Radio: Love Letter from London

Critics at home & abroad have called U.S. television everything from pernicious (T. S. Eliot) to abysmal (Robert Hutchins). But last week U.S. TVmen could feel a little chirkier. Back in Britain after a short stay in Manhattan, TV Critic Leonard Mosley of the London Daily Express sat down and wrote them a soothing love letter.

"Beside the best U.S. efforts," wrote Critic Mosley, "our peak programs look as if they were produced by blind men stumbling around on their knees . . . There's fun, smoothness, zest, brashness, talent, originality . . ....

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