Adventures of Babe Ruth did NOT air in 1934. There was a 3 times a week program called "Baseball Comment" starring Babe Ruth that began April 16 1934. No copies of this show exist. The weekly Adventures of Babe Ruth was from the 1940s. For example, the first broadcast in NYC was on 49-10-02 and continued through 1950. Also, the first episode references WW II in the past tense.
35-xx-xx (or 47-07-27) Farewell to Baseball should be 47-04-27 Farewell to Baseball
50-05-12 (23) Babe and the Club Owner was 49-12-11 (11) Kidnapped
380331 Rehearsing a speech s/b 380324 (part of Good News of 1938)
390729 Baby brother is from 390629
400114 - Chemical Catastrophe s/b 400118
41-04-27 Baseball Game s/b 410417
451216 Baby Snooks is Lost was 450916
460619 - Cat Man's Revenge may be from 460929. That was the date of a season preview show called Stars in the Afternoon.
471014 - Daddy's New Suits s/b 471017
501114 - Baby Snooks and Talullah Bankhead s/b 501112
BACKSTAGE WIFE (MARY NOBLE)
On some sets, show #3999 is 500926, but then show #4000 is 500928. You can tell the shows that follow have the date "one off" because the show listed as #4002, 501002 (which is a Monday) says at the end "be sure to be listening Monday to Backstage Wife".
BARRIE CRAIG (BARRY CRAIG)
Baseball - 480000 - WS Game 1 - Indians at Braves is from 481006
Baseball - 480000 - WS Game 5 - Braves at Indians is from 481010
1957 World Series Game 4 should be 57-10-06
Baseball - 590000 - WS Game 1 - Dodgers at White Sox is from 591001
Baseball - 590000 - WS Game 5 - White Sox at Dodgers is from 591006
601002 - Washington Senators's Last Game was 71-09-30
BEAT THE BAND
Beat the Band 40-07-28 (027) First Song – It Seems Like A Month Of Sundays, should be dated 40-07-21.
Beat the Band 40-08-04 (028) First Song – I Hear Bluebirds, should be dated 40-07-28.
Beat the Band 40-09-22 (035) First Song – Calicanga, should be dated 40-09-08.
BEHIND THE SCENES AT CBS
41-11-28 s/b 44-11-28
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
35-10-06 Tales of the Americas was 41-01-24 Mexico. This was part of a January - July 1942 series of programs highlighting Latin America, subtitled See All The Americas.
371010 ep013 Lou Gehrig s/b 37-10-09. October 9 was a Saturday, which was the night Believe it or Not was broadcast in 1937-38. Also the announcer mentions that Jack Haley's new show follows immediately after. Haley's Log Cabin Jamboree debuted October 9, 1937
38-08-08 What Monarch Became A Citizen Of the US should be 38-07-05. "Yesterday was July 4th"
37-11-20 or 40-11-28 Colonel Stoopnagel was 40-11-22. End states it is Friday and between 2 different dates for Thanksgiving. In 1940, Thanksgiving was celebrated by some states on Nov. 21 and some on Nov. 28. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franksgiving
Also, the next week's guest is given as Somerset Maugham and Dartmouth Glee Club which was scheduled for Nov. 29. http://jjonz.us/RadioLogs/pagesnfiles/logs_files_RH/1940s_RH/40-44/1940/40rh_11Nov/40-11-29-(Fri)_%5bWP%5d.pdf
480810 Ep337 Tipi Tipi Tin was 38-05-24. Bran Flakes is sponsor. Also the author of the song Tipi Tin is on the show as most popular song of the year. The song was written in 1938.
BELL TELEPHONE HOUR
65-12-19 Martha Scott and Jane Morgan is likely a soundtrack from a TV show
Bell Telephone Hour Encores 690202 (21) Guest - Leonard Warren was 690608 (39) Guest - Leonard Warren
Best Sellers 45-09-20 was John B. Kennedy