Radio: Hear It Now

Into one hour last week, CBS tried to pack all the news of the previous seven days. Listeners to Hear It Now (Fri. 9 p.m.) heard "drama for the ear" that originated in the trampled snow of North Korea, the drapery-hung walls of Lake Success and on the quarter-deck of the battleship Missouri.

Ballyhooed by CBS as "the biggest project ever undertaken in the field of information," Hear It Now derives from such radio news shows as THE MARCH OF TIME and NBC's Voices and Events; it has frankly borrowed from the techniques of...

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