|Title||:||war news mistakes|
|Plot||:||+Blue Network. Dinah Shore sings, "I Dream Of Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair," and tells about her big fan...a truck driver. The sound effect of the week: from "The Bishop and The Gargoyle," the sound of a beheading by guillotine. An NBC page (Bill Huck) auditions for Pat Kelly, head of the NBC announcing department. Pat decribes the qualifications needed to be an NBC announcer. The next week, it was announced that Bill got a job at WGAC, Augusta, Georgia. A salute to, "Harry Horlick and His A and P Gypsies." Harry Horlick conducts and Graham recreates the show. Letters from listeners are answered by Mel Spiegel (radio editor of The New York Morning Telegram). When was the first transatlantic broadcast made? What was the first coast-to-coast broadcast and when was it? How can a star appear on his own show and another show on another network right afterwards? In June, 1934, Pick and Pat (Molasses and January) appear on, "The Maxwell House Show Boat" right after Pat learns his wife has just died.|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 40-11-24 (11) War News Mistakes.mp3|
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