Audio has some wierd muffled spots that come and go. Ben Brauer continues as host, in the absence of Graham macNamee.
Phil Cook, man of a thousand voices on radio, tells a slice of his busy schedule. He also writes a full hour program each day. He demonstrates some of his writing and voices in a short Christmas drama. He is proclaimed The hardest working performer on radio.
The sound affect of the week reveals how Donald Duck appeared on radio.
A live rehearsal for a radio drama, The Citadel, is shared. The director explains the scene we are about to hear rehearsed. Enjoy both the acting, and stage direction.
Oddities in Radio. This week focusing on the resourcefulness of radio announcers.
Resurrecting a past program you love, is a salute to Roxies Gang. Several of the original cast reunite to bring this childrens favorite back to the air, playing selections in classical and operetic music.
Letters from Listeners. Today questions are answered by magazine editor, Albert Spawn, and include: How can someone become a sound effects man? What advice can be offered to break into radio acting?
Mrs Miles, advice columnist to the lovelorn, shares some of her more interesting letters. A dramatizations of the marital disagreement is performed. A situation that leads to a threat of murder if the advice is aired on the radio. Did it come to that?