|Title||:||behind the mike (02) warming up a studio audience|
|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Warming up a studio audience: Harry Von Zell tells how it's done. Sidney Anthony (of Stamford, Connecticut) tells what he did with the $1000 he won on, "Pot Of Gold." Jane West, writer of and performer on the soap opera, "The O'Neills," tells a story about one of the program's listeners. Donald Dane, an animal imitator, tells how he impersonated a killer ape on, "The Shadow." Oddities in radio: Doug Storer tells how Bob Ripley planned a Christmas interview a with man whose real name was Santa Claus. E. L. Bragdon (radio editor of The New York Sun) answers questions from listeners: How can a listener can hear "The Aldrich Family" twice in one night? What is ad-libbing? The story behind the story behind the mike: Captain Tim Healy (of "Tim Healy's Stamp Club") tells the story.|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 40-09-22 (02) Warming Up A Studio Audience.mp3|
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