|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Katherine Seymour, one of the first script writers in radio (currently scripting "Light Of The World") tells how she got her job at WEAF in 1925. She tells how "Tales From The Arabian Nights" did its first show..and was a disaster. A real audition on the air is conducted by Al Williams and Marjorie Loper, NBC's Dramatic Audition Department. Al Williams loses his place in the script while chatting with Graham. Eighteen-year-old Patricia Bright auditions on the air (she appeared on "The Slapsy Maxie Show" in 1948). Violinist Zeles Smirnov (an NBC studio musician) plays, "Wings Of Song." A salute to, "Harbor Lights." A recreation of one of the programs as written by Burr C. Cook. The show was on NBC 1930 to 1933 and starred Edwin Whitney, the director of, "Behind The Mike.|
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