Paul Harvey Archives

The Rest of the Story

The Rest of the Story
Stories Starting With the Letter "D"

The Paul Harvey Unofficial Archives has over 3000 episodes of The Rest of the Story. We don't know if we have every single episode that Paul ever did - but we're sure it's darn close!

These files are in MP3 format that can be easily played with a number of programs such as Windows Media Player, VLC Player, and most portable music devices.

In order to save server space and for easier downloads, these files have been stored in ZIP format compressed files. 

The stories that were hosted by Paul Harvey Jr. are noted with (JR) in the file name. Otherwise they were by Paul Harvey. Those denoted with (HQ) are in High Quality audio.


Download File - Letter (D)

Click on the above link to download the ZIP file for Stories that start with the the letter "D"

Daisy Day (had encephalitis in coma from 1926 to 1943)
Dallas Boushey (Janitor Now Professor)
Dalton, Georgia (home to bedspreads and carpets)
Dan Blocker (Hoss Cartright)
Dan Emmett (northerner who wrote Dixie)
Dan Pastorini (Body armor)(JR)
Daniel Boone (at age 82 traveled west)
Daniel Boone (daughter kidnapped)
Daniel Butterfield (Taps)
Daniel Defoe (Robinson Carusoe and the Pillory)
Daniel Fowler (invented special drinking straw while in prision)
Daniel Hale Williams (first successful open heart surgery, black doctor, 1893)
Daniel Webster (Farm Boy became orator) (1987)
Danny Thomas (wanted fur coat for wife)
Dante's Inferno (Great Love for Beatrice)
Dave Brubeck (cowboy later jazz musician)
Dave Millar (Marlboro Man, hated horses)
Davey Crocket (named for his grandfather)
David Brenner (comedian and parents death)
David Copperfield (wanted the batmobile since he was a kid)
David Dunbar Buick (his death) (1987)
David Dunbar Buick (improved the porcelain bath tub)
David Farragut (12 year old Navy captain) (JR)
David Lean (Quaker kid, housekeeper and movies)
David Marshall Williams (invented M1 gun)
David McConnell (Founded Avon)
David Muir (tracheostomy valve inventor)
David Rice Atchison (President For One Day) (1988)
David Sarnoff (Received messages from Titanic) (JR)
David Williams (M1 Rifle and WW2)
Davy Crockett (The real story)
Dayton Hyde (Wild Mustangs)
D-Day Battle World War II (practice battle failed invasion Apr 1944)
Death on the commode (prisoner electrocuted)
Debbi Fields (Mrs. Fields Cookies) (version 1)
Debbi Fields (Mrs. Fields Cookies) (version 2)
Debbie Reynolds (tomboy and beauty contest)
Debra Winger (accident and out of body experience)
Delphine LaLaurie (Tortured slaves in attic)
Demodex (small creatures on your body)
Denis Watson (Allergic golfer) (JR)
Dennis the Meance (real life son of Hank Ketcham)
Dennis Walters (paralyzed golfer and golf tricks)
Dennis Wychocki (Armless football kicker) (JR)
Dentistry (Over The Years)
Desmond Doss (conscientious objector received Medal of Honor)
Diana Ross (as a kid)
Diana Spencer (The first one)
Dick Randall (animal trapper now conservationist)
Dick Williams (Tennis star, Titanic survivor)
Dietz Edzard (painted his wife)
Dinah Shore (Became a Democrat)
Dinah Shore (Childhood and Polio)
Dinosaur bird dug up (Spain 1996)
Disney World (Operation Compass East)
Dodenau Flag (American flag made from scraps in Germany WW2)
Dog (brings home deer)
Dog cured of cancer (experimental drugs)
Dog Dies In Sleep (ghost visits camps)
Dog that waited in fire (guided blind woman down stairs)
Doggie Spa (Los Angeles, CA)
Dog's Last Supper (before they are euthanized)
Dogs on World War II Subs (served as mascots) (1987)
Dolly Madison (Fill in First Lady for Thomas Jefferson)
Dolly Madison (former slave helped her)
Dolly the Dolphin (formerly served with US Navy)
Dolly the parrot (witnessed house robbery) (1987)
Dolphin (Saved life of boy in Cocos Islands)
Dolphins on beach (woman saved them from dying)
Dom Perignon (Origins of Champange)
Don Budge (Protocol mistake and Queen Mary)
Don Gardner (All I Want for Christmas song origin)
Don King (gun slinger)
Don Rodewald (paraplegic aviator sets record 1984)
Donald Cram (almost won the Nobel Prize)
Don't Worry Be Happy (created by Meher Baba 1925)
Doris Day (Dancer, then singer)
Dorothy Parker (excuse my dust)
Dorsey (Dog who delivered the mail) (1987)
Douglas Bader (Legless RAF Pilot) (version 1)
Douglas Bader (Legless RAF Pilot) (version 2)
Douglas Corrigan (Wrong Way) (JR)
Douglas MacArthur (defended Billy Mitchell in court-martial)
Douglas MacArthur (Veracruz expedition 1914)
Douglas McArthur (vomited on White House steps)
Dow Chemical Company (loan saved company 1889)
Dox the Dog (best detective in Italy) (JR)
Dr. Pepper (how it was started)
Dresden, Germany (Bombing in WWII)
Drowning child (saved by mom in wheelchair)
Drug abuse (in the 1800s) (HQ)
Drug Abuse (University of Pennsylvania 1910)
Drug Deal (Accidently gave out details to Police)
Druid Hill (Stone circle in Massachusetts)
Dudley Herschbach (Nobel prize for chemistry but hated it originally)
Dudley Moore (Club foot)
Duke Ellington (real name Ed Kennedy, received Medal of Freedom)
Dummy Hoy (baseball player deaf-mute)
Dwight Eisenhower (almost died from blood poisoning as kid 1905)
Dwight Eisenhower (asked King George to prevent Churchill from seeing D-Day)
Dwight Eisenhower (halts WWIII)
Dwight Eisenhower (his brother Arthur and Harry Truman)
Dwight Eisenhower (lost in St. Louis at night at age 15)
Dwight Eisenhower (master chef and tailor) (HQ)
Dwight Eisenhower (stopped synthetic oil project 1953) (HQ)
Dwight Eisenhower (student pilot and bag of sand)
Dwight Eisenhower (the pest and future wife Mary)
Dwight Eisenhower (WW1 Convoy led to modern Interstates) (1987)
Dying mothers (prevented by doctors washing hands)