Radio: Tuesday Night

Night of nights on the radio* (and a nightmare to cinema box offices) is traditionally Sunday. This season another big radio night has popped up to plague cinemen: Tuesday. Of the 45 U. S. weekly radio shows credited with better than average audiences by Cooperative Analysis of Broadcasting for January,† ten were Tuesday-nighters, and three of these—Fibber McGee & Molly, Bob Hope, Pot o' Gold—were among radio'seight leading programs. Other Tuesday-night mainstays: Big Town, Information Please, We, the People, Aldrich Family, Battle of the Sexes, Court of Missing Heirs, Cavalcade of America, Second Husband, Uncle Walter's Doghouse.

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