|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Ben Grauer substitutes for Graham McNamee, who has gone to California to cover the Rose Bowl. The man with the most unpronounceable name in radio (it's nearly unspellable as well): Yoichi Hiraoka, who performs on the xylophone. Elsie Mae Gordon describes her art as a dramatic coach and demonstrates her dialects. Oddities in radio: announcer's fluff's (recreated). A salute to, "The Mills Brothers." They re-create their program of October 5, 1933. Letters from listeners are answered by Fred Fennis (? editor of Radio Mirror Magazine). How are actor's voices "faded out" during a scene? How do stations on a network receive the same program at the same time? Why doesn't Jack Benny broadcast from New York anymore? For the last year, Cheerio has been writing, "Cheerio's Book Of Days." He tells about a soldier who asks a poem to be read on the air, and what happened in 1919, and reads the poem.|
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