Memory Lane

PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 1 of 3

Lesson Plan: https://web.archive.org/web/20150919160338/http://documentaries.wlvt.org/wp-content/uploads/LVH-50s-1.pdf

Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0GiWhzCbt7NAmhVlfie9uCYaoeCLMMJM

Original source: https://web.archive.org/web/20181023065913/http://documentaries.wlvt.org:80/index.php/2010/09/the-1950s/

"Overview:

Dust off those saddle shoes, take that poodle skirt out of the trunk and get ready to stroll down memory lane.

Living History the 1950s takes a unique look at life in the Lehigh Valley during this incredibly diverse decade… through the eyes of those who saw it all.  From a nostalgic recollection of what made Hess’s Department Store the place to shop in style, to heart wrenching memories of life and death in the Forgotten War, Living History is a documentary with a personal touch.

Ever wonder what an iron lung sounded like? You’ll hear from a nurse who worked on a polio ward at a local hospital.And you’ll meet a woman who battled this crippling disease and won. You’ll hear the roar o the crowd on Thanksgiving Day when high school football was the name of the game. And you’ll listen to the new song school children learned before they ducked under their desks and covered their heads. And you’ll see the  flood waters rise in Easton in 1955.

Living History takes us back to a prosperous time when local industries flourished, and for many, the American Dream was achievable. From Bethlehem Steel to Mack Trucks and Western Electric it was the golden age of the industrial worker. But through the eyes of one woman, Living History poignantly reminds us of a troubling time when segregation reared its ugly head here in the Lehigh Valley.

We’ll hear how a radio announcer in the Lehigh Valley launched the first open mike call-in show in the country; how television entered our living rooms and gave us pictures as well as sound. Do you remember your first television set?

And who can forget the music. We’ll shake, rattle and roll at Castle Garden when Annette, Paul, and Fabian were there. We’ll meet those who rocked and rolled to anew sound and a new beat; when American Bandstand gave us the top tunes and all the new dances."

PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 1 of 3

Lesson Plan: https://web.archive.org/web/20150919160338/http://documentaries.wlvt.org/wp-content/uploads/LVH-50s-1.pdf

Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0GiWhzCbt7NAmhVlfie9uCYaoeCLMMJM

Original source: https://web.archive.org/web/20181023065913/http://documentaries.wlvt.org:80/index.php/2010/09/the-1950s/

"Overview:

Dust off those saddle shoes, take that poodle skirt out of the trunk and get ready to stroll down memory lane.

Living History the 1950s takes a unique look at life in the Lehigh Valley during this incredibly diverse decade… through the eyes of those who saw it all. From a nostalgic recollection of what made Hess’s Department Store the place to shop in style, to heart wrenching memories of life and death in the Forgotten War, Living History is a documentary with a personal touch.

Ever wonder what an iron lung sounded like? You’ll hear from a nurse who worked on a polio ward at a local hospital.And you’ll meet a woman who battled this crippling disease and won. You’ll hear the roar o the crowd on Thanksgiving Day when high school football was the name of the game. And you’ll listen to the new song school children learned before they ducked under their desks and covered their heads. And you’ll see the flood waters rise in Easton in 1955.

Living History takes us back to a prosperous time when local industries flourished, and for many, the American Dream was achievable. From Bethlehem Steel to Mack Trucks and Western Electric it was the golden age of the industrial worker. But through the eyes of one woman, Living History poignantly reminds us of a troubling time when segregation reared its ugly head here in the Lehigh Valley.

We’ll hear how a radio announcer in the Lehigh Valley launched the first open mike call-in show in the country; how television entered our living rooms and gave us pictures as well as sound. Do you remember your first television set?

And who can forget the music. We’ll shake, rattle and roll at Castle Garden when Annette, Paul, and Fabian were there. We’ll meet those who rocked and rolled to anew sound and a new beat; when American Bandstand gave us the top tunes and all the new dances."

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PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 1 of 3

Gramps Radio 871.8K views August 6, 2014 5:35 am

PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 2 of 3

Lesson Plan: https://web.archive.org/web/20150920080728/http://documentaries.wlvt.org/wp-content/uploads/LVH-50s-2.pdf

Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0GiWhzCbt7NAmhVlfie9uCYaoeCLMMJM

Original source: https://web.archive.org/web/20181023065913/http://documentaries.wlvt.org:80/index.php/2010/09/the-1950s/

"Overview:

Dust off those saddle shoes, take that poodle skirt out of the trunk and get ready to stroll down memory lane.

Living History the 1950s takes a unique look at life in the Lehigh Valley during this incredibly diverse decade… through the eyes of those who saw it all.  From a nostalgic recollection of what made Hess’s Department Store the place to shop in style, to heart wrenching memories of life and death in the Forgotten War, Living History is a documentary with a personal touch.

Ever wonder what an iron lung sounded like? You’ll hear from a nurse who worked on a polio ward at a local hospital.And you’ll meet a woman who battled this crippling disease and won. You’ll hear the roar o the crowd on Thanksgiving Day when high school football was the name of the game. And you’ll listen to the new song school children learned before they ducked under their desks and covered their heads. And you’ll see the  flood waters rise in Easton in 1955.

Living History takes us back to a prosperous time when local industries flourished, and for many, the American Dream was achievable. From Bethlehem Steel to Mack Trucks and Western Electric it was the golden age of the industrial worker. But through the eyes of one woman, Living History poignantly reminds us of a troubling time when segregation reared its ugly head here in the Lehigh Valley.

We’ll hear how a radio announcer in the Lehigh Valley launched the first open mike call-in show in the country; how television entered our living rooms and gave us pictures as well as sound. Do you remember your first television set?

And who can forget the music. We’ll shake, rattle and roll at Castle Garden when Annette, Paul, and Fabian were there. We’ll meet those who rocked and rolled to anew sound and a new beat; when American Bandstand gave us the top tunes and all the new dances."

PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 2 of 3

Lesson Plan: https://web.archive.org/web/20150920080728/http://documentaries.wlvt.org/wp-content/uploads/LVH-50s-2.pdf

Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0GiWhzCbt7NAmhVlfie9uCYaoeCLMMJM

Original source: https://web.archive.org/web/20181023065913/http://documentaries.wlvt.org:80/index.php/2010/09/the-1950s/

"Overview:

Dust off those saddle shoes, take that poodle skirt out of the trunk and get ready to stroll down memory lane.

Living History the 1950s takes a unique look at life in the Lehigh Valley during this incredibly diverse decade… through the eyes of those who saw it all. From a nostalgic recollection of what made Hess’s Department Store the place to shop in style, to heart wrenching memories of life and death in the Forgotten War, Living History is a documentary with a personal touch.

Ever wonder what an iron lung sounded like? You’ll hear from a nurse who worked on a polio ward at a local hospital.And you’ll meet a woman who battled this crippling disease and won. You’ll hear the roar o the crowd on Thanksgiving Day when high school football was the name of the game. And you’ll listen to the new song school children learned before they ducked under their desks and covered their heads. And you’ll see the flood waters rise in Easton in 1955.

Living History takes us back to a prosperous time when local industries flourished, and for many, the American Dream was achievable. From Bethlehem Steel to Mack Trucks and Western Electric it was the golden age of the industrial worker. But through the eyes of one woman, Living History poignantly reminds us of a troubling time when segregation reared its ugly head here in the Lehigh Valley.

We’ll hear how a radio announcer in the Lehigh Valley launched the first open mike call-in show in the country; how television entered our living rooms and gave us pictures as well as sound. Do you remember your first television set?

And who can forget the music. We’ll shake, rattle and roll at Castle Garden when Annette, Paul, and Fabian were there. We’ll meet those who rocked and rolled to anew sound and a new beat; when American Bandstand gave us the top tunes and all the new dances."

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PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 2 of 3

Gramps Radio 264.9K views August 6, 2014 5:39 am

PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 3 of 3

Lesson Plan: https://web.archive.org/web/20150919161212/http://documentaries.wlvt.org/wp-content/uploads/LVH-50s-3.pdf

Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0GiWhzCbt7NAmhVlfie9uCYaoeCLMMJM

Original source: https://web.archive.org/web/20181023065913/http://documentaries.wlvt.org:80/index.php/2010/09/the-1950s/

"Overview:

Dust off those saddle shoes, take that poodle skirt out of the trunk and get ready to stroll down memory lane.

Living History the 1950s takes a unique look at life in the Lehigh Valley during this incredibly diverse decade… through the eyes of those who saw it all.  From a nostalgic recollection of what made Hess’s Department Store the place to shop in style, to heart wrenching memories of life and death in the Forgotten War, Living History is a documentary with a personal touch.

Ever wonder what an iron lung sounded like? You’ll hear from a nurse who worked on a polio ward at a local hospital.And you’ll meet a woman who battled this crippling disease and won. You’ll hear the roar o the crowd on Thanksgiving Day when high school football was the name of the game. And you’ll listen to the new song school children learned before they ducked under their desks and covered their heads. And you’ll see the  flood waters rise in Easton in 1955.

Living History takes us back to a prosperous time when local industries flourished, and for many, the American Dream was achievable. From Bethlehem Steel to Mack Trucks and Western Electric it was the golden age of the industrial worker. But through the eyes of one woman, Living History poignantly reminds us of a troubling time when segregation reared its ugly head here in the Lehigh Valley.

We’ll hear how a radio announcer in the Lehigh Valley launched the first open mike call-in show in the country; how television entered our living rooms and gave us pictures as well as sound. Do you remember your first television set?

And who can forget the music. We’ll shake, rattle and roll at Castle Garden when Annette, Paul, and Fabian were there. We’ll meet those who rocked and rolled to anew sound and a new beat; when American Bandstand gave us the top tunes and all the new dances."

PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 3 of 3

Lesson Plan: https://web.archive.org/web/20150919161212/http://documentaries.wlvt.org/wp-content/uploads/LVH-50s-3.pdf

Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0GiWhzCbt7NAmhVlfie9uCYaoeCLMMJM

Original source: https://web.archive.org/web/20181023065913/http://documentaries.wlvt.org:80/index.php/2010/09/the-1950s/

"Overview:

Dust off those saddle shoes, take that poodle skirt out of the trunk and get ready to stroll down memory lane.

Living History the 1950s takes a unique look at life in the Lehigh Valley during this incredibly diverse decade… through the eyes of those who saw it all. From a nostalgic recollection of what made Hess’s Department Store the place to shop in style, to heart wrenching memories of life and death in the Forgotten War, Living History is a documentary with a personal touch.

Ever wonder what an iron lung sounded like? You’ll hear from a nurse who worked on a polio ward at a local hospital.And you’ll meet a woman who battled this crippling disease and won. You’ll hear the roar o the crowd on Thanksgiving Day when high school football was the name of the game. And you’ll listen to the new song school children learned before they ducked under their desks and covered their heads. And you’ll see the flood waters rise in Easton in 1955.

Living History takes us back to a prosperous time when local industries flourished, and for many, the American Dream was achievable. From Bethlehem Steel to Mack Trucks and Western Electric it was the golden age of the industrial worker. But through the eyes of one woman, Living History poignantly reminds us of a troubling time when segregation reared its ugly head here in the Lehigh Valley.

We’ll hear how a radio announcer in the Lehigh Valley launched the first open mike call-in show in the country; how television entered our living rooms and gave us pictures as well as sound. Do you remember your first television set?

And who can forget the music. We’ll shake, rattle and roll at Castle Garden when Annette, Paul, and Fabian were there. We’ll meet those who rocked and rolled to anew sound and a new beat; when American Bandstand gave us the top tunes and all the new dances."

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PBS Documentary - The 1950s - Segment 3 of 3

Gramps Radio 181.3K views August 6, 2014 5:39 am

Remember When : Remembering things that we took for granted but are mostly gone now.

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An overview of the substation attack in Moore County, North Carolina in December 2022.
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Sorry I sound a bit stuffy in this one! We had to shoot this before everyone left for the holiday break, and I was still getting over a cold.

This event highlights the need for making critical substations more secure and also making the grid more robust so that someone can’t rob tens of thousands of people of their lights, heat, comfort, and livelihood for four days with just a few well-placed bullets.

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An overview of the substation attack in Moore County, North Carolina in December 2022.
📺 Sign up for Nebula to support the channel and watch my videos ad-free! https://go.nebula.tv/practical-engineering/

Sorry I sound a bit stuffy in this one! We had to shoot this before everyone left for the holiday break, and I was still getting over a cold.

This event highlights the need for making critical substations more secure and also making the grid more robust so that someone can’t rob tens of thousands of people of their lights, heat, comfort, and livelihood for four days with just a few well-placed bullets.

Signed copies of my book (plus other cool stuff) are available here: https://store.practical.engineering/

Practical Engineering is a YouTube channel about infrastructure and the human-made world around us. It is hosted, written, and produced by Grady Hillhouse. We have new videos posted regularly, so please subscribe for updates. If you enjoyed the video, hit that ‘like’ button, give us a comment, or watch another of our videos!

CONNECT WITH ME
____________________________________
Website: http://practical.engineering
Twitter: https://twitter.com/HillhouseGrady
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/practicalengineering
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/PracticalEngineering
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PracticalEngineerGrady​
Patreon: http://patreon.com/PracticalEngineering

SPONSORSHIP INQUIRIES
____________________________________
Please email my agent at practicalengineering@standard.tv

DISCLAIMER
____________________________________
This is not engineering advice. Everything here is for informational and entertainment purposes only. Contact an engineer licensed to practice in your area if you need professional advice or services. All non-licensed clips used for fair use commentary, criticism, and educational purposes.

SPECIAL THANKS
____________________________________
This video is sponsored by CuriosityStream.
Stock video and imagery provided by Getty Images.
Music by Epidemic Sound: http://epidemicsound.com/creator
Tonic and Energy by Elexive is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6fBPdu8w9U
Producer/Writer/Host: Grady Hillhouse
Editor: Wesley Crump
Production Assistant: Josh Lorenz
Script Editor: Ralph Crewe
Background Painting: Josh Welker
Graphics: Nebula Studios
Drone Videography: Sandhills Aerial
Bullet hole photos: Jonathan Drake

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What Really Happened with the Substation Attack in North Carolina?

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