BERT THE TURTLE
Excerpts from the Federal Civil Defense Administration's radio transcription ("children's dramatic program") based on DUCK AND COVER. For more on the program see the complete production history of DUCK AND COVER.
THE COMPLACENT AMERICANS
A kind of Cold War "It's a Wonderful Life," THE COMPLACENT AMERICANS is one of the "crown jewels" of Atomic Platters.
At long last, the story of Billy Chamber's 'lost classic' of teenage nuclear angst.
THE GOLDWATERS SING FOLK SONGS TO BUG THE LIBERALS
Novelty album released during the height of the ill-fated and divisive campaign of Barry Goldwater.
IF THE BOMB FALLS
Sensational instructional LP for stocking and living in a fallout shelter.
IN TIME OF EMERGENCY
A civil defense reminder for a distraced country.
INSIDE A COMMUNIST CELL
Anti-communist revelations of ex-counterspy Karl Prussian including a re-enactment of actual cell meeting!
Amazing audio excerpts from the cold war film classic of love and atomic warfare. [ ]
JANET GREENE SINGS
The 'Anti-Baez' sweetly sings of "Commie Lies" and the "Fascist Threat."
JFK ENDORSES CONELRAD
Excerpt from a national operational test of the CONELRAD emergency broadcasting system during the 1961 Operation Alert civil defense exercise.
THE MARXIST MINSTRELS
David Noebel on "The Communist Subversion of Folk Music."
THE MIGHTY U.S. ARMED FORCES
A three LP set of "audio pornography" including nuclear explosions, psychological warfare, and war (small, medium, and large).
NORAD TRACKS SANTA
The Air Defense Command novelty classic. The tradition continues to this day.
Exhibition audio program created by CONELRAD for the 2002 "NUCLEAR FAMILIES:
The Home Fallout Shelter Movement in California 1950-1969" show curated by Elizabeth Kathleen Mitchell at the University Art Museum, University of California at Santa Barbara.
Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization radio spots with host Dennis James
OPERATION ALERT BUFFALO
A CONELRAD Alert radio transcription from WBEN's Ward Fenton.
OSWALD, SELF PORTRAIT IN RED
Exploitation masterpiece featuring Lee Harvey Oswald's radio debate on New Orleans radio. We've boiled it down to one essential excerpt.
PANIC IN YEAR ZERO
An excerpt from the Ray Milland atomic "lost weekend" asks "Not even CONELRAD?" [ ]
PRODUCTION SERIES '68
The cover of this LP screams "mod," but the content and presentation is anything but.
SWINGING '70's EBS JINGLE
Marvel at the irresistibly upbeat arrangement of the "this has been a test of the emergency broadcast system..." radio spot created for Syracuse NY's WHEN. It'll leave you speechless and tapping your toes.
TWENTY-FOUR HOURS IN TYRANTLAND
Mutated television at its finest. Audio excerpts from a very special episode of "Father Knows Best" produced in cooperation with the Department of Treasury to sell US Savings Bonds and defeat communism.