Radio: Play Maestro!

To celebrate its 20th year on the air, Don McNeill's Breakfast Club (weekdays 9 a.m., ABC, E.D.T.) this week broke a hard & fast rule by giving its studio audience something to eat. The reason: the anniversary radio show was being televised for the first time, and literal-minded TVmen felt that Breakfast Club guests should be shown eating breakfast.

35,000 Hoosiers. Gangling (6 ft. 2 in.) Don McNeill made no protest, though he has long flourished on the theory that he need give his fans nothing: no door prizes, no cash awards, no washing machines. The one time he violated the rule...

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