Radio: The Week in Review

Except for the elections (see above), last week was most notable for three returning shows and an off-screen squabble. Du Mont's second-highest rated program, Life Is Worth Living (the first: professional football), again featured Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, resplendent in his ecclesiastical robes and as pontific in gesture and incisive in speech as before. There were some additions: 1) a new set, giving the appearance of a paneled, tile-floored room, 2) a new statue of the Virgin Mary that was conceived and commissioned by the bishop and introduced as "Our Lady of Television," 3) a new blackboard gimmick, which, instead of...

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