

 

  Nice Work If You Can Get It                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Where Or When

  Lullaby Of Broadway                                                  Buddy Cole & His Trio

  That Old Black Magic                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along

*Don’t Worry About Tomorrow                                  with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Matey, Four-Way cold tablets and Sara Lee.

(b) Bing talks about the fastest ever postal delivery.

 

No. 471  18th December, 1961

 

  I Feel A Song Coming On                                        Rosemary Clooney

*My Blue Heaven

  I Gotta Right To Sing the Blues                                 Rosemary Clooney

  Take The “A” Train                                                  Buddy Cole & His Trio

*They Say It’s Wonderful                                          with Rosemary Clooney

*My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Bing talks about the new vibrating barbells.

 

No. 481  1st January, 1962


*It's A Most Unusual Day
*Something To Remember You By                         with Rosemary Clooney

*What Is There To Say?


No. 482  2nd January, 1962

 

*Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

*Hey, Look Me Over!                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*Home In Hawaii (King's Serenade)


No. 483  3rd January, 1962


*I See Your Face Before Me

*People Will Say We're In Love                                with Rosemary Clooney

*Don't Take Your Love From Me


No. 484  4th January, 1962


*When I Take My Sugar To Tea

*They Can't Take That Away From Me                     with Rosemary Clooney

*The Nearness Of You


No. 485  5th January, 1962


*Ol' Man River

*On The Alamo

*Isle Of Capri                            (a)                              with Rosemary Clooney


Note

(a) This is taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.


No. 486  8th January, 1962


*I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

*I've Got A Crush On you

*Medley (Moon Over Miami / Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland

    / There's A Long, Long Trail)                                    with Rosemary Clooney


No. 487  9th January, 1962


*That Old Black Magic

*My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

*Let's Call The Whole Thing Off                                 with Rosemary Clooney


No. 488  10th January, 1962


*Fine And Dandy

*Anything Goes

*Crossing The Plains                          (a)                      with Rosemary Clooney


Note

(a) This is taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.


No. 489  11th January, 1962


*Heartaches By The Number

*Medley: (Any Town Is Paris When You're Young/

Paris In The Spring /April In Paris

/The Last Time I Saw Paris)                                          with Rosemary Clooney

*It Happened In Monterey


No. 490  12th January, 1962


*In A Little Spanish Town

*Rain

*Medley (September Song/As Time Goes By

/ Till We Meet Again)                                                  with Rosemary Clooney


No. 491  15th January, 1962

 

*Sunday

*The Tender Trap

*Goodnight, My Someone                                               with Rosemary Clooney

 

No. 492  16th January, 1962


*Get Happy

*We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye                                  with Rosemary Clooney

*Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup


No. 493  17th January, 1962


*Waitin' For The Evenin' Mail

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                            with Rosemary Clooney

*Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)


No. 494  18th January, 1962


*All Through The Night

*Get Me To The Church On Time

*Anything You Can Do                                                 with Rosemary Clooney


No. 495  19th January, 1962


*Arriverderci, Roma

*Green Grow The Lilacs              (a)                             with Rosemary Clooney

*Among My Souvenirs


Note

(a) This is taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

 

No. 496 22nd January, 1962


*Chee Chee-Oo Chee (Sang The Little Bird)

*The Cockeyed Mayor Of Kaunakakai

*Don't Worry (About Tomorrow)                                  with Rosemary Clooney


No. 497 23rd January, 1962


*Alabamy Bound

*Summertime                                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*I'll Never Say "Never Again" Again


No. 498  24th January, 1962


*Crazy Rhythm

*How Long Has This Been Going On?

*Medley (It's Been A Long, Long Time / Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries

/ Gimme A Little Kiss)                                                 with Rosemary Clooney


No. 499  25th January, 1962


*Gypsy In My Soul

*What Takes My Fancy                                             with Rosemary Clooney

*Honeysuckle Rose


No. 500  26th January, 1962


*It's Not For Me To Say

*True Love                                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*The Lady Is A Tramp


No. 501  29th January, 1962


*Ain't Misbehavin'

*Catch A Falling Star

*Medley: (Any Town Is Paris When You're Young/

Paris In The Spring /April In Paris

/The Last Time I Saw Paris)                                          with Rosemary Clooney


No. 502  30th January, 1962


*Button Up Your Overcoat

*I May Be Wrong                                                         with Rosemary Clooney

*Born To Be With You


No. 503  31st January, 1962


*I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

*Manhattan

*Say Si Si                                 (a)                                 with Rosemary Clooney


Note

(a) This is taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.


No. 504  1st February, 1962


*Try A Little Tenderness

*Avalon Town

*Singin' In the Rain                                                         with Rosemary Clooney


No. 505  2nd February, 1962


*Carolina In The Morning

*Don't Blame Me

*They Say It's Wonderful                                                with Rosemary Clooney


No. 506  5th February, 1962


*How Am I To Know?

*You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To                         with Rosemary Clooney
*Lullaby Of Broadway


No. 507  6th February, 1962


*I Feel A Song Coming On

*Medley (Moon Over Miami / Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland

    / There's A Long, Long Trail)                                    with Rosemary Clooney

*You're The Top


No. 508  7th February, 1962


*You Turned The Tables On Me

*Ain't We Got Fun                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea


No. 509  8th February, 1962


*Chances Are

*Let's Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep)             with Rosemary Clooney

*Just You, Just Me



No. 510  9th February, 1962


*My Blue Heaven

*Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep

*They Say It's Wonderful                                            with Rosemary Clooney


No. 511  12th February, 1962


*Swanee

*Let's Take A Walk Around The Block                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Nice Work If You Can Get It


No. 512  13th February, 1962


*When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along

*Isn't This A Lovely Day                                            with Rosemary Clooney

*So Rare


No. 513  14th February, 1962


*People Will Say We're In Love                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*The Tender Trap

*My Funny Valentine


No. 514  15th February, 1962


*Keep It Gay

*Cheek To Cheek

*Medley (September Song/As Time Goes By

/ Till We Meet Again)                                                  with Rosemary Clooney


No. 515  16th February, 1962


*They Didn't Believe Me

*They Can't Take That Away From Me                     with Rosemary Clooney

*In A Little Spanish Town


No. 516  19th February, 1962


*My How The Time Goes By

*Something To Remember You By                             with Rosemary Clooney

*When I Take My Sugar To Tea


No. 517  20th February, 1962


*Taking A Chance On Love

*What Takes My Fancy                                             with Rosemary Clooney

*Rain


No. 518  21st February, 1962


*We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye                                with Rosemary Clooney

*I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart

*Unchained Melody


No. 519  22nd February, 1962


*Too Marvellous For Words

*Medley (It's Been A Long, Long Time / Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries

/ Gimme A Little Kiss)                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula


No. 520  23rd February, 1962


*Hey, Look Me Over                                                with Rosemary Clooney

*Whither Thou Goest

*Come Rain Or Come Shine


No. 521  26th February, 1962


*Medley: (Any Town Is Paris When You're Young/

Paris In The Spring /April In Paris

/The Last Time I Saw Paris)                                          with Rosemary Clooney

*From This Moment On

*Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)


No. 522  27th February, 1962


*Something's Gotta Give

*All The Time

*Anything You Can Do                                                 with Rosemary Clooney


No. 523  28th February, 1962


*Thou Swell

*Let's Call The Whole Thing Off                                    with Rosemary Clooney

*Thank Heaven For Little Girls


No. 524  1st March. 1962


*'S Wonderful

*On The Alamo

*Would You Like To Take A Walk?                              with Rosemary Clooney


No. 525  2nd March, 1962


*Isle Of Capri                              (a)                                with Rosemary Clooney

*Then I'll Be Happy

*We'll Be Together Again


Note

(a) This is taken from the "Fancy Meeting You Here" album.


No. 526  5th March, 1962


*Don't Worry (About Tomorrow)                                  with Rosemary Clooney

*Almost Like Being Love

*La Borrachita


No. 527  6th March, 1962


*Chicago

*Goodnight, My Someone                                             with Rosemary Clooney

*Honeysuckle Rose


No. 528  7th March, 1962


*Breezin' Along With The Breeze

*Medley (Moon Over Miami / Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland

    / There's A Long, Long Trail)                                    with Rosemary Clooney

*At Sundown


No. 529  8th March, 1962


*Moonglow

*I May Be Wrong                                                        with Rosemary Clooney

*Love Is A Many Splendoured Thing


No. 530  9th March, 1962


*It's All Right With Me

*How About You

*Summertime                                                                with Rosemary Clooney


No. 531  12th March, 1962


*Singin' In The Rain                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

*If I Could Be With You

*Button Up Your Overcoat


No. 532  13th March, 1962


*Get Me To The Church On Time

*Don't Take Your Love From Me

*True Love                                                                 with Rosemary Clooney


No. 533  14th March, 1962


*Green Grow The Lilacs                        (a)                 with Rosemary Clooney

*I've Got A Crush On You

*Cocktails For Two


Note

(a) This is taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.


No. 534  15th March, 1962


*Alabamy Bound

*Anything Goes

*Let's Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep)             with Rosemary Clooney


No. 535  16th March, 1962


*Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?

*What Takes My Fancy                                             with Rosemary Clooney

*Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral


No. 536  19th March, 1962


*My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

*They Say It's Wonderful                                             with Rosemary Clooney

*Catch A Falling Star


No. 537  20th March, 1962


 Songs not known


No. 538  21st March, 1962


*It's A Most Unusual Day

*Where Or When

*You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To                      with Rosemary Clooney


No. 539  22nd March, 1962


*Ukulele Lady

*Isn't This a Lovely Day                                             with Rosemary Clooney

*You Took Advantage Of Me


No. 540  23rd March, 1962


Songs not known


No. 541  26th March, 1962


*Crazy Rhythm

*Medley (It's Been A Long, Long Time / Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries

/ Gimme A Little Kiss)                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*Dark Moon


No. 542  27th March, 1962

 

*Hey, Look Me Over!                                               with Rosemary Clooney

  You Got                                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*The Nearness Of You

  The Lady Is A Tramp                                                  Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone

  It’s All Right With Me                                                  Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about the “Twist” dance craze.

 

No. 543  28th March, 1962

 

*Anything You Can Do                                               with Rosemary Clooney

*Manhattan

  So Rare                                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Rain

  Sunday In Savannah                                                  Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum, Ry-Krisp and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Bing talks about possible holidays for Rosie.

 

No. 544  29th March, 1962

 

  Cheek To Cheek                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*Keepin’ Out Of Mischief Now

*Summertime                                                           with Rosemary Clooney

  Near You                                                                  Rosemary Clooney

*I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Four-Way cold tablets and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Bing describes an easy way to open oysters.

 

No. 545  30th March, 1962

 

*I’ll Never Say ‘Never Again’ Again

  I Love You (My Every Thought Is You)                 Rosemary Clooney

*I See Your Face Before Me

  This Can’t Be Love                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*Let’s Take A Walk Around The Block                     with Rosemary Clooney 

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum, Ry-Krisp and Four-Way cold tablets.

(b) Bing talks about Melina Mercouri.

 

No. 546  2nd April, 1962

 

  Everything’s Coming Up Roses                               Rosemary Clooney

*My Blue Heaven

  Keep It Gay                                                              Rosemary Clooney

  Take The “A” Train                                                   Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Ain’t We Got Fun                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Love Is The Sweetest Thing

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum, Ry-Krisp and DuPont Dacron.

(b) Rosie says that women drivers are not going to be a joke anymore.

 

No. 547  3rd April, 1962

 

  New Sun In The Sky                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Ol’ Man River

*Crossing The Plains                           (a)                    with Rosemary Clooney

  Unidentified song                                                       Buddy Cole & His Trio

*King’s Serenade

  No Other Love                                                          Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “How The West Was Won” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and DuPont Dacron.

(c) Bing talks about a new bagel slicer.

 

No. 548  4th April, 1962

 

*Swanee

  That Old Black Magic                                            Rosemary Clooney

*That’s The Way Love Goes

*Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off                                 with Rosemary Clooney

  Laura                                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

  I Feel A Song Coming On                                         Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum, Ry-Krisp and DuPont Dacron.

(b) Rosie informs Bing and Ken that females now outnumber males in the USA.

 

No. 549  5th April, 1962

 

*I May Be Wrong                                                       with Rosemary Clooney

*Anyone Can Fall In Love

  Surprise                                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Heartaches By The Number

  Almost Like Being In Love                                            Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers and DuPont Dacron.

(b) Ken reminds Bing and Rosie that tax time is here again.

 

No. 550  6th April, 1962

 

  Nice Work If You Can Get It                                    Rosemary Clooney

*Then I’ll Be Happy

  Love Among The Young                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Say Si Si                                            (a)                       with Rosemary Clooney

  Cherokee                                                                  Buddy Cole & His Trio

*My Own True Love

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album

(b) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum, Ry-Krisp and DuPont Dacron.

 

No. 551  9th April, 1962

 

*From This Moment On

*What Takes My Fancy                                              with Rosemary Clooney

  Don’t Take Your Love From Me                              Rosemary Clooney

*Button Up Your Overcoat

  Get Me To The Church In Time                                    Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum and Ry-Krisp.

(b) Rosie gives details of a “Rent-a-cocktail-party” service.

 

No. 552  10th April, 1962

 

*I Want To Be Happy

  I’m Losing Control                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Paris Medley                                                                 with Rosemary Clooney

  (Any Town Is Paris When You’re Young;              

  Paris In The Spring; April In Paris;

  The Last Time I Saw Paris)

  Crazy Rhythm                                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Don’t Worry (About Tomorrow)

  I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter     Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Rosie tells of high praise for American women from a French magazine.

 

No. 553  11th April, 1962

 

  Oh, Look At Me Now                                              Rosemary Clooney

*Love And Marriage

  Love And Learn                                                       Rosemary Clooney

*People Will Say We’re In Love                                with Rosemary Clooney

*That’s All I Want From You

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum, Ry-Krisp and Royal Edge and

Royal Lining Paper.

(b)    Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about women drivers.

 

No. 554  12th April, 1962

 

*Avalon

*Something To Remember You By                            with Rosemary Clooney

  Give Me The Simple Life                                          Rosemary Clooney

  The Carioca                                                             Buddy Cole & His Trio

*What Is There To Say?

  Taking A Chance On Love                                       Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Royal Edge and Royal Lining Paper, and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Rosie explains that it is best to buy shoes after 4 p.m. because feet expand during the day.

 

No. 555  13th April, 1962


*Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone

  I Should Say It Was May                                         Rosemary Clooney

*Georgia On My Mind

*We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye                               with Rosemary Clooney

  Witchcraft                                                                    Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum and Ry-Krisp.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about the “Twist” again.

 

No. 556  16th April, 1962


*Chinatown, My Chinatown

*All The Way


Other songs not known


No. 557  17th April, 1962

 

*New Sun In The Sky

 These Foolish Things                                                 Rosemary Clooney

*You’re Driving Me Crazy

  A Lot Of Livin' To Do                                                Rosemary Clooney

*They Can’t Take That Away From Me                       with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Rosie tells that it is possible to rent a subway train in New York.

 

No. 558  18th April, 1962

 

  You’re In Kentucky Sure As You’re Born               Rosemary Clooney

*Magic Moments

*Goodnight, My Someone                                            with Rosemary Clooney

  Lover Come Back To Me                                       Buddy Cole & His Trio

  There Will Never Be Another You                          Rosemary Clooney

*We’re In The Money

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme and Royal Edge and Royal Lining Paper.

(b) Ken tells about a new damage recorder for packages.

 

No. 559  19th April, 1962

 

  You’ve Got The Indian Sign On Me                        Rosemary Clooney

*You’ll Never Know

  When I Sing, I Sing Of Love                                     Rosemary Clooney

*So Rare

*Ain’t We Got Fun                                                     with Rosemary Clooney        

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Royal Edge and Royal Lining Paper, Good Housekeeping and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b)  Bing tells of a man who has had problems with his TV set.

 

No. 560  20th April, 1962

 

  Love And Affection                                                Rosemary Clooney

*’Deed I Do

  Chlo-E (Song Of The Swamp)                                Buddy Cole & His Trio

  The Nearness Of You                                             Rosemary Clooney

*Singin’ In The Rain                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Church Bells

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum.

(b) As it is Good Friday, Bing reports that it is now against the order to dye chicks for Easter

  and discusses other matters relating to the day.

 

No. 561  23rd April, 1962

 

*Fine And Dandy

  Everything Happens To Me                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Let’s Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep)          with Rosemary Clooney

*Among My Souvenirs

  How About You?                                                      Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum and Good Housekeeping.

(b) Bing advises that whale meat is now being made more attractive for eating.

 

No. 562  24th April, 1962

 

*Isn’t This A Lovely Day                                           with Rosemary Clooney

  Doncha Go ‘Way Mad                                             Rosemary Clooney

*Gigi

  You’re Just In Love                                                    Buddy Cole & His Trio

  Bye, Bye, Blackbird                                                    Rosemary Clooney

*As Long As I Live

                       

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Rosie gives details of a new floor washer and drier.

 

No. 563  25th April, 1962

 

  Sing, You Sinners                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*How Long Has This Been Going On?

  It’s Not For Me To Say                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Hey, Look Me Over!                                                   with Rosemary Clooney

*Goodnight, Sweet Dreams, Mary Lou

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Good Housekeeping, Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum and Royal Edge and Royal Lining Paper.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie discuss dreaming.


No. 564  26th April, 1962

  ‘S Wonderful                                                            Rosemary Clooney

*Medley                                                                         with Rosemary Clooney

  (Moon Over Miami /

   Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland / There's A Long, Long Trail)

*Waitin’ For The Evenin' Mail

  It’s A Most Unusual Day                                              Rosemary Clooney

*When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Royal Edge and Royal Lining Paper, and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Rosie tells of a lady who gave a party for 34 in a two-room apartment.

 

No. 565  27th April, 1962

 

*This Can’t Be Love

*True Love                                                                  with Rosemary Clooney

  Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone             Rosemary Clooney

  If I Could Be With You                                                  Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White

  Send For Me                                                                 Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum.

(b) Bing says that he likes ladies wearing frills and a discussion ensues.

 

No. 566  30th April, 1962


Songs not known


No. 567  1st May, 1962

 

  Mountain Greenery                                                   Rosemary Clooney

*Don’t Worry (About Tomorrow)                              with Rosemary Clooney

*The Cockeyed Mayor Of Kaunakakai

  Unidentified song                                                     Buddy Cole & His Trio

  I Should Say It Was May                                         Rosemary Clooney

*Little Man, You’ve Had A Busy Day

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Bing, Ken and Rosie talk about the “Twist” again.

 

No. 568  2nd May, 1962

 

  Lover Come Back To Me                                         Rosemary Clooney

*More Than You Know

*Summertime                                                              with Rosemary Clooney

  Mixed Emotions                                                            Rosemary Clooney

*The Lady Is A Tramp

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme, Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum, and Royal Edge and Royal Lining Paper.

(b) Rosie suggests a method of allocating a rota for the use of the bathroom by children.

 

No. 569  3rd May, 1962

 

  ‘Deed I Do                                                                Rosemary Clooney

*Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me

  It’s Never Quite The Same                                        Rosemary Clooney

*I’ve Got A Crush On You 

  Caravan                                                                         Buddy Cole & His Trio

*Isle Of Capri                                     (a)                    with Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) Taken from the “Fancy Meeting You Here” album.

(b) The program is sponsored by Royal Edge and Royal Lining Paper, and Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(c) Bing queries what has happened to calendar girls.

 

No. 570  4th May, 1962

 

*In A Little Spanish Town

  With A Dream Of Love                                            Rosemary Clooney

*I Feel A Song Coming On

  Love Me Or Leave Me                                            Buddy Cole & His Trio

  It’s All Right With Me                                              Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum.

(b) Bing passes on advice from the UK about dealing with rodents.

 

No. 571  7th May, 1962

 

*Alabamy Bound

  Mangos                                                                     Rosemary Clooney

*Medley                                                                      with Rosemary Clooney

  (September Song / As Time Goes By

  Till We Meet Again)

*Crazy Rhythm

  Cheek To Cheek                                                           Rosemary Clooney

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Mojud Seamless Supreme and Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum.

(b) Bing passes on a tip for planting plants.

 

No. 572  8th May, 1962

 

  Nice Work If You Can Get It                                  Rosemary Clooney

*I Almost Lost My Mind

  Amor                                                                          Buddy Cole & His Trio

  What Is There To Say?                                               Rosemary Clooney

*Anything You Can Do                                                with Rosemary Clooney

*It’s A Most Unusual Day

 

Notes:

(a) The program is sponsored by Cat’s Paw Shoe Repairers.

(b) Bing gives details of the amount of soup being consumed each year.

 

No. 573  9th May, 1962


*What Takes My Fancy                                             with Rosemary Clooney

*Come Rain Or Come Shine

*Oh! Look At Me Now


No. 574  10th May, 1962


*Let's Take A Walk Around The Block                     with Rosemary Clooney

*At Sundown

*Honeysuckle Rose


No. 575  11th May, 1962


*Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

*I'll Remember Today

*I May Be Wrong                                                     with Rosemary Clooney


No. 576  14th May, 1962


*My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

*Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now

*Shine On Harvest Moon                                            with Rosemary Clooney


No. 577  15th May, 1962


*Get Me To The Church On Time

*Singin' In The Rain                                                     with Rosemary Clooney

*Gigi


No. 578  16th May, 1962


*Witchcraft

*They Say It's Wonderful                                            with Rosemary Clooney

*Just You, Just Me


No. 579  17th May, 1962


*Let's Call The Whole Thing Off                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*Thou Swell

*Too Marvellous For Words


No. 580  18th May, 1962


*Taking A Chance On Love

*Carolina In The Morning


Other songs not known


No. 581  21st May, 1962


*Chicago

*People Will Say We're In Love                                 with Rosemary Clooney

*Rain


No. 582  22nd May, 1962


*Medley: (Any Town Is Paris When You're Young/

Paris In The Spring /April In Paris

/The Last Time I Saw Paris)                                          with Rosemary Clooney

*Something's Gotta Give

*That's All I Want From You