Radio: Breakfast, of Sorts

The Blue Network, which has no soap operas, has found an answer to its rivals' sudsy successes. It is a program called Breakfast at Sardi's (11-11:30 a.m., E.W.T., 8-8:30 a.m., P.W.T.), which has more listeners (estimate: 3,000,000) than most soap operas. It is predicated on the theory that nearly everybody lusts for notoriety.

Every morning but Sunday at 7:30 some 400 women and a sprinkling of men crowd into Sardi's Hollywood restaurant. Some are local folks; others are from all over the Pacific Coast. Many are just off the train from Keokuk and points...

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