|Title||:||behind the mike (06) radio sneezing|
|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Hildegarde Halliday describes how she's an excpert sneezer on the air. John J. Anthony reveals the case that gave him "the most terrific shock I ever had on radio." One of his guests admitted that he's planning to kill his lover's husband. Oddities in radio: Len Doyle talks his way out of a speeding ticket by mentioning he's with, "Mr. District Attorney." A salute to, "The RKO Hour" ("The RKO Theatre Of The Air") with Georgie Price and Tom Kennedy. A program from 1930 is recreated...with Jack Benny (imitated by Ward Wilson). Georgie sings his signature, "Bye, Bye Blackbird." Questions from listeners: Joe Ranson (radio editor of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle) answers, What is the oldest commercial program still on the air? What was the earliest theme song on the air? Is Jerry Colonna's character "Yehudi" his own idea? How is a telephone "filter box" used? Haven MacQuarrie (imitated by Ward Wilson) tells, "the strange way in which a radio broadcast affected a member of the studio audience.|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 40-10-20 (06) Radio Sneezing.mp3|
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