0:00 Color bars
0:05 Truck POV shot down Indiana Toll Road while Paul Harvey plays on the radio. Lots of AM interference on the radio signal.
1:24 Harvey talks about booming US economy, mentioning comments by Milton Friedman in support of Regan.
2:20 Harvey talks about a man in Peoria, Illinois who tricked women out of their underwear.
3:05 Harvey does pitch for General Motors cars.
3:40 Harvey talks about corruption of Speaker-of-the-House Wright.
4:30 Harvey does pitch for Bunn coffee.
5:44 Harvey talks about Mike Christiansen, who stole a Lear Jet and then killed himself in Denver because of a “ruptured romance”, then talks about the Bermuda Triangle.
6:40 Harvey talks about corruption of medical examiner in San Antonio, Texas, who sold bones from the dead.
7:00 Harvey talks about an accident in Warren County, TN in which a biker was thrown from his bike into the bed of a pickup truck, and was driven back to the other party’s house unknowingly.
8:10 Harvey talks about a breakthrough in research of muscular dystrophy.
8:33 Commercial Chicago Mercantile Exchange (not Harvey).
9:30 Harvey: “Americans do so want to believe.” Harvey talks about Americans thinking they’re seeing a glowing cross in a window (apparently supernatural).
10:15 Harvey talks about rock singer Joe Savage fighting for the right to cage wild animals, after which his daughter was mauled by one of them.
10:43 Harvey talks about taking longer workout times and walking for exercise
11:20 Harvey talks about “kiss and tell” books by former White House Employees, and the authors’ problems getting future jobs. He promises to talk about it later.
11:50 Harvey talks about a “nun run” pony race in Ireland.
12:05 Harvey talks about a little league treasurer running off with money.
12:10 Harvey talks about a student suing the school for not allowing him to wear an earring.
12:20 Harvey talks about “rent-a-dress” shops for women.
12:45 H arvey: “And now, page four”. He addresses “brothers of the broiler” and tries to sell them a charcoal starter.
14:05 Harvey talks about restrictions on smoking in Chicago.
12:24 Harvey: “Our ‘For What It’s Worth’ department reads Griff”. Harvey tells the story of a burglar in Germany who was distracted by a toy train set.
15:00 Harvey goes off the air, and a WGN reporter comes on to do the weather, then advertisements: fax machines, Ameritech car phones, hybrid seeds. Then news on moisture in the topsoil from meteorologists, as well as yearly rainfall.
17:45 Truck pulls through tollbooth, then to the side of the road.