Radio: Readers

Since most radio programs use prepared scripts, radio performers need nothing so much as the ability to read aloud. But programs like General Foods Corp.'s We, the People, in which the audience participates, run into special script troubles: the program's cross section includes people with poor eyesight, some illiterates. Average for We, the People is one guest a week who cannot see well enough to read an ordinary script. Last week the docket included a man who could not see at all— blind Musician Leonard Burford. For Guest Burford the script was...

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