Destination Tomorrow

December 16, 1944 to March 24, 1946
15 episodes known to exist
Destination Tomorrow was a radio show which ran from December 16, 1944 to March 24, 1946.
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December 16, 1944 - March 24, 1946
Destination Tomorrow
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Destination Tomorrow
December 16, 1944 - March 24, 1946
15 episodes known to exist
Narrator: Chet Huntley
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December 16, 1944 
What Will Happen to the Returning Soldiers After the War? 
 
15:00 

 
December 23, 1944 
What Will Happen to War Workers After the War? 
 
15:00 

 
December 30, 1944 
Racial and Religious Intolerance and Other Forms of Discrimination 
 
15:00 

 
January 6, 1946 
Does Man Do His Best Only For War? 
William Conrad 
15:00 

 
January 13, 1945 
The Right of of Employment For Returning Soldiers 
 
15:00 

 
January 20, 1945 
Full Employment and the Economy of Abundance 
 
15:00 

 
January 27, 1946 
The Right to a Useful Job 
Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt), William Conrad 
15:00 

 
February 3, 1946 
The Right to Earn 
Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt) 
15:00 

 
February 10, 1946 
The Right of the Farmer to Sell His Produce At a Decent Price 
Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt) 
15:00 

 
10 
February 17, 1946 
The Rights and Responsibilities of American Business 
Jack Moyles 
15:00 

 
11 
February 24, 1945 
The Right of Every Family to Good Home 
 
15:00 

 
12 
March 3, 1946 
The Right of All to Good Health and Medical Treatment 
Jack Moyles 
15:00 

 
13 
March 10, 1946 
The Right of Freedom From Economic Fear in Sickness, Accident, Old Age 
Jack Moyles 
15:00 

 
14 
March 17, 1945 
The Right of All to a Good Education 
Jack Moyles (as President Roosevelt), William Conrad 
15:00 

 
15 
March 24, 1946 
Final Show 
William Conrad, Stan Freberg 
15:00 

 
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