Radio: Bltiz Family Robinson

Blitz Family Robinson

Soap operas, the joy and pain of millions of U.S. radio listeners, have never sudsed up the English air. But for months now, though English ears cannot hear the program (it is short-waved away for all the fest of the world to hear), the august, government-controlled British Broadcasting Corp. has had a soap opera. Its title: Front-Line Family.

Throughout the world thousands have now become accustomed to tuning in Front-Line Family five days a week to check up on the Robinson family. They are Yorkshire-tongued Father Robinson, airplane parts maker; Scots-voiced Mother Robinson, United Services Clubwoman; Son Andy, fighter...

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