December 9, 1932-March 3, 1933: The Pond's Dance Program. ER appeared as a weekly guest to speak about parenting, family, and the lives of government wives. 

October 24, 1933: A dinner in honor of M. Carey Thomas aired over the radio, in which ER's remarks center on workers' education and the National Recovery Administration. The recording includes remarks by Henry Willits, Thomas, and ER (who is speaking from the White House). 

July 9- September 25, 1934: The Simmons Program. ER hosts a program about current events. 

November 11-December 16, 1934: Americans of Tomorrow. ER hosts a series of radio segments on children and education.

February 15- April 19, 1935: It's a Woman's World. ER hosts a program on women's place in American society and on the role of the First Lady. 

December 3, 1935: At the dedication of "First Houses" in New York City, ER speaks about the importance of low cost housing and the problem of slums. Fiorello LaGuardia and Herbert Lehman also speak. The recording is in two parts. 

April 9, 1937: At the Girl Scout's Silver Jubilee dinner in New York City, ER advises girls to use their knowledge of their communities to expand their leadership and influence. 

April 16, 1937: ER gives a speech from the White House with Admiral Richard Byrd for the Emergency Peace Campaign's "No Foreign Wars Crusade." She emphasizes the importance of staying out of war (forthcoming). 

April 21- July 14, 1937: Talks by Mrs. Roosevelt. ER hosts a program on everything from summer vacations to labor unions and prospects for peace.

August 20, 1937: At a speech to the Young Democrat Clubs of America national convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, ER discusses youth involvement in politics. She is introduced by her son, James Roosevelt. 

October 13, 1939: ER speaks to the Campfire Girls about how youth must prepare for the challenges of tomorrow. After her speech, she receives the Wohelp Award for her work to support America's youth. 

October 23, 1939: Speaking before the 25th national convention of the Girl Scouts of America, ER discusses the importance of girls' futures as homemakers and citizens. 

October 24, 1939: Speaking at the New York Herald Tribune forum, ER promotes humanistic democracy, in which people are taken care of, immigrants are embraced, democracy is strengthened, and life is worthwhile. 

January 28, 1940: ER appears on Gene Autry's Melody Ranch Program to thank those working to fight infantile paralysis (forthcoming). 

February 10, 1940: Speaking from Washington DC, ER addresses the National Youth Administration Symphony Orchestra in New York City.

April 30- July 25, 1940. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's Own Program. ER hosts a 26-episode program on an array of topics. 

June 26, 1940: ER encourages women to take volunteer positions to support national defense (forthcoming).

July 18, 1940: ER's speech to the 1940 Democratic National Convention supporting FDR's choice of Henry Wallace for Vice President. 

Unknown date (1940 or 1941): ER discusses universal military service. She argues for the inclusion of women and non-military service in these programs.

September 27, 1940: ER hosts a broadcast for "Democratic Woman's day" in support of FDR's campaign. Speakers include Edna Ferber, Thornton Wilder, Robert Sherwood, and KAtherine Hepburn (forthcoming).

September 28, 1941- April 5, 1942: Over Our Coffee Cups. ER hosts a program on a variety of subjects, though largely united by the theme of defense mobilization and American involvement in World War II. 

December 7, 1941: In a clip pulled from her Over Our Coffee Cups broadcast from this date, ER advises women to rise above their fears and go about their normal lives. The full broadcast on the attack on Pearl Harbor is available here