As part of the détente between the United States and the Soviet Union, American president Richard Nixon made an 18-minute address to the Soviet people, which was broadcast on Soviet state television on May 28, 1972. New York Times journalist Hedrick Smith, writing in 1973 (The Russians, p. 605), indicated that this was one of two such public addresses by an American president. (I am not sure when the other address was made or which president gave it. Perhaps Smith was referring to the Soviet broadcast of Nixon's kitchen debate in 1959, though Nixon was not president at the time, and this was a dialogue between Nixon and Khrushchev rather than a direct address to the Soviet people generally.)
Did the Americans ever reciprocate by inviting the Soviet leadership to arrange for a public address to the American people on American television? If so, when did this broadcast (or these broadcasts, if there were more than one) occur, which leader(s) spoke, and are there any recordings available online?