Radio: The Wide, Wide World

A good teacher is likely to be a born ham, according to the University of Southern California's Shakespearian expert, Dr. Frank Baxter. Dr. Baxter's diagnosis explains why more and more professors are drifting from their cloistered halls to the glaring arena of television. After his Now and Then show ran for 39 weeks on the CBS network, Professor Baxter became a real celebrity and admits that he has enjoyed every minute of it. He turns up at movie premiéres and Hollywood cocktail parties, gets invited to the Library of Congress to give poetry...

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