Catherine Seymore may be young, but she’s a pioneer in script writing. She tells a little of how she got started. She and Graham swap stories of their early days wearing more than one hat in radio production. Mishaps in poor engineering, and more.
Before a real audition of an aspiring radio actress is set up, the question of what’s involved in breaking into radio is addressed. The qualifications of today’s actress is shared, then she reads for the studio audience and producers. Patricia Bright shows her stuff with dramatic, dialects, and comedic acting.
Graham intrduces some of the orchestra members. Learn the qualifications of what it takes to play in a band on the radio. Get a demonstration of the range, from classical to the wild of the band’s violinist.
Saluting a program you love, Harbor Lights is created again. Captain Jimmy Norton and his crew set sail for adventure and drama on the ferry boat. Wow, who knew ferry boat sailors were as ruthless as a bunch of cut throat pirates? And just as piratey sounding. OK, it’s just the stories the captain tells to his passengers, not the actual crewmen.