|Title||:||weird prospective guest interview|
|Plot||:||+ Blue Network. Scriptwriter Mort Lewis recalls his luncheon appointment with Henry Morgan. George Milnick, head of NBC's Eastern Engineering Division, tells about the importance of the studio engineer. Oddities in radio: a Texas announcer interrupts a talking dog at just the wrong time. A salute to, "The Tune Detective" with Sigmund Spaeth. Letters from listeners are answered by Sid White (of Radio Daily). How could Ward Wilson imitate Roxy Rothafel so well? Why did the radio director heard during a previous broadcast sound so strange? How do networks know how many people are listening to a program? Fred Turner tells about the time he did a broadcast originating from aboard a coast guard cutter, when a real distress signal is received...or so it was thought. Graham describes how "fill music" is used, while the orchestra plays a "fill" tune for this program of "Behind The Mike," which was actually running short.|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 41-01-05 (16) Weird Prospective Guest Interview.mp3|
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