Paul Harvey Archives

The Rest of the Story



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

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 (F)

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

F-19 Stealth Bomber (invisible to Radar)
Fairy Lynd (Microbiologist with only high school degree)
Fake Army (Fooled the Germans in WW2) (Part 1) (NOISY)
Fake Army (Fooled the Germans in WW2) (Part 2)
Fake Kingdom in Arizona (American claimed to be Spanish Monarch)
Fake Kingdom in Arizona (American claimed to be Spanish Monarch) (JR)
Falcon Crest (orphaned dogs)
Falkland Islands (Paradise Lost)
Fall of Roman Empire (Lead poisoning) (Part 1)
Fall of Roman Empire (Lead poisoning) (Part 2)
Father and Son (Encouraged each other to be lawyers)
Father finds daughter (many years after she was adopted)
Father Knows Best (Cast members and troubles)
Father's Day (honoring Bill Smart)
Federal Express (Origin)
Felix Firehouse dog (Chicago hero loved to death) (JR) (HQ)
Felix Mendelssohn (redisovered Bach song)
Ferris Wheel (265 foot monstrosity)
Ferris Wheel (first one built 1893)
Fidel Castro (at age 13 requested $10 from FDR)
Fidel Castro (Saved priest's live at age 16)
Fidel Castro (tried out with Washington Senators baseball team)
Finders Keepers (if you catch a baseball you can keep it 1922)
Fingerprint (first 1892 Argentina)
Fingerprint (first use in America 1903)
Fireman To Be (letter lost in the mail) (NO BEGINNING OR ENDING)
Firestone, Ford, Edison (camping trips)
First Eleven Presidents (Before George Washington)
First Eleven Presidents (during Articles of the Confederation)
First High Heels (for short French queen)
First Korean War (Indians)
First Photograph (Only one person)
First Strike in USA (Polish glassmen at Jamestown 1608) (Version 1)
First Strike in USA (Polish glassmen at Jamestown 1615) (Version 2)
First Trans-Pacific Flight (1931 with removable landing gear)
Flight 232 air crash 1989 (divine intervention)
Floating Church (flood moved church Swan Quarter, NC) (1987)
Florence Nightingale (hypochondriac) (1987)
Florence Seibert (handicapped medical researcher)
Florenz Ziegfeld (Outshot Annie Oakley at Buffalo Bill show)
Floyd Collins (Cave Wars)
Floyd Collins (Dead Caveman Kidnapped)
Floyd Starr (original Boys Town in Michigan)
Fluoride (Fred McKay's malady)
Flyswatter (invented to combat typhoid fever)
Foley Square (originally was a lake in Manhattan)
Food Tasting (Purina pet foods)
Football (forward pass first)
Football (kicking a skull) (HQ)
Football (most lopsided game)
Football (Start of huddle)
Football Huddle (origin)
Football War (Honduras and El Salvador dispute over soccer game 1969)
Footware War (Gettysburg)
Forbidden Island (Hawaiian Island)
Ford Model T (Antique SUV) (JR)
Ford was a Cadillac (and Cadillac was a Ford)
Forged books at Wren Library (J button hook 1934)
Forged books at Wren Library (J button hook 1934) (JR)
Former banker (now bank robber)
Fort Sheridan (Bought for $10 now worth $200 Million)
Fort Sumpter (first Civil War battle no one killed) (1987)
Fort Sumpter (Student was over teacher)
Fox (Survival Story)
Frances Cabrini (Wanted to be a nun)
Frances Willard (bicycle named Gladys) (1987)
Francis Andre (Faith healer and silver dollars)
Francis Bacon (Chicken Stuffed With Snow as science experiment)
Francis Bellamy (Pledge of Allegiance)
Francis Burdett (Blind Man Builds house at 65 years old) (1994)
Francis Ford Coppola (Tucker car) (1988)
Francis Hopkinson (not paid for design of US flag due to government Red Tape)
Francis Pharcellus Church (Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus)
Francis Possenti (St. Gabriel and shootout 1859)
Francis Scott Key (lawyer and poetry)
Francis Scott Key (Lines on egg shells)
Franco Zeffirelli (illegitimate against abortion)
Frank Buck (almost a criminal)
Frank Buck (Naturalist)
Frank Hinkey (football player dying of tuberculosis) (1987)
Frank Hinkey (Yale football star suffered from tuberculosis) (1986)
Frank Lary (Imposter used his name) (NOISY)
Frank Lloyd Wright (father of skyscrapers)
Frank Lloyd Wright (house fire and secrets)
Frank Lloyd Wright (mother encouraged him into architecture)
Frank Sinatra (13 one-half pound baby and stillborn)
Frank Sinatra (13 one-half pound baby and stillborn) (JR)
Frank Sinatra (Scarface)
Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Irving Berlin and Noel Coward (all related)
Frank Woolworth (Failures then success)
Franklin Pierce (First Night In White House alone)
Franklin Pierce (his wife Jane and train crash on way to White House)
Franklin Pierce (his wife)
Franklin Pierce (in school)
Franklin Roosevelt (best friends with Herbert Hoover) (1988)
Franklin Roosevelt (his grandfather)
Franklin Roosevelt (Polio)
Franklin Roosevelt (Related to 10 presidents)
Franklin Roosevelt (Super Race)
Franz List (attracted teenagers in 1840)
Franz List (gun powder accident at age 7)
Franz Mesmer (mesmerized and animal magnetism)
Frasier the lion (new lease on life and Father of the Year 1971)
Fred Astaire (as a 6 year old and sister)
Fred Astaire (songwriter and singer)
Fred Astaire and George Gershwin (Song Plugging)
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers (Embracable You)
Fred Duesenberg (car designer)
Fred Forsyth (Staged coup for a book) (JR)
Fred Rogers (his childhood and Mr. Rogers Neighborhood)
Fred Tudor (ice man to the world)
Frederic Auguste Bartholdi (Statue of Liberty) (1987)
Frederic Church (Painting Icebergs at Rose Hill sold for $2.5 Million)
Frederic Tudor (ice man to the world)
Frederick Douglas (Slave and Grandma)
Frederick William I (recruited soldiers) (NOISY)
Frederick, Maryland (Bribed Confederates not to attack) (JR)
French race horse won (without leaving stable)
Friedrich Hecker (almost lynched minster during Civil War)
Friedrich von Steuben (Not a real Persian General) (1988)
Frisbee (invention)
Frisbee (invention) (JR)
Fritz Kreisler (violinist)
Front Mirror on school bus (invention)
Front Porch (invented by slaves)
Fuel barge prototype (sunk in Chicago river 1942 when nobody wanted it)
Fur Coat Story and Kittens (invention of fake fur)