|Title||:||the lady from oklahoma|
|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Ida Bailey Allen tells about a telephone call from a listener from Oklahoma. The sound effect of the week: wagon wheels going over a country road. Dorothy Hall tells about amateur radio operators and an adventure she had while on the air. Oddities in radio: announcer fluffs by Ed Herlihy, Jimmy Dorsey, Gilbert Martin, Milton Cross, others. A salute to, "Great Moments In History." A program from February 8, 1927 is recreated. Letters from listeners are answered by Gilbert Martin. Are Leighton Noble and Ray Noble brothers? How was the sound effect of an automobile starting and stopping created? Jimmy Dorsey tells how an orchestra is put together.|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 41-02-09 (21) The Lady From Oklahoma.mp3|
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