Radio: Speaking of the Weather

After Pearl Harbor, radio moaned quietly over its censorship clamps. Last week, after V-E day, there were no particular shouts of. joy when some of the clamps were relaxed. Radio had patriotically toed the line and found, to its surprise, that listeners were not missing much. Now, for better or worse, the customers could again tune in: 1) full weather forecasts; 2) man-in-the-street interviews; 3) record request programs.


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