Radio: Headliner

_ Most TV shows are reported in the inside pages of U.S. newspapers, if they are reported at all. But not Meet the Press (Sun. 4 p.m., NBC-TV). Its interview this week with Senator J. William Fulbright, airing charges of "illegal influence" exerted on the RFC, made the front page of the New York Times. Three weeks out of four last month, the show captured equal news prominence. The London Times has called Meet the Press "one of the most reliable breeding-grounds of weekend news."

Begun five years ago on radio, the TV version of...

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