Radio: Pilgrim

With Tony ("Are Yuh Listenin'?") Wons absent from radio poetizing, the coziest parlor voice in U. S. radio nowadays is that of Ted (Between the Bookends) Malone, sympathizer, poesy reader, prattler extraordinary. When Ted Malone comes visiting, the average U. S. woman-of-the-house finds herself as politely helpless as when the gadabout from down the street calls. "May I come in?" asks Ted. "I see you are alone. . . . Now I'll just take this rocker here by the radio and chat awhile. . . . What lovely new curtains. . . . Well....

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