|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Phil Cook tell's why he has the hardest job in radio, hosting the "Radio Almanac." He's on the network an hour a day for 6 days-a-week. The sound effect of the week: how a record of a man speaking slowly (in Spanish) is made to sound like Donald Duck. The rehearsal of a dramatic script: Carlo Di Angelo, director of, "The Wheatena Playhouse," does a run-through of a scene from, "The Citadel." Oddities in radio: an announcer on WBZ forgets the name of the sponsor. A salute to, "Roxy's Gang" ("Roxy and His Gang"). A recreation of the show with Ward Wilson (impersonating Roxy) and members of the cast. Letters from listeners are answered by Albert E. Sonde (? radio editor of "The Newark Evening Call"). How can I become a sound effects man? How can I come to New York and get an acting job in radio? Allie Lowe Miles (of the program "Husbands and Wives") tells the story of a wife who is determined not to be dominated by her husband.|
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