|Title||:||sundown on the veldt|
|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Joseph Marais, host of, "Sundown On The Veldt," tells the story of a native Zulu he met in London; a descendant of Zulu royalty. Oddities in radio: An elevator operator becomes an announcer...with amusing results. Ernest Chappell tells about a program he did in Syracuse...through a telephone switchboard. Bill Stern tells how a football game is broadcast. A salute to "The Maxwell House Showboat." Betty Copley (radio editor of the New York Herald Tribune) answers questions from listeners: How are baseball games broadcast when the announcer is not at the game? Do comedians write their own jokes? Does the national anthem always have to be played until its completion? The story of an appendix operation done by radio!|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 40-10-13 (05) Sundown On The Veldt.mp3|
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