Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Nalani Olds - 06-27-2004
Nalani Olds was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on Hawaiian 105 KINE FM on 06-27-2004. Nalani's father was an acclaimed hula dancer, and Nalani followed him into show business as a young star of the famed "Hawaii Calls" radio show.
Released on: 06-27-2004
Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Van Diamond - 06-06-2004
Van Horn Diamond was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on Hawaiian 105 KINE FM on 06-06-2004. Van was raised in Waikiki and began his career performing with his mother group, the legendary "Marion Diamond Trio".
Released on: 06-06-2004
Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Myra English - 01-22-1997
Myra English, "Hawaii's Champagne Lady", was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on 1420 AM KCCN on 01-22-1997. Myra was one of Hawaii's most spontaneous performers!
Released on: 01-22-1997
The "49th State Fair" Radio Ad - Tex Ritter - 1952
Here is another radio ad promoting the "49th State Fair" on July 1-9, 1952. All of Hawaii was convinced that we would become the 49th State during the 1950s, not realizing at the time that Alaska would gain statehood first, and Hawaii would eventually become the 50th State of the USA in 1959. The Honolulu promoter, Wally Yee, provided the midway and rides. Tex Ritter was hired to appear at the fair, for his star had risen again as his old western movies made a comeback on early B&W TV.
Released on: 06-01-1952
Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Emme Tomimbang - 09-07-1983
Emme Tomimbang never sang or danced on "Territorial Airwaves", but as a television journalist, she aired feature stories about "Territorial Airwaves" repeatedly through the years. Her very first story was filmed during a "Territorial Airwaves" broadcast on 1420 AM KCCN on 09-07-1983.