Don't touch that dial!: Radio programming in American life, 1920-1960

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Nelson-Hall, 1979 - Performing Arts - 412 pages
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A history of radio and its most famous shows and performers provides insights into twentieth-century popular culture and illuminates the important role of broadcasting in American life

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Contents

The Great EscapeThe Story of Radio Comedy
91
Detective Programming
155
From Shootemups to Realism
195
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