Radio: Chorus Calls

The pedagogical premise of CBS's Adult Education Board is that radio's function as an educator is to stimulate rather than lecture. Two years ago this month CBS began a series called Americans at Work, examining and dramatizing a likely selection of the 31,000 U. S. occupations. To date, Americans at Work (Tuesdays, 10:15 to 10:45 p.m. E. S. T.) has kibitzed sandhogs, dynamiters, firemen, cops, cranberry growers, submariners, teachers, cartoon animators, the U. S. Marines, the Coast Guard ice patrol, test pilots, census takers, even game wardens.

Last week Americans at Work reached the...

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