Ah, Spring in New York, and Fred talks with Jimmy wallington about the signs of green things budding throughout New York. The News of the week presents highlights on the busline strike. Man about town interviews include the topics of: commuters, school kids, tadxi crivers, and more. Kenny Baker sings, It All Comes Back to Me Now.
Al Goodman transitions with a song, Amapola. Portland joins Fred to talk about the latest thing in radio shows, and the romance of Spring. Since Fred isn’t getting onboard with Portland’s romance theme, maybe Kenny will help her out. The Martins sing, A Romantic Guy I.
The round table features: A man from Charlotte NC who is attending a beauty supply convention. An assistant interior decorator. A reserve Army officer who is a writer and advisor for the film, I wanted wings. The question is, Should a barber or hair dreser be so talkative when doing their job? Kenny sings, Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen.
The Texaco workshop Players spoof Tobacco Road. The show had been a Broadway hit, recently released as a film, and today Fred and his players offer the sequel, Nicootine Alley. The players present a slice of the rural life in the tobacco country. Such quaint backwoods customs, family relationships, and outlook on life.