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2010

August 3, 4, 6 — Spot #1: The Harley Berg Show

August 10, 11, 13 — Spot #2: Fighting the Heat at Night in the Summertime

August 17, 18, 20 — Spot #3: Texas Women and World War II

August 24, 25, 27 — Spot #4: Ice

August 31 and September 1, 3 — Spot #5: First Teaching Jobs in 1922 and 1932

September 7, 8, 10 — Spot #6: Galveston Hurricane and Dewey the Dog

September 14, 15, 17 — Spot #7: Early School Memories

September 21, 22, 24 — Spot #8: Moonshine

September 28, 29 and October 1 — Spot #9: Hobos

October 5, 6, 8 — Spot #10: Pirate Radio

October 12, 13, 15 — Spot #11: Hog-killing

October 19, 20, 22 — Spot #12: Baylor Homecoming and Orba Lee Malone

October 26, 27, 29 — Spot #13: Ghost of South Tenth Street

November 2, 3, 5 — Spot #14: Nineteenth Amendment

November 9, 10, 12 — Spot #15: Armistice Day

November 16, 17, 19 — Spot #16: Madison Cooper

November 23, 24, 26 — Spot #17: Soldiers and Thanksgiving

November 30 and December 1, 3 — Spot #18: Founding of Baylor Chamber Singers

December 7, 8, 10 — Spot #19: Pearl Harbor

December 14, 15, 17 — Spot #20: Working in Clothing Factories

December 21, 22, 23 — Spot #21: Christmas Gifts in the Great Depression

December 28, 29, 31 — Spot #22: Ku Klux Klan

2011

January 4, 5, 7 — Spot #23: Why They Give

January 11, 12, 14 — Spot #24: Battle of the Bulge

January 18, 19, 21 — Spot #1: The Harley Berg Show

January 25, 26, 28 — Spot #10: Pirate Radio

February 1, 2, 4 — Spot #25: African American Musicians Traveling through the South during the Civil Rights Movement

February 8, 9, 11 — Spot #26: A Christmastime Proposal

February 15, 16, 18 — Spot #27: Paul Quinn College, Circa 1940

February 22, 23, 25 — Spot #28: Fathers and Fathers-in-Law and Marriage

March 1, 2, 4 — Spot #29: Growing up on a Farm with Milk Cows

March 8, 9, 11 — Spot #30: Chasing Police Calls

March 15, 16, 18 — Spot #5: First Teaching Jobs in 1922 and 1932

March 22, 23, 25 — Spot #31: Train Travel through Young Eyes

March 29, 30 and April 1 — Spot #32: A Survey Trip to Kosovo

April 5, 6, 8 — Spot #33: Leaving High School to Fight in WWII

April 12, 13, 15 — Spot #34: 1936 Waco Flood

April 19, 20, 22 — Spot #35: Easter Customs

April 26, 27, 29 — Spot #36: Cotton Palace

May 3 — Spot #16: Madison Cooper

May 10 — Spot #37: Radio and the 1953 Waco Tornado

May 17 — Spot #38: The Circus

May 24 — Spot #3: Texas Women and World War II

May 31 — Spot #39: Graduating from a School Campus

June 7 — Spot #40: Social Aspect of Churches

June 14 — Spot #2: Fighting the Heat at Night in the Summertime

June 21 — Spot #41: YMCA and YWCA

June 28 — Spot #42: 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic

July 5 — Spot #25: African American Musicians Traveling through the South during the Civil Rights Movement

July 12 — Spot #4: Ice

July 19 — Spot #43: Family Vacations

July 26 — Spot #44: Home Remedies

August 2 — Spot #45: On a Slow Boat to Saipan

August 9 — Spot #46: Summer Water and Beach Activities

August 16 — Spot #47: Prohibition

August 23 — Spot #38: The Circus

August 30 — Spot #48: Insect Pests

September 6 — Spot #49: Restaurant Sit-ins

September 13 — Spot #27: Paul Quinn College, Circa 1940

September 20 — Spot #50: Electric Interurban Railways

September 27 — Spot #51: Galveston Hurricane of 1900 and Hurricane Carla

October 4 — Spot #52: Junior High

October 11 — Spot #34: 1936 Waco Flood

October 18 — Spot #8: Moonshine

October 25 — Spot #53: The Haunted Huebner-Onion House

November 1 — Spot #54: Food Products from a Hog-killing

November 8 — Spot #55: Surrender of Japan in WWII

November 15 — Spot #56: Measles and Rubella

November 22 — Spot #17: Soldiers and Thanksgiving

November 29 — Spot #18: Founding of Baylor Chamber Singers

December 6 — Spot #57: 1950s Drought

December 13 — Spot #20: Working in Clothing Factories

December 20 — Spot #21: Christmas Gifts in the Great Depression

December 27 — Spot #26: A Christmastime Proposal

2012

January 3 — Spot #32: A Survey Trip to Kosovo

January 10 — Spot #31: Train Travel through Young Eyes

January 17 — Spot #23: Why They Give

January 24 — Spot #58: Camp MacArthur

January 31 — Spot #59: New Faces and Experiences on Passenger Trains

February 7 — Spot #60: A Long Road to Marriage

February 14 — Spot #61: Engagements and Weddings—Keeping it Simple

February 21 — Spot #22: Ku Klux Klan

February 28 — Spot #25: African American Musicians Traveling through the South during the Civil Rights Movement

March 6 — Spot #62: Early Automobiles

March 13 — Spot #63: Changes in Basketball

March 20 — Spot #64: 1972 Accreditation of Paul Quinn College

March 27 — Spot #65: Early Telephone Service in Waco

April 3 — Spot #35: Easter Customs

April 10 — Spot #41: YMCA and YWCA

April 17 — Spot #66: Waco and Flowers

April 24 — Spot #36: Cotton Palace

May 1 — Spot #67: Newspapers during the Great Depression

May 8 — Spot #37: Radio and the 1953 Waco Tornado

May 15 — Spot #68: ALICO Building

May 22 — Spot #69: First Black Teachers in White Schools

May 29 — Spot #70: Childhood Memories of Cameron Park

June 5 — Spot #71: Summer Jobs in the 1940s

June 12 — Spot #28: Fathers and Fathers-in-Law and Marriage

June 19 — Spot #48: Insect Pests

June 26 — Spot #46: Summer Water and Beach Activities

July 3 — Spot #43: Family Vacations

July 10 — Spot #2: Fighting the Heat at Night in the Summertime

July 17 — Spot #40: Social Aspect of Churches

July 24 — Spot #44: Home Remedies

July 31 — Spot #47: Prohibition

August 7 — Spot #72: Summertime Swimming

August 14 — Spot #57: 1950s Drought

August 21 — Spot #73: Bullies

August 28 — Spot #74: Getting into Trouble

September 4 — Spot #6: Galveston Hurricane and Dewey the Dog

September 11 — Spot #75: Playing Football in High School

September 18 — Spot #42: 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic

September 25 — Spot #65: Early Telephone Service in Waco

October 2 — Spot #62: Early Automobiles

October 9 — Spot #69: First Black Teachers in White Schools

October 16 — Spot #50: Electric Interurban Railways

October 23 — Spot #53: The Haunted Huebner-Onion House

October 30 — Spot #13: Ghost of South Tenth Street

November 6 — Spot #14: Nineteenth Amendment

November 13 — Spot #11: Hog-killing

November 20 — Spot #54: Food Products from a Hog-killing

November 27 — Spot #73: Bullies

December 4 — Spot #76: Pawn Shops

December 11 — Spot #23: Why They Give

December 18 — Spot #77: Christmas in the Military

December 24 — Spot #78: Christmas Memories and Traditions

2013

January 1 — Spot #79: New Year Traditions and Adventures

January 8 — Spot #80: Baylor Round Table

January 15 — Spot #81: Getting to School

January 22 — Spot #82: On-the-Job Cold Weather Stories

January 29 — Spot #58: Camp MacArthur

February 5 — Spot #56: Measles and Rubella

February 12 — Spot #61: Engagements and Weddings—Keeping it Simple

February 19 — Spot #69: First Black Teachers in White Schools

February 26 — Spot #68: ALICO Building

March 5 — Spot #63: Changes in Basketball

March 12 — Spot #70: Childhood Memories of Cameron Park

March 19 — Spot #59: New Faces and Experiences on Passenger Trains

March 25 — Spot #35: Easter Customs

April 2 — Spot #66: Waco and Flowers

April 9 — Spot #83: Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camps

April 16 — Spot #84: Free Time

April 23 — Spot #85: Rich Field

April 30 — Spot #86: First Jobs

May 7 — Spot #87: Mothers

May 14 — Spot #88: Springtime Activities

May 21 — Spot #89: Buggies and Wagons

May 28 — Spot #74: Getting into Trouble

May 28 — Spot #90: Road Trips

June 11 — Spot #91: A Lesson Learned from Dad

June 18 — Spot #72: Summertime Swimming

June 25 — Spot #71: Summer Jobs in the 1940s

July 2 — Spot #92: Fourth of July

July 9 — Spot #48: Insect Pests

July 16 — Spot #93: The Square in Waco

July 23 — Spot #76: Pawn Shops

July 30 — Spot #94: Summer Camps

August 6 — Spot #90: Road Trips

August 13 — Spot #95: Going to the Movies

August 20 — Spot #62: Early Automobiles

August 27 — Spot #81: Getting to School

September 3 — Spot #75: Playing Football in High School

September 10 — Spot #80: Baylor Round Table

September 17 — Spot #69: First Black Teachers in White Schools

September 24 — Spot #85: Rich Field

October 1 — Spot #86: First Jobs

October 8 — Spot #89: Buggies and Wagons

October 15 — Spot #74: Getting into Trouble

October 22 — Spot #93: The Square in Waco

October 29 — Spot #53: The Haunted Huebner-Onion House

November 5 — Spot #95: Going to the Movies

November 12 — Spot #96: Baylor Student Veterans

November 19 — Spot #97: World War I

November 26 — Spot #98: Thanksgiving

December 3 — Spot #99: One-room Schools

December 10 — Spot #100: Oral History

December 17 — Spot #77: Christmas in the Military

December 25 — Spot #78: Christmas Memories and Traditions

December 31 — Spot #79: New Year Traditions and Adventures