History of World War II era radio drama

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History of World War II era radio drama

Postby Lou » Mon Oct 24, 2005 1:10 pm

Preliminary assessments of "Words at War," a history of World War II era radio drama.

"This may well be the best book on American radio ever written." Paul Buhle, Brown University-author of Popular Culture in America, etc.

"A fascinating story told in a compelling fashion."
Ken Mueller, Radio Curator, The Museum of Television & Radio

"Blue has made an important contribution to an examination of our times in this carefully researched book."
Theodore Bikel, Actor

". . . a much needed contribution to broadcasting history. [Blue’s] discussion of wartime radio is thorough and incisive and his research . . . is impressive."
Christopher Trumbo, Screenwriter

For further information, see www.howardblue.com

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