What's on the Air?

February 1937
New Republic;2/3/37, Vol. 89 Issue 1157, p413
The article provides updates related to political issues in the U.S. in 1937. Details of the birthday celebration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt will be broadcast in various parts of the country through NBC-Blue Network on January 30. Labor member of the British Parliament Ellen C. Wilkinson will share her opinion about U.S. on February 1 on CBS television network. Agriculture Secretary Henry A. Wallace will be heard on the National Farm and Home Hour of NBC-Blue Network on February 2.


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