Radio: Oscars of the Air

U.S. radio's annual (since 1941) breathless moment arrived last week. The Peabody awards, which are to radio people what Pulitzer Prizes are to journalists and what Oscars are to cinemakers, were announced by the University of Georgia's School of Journalism and the National Association of Broadcasters. The winners:

News Reporter: CBS's Charles Collingwood, for "an understanding of the troublesome situation in North Africa."

Drama: CBS's The Man Behind the Gun (TIME, March 8) and its team of Writer Ranald R. MacDougall and Producer-Director William N. Robson, for intensifying "our appreciation of what the...

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