Radio: London After Dark

Three weeks ago CBS Newschief Paul White and CBS European Director Ed Murrow started arranging by cable and short-wave conference to present from England a show called London After Dark. Working with BBC, Murrow lined up nine commentators, including Vincent Sheean and J. B. Priestley, got them spotted with portable mikes all over Lon don. Last week the program was heard in the U. S. Unexpected was the cooperation of Adolf Hitler, whose bombers flew over London, but dropped no bombs.

First commentator heard on the CBS roundup from England was Ed Murrow. Said he: "This is Trafalgar Square. The noise you...

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