TV & Radio: Stan, the Man

Radio is the last refuge of the airborne satirist. Television today is inhospitable to funnymen of any sort, and has long since proved that it wants little or no part of such biting comics as the late

Fred Allen, Henry Morgan, Bob and Ray —or a lesser-known funnyman named Stan Freberg.

Though braver than TV, radio still intends to stay friends with convention. In putting on last week's opening Stan Freberg Show (Sun. 7:30-8 p.m., CBS Radio), network executives eased their hypertension by scissoring out topical references to the Gaza Strip (it might offend...

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