Broadcast 1:15-1:30 PM over the NBC Red Network. ER asks listeners to contribute to the Red Cross in aid of Holland and Belgium. She also discusses nursing as a career and the importance of home life as an incubator of democracy.
Broadcast time 1:15-1:30 PM over the NBC Red Network. As the Democrats gather for their 1940 national convention, ER discusses previous conventions she has attended and the mechanics of such meetings in general.
Broadcast time 1:15-1:30 PM over the NBC Red Network. ER discusses FDR's presentation of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidential Library to the Archivist of the United States. She also talks about the conflict between realities and ideals as Americans relate to World War II in Europe, the...
Broadcast time 1:15-1:30 PM over the NBC Red Network. Esther Lape and ER take turns interviewing one another. Topics include the League of Nations, world peace, US involvement in international affairs, and paternalism.
This is a partial transcript. Broadcast does not include opening announcement, the introduction of ER, or the first commercial. Broadcast 1:15-1:30 PM over the NBC Red Network. In the first part of the program ER talks about the work of Dorothy Draper, gardening, and modes of travel. In the...
Broadcast time 1:15-1:30 PM over the NBC Red Network. In this Memorial Day episode, ER interviews a student from Vassar College and a student from Rutgers University about how to deal with the issues of war, preparing for the future, and promoting peace around the world.
Broadcast time 1:15-1:30PM over the NBC Red Network. In the first half of the show, ER discusses household work as a profession. In the second half she discusses the role of private industry and the government in the construction of new houses and the importance of building low income housing.
Broadcast time 1:15-1:30 PM over the NBC Red network. ER discusses the meaning of democracy and the ways ordinary women can become better citizens. ER also reads from a New York Times article from Flag Day (14 June)