Radio: Story Teller

When such competent radio writers as Norman Corwin and Arch Oboler have been allowed to write without sponsors' restrictions, they have sometimes turned out radio plays that were worth hearing. This week another trained radio scripter was given his head. Blind, 42-year-old Hector Chevigny used it better, in some respects, than his better-known predecessors. His formula: "I'm just trying to tell a good story."

In Shower Thy Blessings (the first NBC show of an eight-week summer series of Plays by Ear, Mon. 8 p.m., E.D.T.), Chevigny succeeded. It was a neat little comedy about...

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