Radio: Having Fun with Mother

Trooping into & out of a green-walled Manhattan studio one night last week were a Long Island housewife, a Parisian antique dealer, Actress Gertrude Lawrence, two delinquent boys, a city judge, Critic John Mason Brown, an employment agent, an interior decorator, and Nobel Prizewinning Physicist Robert Millikan. When the last interview was over, four hours later, 66-year-old Eleanor Roosevelt appeared to have as much energy as when she started. She also had, tidily recorded on platters, enough material for at least a week of the 45-minute Eleanor Roosevelt Program (Mon. through Fri., 12:30...

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