KQED Newsroom Highlights (12/31/68)

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Edited highlights from KQED's Newsroom program from December 31st 1968, presented by Mel Wax. Includes scenes of: Art Hoppe making ironic news predictions for 1969; a brief appearance by Mimi London, to discuss the 'Apple Mary' news story; Bob Bastian showing a series of his political cartoons; George Dusheck reflecting on the success of early heart transplants and Ed Radenzel reviewing events in what he refers to as 1968's "year of violence."

Originally aired on
KQED
Date aired
12/1/68
Recording medium
3/4" U-matic video tape
15:30
Rights for this video belong to
NCPB/KQED
Type of material
news program
Identifier
KQ 1002
Views
5834

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Wow! Women have come a long way since this show, in which Mel Wax invites Mimi London to come and look pretty and not say anything for two hours. What a stunning insult this would be now, but back then they all thought it was cute and funny.

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