Radio Drama in Action: Twenty-Five Plays of a Changing World

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Radio Drama in Action

TWENTY-FIVE PLAYS OF A CHANGING WORLD

EDITED BY
Erik Barnouw
Instructor, Radio Writing, Columbia University
Formerly Assistant Manager, Script Division
National Broadcasting Company

RINEHART & COMPANY, INC. NEW YORK TORONTO

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents xi
  • COLUMBUS DAY 1
  • WILL THIS EARTH HOLD? 17
  • THE BATTLE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO 31
  • MISTER LEDFORD AND THE TVA 47
  • OPEN LETTER ON RACE HATRED 59
  • BRETTON WOODS 79
  • THE LAST DAY OF THE WAR 91
  • A CHILD IS BORN 111
  • THE HALLS OF CONGRESS 135
  • RADIOMAN JACK COOPER 155
  • CONCERNING THE RED ARMY 165
  • INSIDE A KID'S HEAD 181
  • LONDON BY CLIPPER 203
  • JAPANESE-AMERICANS 221
  • THE LONESOME TRAIN 239
  • THE "BOISE" 251
  • GRANDPA AND THE STATUE 267
  • BOOKER T. WASHINGTON IN ATLANTA 283
  • NORTH ATLANTIC TESTAMENT 295
  • TYPHUS 317
  • PACIFIC TASK FORCE 335
  • AGAINST THE STORM 345
  • THE NEGRO DOMESTIC 353
  • JAPAN'S ADVANCE BASE: THE BONIN ISLANDS 369
  • THE HOUSE I LIVE IN 385
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