|Title||:||amusing stories behind radio|
|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Columnist Al Simon tells stories about Arthur Godfrey and radio stations around the country. How sound effects are made. Alma Kitchell tells how radio saved a bad boy from reform school. Oddities in radio: bloopers dramatized from around the country. Sylvia Froos returns to the air. Questions from listeners are answered by Gilbert Martin. Are there any women directors in radio? If comedians have dress rehearsals, why don't some jokes get laughs? How do you make sure your program comes out on time when the program before runs longer than expected? Does John J. Anthony answer letters by mail? Is Ernie Watson the composer of the radio Popeye theme? What happened to Schlepperman? Bill Rapp (editor of "True Story" magazine tells about "script doctors" for soap operas. A "typical" story conference is dramatized.|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 41-05-18 (35) Amusing Stories Behind Radio.mp3|
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